|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 7 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||PT-70|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PT-70|
Brother PT-70 Personal Handheld Labeler with special time & date function
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- Uses M tape in 3/8" and 1/2" size widths
- Prints in 6 different font sizes and 9 type styles
- Up to two line printing
- Features a Time and Date function, perfect for labeling perishable food, financial records and much more
- LCD displays 8 characters x 1 line
- Includes one starter M231 tape and no batteries. It requires 4 AAA batteries (which are not included).
- label maker is orange colored
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Top Customer Reviews
This labeler is easy to use. The QWERTY keyboard has a wide range of special characters accessible via the "symbol" key. Other functions (length, width, print size, style, font formatting) are accessed via a multi-purpose function key.
If you have used other labeling tape with backing that is pre-split for exposing the adhesive side of the tape, you'll have to learn a new technique for this product.
After printing and cutting your label with this machine, you then insert one end of the label into a slot on the top rear, and quickly pull the label down; this separates the label from the backing at the end. It doesn't always work the first time, but will work eventually. This process is clearly described in the user guide, and has an excellent pictograph engraved in the slot to remind you of the technique.
Other reviewers have commented on battery life. My experience with this labeler is that the battery life is fine, but the battery life display is unreliable. It displays a low battery warning *soon* after batteries are installed and a few labels are printed. Just ignore it and keep on printing. You can print and print and print through many rolls of tape before battery life will be a *real* problem.
Many possible uses in the home and home office. My home computer area now requires two power strips (to deliver power to: a desktop computer, telephone, speakers, two monitors, two printers, a scanner, a router, a cable modem, VOIP modem, a wireless router a NAS unit, a desk lamp and --sometimes-- a hard drive enclosure). Each of these plugs (and accompanying power supply blocks for those devices that have them) is now labeled.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You get what you pay for. Always tells me batteries are low - even when just replaced.Published 19 days ago by Peter Fennema
I am a label freak,would definitely be one of the items I would take on a deserted island!!! Easy to use, love, love, love!!!!Published 21 days ago by J. Moore
This product is very well made and functions very well. But it can be difficult to use as the instruction that come with it are not very clear. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Rev. Melvyn J. Vlasz
Awesome labeler. I don't get fancy, usually one line, all caps and this works great for that.Published 1 month ago by Lee Lincoln, NE
A very handy tool for organizing. If you want your stuff labeled neatly this is a good instrument for you. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RAINE
Not as easy to use as a normal longer handheld. The number mode is cumbersome to access.
The labels are awful to separate and run out quickly. Read more
I am addicted to my label maker! I have been labeling like crazy all over the house and I still have plenty of tape left!Published 5 months ago by ArmyWife
Labels rock. I did not, however, receive the item I ordered. It was white, not orange.Published 5 months ago by Charity