Summary: Simply fantastic label maker, runs great easy to use hooked to a CPU or manually. I bought two one for my brother and one for me. The costs of labels is a bit prohibitive, but the quality of the printed label is worth the costs. I would definitely buy another one.
Summary: I bought this P- Touch for my husband. He is and installer and needs to label alot of cables. He was tiered of using the hand held so upgraded him to this one. He seems to like it alot better. He says it makes his job some much easier.
Summary: I bought this thermal printer because i'm a tennis stringer and this is the perfect tool to print my customers labels.It's really easy to install and the quality of the job that this printer does is fantastic.To conclude this printer adds a professionalism to my stringing job...
Summary: I labeled everything in my home, and I am really satisfied with being able to lable fragile pipe spigets, and dangerous things around some construction areas. The lableer is easy to switch cartridge sizes, turns on and off all day long, and works well as a portable with the batteries in it. The only thing bad about this unit is that you can't be poor to be able to afford the labler- cartridges (average $27 for 26 ft = .40 per each 3 inch long lable per say).
Summary: Comes with ac adapter, software, usb cable, and starter tape. Very feature intensive and easy to use. So many tapes are available for this unit, I doubt you'll have problems finding one for your application.
Pros: Comes with ac adapter, software, usb cable, and starter tape. Nice design.
Cons: To save tape, manualy cut each label with scissors after printing another or two.