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Best Shipping Labels 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]Last Updated December 1, 2018
Best Shipping Labels of 2018
So this is not only going to give you an insight to the best shipping labels of the 2018 but also those which are user friendly and easy to work with. The table below summarizes features, and below you’ll find more detailed reviews of each good.
Now, let’s get to the gist of the matter: which are the best shipping labels for the money? You must have heard that the best shipping labels should allow you to save money, right? Sure, but that’s not the only reason you should consider getting one.
Test Results and Ratings
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Why did this shipping labels win the first place?
I really enjoy the design. It is compact, comfortable and reliable. And it looks amazing! I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch! I don’t know anything about other models from this brand, but I am fully satisfied with this product. The material is stylish, but it smells for the first couple of days.
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Why did this shipping labels come in second place?
I really liked it. It is amazing in every aspect. It did even exceed my expectations for a bit, considering the affordable price. The design quality is top notch and the color is nice. I like this product. For such a low price, I didn’t even hope it to be any better. It’s decently made. Seems that the material is good. It has a very beautiful color but I don’t really like the texture.
Why did this shipping labels take third place?
This price is appropriate since the product is very well built. It doesn’t squeaks nor bents. Looks great in my apartment. It is inconvenient to use due to the size. I am going to get something different next time. We are very pleased with the purchase — the product is great!
Shipping Labels Buyer’s Guide
In the Shipping labels section, select the Label format that matches the printer you want to use:
Some labels can be printed only by a certain model of printer, so make sure that the type of printer that you choose at this step matches the one that you have:
Choosing the Right Barcode Printer
Thermal based barcode printers provide a very economical way to create high quality labels, tags, wristbands, receipts, and tickets. Compared to other printing technologies, thermal-based options require less maintenance, have less expensive media, and print faster while maintaining excellent print quality.
Since these types of printers are different from your typical laser or inkjet printers, it can be a challenge to know which one will fit your business best. The first step in finding the right printer is to identify your specific need(s): • Where will the printer be used? Is it a rugged environment? • What kind of media will you make? Labels, tags, wristbands, receipts, or tickets? • How often will you print? • Will the printer be in a fixed or mobile application?
Knowing how you’ll be using a printer will help you decide what type, print method, and other features you’ll need. Understanding and going through the following features will help you determine the best printer for your needs.
Industrial printers are larger and more rugged than desktop models for high volume print applications. From a couple thousand labels per day to printing all day long, these printers are designed to hold more media and there are models that support printing from.5″ to over 8″ wide. You’ll find printers like the Datamax I-420in manufacturing and distribution centers as well as large retailers. If you are printing any type of media in large volumes, industrial label printers are your most reliable option.
Mobile printers are similar to thermal label printers but provide freedom from any cable connections to a PC. Mobile printers do have a few limitations due to their small size. They are not made for very high volumes, have limited roll capacity, and have smaller print widths, usually 2″, 3″, or 4″ max. However, if you need to make labels or receipts on the move, a mobile printer will provide you high quality print in a compact package that fits on your hip. These printers are perfect for delivery drivers or sales agents to create receipts in the field or a warehouse worker that needs to make labels on the spot. Since these printers are not tied to a fixed PC, you normally communicate to them wirelessly through Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Pair a mobile printer like the Zebra QLn320 with a laptop, mobile computer, or smartphone for printing wherever you go!
Even though standard label printers can also create wristbands, a dedicated wristband printer offers several advantages and a lower overall cost. For applications that are making wristbands every day like hospitals, theme parks, and concert venues, a dedicated wristband printer is the perfect fit. While other printers have their media on a roll, wristband printers have cartridges that simply drop into place to keep you printing with almost no downtime. These printers also have a higher print resolution standard for clear, accurate printing of images or logos. Added to this, most models have a special anti-microbial case to meet the demands of any healthcare environment. If you need custom printed wristbands on a regular basis, a dedicated wristband printer like the Zebra HC100 will be the most efficient and easiest to use solution.
Ticket printers are another specialized thermal printer that excels at printing on thicker paper for ticketing applications. If you are making tickets for concerts, festivals, or any other type of event, a dedicated printer will help you make them faster with less hassle. Since most tickets come in a fan-folded stack instead of rolls, these printers have a taller case to accommodate more stacked media. They can also still use roll media but with a larger stack of tickets you will spend less time reloading the printer. These printers also have an opening on the back of the case to easily feed ticket stock externally. Models like Datamax ST-32are a high performance option for demanding ticketing applications.
Direct thermal printers utilize heat-sensitive media that blackens as it passes under the printhead. Because they print without a ribbon, direct thermal printers are noted for their simplicity. Direct thermal printed labels typically have a considerable shelf life but are not well suited for environments that expose them to heat, long periods of direct sunlight or abrasion. Because of this, thermal labels, tags or ticket stock are often top coated to resist these elements. Direct thermal printing produces sharp print quality with good scan ability using only one consumable. For any short term labeling application, like shipping labels, direct thermal is the most efficient print method.
Thermal transfer printers use a ribbon, similar to a fax machine, which is melted onto the label by the printhead. This method makes it easy to use label materials beyond paper including synthetic materials, like polypropylene and polyester, for outdoor and harsh environments. Beyond the added durability, thermal transfer printed media also has a very long shelf life making it perfect for product labels, asset tags, and outdoor wristbands. Since you are using a ribbon, you also have the option to change the color of your print beyond just black. With the right combination of labels and ribbon, you can make a label for any environment or application. Though it does cost a little more to print thermal transfer media, the added benefits ensure your label or tag is readable throughout its life without ever needing to reprint.
Wristbands are a very specialized option for barcoding but also the best fit for the application of tracking people. You could always use a label on someone’s clothing but this will not be a reliable option since it’ll most likely fall off. A wristband is a reliable and easy to use means to get a barcode on a person that will not fall off and handle the rigors or everyday life.
Most labels use an acrylic permanent adhesive that is great for smooth, clean surfaces. Once this adhesive fully bonds to the surface it will be difficult to remove and in the process you will either destroy the label itself or leave a fair amount of residue at the very least. Permanent adhesive works well on paper, wood, glass, plastic, and some metals.
Removable adhesives do not have the same strength or stickiness as permanent adhesives, which make it easy to remove a label without damaging it or the item. Most often, a removable adhesive is used when a label is being used on paperwork during a process and then a product box when completed. Some specialty retails will also want to use this type of adhesive so that they can easily remove a pricing label without any residue on the item.
High tack adhesive is a type of permanent adhesive that has extra initial stickiness. This type of adhesive is typically used for situations where you don’t have a clean, smooth surface at room temperature to apply the label. If you are using labels on site in a dirty environment like a building work site, a high tack adhesive would ensure the label bonds to the surface more quickly.
Additional Media Features
Although we have covered all the basic features you will need to determine to find the right media for most applications, there are a couple more options that are not as common but need to be addressed. These options may put your media choice into the realm of custom made vs. stock, off-the-shelf option. Custom media may require extra lead times and can easily increase your overall cost of the solution.
The vast majority of media is going to be blank white but a variety of colors are available. When a label or tag is colored it is referred to as “flood coated”. This just means that the entire surface is colored without any edge or border. There are often a few sizes of colored labels available off-the-shelf but if your required size is not available it will have to be custom made.
Every stock label, tag, and wristband is going to be a rectangle or square. This is not to say that other shapes are not possible though. Some applications may want a circular label for easier identification or to fit on a bottle. There are some stock butterfly shaped labels for jewelry labeling but anything else beyond rectangular will always have to be custom made.
Finding the Right Barcode Labels and Ribbon
Set Yourself Up for Success
Research packaging options. Because mail carriers provide a range of shipping methods and package types, start by surveying the best options for your items. It’s good to know what the most affordable methods are, but if buyers ask for shipping upgrades, it’s useful to know ahead of time what you can offer. Shipping methods aren’t just about pricing, either. Research the other offerings that may be included in your choices, like tracking, signature confirmation, and insurance. All this information should be available on your mail carrier’s website.
Estimate your shipping rates. In order to include shipping estimates in your listings, you’ll need to measure and weigh your packages. A kitchen scale should suffice, but if you’d like to be extra sure, take your packages to the post office. Keep track of common item weights for future reference. You can use Etsy’s Price Your Postage tool, or use your shipping provider’s online shipping calculators:
Learn from the Etsy community. Some of the best (and free) resources for advice and tips about selling and shipping are your Etsy peers. Joining an Etsy Team of local sellers may provide insights into local shipping options, common issues, and smart shipping practices. There are also teams dedicated to broader shipping topics that are great resources. Learn about Etsy Teams here.
Get to know Etsy’s tools and policies. Here are some of Etsy’s best shipping resources:
Shipping labels. If you’re a US or Canadian seller, you have access to our onsite postage tool. Purchasing and printing Etsy Shipping Labels can help you save time and makes it easy to organize shipping records. You can access labels by clicking Print Shipping< Label in your Sold Orders. Some of the perks:
Processing times are a way to tell your buyer how long it takes between when an order is placed and when it’s shipped.
Our Seller Protection Policy shows you what you need to resolve problems with confidence.
Make a Shipping Plan and Define Your Policies
Develop your practice. Now that you know about your shipping options, it’s time to make some decisions as part of your shop’s shipping plan.
Think about the various scenarios that may arise as your business grows, and ask yourself these questions:
Keep Calm and Carry On
Once you’ve crafted your shipping plan and set up your communication channels, pat yourself on the back. As you probably already know, sometimes shipping challenges are out of your control and are just part of the online retail experience. The good news is that if you’ve armed yourself with good practices, you’ll be a lot more prepared. Here are some tips to keep in mind:
Identify problem areas. If you know the scenarios in which shipping complications are more common, you’ll be ready to catch them ahead of time.
Stay alert. When something does come up, you want to realize that as soon as possible so you can start taking the necessary steps to resolve it. If you’ve kept your buyer in the loop throughout the entire process, they should be able to act as a resource to you and let you know as soon as something doesn’t look right.
Keep good records. Proof of shipping is your friend. Pictures of items and packages prior to shipment, label receipts, insurance, tracking: Any of these will help you figure out where things may have gotten waylaid, while serving as proof that you were not the cause of any issues. If you did make a mistake at some point in the process, all of these records will help you identify at which step the mistake occurred. If you’ve done a good job keeping track of your information, it will be that much easier when you need someone else to help you track something down. Remember: Retaining proof of shipment for your records will help you in the event a case is opened on Etsy.
Ask questions. When new shipping scenarios present themselves, it can suddenly feel like you’re on your own in very unfamiliar territory. Although you may not have experienced this before, someone else has. In addition to Teams, here are some ways to connect with experienced sellers and shipping experts:
For general questions, communicate with Etsy sellers in the Etsy Forums.
If you need help with a more sensitive or private issue, contact Support.
So, if you can, always try to provide that magic free shipping option to your buyers, and one way to help you do this is to always use the cheapest shipping option available for the particular item you’re selling.
One thing I always advocate is being a “smart seller” and making the most of the options and resources available to you; and running down to your local post office and blindly paying whatever Royal Mail charge for every package you send when there are often far better (both faster and cheaper) options available is NOT smart, not at all!
Of course it will always be worthwhile checking a few of these such sites to see what sort of prices you get for your packages as it will always be slightly different depending on the size and weight.
These companies book huge volumes of deliveries directly with the courier companies and therefore get the best pricing, which you can then take advantage of.
Winner = Draw!
It may seem surprising that the couriers charge the same price for sending one game as they do for sending seven but it’s just how I mentioned earlier; it’s when sending bigger parcels that the couriers start to offer much better value in comparison to Royal Mail.
To save us going through all the individual examples again, I’ve compiled a table for you to see the best shipping option for a variety of parcel sizes to a few different countries around the world:
So as you can see, it’s a similar story again – with Royal Mail offering competitive pricing on smaller items but couriers offering much better value for heavier or oversized items (sending the large box of toys to France would cost over £60 using your local post office – over times more expensive than having a courier collect!).
I think you get the point!
There is no one right answer for everyone. The key is finding the solution for your business and products so you can offer the best shipping option possible to your buyers.
And for anyone with a specific niche or anyone selling the same type of products, this will be a one-time job. Just one day, spend some time researching your various options and you’ll reap the rewards for years to come!
Drop & Go
The first thing I want to mention is the new fast-track service for online sellers and small businesses, called
It’s basically a free service that allows you to beat the queues and just drop your mail off at the post office when needed.
All you need to do is complete a very simple, one-page registration form and after a few quick checks (basically making sure you have enough balance on your card) you can leave! No need to wait around for tedious paper work to be completed or for your mail to be processed – that will all be taken care of later on, with you card charged as they go.
So no queuing and no waiting – what could be better! Especially considering that’s it’s a completely free service, eligible to anyone.
And don’t worry if you need proof of postage or tracking receipts – they can all be kept for you to pick up whenever you want!
Overall I think this is a great new service for small sellers and I can’t see any reason for you to not sign up for it.
The two postage options are
This time, from every 100 tablets sold get an item not received claim.
Sending without delivery confirmation would cost £54in postage plus another £150 to replace two tablets, meaning a total cost of £695.
Sending all items signed for on the other hand would mean no replacement costs and total postage of £655.
So in this instance, posting items signed for is the better option.
Of course these are simplified calculations as I haven’t considered legitimate INR claims or factored in any compensation you might receive from Royal Mail as that is heavily dependent on a cooperative buyer.
Daily print volume
Finding the right label printer depends a lot on how many labels need to be printed on a regular basis. Think about the number of labels that you need to print and if the answer is a low number, then perhaps an entry-level machine is more suitable. On the contrary, if you have to print larger volumes of labels then getting a more professional machine will do the trick.
Thermal printing resolution is measured in dots per square-inch or DPI. The market offers some varied selections but usually, 200dpi is the standard resolution for most printers. For most applications like barcodes and larger text on the label, this resolution is sufficient. These machines also tend to be less expensive. However, there are also label printers that can give your labels a more professional finish with crisper details as they offer higher resolutions like 300dpi or even 600dpi. These label printers are worth considering if you have a bigger budget and you want to make a really solid investment in the quality of your labels.
Step 3: Shipping Locations
Next you will see a section called “Excluded shipping locations”. We have never excluded any locations because we have not had a problem with any of the countries we have shipped to (and we’ve shipping to a lot of countries). However, if you are worried about sending to any country, you have to option here to select the countries that you DO NOT want to ship to.
If you want to restrict certain countries, you will want to click on “Create/edit exclusion list” under the “Excluded shipping locations” section.
I then am taken to a page that looks like this:
Here, I will enter in the information about my product, and how many I am selling. See next screenshot for a continuation of this page:
This screen allows you to review the information you have previously submitted, and make sure it is correct. Once you have verified this information, click on the submit listing and create shipment button. That will bring you to this screen:
I select the plan that I had created already and click the add to shipment, enter the quantity, and click the continue button. I will then be taken to this screen:
So, I printed and applied my labels, and then press continue:
Assemble the right team.
Identifying the right people to help make this decision for your business is the first step.
This requires that you bring into the conversation the right stakeholders within your organization.
Here’s a quick breakdown on how to think through the process and pull in the appropriate stakeholders.
Define the goals for your shipping strategy.
Once you’ve identified the key teams in your company who will need to be involved in establishing your strategy, you need to define what you want to accomplish with your ecommerce shipping strategy.
There are many areas of focus here, but the most typical are these.
Ecommerce Shipping Strategy Goals
Choose between ecommerce shipping solutions and options.
Once you’ve identified the right team and goals for your business, it’s time to get down to the work of choosing a strategy that is going to work for your team to accomplish the goals you’ve set.
We’ll identify a number of available strategies here with the pros and cons for each.
None of these are exclusive of one another and most successful online store will implement several of these options to form a complete strategy for your unique scenario.
First and foremost, though, as the ecommerce manager or project owner for shipping strategies, you need to approach the business understanding key elements of the shipping industry.
Here are the crucial considerations you must take into account.
Most Important Ecommerce Shipping Considerations
Product size and weight: What’s the difference in size and weight from your smallest, lightest SKUs to your largest, heaviest SKUs?
Shipping destinations: Where are you shipping to –– domestic or international?
Shipping options: What are the best shipping services or carriers for your unique needs?
Product size and weight.
The first of these, product size and weight, is often the easiest to get your head around and has the biggest impact on the approach you take.
If your products are relatively uniform, then going with a per-item, zone-based approach, where the shipping price varies by your customer’s location and not by product size or weight, works well.
For retailers with varying sizes and weights among your product set, getting rates directly from a carrier like UPS, DHL, Australia Post or others is a great way to ensure the rates you’re offering to your customers are the best possible ones.
The important thing to focus on here is making sure your products have accurate weights and dimensions so that the rate you get back from a carrier is as accurate as possible.
To do this, break your products into groups and focus on getting product weights and dimensions for the heaviest or largest 20% and smallest or lightest 20%.
This will have the biggest effect on your shipping rates and offer the best return on investment.
Shipping destinations can be just as crucial as product dimensions and weight.
Again, in a simpler scenario like domestic shipping, a flat-rate or free shipping option works well.
To step it up a bit, set rates based on zones. For example, if you’re located in New York, offer a cheaper rate for the mid-Atlantic region and increase the rate as you radiate out from there.
Managing your shipping options allows you to delight customers and keep costs in check.
Look beyond the big-name carriers and you’ll find a world of opportunity to offer same-day delivery, next-day delivery or timely and cost-effective delivery for even the largest items.
In major cities, you’ll often find local delivery and courier companies that will deliver more quickly to your customers than the big carriers at very competitive rates.
Pro Tip for B2B
If you’re shipping especially large items or do a lot of large B2B shipments, using an LTL (Less Than Truckload) freight carrier becomes a necessity.
Local couriers often don’t offer a way to fetch rates in real time for shipments, but it can be worth your while to build up a table of rates based on number of items or weight in order to offer these options to your customers.
The important thing when looking at any alternate ecommerce delivery option is to make sure that you control when and where it’s shown.
Taking control of your online store’s shipping ensures that you aren’t leaving money on the table or risking your success by charging too little. Even small changes here can pay enormous dividends in cart conversion, controlling shipping costs and delighting customers.
Mixed and alternative strategies.
While these three options are the most popular and frequently used, thinking outside the box and mixing and matching these approaches can be extremely effective.
This allows you to balance your revenue needs with promotional opportunities.
For example, offer free standard shipping (with no delivery commitment or a range commitment like 5-business days for delivery) alongside other options like Expedited shipping (for example, 3-day delivery at a table rate based on order value) and live rate options for Second Day and Overnight delivery.
In addition to these most popular approaches, offering additional, less orthodox options can help you stand out from the crowd.
For example, free in-store pickup can drive customers to your retail locations (resulting in additional traffic and sales at your brick-and-mortar locations).
If you’re selling particularly large or heavy items, offering LTL freight delivery on your website can help keep costs down while making it easier for customers to place larger orders online.
The Holy Grail of a Profitable Ecommerce Shipping Strategy
Pitney Bowes’ 201Holiday Shipping Survey is still a relevant read for those working on their shipping strategies. Here are some of the more relevant and poignant points:
Given all of these data points, what’s interesting is that only 22% of merchants feature information about their shipping policy on their homepage.
You might not need free shipping.
This is especially true in the B2B ecommerce space, where what might be more important is accurate dimensional-based pricing.
If you have customers that are loyal to you, they will appreciate you passing on your negotiated rates to them and giving them the choice over urgency of delivery.
If you are competing based on product price, then it may be that you have no ability to absorb free shipping costs.
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Accepting a Return and Providing a Refund
If you accept the return, you must generally give the buyer back exactly what they paid.
Charging the buyer for shipping: You can charge the buyer for the return shipping if that’s part of your return policy and the item was as the listing described. You cannot charge for shipping if the item does not arrive exactly as described.
Having the buyer pay for return shipping is the default setting for quick listings.
Charging a restocking fee: This works just like charging the buyer for shipping. The item must arrive as described and the charge must be included in your returns policy.
Replacing a Return
The buyer can request to send a damaged or otherwise unsatisfactory item back and have you replace it with a satisfactory one.
If you accept the request, send a replacement, and the customer never returns the original—as experienced by the unfortunate gentleman on the right—you can charge them for both the original and the replacement.
You can just give the buyer a refund if you’re out of stock.
How Shipping Works for Returns
You tell the buyer where to ship the item back to.
If you only have one address, then you don’t need to worry about this. If you have multiple addresses, though, then you need to send them a quick message informing them of where they should ship the item.
You make sure the buyer has a shipping label. (You will need one too if you’re providing a replacement.)
How to Compare Shopify Shipping Apps
Maybe you’ve known for a while now that you need an app. But, you just haven’t had the time to sort through all of Shopify’s shipping apps.
We understand that you’re busy and we’ve completed most of the research for you.
When comparing Shopify shipping apps, here’s what you need to consider:
Functionality: Make a list of all the things you want the app to do for you. See how each app stacks up to your list of must-have capabilities.
Price: Some apps are free and some cost you monthly. See that what functionality you’re getting from the app is worth the cost.
Support: When something goes wrong, you need to fix it right away. You’ll want a company that can help you right away.
Reviews: Shopify’s community leaves honest reviews about how great or not the app is working for them. Take note of these and don’t just rely on your gut feeling.
Ordoro provides a centralized location where you can manage your orders from your shopping carts and marketplaces. Shopify merchants can easily process orders and print labels for both individual and batch shipping. Ordoro can manage drop shipped orders and updates your inventory quantities.
Ordoro integrates with multiple carriers so that you can receive cheaper commercial rates. Their Rate Check also lets your check shipping rates across all your shippers so that you can always pick the best one.
Shipstation automates your shipping processes through their cloud-based solution. Shipstation automatically imports your orders from your Shopify store and your marketplaces. The order’s status and tracking information is then sent to your stores and customers.
Merchants are able to print shipping labels and packing slips together in batch. Shipstation also allows you to generate and send a return shipping label to your customers. Through this app, you can manage all your carriers in a centralized location so that you can compare rates.
Shippo is one of the official Most Popular Free Shopify Apps in the Shopify App Store. They have secured this spot by making printing shipping labels for your Shopify store fast and easy. With their app, you can print shipping labels, get carrier rates, track packages, notify customers, and submit refunds. Merchants also have access to lower USPS and international rates.
Merchants can use IF, THEN type statements to create rules to assign carriers and categories. Shipstation also gives you access to competitive USPS rates.
ShippingEasy bases pricing plans off of number of shipments and sales channels. If you’re looking for an affordable plan, ShippingEasy has it.
AfterShip is a little different from the rest of the shipping apps. Their app specifically lets you track all your shipments in one place.
They support 200+ couriers and let you filter your shipments by dates, statuses, couriers, and destinations. This offers you a way to monitor whether or not your shipments are delivered on-time and when there are not. You can so display the tracking results on your Shopify website where customers can input their tracking numbers.
With a premium account, you can also use AfterShip to notify customers when their orders are in transit, out for delivery, delivered, or whether there are exceptions.
AfterShip’s app could be a great addition for managing your business, while providing better services to your customers.
What to Do Next: Pick the Best Shopify Shipping App for Your Business
All in all, most of these shipping apps are very similar in their capabilities. Some stand out like Ordoro with their more robust capabilities like inventory management. Otherwise, your choice will probably come down to price as the main factor. Make sure that you read reviews of each app in the Shopify App Store to see how the app is working for other Shopify merchants.
Each business is different. To pick the best shipping app, you’ll have to consider what your shipping needs are today and what your plans are for growth.
In the meantime, check out these other nChannel articles that specifically help Shopify sellers:
Know Your Printing Needs
There are printers for every need under the sun but rare is the printer that can fulfill many needs well. The challenge consumers face when shopping for a home printer is finding a printer that meets most of their needs and does so economically.
The first step in printer-shopping nirvana is to start your search with a very clear picture of what your printing needs are. Think back over what you’ve printed lately and what you plan to print in the future. Do you print mostly black and white text copies? Color photos? Color proposal drafts for your home business? What kind of printing you do is the biggest factor in what kind of printer you should shop for. The key is to buy a printer for the work you’re doing, not the work you think you might be doing in the future (in other words: buy the printer for the business reports you print now, not the colorful scrap book pages you wish you had time to work on).
The Ole’ Switch-A-Roo
Now, there are a couple things that could happen: The seller may refund you, The seller may offer a refund with return, or The seller may not respond. “I Didn’t Get It”
Either way you will win, times out of 10, if not more.
First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your Shipping Labels wisely! Good luck!
So, TOP3 of Shipping Labels
- №1 — Preferred Postage Supplies Dymo Compatible Internet Postage Shipping Labels
- №2 — Preferred Postage Supplies 674-0 Continuous Direct Thermal Shipping Labels for Pitney Bowes J690
- №3 — Dymo 4XL Labels 1744907 Compatible –