Discussion in 'All other topics' started by Toiletman, Jul 30, 2003.
Could you gimme a link or an address?
i think u can get some at cd-rmedia.co.uk
I got another question. Do you think this kit is available in ordinary common PC shops like Staples or something? It's because I don't want to buy online for such a small thing worth such little cash. I live in Canada, by the way. Just moved there on Tuesday.
well i cant tell ya that cause im not in canada but im sure ull find em around somewhere!
Do any Canadians know?
hmm who is canadian? hmmmmmm i think prisoner or praetor, cant remember which!
Please help Prisoner or Praetor!!!
lol, its prisoner actually, i remember now
Prisoner, help me out!!!
Doesnt look like he is coming dude, lol, PM him!
Are you intending to label DVD's or CD's? I wouldnt recommend them for DVD's.
Yes Toronto Ontario Canada is my home.
As oriphus said, I don`t recomed people to use labels. At Futureshop, Staples and Office place you can buy kits. Grand and Toy is a rip off, but you can see whats at staples by looking at www.staples.ca You may need to enter your postal code.
Why I don`t recomed them, is I used HP label kit with labels and it jamed in my cd feed player. Also in my Mom`s car one of the labels just pealed off due to the heat (just siting in the car during the day). So I find them more of hassle then there worth.
Thanks. Man, those CD labelling kits are soooo exspensive! I'm only using to label my PS2 Backups and PC Backups. I have so many back ups, I usually have to try 3 or 4 discs before I find the one I want!
What do you mean expensive? At Staples the kit is $40 with 20 sample labels. Then buying labels in sheets are any where from 20 to 80 cents per sheet. Not too expensive.
Also check out
I found this site when Ken0042 asked about hub labels or mini labels (as called in Canada). This website has them pretty cheap.
Are they reliable? If anyone who has used this, is reading, plz post if they are good or not.
They are reliable as rental companies use them
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