Pitney Bowes DM60 'Smart' Franking Machine

Brand:Pitney Bowes
Product Code: PB-DM60-UFM
Availability: Out Of Stock
Ex Tax: £595.00



The Pitney Bowes DM60 franking machine operates at a top speed of 15 letters per minute. A manual feeding system is used to complete this, helping to increase mail room productivity in any office environment. The DM60 franking machine also comes complete with an integrated 2.5 Kg weighing scale, detailing the most up to date Royal Mail postage rates. This will help eliminate miss payments of mail items. The Pitney Bowes DM60 franking machine also offers 'Smart Meter' technology allowing your business to use Royal Mail 'VAT' applied services and products such as 'Pre 9am Special Delivery' & 'International Airsure'.

Pitney Bowes DM60 'Smart' Franking Machine

The Pitney Bowes DM60 is an entry level franking machine, ideal for mail loads of up to 50 letters per day. This franking machine is in good working condition and is practically brand new. 305 items have been franked with this model and it is guaranteed to give the same impression as a brand new franking machine.

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Further Information about the Pitney Bowes DM60 'Smart' Franking Machine

  • Franking Speed: 15 Letters Per Minute
  • Integrated Weighing Scale: Yes, Standalone 2.5Kg
  • Smart Meter: Yes
  • Royal Mail VAT Services & Products Compliant: Yes
  • Royal Mail License: Yes
  • Connection Method for 'Top-Ups' or updates: Analogue Line (such as a fax line) or via PC USB connection
  • Postal Rate Change Update: ALL Inclusive Free of Charge with our Support & Service Agreement
  • Free Delivery and Installation: Yes
  • Ink Cartridge Cost & Yield: £48.95 for approx. 1280 Impressions (Mailcoms Pricing)
  • Ink Cartridge and Pack of Labels Supplied With Machine: Yes
  • Usage & Age: Approximately 18 Months & Light Usage

Used Franking Machines . com (Mailcoms) are an authorised distributor for Pitney Bowes and are fully approved to inspect, service and maintain Pitney Bowes franking machines by the Royal Mail.

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