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Avery Inkjet Addressing Labels (J8160-25)

Viking Number Q22-J8160-25

Easy to peel, quick-drying address labels.

Unique QuickPEEL system ensures fast application. Smudge-free addresses remain sharp, and clear labels almost disappear into the background. Template software free to download at

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Easy to peel, quick-drying address labels.

QuickDRY™ technology for smudge free printing.

Ink dries instantly on these labels for inkjet printers.

Guaranteed smudge free text for postal services and recipients to read.

Outstanding print quality with vivid colours and sharp text.

Free Download Avery Software

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Viking Number J8160-25 
Adhesive Yes 
Colour White 
Dimensions H x W x D mm 38.1 X 63.5 mm 
Finish Inkjet Coated 
Label background White 
Labels per Pack 525 Labels per pack 
Manufacturer Part No J8160-25.FR 
Material Paper 
Product Type Inkjet Addressing Labels 
Size A4+ 
Suitable For Inkjet 
Unit Box 
Warranty Manufacturer Avery 
Brand Avery 
EAN 3266550129197 
Labels per Sheet 21 Labels per sheet 
Avery Inkjet Addressing Labels J8160 25
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Avery Inkjet Addressing Labels (J8160-25) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Overall rating
Scores 8.9 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
10 out of 10


Wales GB
does not smudge using an inkjet printer. Clear words and easy to peel and stick
wasted a couple of pages trying to use Microsoft template to fit words on. Not as simple as choosing the correct template and off you go!
Confirmed purchase: 26 August 2015
Published on: 15 November 2015
10 out of 10


South GB Security Products now focused
Uncomplicated simple to use.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 10 October 2014
Published on: 27 October 2014
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