Up to 40 % cashback for the purchase of Dymo® branded products.
Cashback offer available to residents of UK from September 15th until November 30th 2014 for the purchase of any Dymo® branded products as defined below. Purchases must be made through a qualifying retailer/store registered in UK:
Total Value of DYMO products* with cashback
£ 50 to £99,99 – 20 % Cashback
£100 to £500 – 40 % Cashback
*Offer is made depending on the total value of the purchase. For consumer, this means value, VAT included. For professional end-users / companies, this means the value of the purchase without VAT. Participant should at least purchase one machine to participate. Dymo bundles with a machine included inside (could be PnP bundle, LW450 bundle, R5200 bundle) are included into the promotion as machines. Only one claim per person / company, so make it a big one!
Currently the offer is running in selected qualifying stores only, so far we’ve found it at:
For full details, terms & conditions and actually claiming the cashback you need to visit the DymoTime Website.
Dymo have done a 2nd production run of the Rhino 4200 promotional kit. They first produced a limited quantity of this promotional package back in 2013, which ran until stocks ran out. Now they have produced another limited quantity, which again will last until stocks run out (until maybe the same time next year!).
Usually the 4200 is only available on it’s own, with no accessories. But the promotion version includes a padded canvas style case, with the printer, a rechargeable battery pack, AC adapter/Charger and 18444 (12mm white vinyl) tape – all for the same price!
The printer is available from selected Dymo Rhino Resellers such as:
Just make sure when comparing prices that you are looking at the promotional pack, not the single printer, and this is a ‘free upgrade to kit’ offer (ie. all the extras are free) so make sure the resellers aren’t selling this at a higher cost to the standard boxed version!
Brother is soon to launch the TP-M5000N tape printer. But unlike regular Dymo and Brother “tape” printers that print continuous label tape to be used as labels, the TPM5000N is printing… well, I guess the best way to describe it is like selotape or packing tape.
The idea seems to be that a reseller would take the blank tape and the ribbon cartridge and print customised tape, to then be sold on to end users. For example, customers could request packing tape with their company logo on as a branding exercise, or packing tape with warnings or other messages on. There are various colours and widths of tape, and various colours of ribbon cartridges, this means they can be combined to give a 2 colour tape.
Another likely market would be a retailer, like a gift shop, that could buy one to print their own tapes such as ‘Happy Birthday’ that could be used to wrap presents etc. Of course there are plenty of pre-printed tapes that already say “Happy Birthday” or “Happy Anniversary” and so on, and these will almost certainly be cheaper than printing their own. But the difference here is that an end customer could walk in to the gift shop and order tape that says “Happy 40th Birthday Bob”, the shop would then print a roll of tape in the customers choice of colours and the customer then has a highly personalised roll of tape.
The one noticable thing about this printer though is the size – it’s huge. When you see a picture it looks like the size of a Dymo LabelWriter or Brother QL printer, that is until you see it against something else for scale and then you realise how big it is.
We have no information on costs yet, but we expect it’s not going to be cheap. Also, no news yet on an exact launch date, but we’re expecting a UK launch in Q4 2014. More news to follow!
Dymo have done a limited production run of the LabelWriter 450 bundled with 3 boxes of labels – and the price is lower than the price of the LabelWriter 450 just on it’s own.
Dymo have labelled the boxes as “FREE Printer inside”, their theory being that you are buying the labels and getting a free printer. However, this is based on their RRP’s for the labels, and in the real world nobody sells the labels at those prices so the figures do not add up. But despite their confusing box design it is still a very good deal, much better than buying the regular machine, and the best Labelwriter deal you’re going to get any time soon.
Stocks are limited, so the offer is “while stocks last”, and you can buy them from Dymo Express.
You can download the new Windows 8 driver for Dymo’s ranges of labelwriter printers here:
Label Software v.8.4.1 supports the following printer models:
LW450, 450 Turbo, 450 Twin Turbo, 450 Duo, 4XL, SE450
LW400, 400 Turbo, Duo, Twin Turbo
LW310 (models 90966, 93029 & 93034 ONLY)
LW315 (model 90975 ONLY)
LW320 (models 90892, 93031 & 93036 ONLY)
LW330 (model 90891 & 93037 USB ONLY)
LW330 Turbo (models 90884, 93033 & 93038, USB ONLY)
Any unlisted models are not supported in Windows 8.
Dymo Label Printers are offering £50 off the Dymo Cardscan Executive business card scanner. Just add the cardscan to your basket then enter the coupon code ‘executive’ into the coupon box and press ‘update’. We don’t know how long this is valid for so don’t hang around.
You can find more information on the cardscan here, including all of the product info and the promotional video showing how it works.
The software and drivers for the new Mac OS 10.7 “Lion” is now available for download from the Dymo Label Printer website. This is the link to the driver download page:
Dymo have now released 99010 Jumbo Rolls, which have a whopping 1050 labels per roll – and are supplied in a box of 2 rolls – so that’s 2,100 labels per box! Compare that to the standard 99010 labels which have 2 rolls of 130 labels per box (260/box).
The good news is these are priced around £26.99/box vs approx £7.41/box for the 99010’s. That gives a per label cost of 1.3p/label vs 2.9p/label – less than half the price…
The only downside is that these High Yield “Jumbo Rolls” only fit the Labelwriter 4XL extra wide printer, not the LW450, Turbo, Twin or DUO. That’s is because in order to squeeze as many labels onto the rolls as possible the labels have been put in landscape orientation (ie. sideways), and therefore the roll is too wide to fit the standard printers.
One more thing, you will need to update your Dymo Label Software (if you use it) to the latest version so it can recognise the new label.
The new rolls have the p/n S0947410 and are limited to a small number of suppliers only.
When you buy 12 packs of 99012 large address labels from Dymo and use the coupon code LW450FREE on the website you will get a Dymo LabelWriter 450 absolutely FREE. And you’ll get it with your order (ie. no need to register for a claim and send off ‘proof of posting’ and all that nonsense).
To get the free Label Writer follow these instructions:
- Add the 12 (or more) 99012 labels to your basket
- Enter the code LW450FREE in the coupon code box on the basket page (press ‘update’)
- A message will appear saying “Get a LabelWriter 450 free by adding it to the cart”
- Click on the link in the message
- The labelwriter will be added to the basket, and you will not be charged for it.
- Proceed with your order
Wow, custom Dymo labels – how long have we been waiting for these? Seems like years. No wait, it has been years. But better late than never…
Finally, within a couple of months, we should be able to get genuine Dymo Labelwriter labels with full colour pre-printing. Want your company logo on your labels? In full Colour? Maybe even a custom size label?
It should all be possible soon – though at a cost. There’ll be a fee for setting up the template (which can be reused if you order again), and the labels will obviously cost more than blank ones. If you want a custom size of label – something that’s not been possible with the labelwriter printers previously – then there will be an initial one-off tooling cost for the thingamybob that cuts the labels.
It’s also anticipated that the lead time will be 2 months initially. If you have any interest in these send an email to the helpful folks at Dymo Label Printers.