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Niceday Franking Labels 38 x 140mm 1000 Labels Per Box

Viking Number Q23-ND180804

Top value postal franking labels for large items

Designed perfectly for use on items too large for your franking machine. Sharp print quality and a strong and secure adhesive. Grabbed easily from the convenient dispenser box

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£22.99
Box
(£27.59 incl. VAT)
Qty.
ex VAT
incl. VAT

1-2
£22.99
£27.59

3-4
£21.99
£26.39

5+
£21.49
£25.79


Description

Top value postal franking labels for large items

Specifically designed franking labels, perfect for printing and attaching to items too large to pass through a franking machine.

Great value franking labels for everyday use.

Strong adhesive labels packed in a handy dispenser box.

Sharp print quality

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Specifications

Viking Number Q23-ND180804 
Adhesive Yes 
Basic Product Colour White 
Brand niceday 
Dimensions H x W x D mm 38 X 140 mm 
Labels per Pack 1000 Labels per pack 
Labels per Sheet 1000 Labels per sheet 
Manufacturer Part No 2211776 
Product Type Franking Labels 
Qty per Unit 1000 
Unit Box 
Colour White 
EAN 8717868101351 
Niceday Franking Labels 38 x 140mm 1000 Labels Per Box
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Reviews

Niceday Franking Labels 38 x 140mm 1000 Labels Per Box reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Value for money
7.9
Overall rating
7.9
Scores 7.9 out of 10 based on 10 reviews
10 out of 10

Fiona

Hatfield GB Commercial Customer
+
Decent quality and price
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 12 June 2015
Published on: 02 July 2015
5 out of 10

Colin

Crawley GB
+
Cheaper than Pitney Bowes labels.
Paper used for the labels is too shiny, when the postage franking mark is printed it takes too long to dry. On first use I printed a £5+ Australian label and without realising that it hadn't dried instantly as the Pitney Bowes labels used previously had I applied it to the package and it smudged it so badly it was illegible and had to print another one thereby wasting £5.60. Whoever thought it was a good idea to use shiny paper on these labels obviously doesn't use a franking machine.
Confirmed purchase: 25 March 2015
Published on: 19 April 2015
9 out of 10

Elizabeth

Runcorn GB
+
Good labels, value for money, smaller than some, but still perfectly fine for franking machine.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 12 January 2015
Published on: 04 February 2015
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