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DYMO D1 Labels D1 Standard 12mm x 7m 12 x 7,000 mm Black / White

Viking Number Q22-45013T

Keep track of your bits 'n' pieces

Make the most of your label machine and treat it to this 12mmX7m black on white DYMO tape.

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£11.49
Each
(£13.79 incl. VAT)

Description

Keep track of your bits 'n' pieces

FAST AND NEAT. Just insert tape into any compatible labelmaker. It’s that simple!

EASY TO READ. You’ll have attractive, high-gloss, colourful labels with messages that stand out.

STICKS TO ANY SMOOTH SURFACE. Pressure-sensitive adhesive backing sticks on just about any surface — even curved or round objects.

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Specifications

Viking Number Q22-45013T 
Adhesive Yes 
Dimensions H x W x D mm 12 mm X 7 m 
Finish Glossy 
Label background White 
Manufacturer Part No 5.41E+17 
Material plastic 
Print Colour Black 
Product Type D1 Labels 
Recycled No 
Suitable For LM100, LM120P, LM150, LMPC2, LM200, LM210D, LM220P, LM300, LM350, LM400, LM260P, LM360D, LM420P, LM450, LP350, LP100, LP150, LP200, LP250, LP300, PnP, LW400/450 Duo, 1000, 1000 Plus, 2000, 3500, 5000, 5500 
Tape Width 12 mm 
Unit Roll 
Brand Dymo 
EAN 5411313450133 
DYMO D1 Labels D1 Standard 12mm x 7m 12 x 7000 mm Black White
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Reviews

Dymo S0720530 12mm Black On White D1 Tape reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Value for money
7.3
Overall rating
8.4
Scores 8.4 out of 10 based on 11 reviews
9 out of 10

Andy

Thames Ditton GB Sports professional
+
Produces very good looking labels
Glue could be longer lasting
Confirmed purchase: 06 July 2015
Published on: 25 July 2015
10 out of 10

Allen

Hampshire GB
+
It does what it says on the tin!!!
Bit expensive!!
Confirmed purchase: 13 March 2015
Published on: 02 April 2015
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