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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
Bought this device in 2006 to label home based biz products; used it once to complete task, then stored until today (Aug 2015). Read morePublished 3 months ago by T. Davis
I have had the labeler since maybe 2004 and it is one of the best purchases I've ever made. It is incredibly reliable, and can actually do quite a lot if you take the time to learn... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jacob Zedek
This earlier version of the Brother Labeler works better for me than the later version. It is easier to use and has more features.Published 9 months ago by M
I've owned a Brother P-65 for years and have always used laminated tape. I order black print on white tape; M-231 but the actual tape cartridge says M-K231. Read morePublished 14 months ago by AC
Excellent product, very robust. I bought this model for myself 10+ years ago, and it's still working well. So when my daughter mentioned needing to label drawers, containers, etc. Read morePublished 14 months ago by C. A. Mackay