PEL1772059

Dymo M25 Digital USB Postal Scale

25.00 lb / 11 kg Maximum Weight Capacity - 2" Maximum Height Measurement - Black

Reg. Price $122.39

Our Price $54.91 EachEach

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Digital USB postal scale weighs envelopes and packages up to 25 lb. (11.34 kg) - without a trip to the Post Office or mailroom. Scale connects via USB cable (included) to PC or Mac to use scale with popular online mailing and shipping software - including Endicia InstaRate and DYMO Stamps software. Compact size fits in busiest work space and stores in most desk drawers. LCD screen displays weight in accurate, easy-to-read digital format - in lb./oz. (0 lb 00.0 oz) or kg/g (0 kg 000g). Conveniences include a hold feature, tare function and an automatic shutoff that prolongs battery life. Hold feature locks the weight display for 10 seconds after item is removed from the 8" x 8" weighing platform. This feature is especially useful when a larger package or envelope blocks the display. Tare function weighs items in a container minus the weight of the container. The M25 Digital USB Postal Scale runs on USB power from your computer or three AAA batteries (not included).

  • Additional Info
SKU
PEL1772059
Manufacturer
Newell Rubbermaid, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
1772059
Brand Name
Dymo
Product Model
M25
Product Type
Digital Postal Scale
Color
Black
Maximum Weight Capacity (SI)
11 kg
Maximum Weight Capacity (Imperial)
25.00 lb
Maximum Height Measurement
2"
Measurement Type
Kilogram
Application/Usage
Packages
Features
Auto Shutoff
Display Screen Type
LED
Number of Characters
2
Interfaces/Ports
USB
Battery Size Supported
AAA
Number of Batteries Supported
3
Power Source
Battery
Weight (Approximate)
4.25 lb
Package Contents
  • M25 Digital USB Postal Scale
  • USB Cable
Recycled
No
Limited Warranty
1 Year

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Dymo M25 Digital USB Postal Scale
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

DYMO M25 is excellent

By HenryHPE

from New York NY

Pros

  • Accurate
  • Compact
  • Features well thought out
  • USB or Battery Powered

Cons

  • Expensive
  • No reference to software

Best Uses

  • Letters
  • Packages

Comments about Dymo M25 Digital USB Postal Scale:

I've been using the DYMO M25 for the better part of a year. I needed a scale that would weigh packages up to around 25 lbs. It does that very well, but is sensitive enough to weigh letters. Connected to a computer (I use a Mac) via USB and used with software such as InstaRate you can determine postage and even buy and print it, if you choose. Tech Support is excellent: in addition to phone and email, DYMO offers Chat, which I used very satisfactorily to find out about postage software, which is not mentioned in the User Guide. In sum, the DYMO M25 is a well thought out and designed postal scale, that is compact and easily stored and therefore accessible, that does what it is supposed to do very well.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

I would buy this product again and again

By Alissa the Hub Conductor

from Urbandale, IA

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Use of different labels

Cons

  • Machine is a little bulky

Best Uses

  • Envelopes
  • Folders
  • Postage
  • Shipping

Comments about Dymo M25 Digital USB Postal Scale:

I use this machine for just about everything, labels for files, shipping on boxes and envelopes and love the fact we can print postage.

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Cartridge Type
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