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DYMO Embossing Label Maker with 3 DYMO Label Tapes | Amazon - $11.59

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Great deal on an embossing label maker…includes 3 free tapes as well. Just picked one up to help on my "organizational" goals for '22.

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Wow they still make these…..
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Some people, especially those with poor vision, may like these so they can read the label with their hands.
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3 C's says the average is $9.99 with an occasional drop to $9 or $8.50 in the last couple of years, so if you're just impulse buying, skip it Smilie
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Wow they still make these…..
You don't see them much, seems most have moved to thermal printers. I found an old one in a file cabinet at work and two rolls of tape - labled everything. Friend's cars, bottles of beer "Ryan's Beer", they make okay bracelets but pull out a person's hair. Smilie
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Didn't know these will still being made.

just the other day I happen to watch back to the future, all the gauges inside the Delorean are labeled with a dymo :-p
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1987 called and wants their label maker back.

Features to include but not exclude:
-Labels will quickly start curling away from the surface you applied it to, loosing all tackiness and falling off within a week. You will use scotch tape to reattach....don't pretend you won't.
-Letter impressions will be uneven and sometimes unreadable
-Somehow you'll always miss the letter you were aiming for and get two half impressions of the letter and an adjacent letter.
-Cracking in label tape when exposed to sun, shade, air, vacuum, moisture, lack of moisture, standing air, breezy air, bad music, good music, or in the general presence of gravity.
-Cuts underneath fingernails when trying to remove backing. Think Chinese bamboo torture without ever being captured by the Chinese or having information worth extracting.

All jokes aside, I didn't think these things were made anymore and are nice that it requires no batteries. My label maker costs me 6 AAA batteries every time we use it because of the memory feature quickly drains the batteries when not in use. Yes I could remove the batteries after using....stop judging me.
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Quote from WooHoo2You :
1987 called and wants their label maker back.

Features to include but not exclude:
-Labels will quickly start curling away from the surface you applied it to, loosing all tackiness and falling off within a week. You will use scotch tape to reattach....don't pretend you won't.
-Letter impressions will be uneven and sometimes unreadable
-Somehow you'll always miss the letter you were aiming for and get two half impressions of the letter and an adjacent letter.
-Cracking in label tape when exposed to sun, shade, air, vacuum, moisture, lack of moisture, standing air, breezy air, bad music, good music, or in the general presence of gravity.
-Cuts underneath fingernails when trying to remove backing. Think Chinese bamboo torture without ever being captured by the Chinese or having information worth extracting.

All jokes aside, I didn't think these things were made anymore and are nice that it requires no batteries. My label maker costs me 6 AAA batteries every time we use it because of the memory feature quickly drains the batteries when not in use. Yes we could remove the batteries after using....stop judging me.
I also had a similar label maker back in the 80's as a kid. This is all true. Perhaps the adhesive has gotten better in the last 30 years.
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What class of ship is this supposed to be? I'm used to galaxy class models. is this one licensed?
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Almost bought one for nostalgia, but there's an Amazon comment showing the difference in quality between this and an old rotex 880, I think if I wanted something really nice I'd find a rotex.
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Have you people seriously not taken a step into a Staples in the last 20 years? They've always sold these. My local Dollar Tree has one too in the crafts section. I'll see if I can buy one and report back on it's quality.

found a youtube vid:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dZTft_G8A4
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Hawkeye used this!
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
My local Dollar Tree has one too in the crafts section. I'll see if I can buy one and report back on it's quality.
I actually saw one today at the Dollar Tree but could not tell if it came with tape or not. Do you know if it does?
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All jokes aside, I didn't think these things were made anymore and are nice that it requires no batteries. My label maker costs me 6 AAA batteries every time we use it because of the memory feature quickly drains the batteries when not in use. Yes I could remove the batteries after using....stop judging me.
I had the same issue and picked up a "universal" DC power adapter for mine. Not as portable, but I was always printing labels at my desk anyways.
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Wow they still make these…..
I'm suddenly overcome by Deja Vu and a wave of nostalgia...
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