Pitney Bowes E707 Printer Review

Pitney Bowes E707 Personal Mailing System Printer

Pitney Bowes E707 Personal Mailing System Printer

The Pitney Bowes E707 mailing system is a printer specifically designed for addressing, weighing, and printing onto envelopes. This versatile mailing system can automatically feed, seal, imprint postage and stack uniform mail at speeds of up to 8 letters per minute.  The unique machine allows you to print perfect laser text quality postage on every envelope before you send it out. In addition, the mailing system uses Pitney Bowes’ patented Weigh on the Way technology, enabling the machine to process letters and packages of varying sizes and weights in one operation to help save time.  Pitney Bowes uses fluorescent ink cartridges which are fairly resistant smudging once dried.

The Pitney Bowes E707 ink cartridges are very easy to set up and to replace.  Each cartridge will yield approximately 3,000 impressions.  It will also process envelopes with up to 3/8 inch thickness. Being a specialized mailing system, the K 707 has an Electronic interfaced scale which weighs integrated envelope volumes up to 5 lbs., then automatically sets the exact postage required.  And to keep up to date the machine features the K707® Digital Mailing system for postage downloads, software and rate updates.

To help lower operating costs, cheap Pitney Bowes ink is available in Compatible cartridges.  The best value being offered is the Twin Pack of Compatible Pitney Bowes 769-0 Red Ink cartridges.  For individual purchase you can get the Compatible Pitney Bowes 769-0 Red Ink cartridge. Also available is a 4 Pack of 16 oz. Sealing Solution Bottles.

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