• Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
  • Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
  • Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
  • Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
  • Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches
Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches

Avery CD Labels, Matte White, 40 Disc Labels and 80 Spine Labels (8692),4.5/8 Inches

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Expected Delivery: 21-28 days

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  • CD/DVD label design kit refills.
  • Print-to-the-edge capability.
  • Perfect For Creating A Professional-Looking Label.

Customer Reviews

Best Buy for the Buck Period.Working out great!!!!! I went to the web site and downloaded the Avery software and after adjusting the printer alignment all is great. PS the software works in windows 10 and best of all its free. 5Fails to fulfill promiseI encountered two problems trying to use these labels. 1. My security software repeatedly blocked opening the Avery template after download and marked it as a potential threat. (I have encountered this problem with other templates from the Avery website.) I used the one provided with MS Word. 2. The paper is very lightweight so when you peel the label from the backing sheet the label curls up - and then cannot be laid down flat to use with the applicator. The labels that came with CD Stomper in the past were heavier and I had no problem applying them. I cannot understand the positive comments about this item being easy to apply. I'll look for heavier weight paper. Unfortunately, the layout on the old labels I have is different from the template in Word. Otherwise, I would use them. I urge caution here. 2Templates are TERRIBLE!Labels are fine but the templates ARE HORRIBLE! Even with bleed room, it doesnt put it on the circle. I've been making CD for YEARS. This isn't my first time creating cd covers. I'm super disappointed on how poorly the templates are in this program considering its name brand! 1TediousThere is probably an App to format the CD label, but I couldn't find it. Instead, I used a Word template and manually formatted the Title, Artist and list of songs for every CD that I burned. That is a very tedious process due to font size, spacing and presentation. Note - I did find an App that created a color label but it looked terrible on my black and white printer. 4WORKS GREATGreat labels feed and take decent (but not stellar) color imprint. If you want colors to pop try the gloss (which they were out of when I ordered).But they fed into my HP smoothly without ever a hitch, even on those rush jobs where sheer exertion seems to foul up the electronics. Its just that the color in these MATT labels is a bit flat for my tastes. Would be great if I was doing light earthy tones instead of going for a plastic gloss color, so its not at all the fault of the label. Good product. 4New and not-so-improvedI've purchased these labels several times before over the years, and I'd previously been happy with my purchases. But I noticed almost immediately that these labels were less substantial (i.e., thinner and flimsier) than previous editions. That, in and of itself, would not have been cause for concern except that they were more difficult to remove from their backing, and in the process of trying to remove one, I ripped it, which had to be discarded. After I printed a replacement for it, the next one was drawn by static electricity to the disc. Even though I was using Avery's label applicator, the label wound up off center...so much so that I had to throw it and the disc I had just burned in the trash. Zero for two at this point.Needless to say, I was far more careful with later attempts, and I managed to complete the remainder without incident. But as they say, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." Well, they "fixed" it and not for the better. I'm just glad that I didn't pay $24 for them at Office Depot. I can afford to sacrifice a few labels at $10 a package, but I don't understand how there can be such a large disparity in the cost. They're just labels. 3Easy to use once you have a templateI found these labels to be pretty straightforward to use and they seem like they will hold up to extended use. The first thing you need to do is get software to print with. You'll have varying results depending on what you choose but I want with Open Office because I already had it installed. To get a template I searched Google for "Avery 8692 template" and it was the first result. The only issue I had was that I couldn't get it to print the side labels, but that is that fault of my software; not the labels. Go ahead and download the DesignPro software. I'd imagine it works well as Avery recommends it. I have a laser printer and while these are labeled for ink-jet, they worked just fine.Each sheet has two CD labels and four case side labels. These side labels fit perfectly on the side of your average commercial CD case, not the thin ones. I found that the best way to apply any of them was to start in the middle. For the actual CD label, I grabbed opposite edges and pushed them slightly together so the center would be lower. I then placed it just off the surface of the CD until the inside edge of the label lined up with the inside edge of the image already on the disc and softly set it down. I pretty much let it go at that point and it started to fall into place. Then I gave it a quick rub from the inside to the outside and was finished.The surface of the labels is ever so slightly smoother than your average printer paper. Nothing close to glossy though, you'll never see any glare. For those of you wondering about how well the adhesive will hold up; you have nothing to worry about. I ruined my first set of labels when I peeled off the first one and then promptly dropped it 3 inches onto the other one. I tried to slowly peel it off but it already had a good hold. For round two I held on better and once I laid the label on the disc, a quick run over with my fingers inspired confidence that it wouldn't be coming off any time soon.Avery has been making office products for many years and it shows in this product. I can think of no con to this. The labels were exactly as described, worked great, and make me what to see what else they have that I could use. Would recommend. 5Quite good using LibreOffice in LinuxA docx template is available on Avery's website. It exports perfectly to a .ott. To position elements correctly you need to add two circles to the template for the outer edge and inner core.These are a very clever design. A perforated square includes the disc label. You position the label using the jewel case edge. As you can see from the image I was still a tiny bit off. 5Easy to place on CD/DVDs i did no use any ...Easy to place on CD/DVDs i did no use any tool. I made about 30 DVD copies and printed black and white font on them. The matt finish was great. they do not have any trouble reading on a computer or blu ray player. I was even able to adhere the label before burning and it was completely fine. Great product.My printer is a bottom tray feeding printer and it had trouble feeding the thick stock, so i had to print one sheet at a time, but that might be my own printer's problems. 5The website is also very easy to use to design labelsJust what I needed. The website is also very easy to use to design labels. Just don't waste your money on the $10 label applicator. I just use the spindle that my blank CD's came on...put the label on the spindle sticky side up, drop the CD on it. It sometimes it off by a few milimeters, but for the project I am doing it really doesn't matter. 5
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  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • CD/DVD label design kit refills.
  • Print-to-the-edge capability.
  • Perfect For Creating A Professional-Looking Label.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best Buy for the Buck Period.Working out great!!!!! I went to the web site and downloaded the Avery software and after adjusting the printer alignment all is great. PS the software works in windows 10 and best of all its free. 5Fails to fulfill promiseI encountered two problems trying to use these labels. 1. My security software repeatedly blocked opening the Avery template after download and marked it as a potential threat. (I have encountered this problem with other templates from the Avery website.) I used the one provided with MS Word. 2. The paper is very lightweight so when you peel the label from the backing sheet the label curls up - and then cannot be laid down flat to use with the applicator. The labels that came with CD Stomper in the past were heavier and I had no problem applying them. I cannot understand the positive comments about this item being easy to apply. I'll look for heavier weight paper. Unfortunately, the layout on the old labels I have is different from the template in Word. Otherwise, I would use them. I urge caution here. 2Templates are TERRIBLE!Labels are fine but the templates ARE HORRIBLE! Even with bleed room, it doesnt put it on the circle. I've been making CD for YEARS. This isn't my first time creating cd covers. I'm super disappointed on how poorly the templates are in this program considering its name brand! 1TediousThere is probably an App to format the CD label, but I couldn't find it. Instead, I used a Word template and manually formatted the Title, Artist and list of songs for every CD that I burned. That is a very tedious process due to font size, spacing and presentation. Note - I did find an App that created a color label but it looked terrible on my black and white printer. 4WORKS GREATGreat labels feed and take decent (but not stellar) color imprint. If you want colors to pop try the gloss (which they were out of when I ordered).But they fed into my HP smoothly without ever a hitch, even on those rush jobs where sheer exertion seems to foul up the electronics. Its just that the color in these MATT labels is a bit flat for my tastes. Would be great if I was doing light earthy tones instead of going for a plastic gloss color, so its not at all the fault of the label. Good product. 4New and not-so-improvedI've purchased these labels several times before over the years, and I'd previously been happy with my purchases. But I noticed almost immediately that these labels were less substantial (i.e., thinner and flimsier) than previous editions. That, in and of itself, would not have been cause for concern except that they were more difficult to remove from their backing, and in the process of trying to remove one, I ripped it, which had to be discarded. After I printed a replacement for it, the next one was drawn by static electricity to the disc. Even though I was using Avery's label applicator, the label wound up off center...so much so that I had to throw it and the disc I had just burned in the trash. Zero for two at this point.Needless to say, I was far more careful with later attempts, and I managed to complete the remainder without incident. But as they say, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." Well, they "fixed" it and not for the better. I'm just glad that I didn't pay $24 for them at Office Depot. I can afford to sacrifice a few labels at $10 a package, but I don't understand how there can be such a large disparity in the cost. They're just labels. 3Easy to use once you have a templateI found these labels to be pretty straightforward to use and they seem like they will hold up to extended use. The first thing you need to do is get software to print with. You'll have varying results depending on what you choose but I want with Open Office because I already had it installed. To get a template I searched Google for "Avery 8692 template" and it was the first result. The only issue I had was that I couldn't get it to print the side labels, but that is that fault of my software; not the labels. Go ahead and download the DesignPro software. I'd imagine it works well as Avery recommends it. I have a laser printer and while these are labeled for ink-jet, they worked just fine.Each sheet has two CD labels and four case side labels. These side labels fit perfectly on the side of your average commercial CD case, not the thin ones. I found that the best way to apply any of them was to start in the middle. For the actual CD label, I grabbed opposite edges and pushed them slightly together so the center would be lower. I then placed it just off the surface of the CD until the inside edge of the label lined up with the inside edge of the image already on the disc and softly set it down. I pretty much let it go at that point and it started to fall into place. Then I gave it a quick rub from the inside to the outside and was finished.The surface of the labels is ever so slightly smoother than your average printer paper. Nothing close to glossy though, you'll never see any glare. For those of you wondering about how well the adhesive will hold up; you have nothing to worry about. I ruined my first set of labels when I peeled off the first one and then promptly dropped it 3 inches onto the other one. I tried to slowly peel it off but it already had a good hold. For round two I held on better and once I laid the label on the disc, a quick run over with my fingers inspired confidence that it wouldn't be coming off any time soon.Avery has been making office products for many years and it shows in this product. I can think of no con to this. The labels were exactly as described, worked great, and make me what to see what else they have that I could use. Would recommend. 5Quite good using LibreOffice in LinuxA docx template is available on Avery's website. It exports perfectly to a .ott. To position elements correctly you need to add two circles to the template for the outer edge and inner core.These are a very clever design. A perforated square includes the disc label. You position the label using the jewel case edge. As you can see from the image I was still a tiny bit off. 5Easy to place on CD/DVDs i did no use any ...Easy to place on CD/DVDs i did no use any tool. I made about 30 DVD copies and printed black and white font on them. The matt finish was great. they do not have any trouble reading on a computer or blu ray player. I was even able to adhere the label before burning and it was completely fine. Great product.My printer is a bottom tray feeding printer and it had trouble feeding the thick stock, so i had to print one sheet at a time, but that might be my own printer's problems. 5The website is also very easy to use to design labelsJust what I needed. The website is also very easy to use to design labels. Just don't waste your money on the $10 label applicator. I just use the spindle that my blank CD's came on...put the label on the spindle sticky side up, drop the CD on it. It sometimes it off by a few milimeters, but for the project I am doing it really doesn't matter. 5
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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