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Portable label maker's powerful lithium-ion battery charges quickly and lasts long. Large, 2-line graphical display shows you exactly how your label will print. Uses easy-peel, split-back D1 tape (1/4-, 3/8-, or 1/2-inch sizes). Thermal printing creates labels with no ink or toner. Store up to 9 labels. Print up to 10 copies of a label. 3 fonts, 7 styles 4 label widths: 1/4-, 3/8-, 1/2- and 3/4-inch.
Label maker offers a large 1-1/2" x 2-3/4" screen with two lines of label text. Graphical display lets you see text effects on screen before you print. Print up to 10 copies of the same label. User interface displays all menu items without scrolling and includes intuitive icons for formatting options. Familiar QWERTY keyboard speeds text entry. Label printer offers a nine-label memory, save-text feature and quick access to special symbols including punctuation and currency. Customize labels and add emphasis by choosing from three font styles, seven font sizes, one of the many styles, and one of eight different box styles or underline. Label printer uses Dymo D1 labels in 1/4", 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" widths. Compact, lightweight design is perfect for any office or work space. Label maker is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and includes a lithium-ion battery, charging cord, starter label cassette and manual.
Works as described. Basic label maker. One of the nice things I like about this label maker is that it has font style and size. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Readsforfun
I've been using this at work (and thankfully I don't need to pay for the labels) for few months and have very mixed feeling about the label. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aki
Works well and I like that it will work on batteries so I am not tied to an electrical cord all the time like my last model.Published 6 months ago by Happy Grammee from Dallas, TX
This is my first labeler and I was looking for one that would make labels for markers in my garden. Saw someone mention this on a site that they used it that wayand thought I'd... Read morePublished 6 months ago by MD in NC mtns
This Dymo Machine is just too complicated for my wife. I retuned it and bout a brother Machine at Sams Club and my wife seems to like that machine just fine. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gaylon L. West
A very good buy. The labels are expensive but i'll put up with that for the unit works quite wellPublished 12 months ago by Maurice L. Tate