Crazy Dave’s is currently selling dymo 99012 labelwriter labels for £9.99/ea or £8.99/ea if you take a box of 48 or more. While historically that’s quite expensive there have been several price hikes from Dymo in the last couple of years, so this is now the cheapest we can find anywhere.
A few retailers have started offering a BOGOF deal on the RhinoPRO 5200 & 6000 kits, which seems like a pretty good deal at first glance.
However, at the prices they are being advertised at it’s currently cheaper to buy them on the previous ‘free upgrade to kit’ promo that this one replaces. There is also the additional benefit of only needing to buy one – buy one get one free is all very well if you need two or more, but many customers are independent electricians, gas fitters, AV… Continue reading
This is a crazy promotion – Buy the Dymo print server for £79 and get a labelwriter 450 (RRP £79.99, internet price approx £60) for FREE!
So if you want an LW450 printer, and you want to share it between other PCs, then this is the ideal solution.
Working off internet prices (the cost savings are even greater compared to more expensive channels) a Label Writer will set you back about £60 (ex vat) and a print server costs a whopping £70-80. So the total cost for a networked LW450… Continue reading
The recent “LW450 with free M2 scales” must have proved popular as Dymo Label Printers are now running a similar promotion on the LabeWriter TWIN, but this time with the USB attached M5 Postal Scales (5kg).
A special offers go this is a pretty simple one. Just buy the Twin from the website here, and you’ll receive the Twin and the M5 scales. No need for claim forms, or codes or any of that nonsense.
If you just want the Dymo Twin but have no use for the scales,… Continue reading
It seems every year or so this offer gets rolled out for a month or two, and 2012 is no exception.
The RhinoPro 6000 label maker is now available with the “free upgrade to kit” offer, and can be purchased here: http://www.rhinopro.co.uk/RhinoPRO-6000-upgrade.html
For those not familiar with the offer, you can basically buy the expensive kit version (which includes the printer, a hard carry case, 2 tapes, Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack, charger/mains adapter, usb cable and Rhino Connect software) for the price of the standard model (ie. the printer and… Continue reading