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I love my Dymo, I love labelling things and running a very organised household. The good thing about the Dymo now is that the labels come in a variety of textures and sizes. I wanted to label (sad I know) the cables that are (now neatly) located behind the television. We have the Blu ray, CD player, telephone, tv etc and the list goes on. I thought by labelling the wires, I could easily tell them apart. For this job, I chose the polyester labels. Unfortunately, they are not designed for this purpose and really not compatible with cables and round things. According to Dymo website, you should use the Nylon ones for this purpose so I had to go out and buy this instead.
==Price and availability==
The polyester labels are £14 for a tape, this is more expensive than the regular tapes but these are of higher quality and very different. You can buy them from Staples and other office supplies.
* Tape length: 5.5 m
* Tape size: 12 mm
* Colour of product: Black on white
* Tape type: D1
The tape is loaded with the polyester tape which is 5.5 m long and 12 mm wide. The labels are white and the text is black. The labels are thick and good quality but they are flexible. The polyester ones are designed for flat but uneven surfaces and they look very professional. The polyester ones are designed to stay flat and should not peel. The labels look much nicer than the regular ones and can be used for a variety of purposes. The front of the label has a thick textured feel to it and the rear has a sticky back that can stick the label on your chosen surface. The rear is very sticky. Whereas you can peel the regular ones off without leaving a mark, these you can not. These do not peel off easily and are made with a very strong adhesive.
I think that the nylon ones are better suit my purpose but these are really good quality labels and suit a variety of purposes. They look very professional and of a high quality. The thermal printed text lays neatly on the label and I prefer reading from this label rather than the others, it just looks much better. The labels look smarter for shelving units and drawer tidies as they are less likely to peel. I have now used some nylon labels on the cables. Nylon feel thinner and not as good quality but they are much better for labelling a thin round thing.
The Dymo and the printing tape makes a great job of labelling anything and you will be amazed at the various things you can do. Everything has a place and everyone should know its place. My niece even loves to play with this, but not with the expensive labels she only gets the regular ones to play with. The Dymo has a great purpose in office space where no one can have an excuse for leaving things out when its place is properly marked!