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Avery Clear Min Inkjet Labels 38.1x21.2 P2 Pack 25

Misco No. : 207433
Manufacturer/No: Avery / J8551-25
£18.95 Ex VAT
£22.74 Inc VAT
Availability: In stock
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Avery Clear Mini Labels are perfect for a professional individually typed look on light colored materials. They are ideal for bar coding, small item labeling and return address labels.

Product DescriptionAvery Clear Mini Label - labels - 1625 pcs.
Media TypeLabels
Media Size21.2 x 38.1 mm
Printing TechnologyInk-jet
Media ColourClear
Card / Label Qty per Sheet/Roll65
Qty of Media with Cards25 sheet(s)
Included Qty1625 pcs.

Avery Mini Inkjet Labels - J8551-25. Clear labels that virtually disappear when applied to White, coloured or textured surfaces giving an individually typed look. Label Size: 38.1x21.2mm (65-labels per sheet).

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