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Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo

Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo

£79.00 ex vat£94.80 inc vat
  • Delivery: Free (UK Standard)
  • Warranty: 3 years
  • O/S: Win XP, Win 7 Win 8 Mac 10.5 +
  • Software Included: Yes
Mac Compatible Mac Compatible
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Ideal for any office the Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo is a compact but highly versatile Label Printer. You can print a wide range of labels from simple address labels, barcode labels plus the LabelWriter 450 Turbo works with Royal Mail SmartStamp allowing you to print postage from your PC.

  • Dymo Labelwriter 450 Turbo Printer
  • Power supply with cable
  • USB cable
  • Roll of Labels
  • Windows and Mac software
  • User guide & Quick start guide
  • Direct thermal printing, no ink or ribbon needed
  • Upto 71 labels per minute print speed
  • High resolution printing
  • Mac compatible
  • Barcoding as standard

5 Average Rating 5/5 (29 Reviews)
5 stars EASY SET UP Written by

very easy to set up ,and produces great looking results

4 stars Great little machine! Written by

It's a great printer! Very easy to use and easy to install. Needs to be kept quite secure and padded if you are moving it around a lot, but that is to be expected!

5 stars Good printer, excellent supplier Written by

Had to buy this specific printer for a customer project and was impressed with the performance, easy to install and create labels and fulfilled its purpose. Excellent service also from Label Zone, fast delivery and very helpful in making sure we had the right printer and labels.

5 stars Excellent Written by

Easy to instal, easy to use... Recomended

5 stars Superb Written by

Great service, great product, what more can I say.

5 stars Great little printer Written by

Excellent little printer. Fast silent and great quality. installed software, plugged in printer and it worked first time.

5 stars Dymo Label writer 450 Turbo Written by

Excellent machine and easy to install . Quiet and efficient in running and an indispensable office aid. The printer has a small footprint and sits nicely on my desk alongside my printer. A good piece of kit. Labelzone were very helpful in the ordering and installing process.

5 stars great piece of kit Written by

Wow this things good

5 stars Upgrading to modern operating systems Written by

Brilliant piece of hardware. Upgraded from PC to iMAC and replaced old Dymo 320 as it's not compatible with modern operating systems. Installed new Dymo 450 Turbo and after a few hours was able to get to grips with new menus etc.

5 stars Best label printer available Written by

This is a simply brilliant product, can't fault it. Owned the 320 years ago, so I new this was going to be a good label printer but it even surpassed my expectations. Would highly recommend this to anybody thinking of buying a label printer.

5 stars First Class Written by

Label Zone - Thank you for Your first class delivery service for a first class product - the Dymo Labelwriter 450 Turbo

4 stars Stylish and fast Written by

Certainly one of the "better looking" label printers a very sleek design and will look good on any desk. Software is easy to use, quality and speed are exceptional. I only have a two downsides to point out, 1) the labels are fiddly to change and very hard to line up with the exit slot - the Brother QL's are a lot easier to change. 2) if you print a label, pause then print another as the entire roll is pulled back slightly to start the next label, this can cause a jam as the label edge catches on the serrated cutter. Incidentally whilst simple, the cutter is a much more hard wearing design than the QL counterpart.

5 stars Excellent admin support Written by

I have been using Labelwriter 330 turbo for several years now. Unfortunately changed to a MAC and had to upgrade to LabelWriter 450. However, it looks great on my desk, I print off royal mail Smart Stamp any time effortlessly, and like the fact that I can weight and print off the correct stamp on my mail. Great for my Christmas labels too. Love it to bits, and missed it when I couldn't use my old one.

5 stars Superb product further enhanced Written by
The Dymo LabelWriter 320 is the most effective computer accessory that I have owned. Now, the new 450 Turbo, compatible with current Apple Macs, breaks new ground to achieve even greater flexibility. Labels are produced at lightning speed - perfect every time! Long live Dymo!
5 stars 5 stars all the way! Written by
Easy transaction, great price and very speedy delivery. Thanks very much - would highly recommend.
4 stars Mailing Database Written by

I bought the printer as I have three needs for labels: 1, Two occasions a year when I mail applications for competitions and I need some 150-200 labels. 2. Single mailing labels on an ad hoc basis. 3. Competition stickers (6-8 per competitor). Software installation was relatively simple once I'd downloaded the printer driver which didn't appear to be on the Dymo Label Software v8 CD. I haven't managed to find an easy way of using my live XLS data short of importing it into the Dymo address book. This would only take the address, not all the other data and would then give me two datasets to maintain so I'm sticking with XLS for now. Single labels are now sorted as I've written a macro to extract the address data and print it. Printing a filtered set of data is a simple extension of this. Single labels out of WORD is a breeze. During all this familiarisation, and flipping between Dymo, WORD, and XLS I managed to get the Dymo Address book to print a landscape label in portrait! Irritating but not the end of the world as I'm not using the DLS8 software. The printer itself is brilliant! Quick, clean simple. Would I by another? Yes! Next I need to get the competition stickers sorted.

5 stars Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo Super Quick Quality Written by
Out of the box, the machine feels well made and quite heavy. The software that comes with the unit is very well wrote and really easy to understand. I was quite shocked how reasonable the price is for what you get and on ordering, I was half expecting the quality of print being lets say, average, but from the moment the first label was produced, I knew I'd made the right choice!! Pin Sharp images and jet black text. The only thing I can suggest to anyone buying one is, please make sure you spell everything on the label correct, this machine is really fast and before you blink it's printed half a dozen labels, so check your work before printing ;-)
5 stars Superb, ultra-fast all rounder Written by

We got this label printer for our ever growing need to print labels. It worked straight out of the box, after installing the drivers, and without any fuss. We quickly realised that we could benefit from it being on our network, so shared it and now all PCs (and Macs) can use it. The software and add-ins for Word, Outlook, etc. are brilliant. Just copy an address, choose print label and way you go. Would not have any criticism about it so far. Very fast, very clean. Highly recommended.

3 stars Better than QL550? Written by

This really was a mixed bag. Had I not owned a Brother QL550, my opinion may have been totally different. Pros - Easy to install, Easy to setup. Software easy to use, good preview of label type, Unit well designed, quick and quiet to operate. Good range of templates and included logos/graphics. Cons - Labels very difficult to change, lots of fiddling required, Software has it's limitations with resizing - particularly with pasted items. Summary Brother software does not give label preview just size - the Dymo Software was much superior in this regard as was the Dymo range of templates and graphics. Dymo was faster to print. Brother is much faster to change labels - not having the labels on a spool is a definite disadvantage for the Dymo - I was surprised to learn (despite much pre-purchase research) that the Dymo did not have an auto cut facility. It is difficult to pick a winner but dealing with the Dymo in isolation the software was pleasing to use, but the real stumbling block was changing the labels particularly if you dont change them on a regular basis. They go under the alignment tab whereas your instinctive putting them on the tab itself.

5 stars Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo Written by

The very best piece of kit I've ever bought, easy and quick to start up and use.

5 stars Excellent product Written by

I had one of the very first Dymo Labelwriters and used it every month to send out around 400 statements. It was still going strong but unfortunately was incompatible with my new upgraded computer. I now have one of the new 450 Turbo's and it is quicker and as efficient as the original which is still working well at home!

5 stars Excellent label printer Written by

Dymo Label writer is very good, 'does what it says on the tin' Delivery outstanding ordered at 16:00 delivered to my office just before 9:00 following morning - thats service.

5 stars Excellent Label writer Written by

This the second label writer I have bought from Labelzone, one for Office and one for Study/Office at home. I just think these these little machines are marvellous and it is great how they save me so much time, which is hugely important to me as I am so busy running a charity

5 stars great bit of kit Written by

Does everything really well and so simple to use. If only all products were like that. Great service to, next day to Northern Ireland is equally impresive.

4 stars Very satisfied Written by

I am very impressed with my new Dymo labelwriter. Although I only have it for home use, it is extremely efficient & fast. I am still learning about all its functions and how to maximise usage, hence I've only rated it 4 stars I was especially impressed with the service & speed of delivery from time of ordering. I am very grateful too as the one I ordered was not in stock and I had a phone call minutes after ordering online, offering me the 450 turbo at no extra cost - Thank you very much. Very pleased with performance so far!

5 stars Small and perfect for the job Written by

I was looking for a label maker that would sit inconspicuously on my desk. The LabelWriter 450 Turbo was easy to set up, looks neat and prints quickly. It even came with a roll of labels inside. The computer program lets you save labels for future prints, which is handy. I'm very happy with it.

5 stars Turbo 450 Written by

I own a small retail butchers where I need to date my products.I have found the 450 Turbo the best thing I have ever had for this purpose.The only small gripe is that there is no on/off function, apart from this I could find no fault with this product.

5 stars Great Machine Written by

Great Machine. Labels are excellent quality and print very quickly. Great value for money.

5 stars A very attractive printer with equally attractive software Written by

The Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo is a very attractive little printer and is supplied with equally attractive labelling software in the form of DYMO Label V8 on CD. It is powered exclusively by a mains power adaptor and ships with a USB cable, quick start guide, roll of 35 x 90mm address labels and a head cleaning card. There is no stand-alone option. This printer must be used in conjunction with a PC.

To begin with the software, when you launch Label V8 you find yourself looking at a pleasing layout, the design window being on the right with the usual formatting icons along the top, plus a three-tab selection area on the left. The first of these tabs offers a range of ready-made labels, primarily address and shipping labels, each of which includes a subset of smart layouts featuring symbols and instant place-holders for text, plus your logo if you have one. Under the heading ‘Speciality/Retail’ there is just one forlorn item, which is a CD label that would cover about one-third of a CD. Here again there is a subset of instant layouts allowing curved text in various arrangements. Three file folder labels and one badge label are also to be found, along with a miscellany of multi-purpose labels including one for a VHS/spine!

The second tab is called ‘Designer’ and this makes available all the objects required to design a label from scratch. An object may be dragged to the label or inserted by double-clicking it, its properties being altered by double-clicking the resulting field. These objects are:

  1. An intelligent text box for importing addresses from your email address book. The fields thus created are populated automatically when you change to the third tab, called ‘Address Book’, wherein checkboxes may be ticked to indicate which addresses you wish to print.
  2. A static text box for typing fixed text.
  3. An automatic counter for serial numbering. You can choose any start number you like, and any increment, using the ‘Width’ setting to control the number of leading zeros. Text cannot be included incrementally but fixed ‘before’ and ‘after’ text can be included in any Windows font. There is also a ‘vertical text’ option of the kind which rotates the text line but not its characters.
  4. A date and time stamp in any format you like, 12 or 24 hour clock, with optional ‘before’ and ‘after’ text in any Windows font. Now, don’t get excited when you see controls for ‘Font Colour’ and ‘Background Colour’ as these are just shades of grey, of course, the 450 Turbo not being a colour printer. Naturally, the date and time stamp is updated by the Windows clock each time your label is printed.
  5. A barcode stamp with18 barcode formats to choose from. Source data can be fixed (typed directly) or linked to another label object. You can print the barcode with the ‘human readable’ equivalent above or below the code in any Windows font. The barcode may be rotated in 90 degree steps. The formats available are: Code 39 (in its various guises), Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC, EAN, Codabar and Code 39 Library in their various guises, UCC EAN 128, and ITF-14.
  6. A shape object which can insert a square or an oblong, a circle or an oval, a horizontal or vertical line, and do each in a range of line thicknesses and greyscale interior fills. It has to be said that the Turbo 450 produces greyscale tones extremely well.
  7. An image object which allows the insertion of a picture file or even the contents of the Windows clipboard, or alternatively the default image of a telephone. Care has to be taken when loading anything from the clipboard as Dymo Label 8 struggles for memory when a large amount has been placed there. Your image may be inserted with or without a border, rotated in 90 degree steps, and be protected from horizontal or vertical distortion by locking the aspect ratio.
  8. Circular text, which allows text to follow a top arc, bottom arc, or full circle. A side arc is achieved by rotating the top arc through 90 degrees.
  9. A gallery of 94 symbols arranged for quick access. It should be noted that these symbols are not of great industrial or commercial use, being mainly of a decorative bias.

Altogether, then, the software is very intuitive and truly graphical in nature, but there are some endearing quirks. For example, a conventional zoom control for enlarging the label itself is partnered with a zoom slider for magnifying the whole window. This slider is strangely satisfying to operate but of little use unless you have poor eyesight or an outsized monitor.

Another oddity, in my view, is ‘Mirror Image’ which frequently appears as a text option but doesn’t actually produce back-to-front text, as one might expect, instead producing upside-down text facing the original text. This would be fun if the end product looked like a reflection in a puddle but it doesn’t. In fact, if you type a word and select mirror image, then rotate the resulting ensemble through 180 degrees, you finish up with the same thing! But there does remain the amusing option of stretching the box horizontally until the words separate.

Moving to the printer itself, such a creditable job does it do that there is very little to say about it. The minimum font size is a tiny 4pt, which is faint but still readable, and the maximum font size is anything that fits the label. As for speed, in a quick test the printer took twelve seconds to produce ten typical address labels. Knocking off the two seconds download time, you are left with about one label per second. Pretty cool.

There is no electric cutter but a serrated blade provides good, clean tear-off.

In addition to the usual form-feed button there is a back-feed button to make easy work of disengaging the label prior to removing the roll from the printer.

Don’t look for an on/off switch, there isn’t one. One can only guess at the reasoning for this. Perhaps switching off the mains adaptor is considered greener and safer. Which, of course, is true. In any case, a ‘low power’ mode kicks in after a period of dormancy.

I found no user manual in the box, only a quick start guide, but the printer is just too simple to necessitate one and the software provides extensive help files.

In conclusion, the strength of this printer and its software lies in its user-friendliness. If you are intimidated by computers then the LabelWriter 450 Turbo, with its Dymo Label software Version 8, might just be the antidote you need.

What’s In The Box

  • Adaptor and mains lead
  • USB cable
  • Quick-start guide
  • Roll of 35 x 90mm address labels
  • Label design software CD
  • Head cleaning card

Dimensions and Supported Operating Systems

  • Dimensions: 125 x 180 x 135mm
  • Print Type: Direct thermal
  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Mac OSx

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Is the 450 Turbo compatable with Apple OS X 10.9.1 (Maverick)

The Labelwriter 450 range of printers are compatible with Apple OS X10.5 or later.

I have lost software to download on my pc, can I download instructions from you

You can download the software for free from this link  DYMO SOFTWARE

Can this printer be used with a 64-bit (and windows 2008) server?

The Dymo LW 450 range of printers can be with with 32 or 64 bit Windows XP, Vista, 7 or MAC OS 10.4 or later.

Is this Windows7 compatable?

The Dymo LW 450 range are compatible with Windows 7 and Vista

I would like to use this product as labels for name badges mostly for on-site purposes for late comers. Would this be suitable for that purpose and is it easly transported?

This printer is easily transported, however it does have to be connected to a PC or Mac.  This item is ideal for printing labels for name badges.

Hi i got dymo 450 turbo printer. I want to buy sticky label for dymo 450 turbo. I would like to know that which size of sticky label should i use for royal mail online stamps & buyer address. I want to printout both stamp & address 2gether. Thanks

 As far as we are aware the two sizes of Dymo labels supported are the Dymo 99012 and the Dymo 99014.  We would recommend checking in your Smartstamp software that these are suitable for your requirement.

I am looking for a printer which will print a label around 76mm x 76mm. Would this printer be able to do that or can you recommend a different model that will? Thanks

The Dymo Labelwriter 450 range will not take a 76mm x 76mm label as maximum print width is 62mm.  You may wish to look at the Zebra LP2844 printer which can take generic supplies up to 100mm width.  We do not have a 76mm x 76mm label as standard, however we offer a bespoke label bureau.  If this is of interest please call the the sales line on 01202 683212 how will be happy to help.

I want a label that is self adhesive and is weather proof for use as a plant label in the garden. ? Which of the labels will provide this requirement for the 450 Turbo or should I be looking at a different machine, please advise.

The 450 Turbo only uses paper labels and are unsuitable for use in the garden.  Depending on the size of the label required the Brother range of P-Touch printers are suitable as they use a laminated durable tape.  Recommended models would be GL-200, PT-2700 & PT-2430.  If you require any further help, please call Customer Services on 01202 683212.

Will it print QR code labels if they are saved as images? Could it be networked to work in a classroom in a school?

Yes the Dymo 450 Turbo will print a QR code if it is included in the label as an image. To add the Dymo 450 to your network we recommend the use of the Dymo LabelWriter Print Server which can be found here.  Please note that if you would like to order these items using a school Purchase Order please fax this to us on 01202 683089 and we can invoice the school rather than you pay online.

Hi - is this product compatible with Mac?

Yes the 450 Turbo is Mac compatible.

How does the 50 cashback work? Do I get this back from Dymo or do you give the 50 back? Regards Philip

The Cash Back promotion is run by Dymo.  Full details can be found on their website here

i am trying to print my label and it is 54mm x 101mm. i cant find a layout template to fit for my label

Hello Sunil, you will need to download the latest version of the Dymo software which will contain all the current label sizes.  The download is available from here.

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