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Laser Printer Compatible Window Envelopes Are Here!

March 4th, 2010

Stamps.com Store Introduces Laser Printer Compatible Window Envelopes
Window envelopes are an easy, label-free way to communicate with your customers, but without the right envelopes they can be problematic when used with laser printers. The heat from laser printers can melt the plastic in the window envelopes, which can severely damage your printer. window-envelopes2

However, there’s a solution to this problem.  The  Stamps.com Store has introduced gummed closure window envelopes with a specially formulated window designed to resist the heat of laser printers. Just insert the heat resistant envelope into your printer like normal, choose what address and postage you want printed on the envelope and hit print. Once the envelope is printed, all you’ll need to do is stuff it and send it.

Speed Up Your Monthly Invoice Process
These new envelopes are a huge time saver. Instead of manually adding the return address (via ink stamp or labels) and pasting stamps to each window envelope, you can print all of that information in one pass on your laser printer. Also, you won’t need to match letters to the delivery address on the envelopes any longer either as the address from your invoice will show through the lower-left single window.

In addition to speeding up office tasks, these new Stamps.com window envelopes add security and durability to your mailings. The envelopes have a blue security tint for extra privacy, the 24-pound white woven paper and a gummed closure that seals tightly.

Laser Printer Window Envelopes are $21.99 for a box of 500 envelopes.  Order some today!

  1. Michael Sasse
    March 11th, 2011 at 13:07 | #1

    All of our invoices go out on double window gummed #9 window envelopes. We are now 1 week into our 4-week stamps.com trial, and whether or not we continue with the service will lean heavily on when #9’s for laser printers become available. Who uses a #10 window envelope?

  2. Victoria Rimington
    February 9th, 2011 at 07:16 | #2

    I need these envelopes in the UK – any idea where I might find them?

  3. January 2nd, 2011 at 10:09 | #3

    I think the envelopes are too much. I find no real practical purpose behind using these special envelopes, but my opinion is limited to my needs only. Apparently there are many who want them so I will be waiting for #9 as well. Thanks!

  4. December 21st, 2010 at 23:49 | #4

    What brand makes these envelopes, I’m trying to find how to get them in canada?

  5. Eric Nash
    May 6th, 2010 at 07:47 | #5

    Unfortunately, we only have the #10 envelope right now. We may release other sizes in the future.

    May 4th, 2010 at 03:32 | #6

    When will these be available in the #9 envelopes?

  7. Eric Nash
    April 29th, 2010 at 09:34 | #7

    Currently, the envelope is only available in #10. However, we are looking to expand the product line to additional envelope sizes. Recently, we added a pull and seal version of the #10 window envelope. Thanks!

  8. Annabelle Ridges
    March 17th, 2010 at 08:45 | #8

    Can you please tell me if the above envelope is available on #9? Thank you.

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