The DYMO LabelWriter® 450 Twin Turbo features two rolls of labels ready to print at all time–enhancing efficiency by allowing you to print address labels and postage without swapping label rolls–and prints up to 71 four-line standard address labels per minute for maximum productivity.
The DYMO LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo features two rolls of labels ready to print at all times–enhancing efficiency by allowing you to print address labels and postage without swapping label rolls–and prints up to 71 four-line standard address labels per minute for maximum productivity. Create and print address, shipping, file folder, and barcode labels, plus name badges and more–all without the extra work and hassle of printing sheet labels on a standard desktop printer.
*Compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS X v10.8 or later. Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Mac and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
QUICKLY SWITCH BETWEEN 2 ROLLS OF LABELS: Ideal for enhancing efficiency and print two different label types without swapping label rolls
ELIMINATE THE WASTE AND HASSLE OF SHEET LABELS: The DYMO® LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo prints precise quantities without difficulty
NEVER BUY INK AGAIN: Direct Thermal printing technology eliminates the cost of ink and toner
EASILY CUSTOMIZE AND PRINT LABELS: Create labels directly from text in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Google Contacts™
USE WITH AUTHENTIC DYMO LABELS: For best performance, use DYMO LabelWriter® Labels in a variety of sizes
Dimensions:8.5 x 5.33333333 x 7.375
Software Compatibility:Compatible with DYMO Connect for Desktop with Windows and Mac
Mailing and Shipping
Create shipping and mailing labels.
Barcode labels help track inventory and assets.
Create nametags in seconds.
Multi-use labels provide product information and organizational solutions.
Rated 2 out of
Terrible SoftwareThis printer worked great before the new software came out. The software "upgrade" complicated simple tasks and I now dread using it.
Date published: 2021-09-09
Rated 1 out of
Buggy Software!Have had several problems like the address correction suddenly stopped working a while back. Then it started to print three to six blank labels when I printed a single label. Now I just heard the printer turn on by itself (I was in another room) and by the time I got to the printer to check on it it had printed the entire roll of labels with thin horizontal and vertical lines. What has happened to this once fine company?
Date published: 2021-09-06
Rated 1 out of
What a clunkerHave owned multiple Dymo printers over the years. This is the latest, but every time I go to print, it is "offline". Replaced the USB cable, but that doesn't help. Unplug power cord and plug it back in - immediately started spewing labels, some blank, some not, and since I was messing with the power cord (on the bottom) I was holding the printer, so the labels fed back into the feeder, wrapping up like a loose shirt in the power take off of a tractor. Once that got unclogged and tried to reload the labels, it decided to just start feeding blank labels for a while. Managed to catch them and pull them back in, only to release the release lever and have it do it all again. So went looking for answers on Dymo - oh, new software? Great, let's try that. Hmm, how convenient, it doesn't know how to read the old address book, so you have to manually export to NON-Dymo format to reimport into the new software. Which apparently does just about everything under the sun...except just print a label. I did see an option to print the entire imported file, but really no indication if it would print any of them correctly - just a bunch of fields in a CSV file. So back to the old software, which it seems is the best option. Sadly, this is an entire exercise in resurrecting the perpetually offline printer every time I need to print a label. This is about the farthest from convenient or even useful I've ever seen. I know the state of software engineering is in shambles and the bar for "release version" is basically if it doesn't cause any fatalities it's good to go. Thanks for your contributions to the the pile of useless software we have to choose from when we feel like wasting a few hours of precious life when we want to mail a letter.
Date published: 2021-09-18
Rated 1 out of
Buggy and Slow SupportLike the reviewer below, I also have problems with the printer 'sleeping' and never waking up... that is, until I turn the unit over, unplug BOTH the power AND the USB, wait for 60 seconds, then plug everything back in. Only then with the blue PRINT button appear in the application. On top of that, there are still no drivers available for Big Sur (macOS 11.x), and it's been out of beta for 6 months.
Date published: 2021-09-22
Rated 1 out of
No longer prints stamps!!!bought this twin turbo printer to print stamps (as advertised by DYMO). I paid for 100s of stamps on rolls.I put money into my Endicia account. Now DYMO has decided to discontinue the stamp feature without an alternative! So now I can throw away $200 for the printer plus scrap the rolls of empty stamps and scrap the funds in my Endicia account...
Date published: 2021-09-03
Rated 5 out of
We love this label machineI am not sure why some people are having issues with this label printer. WE love having the option of having two different sets of labels ready to go in the machine. My boss just ordered me to order 4 more machines.