Zebra Color Direct Thermal Labels


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HouseLabels Zebra/Eltron®- compatible 0.75” Core is high quality, direct thermal labels are commonly used with Datamax®, Intermec®, SATO®, Fargo®, and Zebra/Eltron® thermal desktop printers; however, they are compatible with any direct thermal label printer with a transmissive label sensor.  

HouseLabels.com® Zebra/Eltron® compatible 0.75” core are an incredibly efficient and cost-effective solution for all your high-volume labeling.  Utilizing direct thermal printing technology that prints without expensive ink or toner, you can print labels without an ink mess. Our direct thermal labels come in rolls packed with pre-sized labels which makes it easy to print one label or hundreds without the hassle of sheets, waste or label jams.

At HouseLabels.com®, we not only manufacturer our Zebra/Eltron® compatible labels with superior image quality but we also offer a variety of material, adhesive, and color options from which to select.

  • 0.75” Core zebra direct thermal labels
  • Zebra direct thermal labels dimension: 1.75” - 2.75” outside diameter
  • Perforation between labels and sensor marks (a.k.a. black lines)
  • Zebra labels are smudge-proof and water/oil resistant
  • Quality label stock, manufactured by Fasson® or Ricoh®
  • Black poly bag to protect each roll from dirt, sunlight, and scuffing
  • Value for money – buy this brand compatible product for much less than the Zebra/Eltron® product
  • BPA Free
  • 100% compatible with the following Zebra/Eltron®, Datamax®, Intermac®, SATO® and Fargo® thermal printers.

HouseLabels does not sell Zebra-branded labels. "Zebra/Eltron®", "Datamax®", "Intermac®", "SATO®" and "Fargo®" product names and SKU trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners. Zebra Technologies Corporation does not sponsor or endorse any products made or sold by HouseLabels.

BPA (bisphenol A) is an industrial chemical that has been used since the 1960s. Certain thermal paper may contain BPA. The National Toxicology Program at the Department of Health and Human Services says it has "some concern" about the possible health effects of BPA on the brain, behavior, and prostate gland of fetuses, infants, and children.