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1. DYMO LabelWriter LW330 Turbo Label
$47.49 $36.08 list($99.95)
2. Brother PT-1750 Electronic Labeling
$94.99 $76.99 list($149.99)
3. DYMO LabelWriter 330 Label Printer
$132.99 list($139.99)
4. Primera Signature Z1 CD/DVD Label
$69.99 list($129.99)
5. Brother PT-2600 Labeling System
$27.07 $19.00 list($49.99)
6. Brother PT-65 P-Touch Home and
$10.02 $8.29 list($19.99)
7. Brother TZ231 1/2" Labeling Tape
Too low to display $113.04 list($279.95)
8. Brother PT-2610 Labeling System
$139.99 list($279.99)
9. Seiko 2IN USB/Ser Smart Label
$115.89 $108.13 list($199.99)
10. Brother P-Touch PT-18R Rechargeable
$1,110.00 list($1,295.00)
11. RIMAGE CORPORATION 520201-001
$84.54 $69.99 list($109.99)
12. Casio CW-50 CD Title Printer
$120.64 $119.65 list($249.99)
13. Brother P-Touch PT-1650 Label
$14.99 $14.50 list($24.99)
14. DYMO 30252 Address Labels for
$283.09 $259.75 list()
15. PT9500PC P-touch Label Makerdesktop
$87.30 $77.00 list($119.99)
16. Brother P-Touch QL-500 Manual-Cut
$128.24 $107.99 list($199.95)
17. Brother P-Touch QL-550 Quick PC
$107.34 $94.68 list($199.99)
18. Seiko Smart Label 100 1" Label
$72.19 $64.99 list($129.99)
19. Brother PT-1950 Desktop 5-Line
$21.84 $19.97 list($49.99)
20. DYMO LetraTag 11944 Electronic

1. DYMO LabelWriter LW330 Turbo Label Printer
by DYMO
list price: $199.99
our price: $123.49
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Asin: B00005IBSP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 10929
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The LabelWriter 330 Turbo is the fastest label printer available, printing most labels in just 2 seconds! Handles more than 40 standard label sizes up to 2.3" (56mm) wide, including address, Internet postage, shipping, file folder, disk, video, name badge, cassette, ZIP disk, and many more. The Turbo comes with easy to use DYMO Label Software, integrates directly with Microsoft Word, Outlook, the Palm Desktop, GoldMine, ACT, CardScan and TeleMagic, and works with all other software through standard print drivers. ... Read more

Features

  • Prints label in 2 seconds
  • Print labels without a printer
  • Does not use ribbons, toner, or ink cartridges
  • Resolution of 300 dots per inch
  • Prints labels up to 2.3 inches wide

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars Does what it is supposed to do
First, I do not use the software included.I use the LabelWriter with FileMaker, so it took me a bit longer to set up a layout that prints perfectly onto the labels.I only use the file folder labels, and I simply go to my FileMaker file, type in one or several labels and click print.As soon as the print dialog goes away (about 2 seconds), the LabelWriter Turbo 330 starts rolling out labels.It is great for printing folder labels one at a time.

Also, I like the fact that it does not take a print cartridge, so i dont know how long it will last, but I've been using mine over a year with no problem.

If you are kind of obsessive about having all of your file folders organized and labeled neatly, this is the printer for you.It's very fast (about twice as fast as my old LabelWriter 300, which finally wore out after about 2-3 years of use).It does work, you will enjoy using it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Machine
This label printer is terriffic.When I need to print a quick shipping label from an invoice it takes a couple of mouseclickes.Gets info from Palm, Quickbooks and Word.I tested the rest now I reccomending the best.Worth every penny!!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE LITTLE PRINTER THAT COULD
I sell items on Ebay and Amazon and this little printer coupled with online postage has streamlined my order fufullment process extensively. What use to take me a few hours in the evening can now be done in a lot less time. I love it. I bought mine new from a seller on ebay for $99. That price can't be beat anywhere and for the job it does I wouldn't have been mad if I had to pay more. It's worth it. The labels can be pricey but I have been able to buy them for a fraction of the cost here on Amazon from Marketplace sellers. I just ordered four rolls tha retail for $13.95 on Amazon for $6.00 apeice. With shipping it comes to about $9.00 dollars apeice. Can't be beat. The bargins are out there, you just have to be willing to look. I don't believe in paying retail for anything. Check out my Zshop for savings on video games. portcityplaya is my name here on amazon and on ebay. Get one of these printers and you won't be sorry.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great labeler and now with $50.
Great product. Take advantage (...) good till end of year. This price at Amazon after (...) far away the best pricing I could locate.
Able to print photos/graphics on address label for emphasis on business mailings.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little machine
I just received mine the other day; it is great.It takes a little getting used to, but you shouldn't have a problem if you have a good working knowledge of computer equipment.

I use Stamps.com, and it integrated beautifully with that service.It was a little tricky getting it to work with ACT! 6.0 2004.You do need to change some settings, and make sure you get every character (including the necessary spaces) correct.Once it is done, you will have a icon and can print right off ACT!.That is good because you can log your history of what you mailed.I called the technical support line, and they walked me right through it. The customer/technical support on Dymo's website is very helpful too.

As a small business owner, I need to control my costs.The supplies for this printer are not cheap, the time savings and professional results justify it.Like the previous reviewer, I recommend that you shop around.I ordered mine from Office Max (a client sent me a giftcard); it was $189 with free shipping. ... Read more


2. Brother PT-1750 Electronic Labeling System
by Brother
list price: $99.95
our price: $47.49
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Asin: B00005K4PO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 7543
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Brother PT-1750 delivers both consistent quality and tremendous versatility. It uses the TZ series of label tape, which come in a variety of sizes and colors, all with a strong adhesive back and a virtually weatherproof laminated surface. On wider tapes, you can create two-line printing, or a single line up to 26-point text; all sizes of tape are ready for jazzy options such as underlining or framing.

With a sturdy keyboard, simple cassette-style tape cartridges, and an included tape-separating tool, the PT-1750 is a workhorse that's ready to go, right out of the box. It's designed for use either at home or in any office or retail setting.

What's in the Box
PT-1750 labeler, 1/2" TZ white laminated tape cartridge, instructions, promotional materials, warranty/service information; AA batteries and power adapter are not included

From the Manufacturer
The perfect P-touch system to get your organization started, the PT-1750 delivers the performance and quality you need to create basic laminated labels at a personal price.

Suited to your home/office label needs, the PT-1750 has a 15-character LCD display for easy editing and comes with a variety of type styles and sizes as well as a text framing and underlining feature that lets you add creativity and emphasis to your labels.

Features:

  • Up to two-line printing
  • Uses 1/4", 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" tape widths
  • One convenient font
  • Eight type styles (normal, bold, outline, shadow, italic, italic bold, italic outline and italic shadow)
  • Six type sizes - 11 point to 26 point
  • 15-character LCD display
  • Operates on batteries or AC power adapter (neither included)
  • Lightweight, portable design
The PT-1750 includes one black on clear "TZ" tape and operates on six "AA" batteries (not included) ... Read more

Features

  • Auto power off
  • 15-character LCD
  • Two-line printing
  • Prints up to 26 points
  • Auto-underline, frame, vertical, and mirror printing

Reviews (10)

1-0 out of 5 stars Wasted tape is a big problem
It is obvious that Brother designed this labeler to waste tape.I bought the labeler because I wanted to implement the Getting Things Done System.I find the labeler useful but I am very annoyed that Brother made the labeler is such a way as to force people to buy as much of their tape as possible.The reviewer Rick Galati is completely wrong.There is always wasted tape no matter what adjustment you make and the wasted tape is usually substantial.There is absolutely no way to prevent the labeller from wasting tape.No matter what setting of the margins you use the labeler will always print out an margin on the left side.There is a margin setting called "NONE" but even this prints out a sizable margin on the left side.The worst thing though is that if you use the settings which reduce margins than you no longer have the text centered in the label.Instead there will be a margin on the left side but no margin on the right side.Thus you have to cut the tape in order to center the text which is a big hassle.In fact I just use the labeler with the margin settings set to "FULL" because I don't want to bother having to cut the tape myself.Brother could easily of made the labeller in such a way as to reduce the margins but they didn't.I can only include that they did this on purpose to get people to buy more tape.The tapes themselves are about 20 dollars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good capability, fair price
I was looking for an inexpensive, yet high quality, long lasting, and durable way to identify dozens upon dozens of electrical wires behind the instrument panel of my airplane. A fellow pilot made me aware of the family of small electronic labelers available in the marketplace. The Brother 1750 fits my needs perfectly. Offering two lines of crisp, highly readable print gives a professional appearance to all labeling needs. My experience is quite different than some reviewers who have complained about wasted tape. In fact, I found that little wasted tape is generated if you simply adjust the margins to a particular task and this option is clearly spelled out in the instruction booklet. Since I purchased the 1750, I have found many uses for it around the home office and I wonder how I got by without one in the past! My only complaint about the keyboard is that among the characters, it does not offer a dash or hyphen, so when one isrequired, I find myself using a star instead. That is a minor complaint though.The Brother 1750 gets considerable mileage on AA battery power alone, so I have not felt the need to purchase the adapter.

1-0 out of 5 stars A few problems
I just purchased this product. In the instruction manual, it states that only the Brother AC adapter should be used and any other will invalidate the warranty. Why is it that only a Brother adapter can be used when AC adapters are supposed to be standard? A tactic to increase sales? The adapter itself costs an additional 15 to 20 dollars. In addition, I agree with some of the other reviewers that a significant amount of label is wasted with each printing due to the empty space on either side that must be cut off. The 2 line printing does look very nice. I have not used many of the other features and so cannot comment on those.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have!
Once you have one, you'll find more uses for it than you ever dreamed possible!I use mine constantly.I wish I had bought one YEARS ago. Works great!

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but...
I really like everything about it, except one big thing.It wastes a lot of blank label with each print.The replacement labels are costly and it leaves me wondering if Brother designed it that way to boost sales of replacement label cartridges.I am always cutting off the excess and wondering how much money is going down the drain each time. ... Read more


3. DYMO LabelWriter 330 Label Printer
by DYMO
list price: $149.99
our price: $94.99
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Asin: B00005AT7T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 6402
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The DYMO LabelWriter 330 is a compact printer designed to print labels directly from your PC, so there's no more fussing with trying to load label sheets into your normal document printer. With the LabelWriter's resolution of 300 dpi, your labels will come out crisp and clearly legible, whether you're printing nametags, address labels, or barcodes.

The 330 can print directly from many standard business applications such as Word and Outlook, so you can use a variety of fonts and print sizes, and even add pictures. Less than 5 inches across, and weighing less than 5 pounds, it fits snugly on even small desks. It comes with all cables, as well as the software and labels to get you started. DYMO provides a one-year warranty on parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes more than 40 built-in label templates
  • Prints high-quality 300 dpi labels
  • Direct thermal technology eliminates ink, ribbon, and toner
  • Resizes text on labels for a perfect fit
  • Built-in database saves labels for instant recall

Reviews (34)

2-0 out of 5 stars DYMO label smears problem being ignored
I was a great fan of my Dymo until I realized that many of the labels smear because of the heat when being processed at the Post Office. If you put the label where you would usually put the address of someone you are mailing, the label will smear badly and become unreadable. I've brought the problem up to Dymo several times but have never received an adequate explanation of what they are doing to solve the problem. This is a serious problem since there is a chance many letters may not be getting through. I now use my Dymo only for labeling files and return addresses... I wondered why I did not get responses from people I sent letters to.. apparently the never got them...Send a few test envelopes to yourself to see the extent of the problem...

5-0 out of 5 stars An invaluable tool for organizing your workplace
I just bought my second Dymo 330. I did not realize how much I used and relied upon this little machine until the motor decided to die. Suddenly I am hand writing file labels, package address labels, etc. Not only does my output lack the professional touch, it is taking me longer to do the work I need to get done. This little jewel prints file labes, address labels, postage, name badges and so much more. It proveds full zip plus four addresses using the Post Office's data base and then puts the appropriate bar code on your labels thereby improving your packages probability of getting there. Just buy one and you will never regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A little noisy, but otherwise great
I use this printer almost exclusively as a postage printer. I've changed out labels and printed mailing labels and such, but its really easier to that sort of thing on the laser. The great thing about using this as a postage printer is it works the "one at a time" label system perfectly. In fact, for many labels, you are much better off tearing them off after they've printed -- at least if you are going to keep them separate.

There are two small issues that can be of some concern. First, is the noise. Its by no means unbearable, but I wouldn't kick off this printer if you are, say, doing audio recording in the same room. The noise thing is more of a slight annoyance than a problem. The other minor issue is this printer doesn't work well attached to a USB hub. Its one that really needs to be plugged into a port on the machine. That's no problem if you have 4-8 ports, but if you are using a laptop, you may have to shuffle things back and forth, depending on your other devices. I have to do that, and it really isn't that big a problem.

Be sure and install the software that comes with the printer before trying to attach the printer to the machine. It will come up via Plug and play, but if the drivers are already loaded, you will be much better off. This printer beats the heck out of using a Pitney Bowes postage meter for small office mailing. Those meters with their cartridges that last for 30 (yes, that's correct, only 30 printings; about a buck a print) are way more expensive than this printer with labels that cost, roughly, 10 cents (at the most) each.

5-0 out of 5 stars One Great Machine
Everyone should have one of these beside their computer. It is an essential tool in getting organized! I just ordered my third one --- one for work, one for my assistant at work and one for my home office.

4-0 out of 5 stars XP installation non-problem
My organization recently borrowed this printer for a job fair we were running. The person testing the system did not get any documentation so he just attached the printer to his XP machine and could not print. I don't know what the documentation says, but over the phone I told him how to download the drivers from the Dymo site. We then used the Windows "add printer" utility with the "have disk" option and it worked fine. Perhaps people who have had problems assumed XP already had the drivers? ... Read more


4. Primera Signature Z1 CD/DVD Label Printer
by PRIMERA TECHNOLOGY (PRINTERS)
list price: $139.99
our price: $132.99
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Asin: B0002SQ2IY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PRIMERA TECHNOLOGY (PRINTERS)
Sales Rank: 9506
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

You'll never have to use sticky labels (expensive, hard to apply and potentially damaging to players) or a marking pen (not very professional looking) ... Read more

Features

  • USB interface, includes cables and software
  • Print labels directly onto your CDs and DVDs
  • Thermal transfer technology for professional look
  • Prints both text and graphics, uses any font or graphic on your PC
  • Automatically rotates to print in 4 areas of the disc

Reviews (8)

2-0 out of 5 stars When it works, it works...When it fails, you have to RMA it.
05/2005 - We have had this printer for 6 months. The one we received from the company did not work when it arrived (the printer head would not move). I had to RMA it. The replacement unit worked fine for a month. Then it stopped working also, and would not respond (would act as if it was printing but not print anything on the discs). I tried replacing the ink ribbon, but no change. I had to RMA it. The replacement unit worked fine for 3 months when we used it. Now it is not working AGAIN (the printer head will not move/print/change cartridge). I am calling the company to see if I can still get another RMA.

We only print on CDs occassionaly (10 CDs every few weeks).

The company tech support is helpful but has long telephone hold-times on NON 800 phone number. They did tell me they do not repair the units, the just send a new unit after determining that your unit is bad.

The unit price is not worth it if its product life is only a few months. I would NOT recommend this unit.

2-0 out of 5 stars Cheap, ok quality but goodluck...
I got this printer from Rima and now returning it. It's a cheap thermal printer compares with any others. Very light weight with ok printing quality which is still a great deal. I used it twice printed out 8 labels and it's broken now. It wouldn't detect the cartridge in the printer, when I choose change cartridge, the head won't even move to the rest area for cartridge replacement. A pop up says "The Main Switch is Off, Please switch back power supply and try again"... this made no sense, this thing is simple enough with 1 switch. Anyway, I restarted everything and try other machine, same result... The tech doesn't help out at all... I hope this is only an individual case. But I'd like to warn everyone, this might happen.

5-0 out of 5 stars Does a great job for the price
I've printed about a dozen discs w/ the Z1, so I feel qualified to give a mini review.First, let me say that this little disc printer does a great job given its price.Anyone complaining that the text rubs off must not be doing something right, because you really, really have to rub it w/ your finger to get it to smudge.And this is even right after printing.

Some notes about the package:

1. Print quality is excellent unless you print really small font stuff or complicated graphics.The way it rotates the disc to print in all 4 areas works flawlessly.

2. There is not a hard on/off switch, so if you don't want it coming on each time you turn on your computer, you'll need to unplug either the power or the USB.No big deal.

3. The printing software is easy to understand, but a little klunky.e.g. if you want to make the entire window bigger to see what you're doing, you click the "Zoom In" button, but each click barely makes a difference.Also, the software requires the .NET framework be installed.Now, it's beyond me why ANY printer would need that installed, but alas, it does.The bad news is that the installation of .NET on a single-user Windows XP machine will result in you having to click your name to login upon bootup whereas before it would just go all the way to the desktop when you turned your computer on.The good news it that you can delete the guest account that gets created, and the disc printing program still works fine.

4. I have several types of discs that I've tried out w/ the printer, and the ones that are matte finish are definitely worse than the slick super-shiny kind.The matte finish discs result in text that is not really black.The edges look a little fuzzy, and the fill isn't solid.Now, with the other style discs, slick, super-shiny discs (shiny silver on the writing surface, and a smooth, slick clear layer on top), the printing is much, much better.It borders on professional looking text.(The text itself, not what the printer is capable of in total)

5. The ability to save disc designs is great and works flawlessly.Most everything else about the printing application is easy to understand.

Overall, I am very pleased with the Z1.It serves my needs perfectly.And compared to the cheaper Casio printer, this one seems to have a lower per-disc cost based on the replacement cartridges.

4-0 out of 5 stars An inexpensive alternative to CD labels
Trying to put a paper label on a CD is not only a hassle, but if you don't get it right, the label can jam up your CD mechanism.

Currently there are two types of CD/DVD printers, thermal and ink jet. Thermal has at least three advantages over ink jet.First off, thermal printers are less expensive than ink jets.Add to that is the fact that you don't need to use expensive "printable" CD's, thermal printers work great on the cheapest blank CDR's. Finally, thermal print is more durable, it doesn't rub off as easily as ink jet print.

I chose this one over the Casio CW100 because the Primera prints on all 4 quadrants, whereas the Casio only prints along the top and bottom of the CD, not the sides.

The Primera label design software is easy to use. I did notice that it's not exactly WYSIWYG, the printed text appears smaller on the actual CD than you would expect from the design screen.Printed text was smooth and gives your CDs a professional look.

I was disappointed with the "graphics" feature.Don't expect too much, with only a single color and 200 dpi you will need to simplify your graphics.Think back to the rudimentary graphics on your 1980's IBM-PC monochrome monitor, that's about what you get.

Overall I am happy with my printer, it does exactly what I hoped it would do.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, great value
I have made about 200 CDs with the Signature Z1. The results are exactly as promised. Yes, you can see the pixels at 200 dpi, but you have to look hard. I already have "my money back" vs. commercial CD duplication.

There is no problem with ink adherance to CD blanks designed for thermal printing. With good blanks the spoilage rate is less than 5%, and that's being picky. It even prints cheaper blanks with only slight rub-off problems.

The Signature Z1 is nominally a monocolor printer but I have made CDs in which the logo field is red and the other three fields are black. It requires two passes through the printer.

My only complaint: the hub-gripper does not always want to release the CD. I found a painless workaround: drop a blank CD over the printed CD to push the pins back, then lift them both off together. At last, a use for the transparent CDs that are found at the top and bottom of each spindle! ... Read more


5. Brother PT-2600 Labeling System
by Brother
list price: $129.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00006LS81
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 2845
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The P-touch® PT-2600 is the only electronic labeling system in the world that prints both P-touch® laminated labels and Avery® die cut address, return address and file folder labels one at a time just by switching label cassettes. Sometimes you need just one or two Avery® labels to mail a package, address a letter or identify a file folder. The PT-2600 can do it with no problem!

The PT-2600 delivers high quality labels either as a portable stand-alone unit or as a computer label printer. It can be connected to a PC or Mac so that virtually any graphics, signatures, logos, type fonts or images created on your computer can be made into a professional looking label.

Features

  • Up to 7-line printing
  • Uses 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4" and 1" tape widths
  • 8 fonts & 10 type styles - normal, outline, bold, solid, shadow (each can be combined with italic) and vertical
  • 8 type sizes - 6 point to 62 point
  • 20 character LCD display
  • 7 bar code symbology fonts
  • Auto cutter
  • Avery label printing feature
... Read more

Features

  • 1-year warranty
  • Uses up to 1-inch laminated tape
  • Built in auto-cutter
  • Connects to your PC or Mac
  • Up to 640 type variations

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the best, with one small caveat
If your reading this, you're looking for a good Labeling System.If you want a "stand-alone" item (which even can hook into your computer) this is the best of both worlds.I use the Brother PT-2600 mostly as a stand alone unit.The few times I used it withmy Mac G4, it gave many options---most of which I did not need, so I prefer to use itwithout the computer (although I keep the USB plug connected).I've used mine for nearly a year with zero problems and without the battery eliminator.It's still usingthe original batteries (it doestake 8 AAs).Now, let me address the "caveat".I had a need to usegold and silver backed foil labels with black ink.Brother does NOT make such a product.They make Gold Ink on BLACK background (which looks worse than terrible).It is for this reason I purchased the DYMO LabelManager-150.Its smaller than the PT Brother series, only takes 5 AA batteries, and it too is stillrunning on the same battery pack I received when I purchased the item a year ago (about 1 month after I purchased the PT-2600 Brother.In my review of the DYMO Labeler I only rated it four stars because it does not have an automatic "cutter" whichcuts the label after you've printed it. You simple push a "cut" button and it cuts the label for you.It DOES feed the label out, however.The brother unit does this all for you, including cutting the label so the labelsimply drops on the desk or into your hand (no doubt this is why the BROTHERrequires 8 batteries and the DYMO only 5).
Bottom line:Unless your a perfectionist like myself---I simply had to have that lovely "gold plated" background look on labels for a specific ongoingproject ---than purchase the Brother.It has every format, even address mailing labels (the DYMO does NOT have that feature).For myself--- I had to have both.
I trust this review has given you some added insight intothis product!

5-0 out of 5 stars A great labeling system
My boss bought one of these things for the office as part of an effort to keep things organized and identified. While I resented this new part of my job description, I found the Brother PT-2600 Labeling machine easy to use and extremely handy. I eventually bought one for myself for my home office. Now all my manuscripts, floppies, CDs, and tapes are clearly labeled. It's a great tool! ... Read more


6. Brother PT-65 P-Touch Home and Hobby Labeler with LCD Screen
by Brother
list price: $49.99
our price: $27.07
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004VVIX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 724
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Everything flows more smoothly when you have a system, and you'll discover, whether around the house or office, that the Brother PT-65 P-Touch Home and Hobby labeler helps you categorize, customize, and streamline your entire operation. Produce labels on 9- or 12-millimeter-width M tape for lasting labeling of shelves, storage boxes, cabinets, and archives.

The PT-65 P-Touch labeler is designed to print up to two lines in 200 dpi, with 8-by-1 LCD display, on nonlaminated tape. The maximum printable height is 6.8 millimeters in one font plus nine symbols. Plus, you can make multiples (up to nine copies) for added convenience. A QWERTY keyboard aids comfortable typing. It is so easy to use, the kids will want to label their gear, sports equipment, and school supplies. You'll use it in the garage, storage shed, and home office. Powered by six AA batteries, the small and light Brother PT-65 P-Touch Home and Hobby labeler is eminently portable, allowing you to create labels wherever you need organizing. --Barbara Price ... Read more

Features

  • Package includes 1 tape
  • Uses nonlaminated M tapes
  • 200 dpi resolution
  • QWERTY keyboard
  • Prints up to 9 copies of the same label

Reviews (33)

4-0 out of 5 stars "Reverse Table Technique" For Peeling Off Backing
1 star taken off because of the difficulty in peeling off the backing.

I would like to extend the "Table Technique" for peeling off the backing, mentioned earlier. The idea is to hold the label against a table, then scratch off the label at one of the edges.

While a useful technique, it has two problems: (1) the label curls upwards, so it is hard to hold the label edge against the table, and (2) scratching off the label will almost certainly damage the label.

Thus I would like to propose a novel extension to the "Table Technique", called the "Reverse Table Technique". It's exactly the same as the Table Technique, but you put the label *face down*. This eliminates the two problems: (1) the label curls downwards, so it remains flat against the table, and (2) scratching off the backing will damage the backing, which doesn't matter.

3-0 out of 5 stars What you should know before you buy
well the price of the unit is cheap but the label tape is expensive. it advances the tape more than necessary before and after the label which ends up being about an inch of wasted tape per label.

it can do two lines on the smallest text setting but aligns to the left side.

the labels can be hard to peel as there is no feature to help you peel them whatsover.

BIG plus as you can see its standard qwerty setup. it's easy to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars How do you rate a label maker?
It makes labels.It is easy to use.Oh, and it makes labels.

Great product, brings out the OCD freak in me when I have it in my hands.

4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive Tool for Making High-Quality Labels
The Brother PT-65 is an excellent tool for creating labels without breaking the bank.I was inspired to purchase a labeler after reading David Allen's book, "Getting Things Done."I use this labeler about 3-4 times per week to label filing folders at work.The label output is long-lasting and easy to read.The labeler is a bit loud when printing, but that's secondary.I also wish it accomodated an external power supply, but the batteries have lasted for over 3 months without any signs of wear.The unit is selling for $20 at the time of this review, so how can you go wrong?I highly recommend this labeler to anyone looking for a home- or small-office labeler on a tight budget.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy
This is a great little machine.Small footprint.I like that it is battery powered.I don't have to mess with another power supply, cords and plugs.Can just drop it in my briefcase and go.Some folks have complained about difficulty peeling the backing off the tape.If you work at it by peeling the label off the backing, you will find it is much easier. The labels work great for file folders, which is the use for which I bought the PT-65.So much easier than having to fire up a computer and a printer.The QWERTY keyboard makes finding the right key an easy task.And learning how to do CAPS and numbers, symbols, etc. is pretty intuitive, though it does help to read the instruction book.Once you read the book, you won't have to go back to it.All in all, a nice piece of work, Brother. And Amazon's price can't be beat.Terrifc deal. ... Read more


7. Brother TZ231 1/2" Labeling Tape (26.2', Black on White)
by Brother
list price: $19.99
our price: $10.02
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Asin: B00000K13A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 587
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

For use with: PT1100, PT1170, PT1200, PT1300, PT1500PC, PT1700, PT1750, PT1800, PT1810, PT200, PT2200, PT2210, PT2300, PT2400, PT2410, PT2500PC, PT300, PT300B, PT310, PT310B, PT320, PT330, PT340, PT350, PT520, PT530, PT540, PT550, PT580C, PT9200DX, PT9200PC, PT9400, ST1150, ST1150DX, ST5 ... Read more

Features

  • Adhesive backing
  • Laminated tape
  • Black print on white background
  • 0.5 inches wide
  • For use with Brother labellers PT-200 and PT-1200

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Tape so fantastic they shoud invent a new name for it.
This tape is fantastic! I love it! It comes packaged in 100% cellophane AND bubblepack. Wow, are the folks at Brother thourough or what! Two actual layers of protection between you and the UPS guy!

But the best part about this tape--it has adhesive on the back! And it's not the type you have to lick--it acually sticks by itself! Wow, how did they figure that one out? Although, personally, I prefer the lickable type. but, hey, what do I know?

5-0 out of 5 stars Makes labeling effortless
As a previous reviewer wrote, it's tape--what else is there to say?This size is very convenient for labeling lots of things around the house: DVDs, CDs, cables, boxes, drawers. The black-on-white type is very easy to read, and the adhesive works well. My only gripe, and it's minor, is the fiendish amount of dexterity required to separate the label from its backing. Not for the easily frustrated or those with 10 thumbs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
Well, it's tape, what more is there to say. The TZ231 is Black type on White background, 1/2" in size. This is perfect for labeling DVD cases, or optical discs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not just for Organizers and Neat Nicks
The thing that keeps one from being an organizer or a neat nick is the effort it takes easer just knowing where something is. These tapes change the formula to "it is easer to label than to guess."
At home these labels make more efficient replace the labels on videos; you can see the title from across the room. At work we use the labels on files, printers, cabinets, and many more locations.
The Brother P-Touch brand of TZ tape works so well that there is no need to venture into "cheap land" and who knows what lack of quality one would find. ... Read more


8. Brother PT-2610 Labeling System
by Brother
list price: $279.95
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000084UED
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 6679
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Brother P-touch PT-2610 is one of the few electronic labeling systems that prints both P-touch laminated labels and Avery paper address, return address, and file folder labels, one at a time, just by switching label cassettes.

Used as either as a portable stand-alone unit, or connected to you PC or Mac, the PT-2610 can create labels from graphics, signatures, logos, type fonts or images created on your computer, for professional looking results.

The PT-2610 includes a carrying case, USB interface cable, CD-ROM with label design software, eight AA batteries, and more--everything you need to get started. ... Read more

Features

  • Ideal for home and office use
  • Electronic labelling system, compatible with both PCs and Macs
  • Accommodates Avery paper labels and P-touch laminated labels
  • Easily creates custom labels with graphics, signatures, logos
  • Includes carrying case, USB cable, label design software

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Glad I Invested In It
I will be using my unit for home purposes and so I was at first reluctant to shell-out the money for it but am now very glad I did.Like a lot of electronic items these days, it has bells and whistles I will never use but.....It has bells and whistles other units DON'T have that I WILL use.I'll use mine as a stand alone unit for it has enough Font, Size, Sytle and Width choices to suit my needs and wants now and for the forseeable future.I haven't loaded the software for computer use and I can only imagine the miriad of choices and functions this little machine offers.The carrying case is great for storing the unit safe and sound out of the way when done using it.To me, the little "stick" that came with the unit to separate the tape backing from the tape itself, is one of the greatest "I-wish-I-would-of-thought-of-it" items I've seen in a long time.Works like a champ.To be honest, I've used this unit less than an hour and........I will wrap this up by saying again, I'm glad I invested in it. ... Read more


9. Seiko 2IN USB/Ser Smart Label Printer 200 for Windows
by Seiko Instruments
list price: $279.99
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Asin: B00004Z8OZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Seiko Instruments
Sales Rank: 8590
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Smart Label Printer 200 is the smartest way to print labels one at a time! ... Read more

Features

  • Compact, stylish design
  • Allows you to quickly produce custom labels
  • Prints labels in 8 seconds
  • Built-in USB and serial ports
  • Comes with software

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the best thing since sliced bread!
I think this label printer is tops.I've worked with sheets of labels through a printer, the DYMO label printer, but this one is really tops.It's easy to use, fun, and you can print out one label at a time as needed or 50.The ease and versatility make it a favorite in the office.Switching among file folder labels, address labels, and shipping labels is a task that has become simplified via this machine.

The only drawback I have is that the Seiko labels are thermal and fade after 1 year.I haven't seen anything to replace these, either, but have mentioned my concern to the manufacturer.

5-0 out of 5 stars All I can say is WOW
The Smart Label Printer 200 is a dream come true.The software is very easy to use, and the labels that are printed are just awesome.Talk about fast... much faster printing that I was expecting.This is one of life's "must have" luxury items.If you are in business for yourself (Like I am), this printer, and the ability to produce beautiful quality labels which can be used for a variety of purposes requiring "stickers" is a must.I would most highly recommend this label printer to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't know how I ever worked without one!
This nifty little printer is an amazing timesaver and a really useful tool. I'm constantly setting up files for my office or making mailing labels, etc. I used to use the Avery page sized labels, but would end up wasting so many because I only needed one or a few labels. This machine will print the labels as you need them! No more piling up lists of labels and saving them up until you have enough. No more using up a whole sheet of labels for just one label. This machine is extremely easy to use. It has many different fonts to choose from. It will automatically shrink the font size to fit the label if you have lengthy text. You can add graphics, frames, etc. Its software saves the labels, so that you can just click and print on often used labels. One piece of advice -- I would definitely purchase at least the SLP200 (I think there might be an even newer one out there...) I've had both the 100 and the 200. The 200 prints quicker and cleaner and has more options. It also will print both the 1 and 2 inch labels. The difference between the two models is huge and well worth the money. Happy printing! ... Read more


10. Brother P-Touch PT-18R Rechargeable Labeling System
by Brother Printer
list price: $199.99
our price: $115.89
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Asin: B0002SCGHA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 10162
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Product Description

Handheld convenience. Ideal for workgroups. PT-18R prints durable, TZ laminated labels up to 3/4". Built-in general office templates. Prints four fonts, seven sizes, seven styles and industry-standard bar code symbologies. Repeat and sequential printing. Memory functions store frequently used labels. Prints up to five lines on a label. Includes one 1/2" black-on-white laminated tape, Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack, charger cradle base, AC adapter, CD-ROM with label creation software and print drivers, user's manual and USB cable. Manufacturer's one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Handheld convenience.
  • Ideal for workgroups.
  • PT-18R prints durable, TZ laminated labels up to 3/4".
  • Built-In general office templates.
  • Prints four fonts, seven sizes, seven styles and industry-standard bar code symbologies.

11. RIMAGE CORPORATION 520201-001 Printer, 480I Disc Printer, Thermal
by RIMAGE CORPORATION
list price: $1,295.00
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Asin: B00065DFZQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RIMAGE CORPORATION
Sales Rank: 57778
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Product Description

RIMAGE 480i - World class six ink printing from your desktop - Ability to perform digital image adjustments for optimal results - Smallest droplet for unsurpassed ink control - The best photo image and text quality for inkjet printingVIVID COLOR FAST THROUGHPUT AND ASTONISHING RESOLUTIONRIGHT FROM YOUR DESKTOP Rimage introduces the most advanced thermal inkjet technology available today.The Rimage 480i features the best speed the best resolution and the best color management. The smallest droplet size in the industry (3 pico-liter) and new six-ink color capacity give you stunning resultsdisc after disc.Youll get an astonishing 4800 dpi resolution and full color spectrum of 16.7 million colors. The Rimage 480is specially formulated ink maximizes printing on all types of inkjet media giving you a smooth professional finishflawless direct-to-disc printing every time. Best of all the Rimage 480i is available as a cost-effectivestand-alone desktop unit.PRINTING WITH SIX INK COLOR Rimages 480i desktop printer uses HPs uniquePhotoREt IV color-layering technology andColorSmart III color optimization technology to create realistic photo images vivid color output and extremely sharp text. PhotoREt IV achieves a greater range of colors lighter tones and smoother gradations ensuring the best photo and image print quality.In addition the Rimage 480i offers the expanded Adobe RGB color space which preserves the original range of colors allowing you to print a wider color. ... Read more

Features

  • 4800 dpi Rimage 480i print technology, our new HP-enabled thermal inkjet printer.
  • Smallest ink-droplet (3 pico-liters) for superior ink control, giving you clear, bright, professional looking labels every time.
  • The Rimage 480i√Ęs innovative thermal inkjet technology places smaller drops more accurately, giving you superb image and text quality project after project.The smaller droplet size translates to more printed discs per ink cartridge.
  • The Rimage 480i offers the expanded Adobe RGB color space that preserves the original range of colors, allowing you to print a wider color spectrum.
  • Print Driver - Windows 2000 and XP

12. Casio CW-50 CD Title Printer
by Casio
list price: $109.99
our price: $84.54
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Asin: B00007FGUS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 8337
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Get your CD and DVD collections organized with the Casio CD/DVD Label Printer. Design your own labels simply by selecting options that suit the CD type and your needs. Import your own graphics onto the discs and use the font capabilities of your PC. An onscreen preview image, with 200-dpi resolution, shows you exactly how the label will look. Package includes an AC adapter, USB cable, black ink ribbon cassette, practice CD-R, CD-R alignment guide and software on a CD-ROM. Red, blue and silver ink ribbons sold separately. Compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 or XP. Requires 32MB RAM+, 100MB+ hard drive space and CD-ROM drive. Prints by thermal transfer. Made in USA. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 9.0 mm/second print speed
  • 4 colors for professional look
  • Thermal transfer print system
  • Supports all PC fonts
  • 200 dpi print resolution

Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars Does what it is suppose to do.
I had it for a week ($50 after rebate at J&R)
Printed about 30 disc so far.
You will not get good result if the disc have logos on the
part you plan to print.
The Memorex I use have lines where you
suppose to use your marker.
I try to line up the text I print with the CW-50 so
it does not print on these faint lines.

I use NINA or MV Boli Font with Bold at as big size as possible.
You can type in any number and not just the 48 or 72 points
It comes out pretty good, the low 200dpi does show up a little.

The 8x TDK DVDRs are just perfect for this printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Printing Job.... but... Lots of wasted ribbon
The printer performs great. My only complaint is that the software advances the ribbon several times before and after the printing, leaving two inch gaps of unused pritner ribbon in each cartridge. If this were corrected, the printer could squeeze out about 14 more dics per ribbon cartridge. I was surprised how fast the cartridge was used up... so when I pulled out the used cartridge, I noticed all of the unused portions of the ribbon. Since each cartridge costs $7-$10 each, this can get quite expensive.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice printing, lame software
It prints nicely assuming your CD/DVD has a smooth surface.It is relatively quiet and the text won't flake off...

However, the software is lame.It's hard to make anything look good...no pre-installed templates, no real way to create a nice template in Photoshop or the like and import it.

For a basic print job, not a bad CD printer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Didn't Like at all!
Your CD's must have a smooth surface in order to print properly.If there are any ridges, bumps, lines, or lables on the CD it will not print properly at all.The box doesn't mention anything about the surface requirements.

If you plan on printin on the top and bottom of the CD you must print on the top, then the drawer will open, and you have to rotate the CD and try to align it properly to print the bottom.

When you do get it to print right the quality is marginal at best.Graphics are out of the question.They are horrible!

I would not recomend this item at all!

4-0 out of 5 stars Worth the money
I recently purchased this printer and I can honestly say that it is worth the money.

I would not advice you to print this on any of those 'pre-textured' cds because the printer will not print over it. The manufacturer states that you need clear discs. ( I am using the silver-silver discs from RIDATA and they work and look great! )

Save yourself the hassle of ruining discs with labels that peel off due to different temperatures and such things and go with this nifty little printer. ... Read more


13. Brother P-Touch PT-1650 Label Printer
by Brother Printer
list price: $249.99
our price: $120.64
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Asin: B0002AZ2RY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 4632
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Product Description

Brother PT-1650 P-Touch Handheld Electronic Labeling System Durable and rugged handheld labeler uses new Flexible ID tape and rotated print for cable wrapping and flagging, industrial strength laminated tapes for patch panel labeling and standard laminated tapes for faceplate labeling. Create labels with graphics and bar codes up to 1” wide. Download databases, custom templates and graphics. Memory functions to store frequently used label designs, easy entry keyboard and large display for quick editing. Auto sizing, sequential numbering, repeat printing, and vertical style for quick labeling. Auto power off feature helps to save battery life. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes USB cable and 2 rolls of tape
  • Prints labels from 1/4 to 1 inch wide
  • Stores your custom templates and graphics in non-volatile memory
  • Makes rotated, vertical, and horizontal labels
  • Prints industry-standard bar codes

14. DYMO 30252 Address Labels for LabelWriters
by DYMO
list price: $24.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00004Z64M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 4135
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Use these handy labels from Dymo to add a distinctive touch to your correspondence or to identify books, CDs and other personal items. Also great for ... Read more

Features

  • Works with any Dymo LabelWriter
  • White address labels
  • 350 labels per roll
  • 2 rolls per box
  • Finished label size is 1.13 by 3.5 inches

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, Watch Out For the High Shipping Cost
I use a Dymo LabelWriter 300, which is fabulous, and these labels are fabulous.But be careful when ordering, as these products come from Office Depot who will gouge you with exhorbitant shipping costs - sometimes more than the labels themselves.

3-0 out of 5 stars Whoopee! look Ma, labels!
Pray hard for an aftermarket source of these highly overprices rolls...until then grit your teeth and pay the price that seems to be fixed across the board no matter where you buy these. We use thousands of these labels for mailings so the cost is getting to be a pain.

1-0 out of 5 stars Labels not for Seiko Printer.
These labels were advertised with the Seiko Label Printer.They did not work with the printer because the printer requires thermal labels.I sent these labels back to Amazon and they promptly refunded my money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Labels for the cutest Label Printer
If you want to print labels from your Word program, the Dymo LabelWriter makes it about as easy as highlighting the address and hitting print.

I use a Dymo almost daily and it is a real time saver. These labels are easy to replace and work like a charm.

The roll is easy to insert into the Dymo printer. It takes
a few seconds and the labels load instantly.

There are many sizes you can use, but these seem to be the most useful size for making address labels for mailing out packages and letters. ... Read more


15. PT9500PC P-touch Label Makerdesktop Pc Driven Tz Tapes
by Brother

our price: $283.09
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Asin: B00011KHQ0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 37488
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Product Description

It’s now easier than ever to create professional looking laminated labels right from your desktop. Create and print, it’s as easy and 1-2-3. Those assets you’ve thought about labeling can now be done with labels that stick anywhere at any time. With the 9500PC you can create a strip of labels from your desktop so you can be off and labeling user machines in no time flat. This labeler also has an auto-cutter and can print crack and peel labels for easy peeling. Pre-design your labels with your company logo or other graphics, import your database, and printlabeling has never been easier.

The PT-9500PC connects to your PC or MAC® and uses easy-swap tape cassettes allowing you to print laminated labels with standard or industrial strength adhesive (twice the adhesive strength) in a variety of fonts and styles. With built-in base code templates and symbols, the PT-9500PC delivers the performance and reliability you want in a label printer.

  • Prints durable laminated labels, TZ tapes up to 1 wide and die-cut AV labels
  • Save and recall frequently used label designs
  • Prints from industry standard bar code symbologies
  • Print up to 5,000 copies of a single label automatically
  • Prints True-Type fonts
  • Prints labels from a database (*.mdb, *.csv, *.xls formats)
  • Pre-designed templates makes it quick and easy to create professional looking labels
  • Advanced numbering features including auto-incrementing and repeat printing
  • Special formatting features including text insert, underlining and framing
  • Includes Time and Date Stamp feature
Specs
  • Tape Technology: Thermal Transfer
  • Tape Material: Laminated
  • Tape Family: TZ, AV
  • Tape Sizes: 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 1", 1 1/2"
  • Tape Length: 26.2'
  • Print Resolution: 360 dpi
  • Print Speed: 20 mm / sec
  • Handle: No
  • Interface: USB & Serial
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Features

  • 4-5/8"Wx7-1/2"Dx5-1/8"H; Bar Codes; PC & Mac

16. Brother P-Touch QL-500 Manual-Cut PC Label Printing System
by Brother Printer
list price: $119.99
our price: $87.30
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Asin: B0002T470S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 12155
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The P-touch Label Printer QL-500 prints address and shipping labels, up to 2.4 inches wide, on easy-to-peel, die-cut paper labels.Using new low cost labels, the QL-500prints up to 50 address labels per minute.It also prints file folder, CD/DVD and visitor badge labels for just pennies a piece, with no wasted sheets. With 300dpi high-quality printing, the QL-500 also has the ability to print on rolls of continuous tape, perfect for custom-length labels, signs or banners up to 3 feet long. The QL-500 uses high-quality thermal printing, so no messy toners or ink are needed.Print directly from your PC using Microsoft® Word, Excel, or Access, or get creative using the Brother's intuitive label design software (included).

... Read more

Features

  • Connects easily to PC via a USB port
  • Up to 50 standard address labels per minute
  • Easy to load drop-in supplies, auto sensor
  • Integrated Add-ins for Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Custom layouts with barcodes, graphics, TrueType fonts

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Loco for Labels
This will be short and sweet: this is a great product, especially now that the rebate makes the price more attractive. The software is easy to use and it prints quickly. Consumables are for the most part reasonably priced.

I would have given a solid 5 stars for Mac support or a better price on some of the label stock.

I love this thing.

5-0 out of 5 stars A real time saver at a great price!
I've wanted a label printer for a long time because I hate having to manually load envelopes into my printer.A printer with multiple trays would have been one solution, but I already have too many printers the way it is.The Dynamo was the only one I'd seen and at $200 it was just too much, but this nifty little Brother model at $79 (after a rebate) was too good to pass up.

I've only just set it up, but it's easy and it's FAST.Speed doesn't really matter to me (not sending bulk mail) but it's impressive one the less.The only thing I don't like (so far) is that it doesn't add the postal bar code to the label like Microsoft Word did.There might be a way around this, and in all honestly I'm not convinced it make the mail faster anyway, but I like to use it and with this would do it too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely competive label/banner printer
I recently purchased this machine for around $100.I have owned label writers in the past and this machine is performing even better than the much more expensive Dymo models.Some of the features that I find unique and usefull are the continueous tape option for banners and the speed at which this machine prints.It prints much faster than previous models I have owned.This label printer has been very easy to set up.The only thing is I might opt for the step up QL-550 next time because it has an auto cutter build in.But in defense of the QL-500, it's manual cutter is very easy to use too and has been a non issue. ... Read more


17. Brother P-Touch QL-550 Quick PC Label Printer
by Brother Printer
list price: $199.95
our price: $128.24
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Asin: B0002M6M6M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 16574
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Product Description

The P-touch Label Printer QL-550 prints address and shipping labels, up to 2.4 inches wide, on easy-to-peel, die-cut paper labels.Using new low cost labels, the QL-550prints up to 50 address labels per minute.It also prints file folder, CD/DVD and visitor badge labels for just pennies a piece, with no wasted sheets. With 300dpi high-quality printing, the QL-550 also has the ability to print on rolls of continuous tape, perfect for custom-length labels, signs or banners up to 3 feet long. The QL-550 uses high-quality thermal printing, so no messy toners or ink are needed.Print directly from your PC using Microsoft® Word, Excel, or Access, or get creative using the Brother's intuitive label design software (included).

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Features

  • USB interface
  • Prints up to 50 4-line standard address labels per minute
  • 300 dpi print resolution
  • Automatic tape cutter
  • 59 mm maximum print height, 64 print styles

18. Seiko Smart Label 100 1" Label Printer for Windows (USB, Serial)
by Seiko Instruments
list price: $199.99
our price: $107.34
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Asin: B00004Z81I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Seiko Instruments
Sales Rank: 27089
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Seiko Smart 100 label printer 100 is a quick and easy solution for printing one or dozens of address-size labels (1.125 inches) right from your desktop. Just connect it to a computer running Windows 95 or higher, install the roll of labels, and you're ready to go.

You can capture addresses from Microsoft Word, Outlook, and other compatible applications and send them directly to the printer. This printer also supports wraparound text, shrink-to-fit formatting, and address recognition and parsing. With 203 dpi resolution, your logos or other small graphics will look great as well.

Because the 100 uses direct thermal printing technology, you won't need any ink cartridges, ribbon, or toner. It supports a postal bar-code option for the U.S., UK, and the Netherlands. In addition to English, it recognizes French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch.

The Smart Label 100 comes with both a serial cable and a USB cable; you'll need Windows 98 or 2000 for USB. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact, stylish design
  • Allows you to quickly produce custom labels
  • Prints labels in 8 seconds
  • Built-in USB and serial ports
  • Comes with software

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product
Great product which I have used on several computers with no problems for nearly 2 years. Have gone through many rolls of tapes with not one wasted label of thousands printed. Great software makes printing easy and convenient. USPS codes makes the mail move faster to destination.

4-0 out of 5 stars No problems; fun device!
I've had the Seiko Smart Label Printer 100 attached to my computer for well over a year now.While I don't use it a great deal (I have not yet finished my first roll of labels!) I have never had any significant problem with it.It is, in fact, kind of a hoot to use -- I get a small thrill when I finally push the "print" button and the label immediately starts to roll out;I guess the street wisdom about guys liking label makers is true!:-)But seriously, I am always amazaed at the fine resolution I get on the printed labels (and mistakenly tend to use a font larger than I need).I give the device 4 rather than 5 stars mostly because the user interface of the software used to design the label contents is a little bit clunky, but I wouldn't let this prevent me from buying and using the printer.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is a waste of money
I have had two of these label printers and both times, they have stopped functioning after a few months.When I contacted Seiko to replace the first one, they refused and said they bore no responsibility for a faulty product.TGhey told me to contact Amazon who after some arm twisting, agreed to replace it.The second one is now also not working, but instead of me wasting valuable hours trying to fight to get a replacement, I'm going to dump it in the trash where it belongs and buy a Dynmo one which my colleague has which works perfectly.Seiko Instruments SUCKS. ... Read more


19. Brother PT-1950 Desktop 5-Line PC-Ready Labeler
by Brother Printer
list price: $129.99
our price: $72.19
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Asin: B0002KHZHO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 29200
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Product Description

The PT-1950 is a "USB Ready", deluxe desktop labeling system. With the PT-1950, you can print laminatedlabels from 1/4" to 3/4" wide, created via either the built-in keyboard or your PC. It comes with an AC adapter,so you can save the expense and inconvenience of batteries (it can also use AA batteries for portability).

Features

  • Prints durable laminated labels up to .75" wide
  • Media width: up to .75"
  • Print industrial strength and flexible ID labels simply by switching cassettes
  • Prints up to 52 point text - approx .75" high
  • Vertical and mirror printing
  • Dual operation: use as a stand-alone labeler or connect to PC
  • PC Connectivity: USB (cable NOT included)
  • Automatic tape cutter
  • Sharp, crisp printing
  • QWERTY keyboard with one key operation
  • LCD display: 10 characters x 2 line display
  • Includes AD-60 adapter (or can use 6 AA batteries, not included)
  • Prints text in 2 fonts, 8 sizes and 8 styles... over 100 combinations
  • Repeat printing up to 9 copies
  • Automatic incrementation (up to 9) for serialized labels
  • 53 built-in symbols
  • 15 auto formats
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Features

  • AC adapter or optional AA batteries
  • USB-ready, works with or without PC
  • Creates up to 9 copies of a single label
  • QWERTY keyboard with 53 built-in symbols
  • 2 fonts with 8 styles and 8 sizes

20. DYMO LetraTag 11944 Electronic Labelmaker (Metallic Silver)
by DYMO
list price: $49.99
our price: $21.84
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Asin: B00005QJED
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DYMO
Sales Rank: 7079
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Daring Price Drop! Find Out What a Million Other People Know About Great Quality! More than 1 million sold and it's easy to see why. This inexpensive labelmaker makes it easy to label and organize everything around your home. Label files in your home office, organize photo albums, identify light switches and circuit breakers, label food containers in the kitchen, identify garden supplies, and much more. Designed to fit neatly into the palm of your hand, with a simple ABC keyboard ideal for adults and children Prints labels on 1/2" (12mm) wide tape in a variety of materials and colors. Get Organized. Get Creative... Create beautiful labels by selecting from editing features that include bold, a selection of font sizes, outline mode, underline, big caps, and a variety of symbols. Preview each label in the LCD display window before printing, cutting, and affixing the label. And, once a label is in memory you can print it as many times as you wish and the LetraTag will also remember it even it the power is turned off. As for uses -- you may be tempted to label everything in sight, including: ... Read more

Features

  • Easy-peel backing makes adherence simple
  • Lightweight, handheld electronic labelmaker
  • Includes letters, numbers, and a wide range of symbols
  • 5 different printing styles
  • LCD screen allows you to preview labels

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars A definite must have around the home or office
I purchased a Dymo labelmaker because I thought it would come in handy and certainly has, especially since my handwritting is pretty much unreadable.I'm using it to label file folder in my home office, rolling tool carts in the garage, and storage boxes.

It much easier to use the labelmaker than to type labels up on a typewriter because you can carry it with you and it doesn't require an AC adapter.However, I think I'd perfer a QWERTY keypad rather than the ABCDE keypad.

The labels don't always pretty clearly, especially on the metallic tape.Also, the labels don't adhere to certains plastics.But metal and paper are no problem.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy as pie
Picked one up to label some file folders and ended up labeling all of the light switches and then tackled my breaker box.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
This is a great product. The cartridges have a little window to see how much label is left. Very handy. The cartridges are also very easy to change. The graphics and borders are nice too. Very good value, highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this labeler
I like the paper labels to label paper and cardboard items and the plastic labels to label hard-surfaced items. They stay on well. Yet they are easy to peel off, especially the plastic ones.

The tape is self-threading. To change tapes, just open the hinged cover, pull out one cartridge, and pop in another. I keep a spare cartridge of each type handy.

The device leaves an automatic margin on each end of the text. If it is more margin than you want, it is easy to shorten the ends with scissors.

It is very easy to peel the backing off the tape because it is precut lengthwise. Peel off one half from the center and then peel off the other half.

The labels, even the metallic ones, cannot survive a hot flame. (Don't even ask.)

The manual is short, and definitely worth reading.

The product is much more than I bargained for. I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!Just what I was looking for!
I bought this product and I am very pleased with it.I was using it within minutes.I'm was also pleasantly surprised to find out that you can buy cartridges that are weatherproof for outdoors as well as printed holiday papers.The crocodile box is particularly cute for labeling kid's things. ... Read more


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