Product Review – Dymo LabelManager 260P

I am a lucky lady. I was sent a brand new Dymo LabelManager 260P to try out. I’ve been using a Dymo labeller for years and love it, so was intrigued to see how they could improve on it.

Dymo LabelManager 260P

Well, right off, the most significant change, and my personal favourite, is the rechargeable battery.  That makes life so easy, especially for someone like me who labels a lot.

The buttons are so user-friendly and I love that it fits so neatly in your hand. It prints multiple copies of a label at once. And you can save your favourite labels for later use.

Other things I like about Dymo labellers in general are the scissor action, a clean cut every time; I can switch between label tapes, mid-tape; the wide variety of tapes available; the gorgeous symbols you can add, and all the fonts and styles at your fingertips.

To test drive my new labeller before I took it on the road, I put the word out to my Facebook clan. Thanks to those who responded, your new labels will be arriving in the post soon. If you’d like to get daily tips, quotes and more, come over and visit my Facebook page. I hope you’ll “like” what you see.

4 Responses to “Product Review – Dymo LabelManager 260P”

  1. Leonie Schroder Says:

    I’ve sent some invites so hopefully you’ll get some more followers 🙂

  2. creatingorderfromchaos Says:

    Thanks Leonie, much appreciated. 🙂

  3. Leonie Schroder Says:

    while at Officeworks tonite we couldnt find the 260P but i did get a funky purple Brother P-touch 1090 with 2 free tapes 🙂

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