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DYMO 1754488 LabelManager 360D Handheld Label Maker

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28 customer reviews

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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.
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Product Description

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.

From the Manufacturer

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.

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Technical Details
Brand NameDYMO
Item Weight2.3 pounds
Product Dimensions11.5 x 7.6 x 3.9 inches
Item model number1754488
ColorBlack/Gray
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part Number1754488
  
Additional Information
ASINB002M1LG76
Best Sellers Rank #26,259 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableApril 18, 2006
  
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By NyiNya TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 23, 2011
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...and I couldn't be happier. What a cool little gizmo this is. The Dymo LabelManager Label Printer, Black/Gray (LM360D) arrived yesterday and I have now affixed labels to every inanimate object within my reach and any animate ones that didn't fight back, including the neighbor's toddler ("My name is Carson. I'm noisy, have few social skills, and I bite").

Since I have no aptitude for technology, I thought this would be a challenge to use, but was very pleasantly surprised. I figured it out without any help...high praise from a woman who has to call in a friend when the alarm clock needs to be re-set. The DYMO LabelManager is, as they say, easy enough for a child to operate, and I must admit that Carson was, indeed, the one who figured out how to work the label insertion thingy. Then the little bugger bit me, but to be fair, I did take his cookie when his back was turned.

The machine is so much fun to use, it's addictive. I'm wandering around looking for new things to label, which has the cats looking rather nervous. Easy-to-understand icons provide a foolproof guide for formatting, all the options are clearly shown, so you don't have to deal with that technological Mobius strip of locating and figuring out how to implement features that you don't know exist. You can print out from one to ten labels at once (all the same label) and the memory holds up to 9 addresses.

The lithium battery and recharging cable are enclosed, all you have to do is get labeling...and resist the impulse to carefully identify that left-over pork chop in the refrigerator as "left-over pork chop."
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By No Name on July 6, 2011
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Sorry but this label printer does not print an acceptable label. I returned it after trying unsuccessfully to create a basic label with type only.

I contacted Dymo support and was told that the output of the label maker is the way it is and can't be changed.

Here's my complaint:

The printer accepts 3/4 inch labels and is designed to allow 2 rows of type on the label. I wanted to create a single label with 2 rows of basic type - just as the device claims it can.

The output of a single line of type is fine, the problem arises when you hit the carriage return and add the second line of type. Once you do that the type stretches horizontally. For example if I type a word in a single line that is 2 inches in length, this same word will be 3-3/4 inches in length once I hit the carriage return.

Using Adobe Indesign I determined that the horizontal scaling of the type on the label is almost 300%!

This is a problem for 2 reasons. First, the labels look crappy because the type is stretched. Second, a label that should only be 2 inches (normal font output) will not fit in the space I need it to due to the horizontal scaling.

So if you want a label with 2 rows of type that is readable, forget it. Find another device.

This is pretty basic font stuff. I'm actually shocked that Dymo is putting out this product that is so clearly defective in it's fundamental design. I had no idea this would even be an issue. I'm very disappointed because otherwise it seems like a fine product.

Thank you.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By TheTerrorBeyond on September 28, 2011
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This labeler will be fine for most people to use to label things around the house. My wife likes the fact that it is self-contained and doesn't need a computer to operate like the other label maker we have. This one can be carried around and features a rechargeable battery so you don't have to keep replacing costly batteries. The vast majority of all labeling done here is simple, one-line, stuff and this labeler works perfectly for this purpose. The learning curve on the device was small, so we were able to get up and running very quickly.

This will not, however, be a labeler that you will want to consider if you ever want to print mailing labels or anything more than two lines. There are products for that, but this is not one of them. I have read about issues with two-line printing, although I haven't tried printing anything that wasn't single-line printing. You might or might not have issues there.

All in all, this is a fine little printer if you know what to expect coming in.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Diane Kistner TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 25, 2011
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I'm giving this three stars only because it's not the best product for my own needs: "I like it OK" but I'm not in love with it. Out of the box, the Dymo LM360D seems a solidly built and fairly well designed product. It is NOT for making address labels such as one would use to mail bills each month, so if that's what you are looking for, this is not the product you need. Labeling storage boxes or other visible items so they look neat and sharp is what this is for. I can imagine it would be useful for crafters, canners, those organizing long-term food storage, and possibly gardeners. It's good for two lines max, but you have a lot of flexibility in type sizes and positioning. Many international characters are available, as well as wing-ding type symbols via the "clip art" feature.

The LM360D is almost, but not quite, perfect for handheld "thumbs" typing (the qwerty keyboard is too small for standard typing), and the keys are easy to press. Used this way, the important navigation buttons in the center are too much of a stretch for my small hands, but the handling and feel might be perfect for someone with larger hands. The buttons have a smooth, rubbery, tactile feel that is satisfying, although the buttons tend to hold onto dust more than hard plastic would.

As best I can determine, both the ink and the label material are contained in the label cartridge itself, meaning (as with any printer) the product's quality depends on the quality of the cartridge. The 3/4" x 10' sample cartridge that came with my product at first would not feed at all; I finally figured out this was due to a small section of the end of the label being slightly curled (apparently from age), which I corrected by manually pulling off some of the material and cutting it off cleanly.
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