As Amazon sellers, we use a TON of labels and Ink to go along with it!
From the beginning of my selling career, I have used a thermal (DYMO) for printing my FNKSU labels. But, I’ve still used my Laser printer for the shipping labels.
Over the last 6 months or so I have been wanting to try the Rollo Printer because they’ve basically been stalking me on Facebook.
So, I decided to pull the trigger and give it a go.
The big appeal to me was the fact that the printer would do BOTH the FNSKU labels AND the Shipping labels.
Since I use the extension Label Resizer I am also able to print the expiration dates right on my FNSKU labels! Game changer, right?!
In this video I show you the pros/cons of the Rollo Printer and how fast it is compared to a DYMO printer.
Stats: I printed 10 FNSKU labels on both the Rollo Printer and the Dymo Printer.
Roll = 4 seconds
Dymo = 20 seconds
Rollo Printer – https://amzn.to/2YHHZZL
Dymo Printer – https://amzn.to/2YoiRMl
3×1 Labels used in the Rollo – https://amzn.to/2MFrkDz
1×3 Labels used in the Dymo – https://amzn.to/2KfDVMa
4×6 Shipping labels used in the Rollo – https://amzn.to/2Ypb0hr
Label Resizer Extension (so you can have the exp date and print from seller central) – https://thesellingfamily.com/resizer
Our must-have shipment supplies for Amazon FBA sellers: https://thesellingfamily.com/fbashipmentsupplies/
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