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Brother PT-70SR Personal Handheld Labeler with special time & date function

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Metallic Red
  • Uses "M" tape in 9mm and 12mm size widths
  • Up to two line printing
  • Features a Time and Date function, perfect for labeling perishable food, financial records and much more
  • Prints in 2 different font sizes and 9 type styles
  • LCD displays 8 characters x 1 line
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Product Information

Color: Metallic Red
Technical Details
Brand NameBrother
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.3 x 6.6 x 2.3 inches
Item model numberPT70SR
Batteries:4 AAA batteries required.
ColorMetallic Red
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberPT70SR
  
Additional Information
ASINB004H1S6FY
Best Sellers Rank #47,565 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 22, 2010
  
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Product Description

Color: Metallic Red

PT-70 Rd
Easily create time-stamped labels with the PT-70.
Labeled file folders
Create unique labels with your choice of fonts, sizes, frames, and symbols.
Brother P-Touch PT-70

The PT-70 is a lightweight, handheld label maker that's perfect for quickly creating labels in the home, in the office, or anywhere in between. It features a curved design and a QWERTY-style keyboard with raised keys for easy, comfortable typing. The 8-character LCD display shows what you're typing to help prevent errors and the need to reprint your labels. This portable labeler is powered by 4 AAA batteries (sold separately), so you can take it almost anywhere you need it.

Plenty of Customization Options to Help You Create Unique Labels

The PT-70 lets you print labels with up to 2 lines of text using 1 of 9 different type styles and 6 different type sizes. Let your creativity run wild — customize your labels with any of the 71 pre-installed symbols and 5 framing options.

Innovative Time & Date Stamp Button Time Stamps Your Label with a Single Touch

With a single press of the PT-70's unique Time & Date button, you can add a time stamp to any label you are creating. It's perfect for printing labels for leftovers, canning or preserving food, installing smoke alarm batteries, or other applications requiring a dated label.

Prints on Brother M Series Non-laminated Tapes

The PT-70 includes a starter cassette of M series tape so there's no need to buy an initial tape cassette to begin labeling. Choose from a variety of color refill tapes in 3/8" (9 mm) or 1/2" (12 mm) widths. The tape cassettes are quick and easy to change, so you'll want to keep a variety of colorfull refills for crafts and projects.

At Your Side with Free Phone Support for the Life of Your Product

At Brother, the goal is to provide you with products that you can depend on to consistently deliver high performance, reliability, and value for your business. Whether you have a product question or technical issue, Brother offers free phone support for the life of your product.

Labeled lunch box
Perfect for labeling files, lunch boxes, art supplies, and more
Features
  • Easy to view, 8-character LCD display
  • Prints 1 to 2 lines of crisp text
  • Add Time & Date to your label (8 formats) at the touch of a button
  • Great for labeling leftovers, art supplies, and smoke alarm battiers
  • Handheld portable design
  • Typewriter style keyboard
  • 9 type styles and 6 type sizes
  • 5 auto formats and 5 framing options
  • Select up to 71 symbols
  • Uses "M" tapes (non-laminated) 3/8" & 1/2" widths
  • Operates on 4 AAA batteries (not included)

Note: Images are for illustrative purposes only. Acutal output (such as fonts and margins) may vary.

Customer Reviews

This product is VERY easy to Use and looks Great!
Christa
After trying two different sets of brand new batteries I still was unable to print a whole label without the unit shutting off.
Jessica Merrell
Now I have to dig the manual out every time I do something.
Gina Garner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Color Name: Orange
As a labeler: five stars. Four stars for the diminished user experience resulting from the glitchy battery level display

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.
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By K. Choate on April 1, 2008
Color Name: Orange
I purchased this labeler in the midst of an electrical upgrade in my house, and I've used it to neatly label all the circuits in my panel. It is easy to use, fast, and came with a good sized roll of labeling tape. For the price, it's a great deal, though the range of extra features (larger tapes, special fonts, multi line printing) may be too small for those with need for more decorative labels.
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135 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Vex Mage on March 23, 2010
Color Name: Orange Verified Purchase
These little labeler runs our company. They make some of our management decisions every day. There are a billion of wires in our data centers and, besides our documentation servers, only these labelers know where the other ends of those wires go. Granted it appears that we control the lablers, but the decisions are based purely off of their thoughts. There are five shadowy PT-70s and one PT-65 overlords running the show here. The only reason their numbers have decreased is because they disappear in to thin air not because any have ever broke down. When they run out of management decisive tape, it isn't difficult to find some. Replacing said tape is also a breeze. Do not be fooled by this review, I'm telling you from experience that these devices make organization a breeze and are easy to operate. I am not saying this because of the PT-70 on my desk is forcing me to write such a wondrous review or that there will be consequences if I do not.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Deborah H. Bryant on October 15, 2011
Color Name: Orange Verified Purchase
An unbelievable value in terms of the hassle and frustration this little baby prevents. When my old one died, I lasted exactly 3 days before buying this replacement. Brother has this category locked. The thing always works, despite humidity, freezing temperatures, dust and dog hair, repeatedly being dropped, lack of electricity. (I took mine camping.) Labels are fantastic for phone chargers, power adapters that all look the same (but aren't), labeling all kinds of stuff in a multi-kid or multi-pet household, pithy instructions on rarely used equipment, distinguishing remote controls, organizing cords of all kinds and clarifying computer inputs, buttons and switches for elderly folks overwhelmed by too many options. Spare keys, frozen food, pill boxes, temporary dog tags when traveling, stuff being sent to your kids' camp....you will not believe how many uses you find for this labeler beyond the obvious manila folders and hanging files. (By the way, if you use hanging file folders, place the tape as it emerges, sticky part NOT exposed, directly into the plastic sleeve. No need to fuss with computer-printed labels or struggle to read your handwriting later.) LOVE IT. Note if you need long-term labels for stuff stored outdoors you should get a different Brother labeler that makes laminated labels.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By R. McAtee on December 26, 2009
Color Name: Orange
N Werle's review seems a bit much... I'll give you the label separator thing, It really doesn't work at all. But the rest of your review... I can't agree with it. I received a Dymo (Letratag) & Brother (PT-70) label maker for Christmas and have so far really liked this model (Brother PT-70) far more than the Dymo Letratag. I haven't had any trouble using the features or accidentally printing. Construction seems a bit too "plasticky" for my taste while the Dymo seems more heavy and solid. The Dymo also uses 4 AA while the brother PT-70 uses 4 AAA. Not sure if this is a good thing or bad thing. Sure it will weigh less, but I assume the batteries won't last as long. Also, I really appreciate the qwerty keyboard on the Brother.
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