For the past few months Lowe's has had this on clearance. Normally $10, now around $1 in many stores. Lowe's sells very few of these, so if the price is high near you simply keeping checking it'll keep going lower. Labelers are usually cheap, its the tape refills that cost a lot. So you could buy a bunch of these refills and get the labeler that does with this.
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Saphira2021 said: interesting that my closest store has inventory on Brickseek but here it is not even listed? not on clearance or????? All inventory systems are hit & miss ESPECIALLY the store's own system Did you check the Lowes link?
Lowe's sells this Dymo label maker for $33, but its $15 on Amazon. The description says it takes 1/2 tape, so I'm guessing this would work? At some Lowe's stores i have seen this next to this tape refills, however at other Lowe's stores they only have the tape refills, which makes no sense. Maybe thats why theyre getting rid of it.
Red55 said: Saphira2021 said: interesting that my closest store has inventory on Brickseek but here it is not even listed? not on clearance or????? All inventory systems are hit & miss ESPECIALLY the store's own system Did you check the Lowes link? Thank you for that link. now i know is it 5.59 at my store. i will be watching. thanks OP
Slick29832 said: Lowe's sells this Dymo label maker for $33, but its $15 on Amazon. The description says it takes 1/2 tape, so I'm guessing this would work? At some Lowe's stores i have seen this next to this tape refills, however at other Lowe's stores they only have the tape refills, which makes no sense. Maybe thats why theyre getting rid of it.
Thanks OP. Picked up one of those handheld label makers (DYMO LabelManager 160) for $10 at OD a couple weeks ago. It uses a D1 cartridge, which I think is the one you priced out. $6 and change at my local Lowes sure beats $25+ at OD. Green to you, sir.
Chinese eBay knockoffs are half the price of Dymo and work nearly as well. The one I ordered does have a pearl white sheen rather than plain glossy like Dymo. And the black print is maybe not as black but very close. I keep some Dymo Handy for the uber precise projects, but never really use it because I didn't need to.
This is Dymo RhinoPRO model 18483. Goes for $10.53 on Amazon.
Reviews say that it does NOT fit in the Letra Tag printer. You'd need a RhinoPro printer.
I just want to reiterate this for the more recent posters thinking that it will work with the cheaper Dymo 160... it will not, nor will it fit in Dymo LetraTag printers. This is for the industrial/professional series of label makers.
This deal is still live! Just went to 10 cents near me. In case anyone is curious, Lowes is replacing this with something that is basically identical, just has new packaging. Attached is the picture of the new item - $15.98! 10 cents sure beats $15.98.
I will update my original post with an updated inventory!
I was able to score a number of these clearance labels on a hope it would work on my older label manager 200. While the label manager 200 did not specify that 1/2" labels would be compatible nor did the supported machine's the labels reference include it, it did fit and worked just fine. Unfortunately the display was next to unreadale on this rather old machine. I took a gamble on the $10 Staples dymo 160 labeler, it uses d1 labels, hoping for compatibility. Much to my liking it works and fit correctly. I have only tested a few lables but it printed both single and 2 lines with the inexpensive 160 labeler.
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