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Slip'N Lock Loop Lock Labels for Laser Printers, White, 1in Width x 11in Length, Pack of 1,000

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Slip'N Lock Loop Lock Labels for Laser Printers, White, 1in Width x 11in Length, Pack of 1,000

Customer Group
Pro Plus - Business
QTY:1 3+6+

For laser printing!

LZ111 and LTZ111 are compatible with many laser jet, printers, but not ink or bubble jet. Call for sample to see if these will work on your particular printer. Black print. 1000 labels, 1"x 11". White only.

Product Information

Product Specs
  • 1" x 11" attached side by side
  • 1000 per package, 8/sheet, 125 sheets/package, white only
  • Perforated section on label tears off for record-keeping or customer claim ticket purposes
Product Warranty Information

  • This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's exclusive 30-Day Down to Earth Guarantee. Click Here for more Details.
Product Features
  • These may have a "paper" feel but they are actually vinyl
  • Customer should use a true laser-jet printer in order for their printing to stay put. A bubble jet or ink jet won't work; it is like laying wet ink on that surface and it won't dry
Product Shipping Weight
  • 4.3 pounds
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