4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
If you do anything beyond labeling you home entertainment system do not buy this!,
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This review is from: Dymo Rhino Rhino 3000 Label Printer- Single Unit, 1/Box (15605) (Office Product)
I followed the recommendations of a few other owners and thought this would suit my needs. I wanted to label my coms rack with wire wrap labels so that everything could be traced easily.
Here are my gripes:
1. Cannot use 1" wide or larger tape. If I wanted to put in Data1 it will print a 2" length of label with about a 1/2 inch of wasted tape on either side. You cannot make label length less than 1.5". Labeling one 48 port switch with the minimum size labels (D1 for data 1) left me looking for a new roll of labels when accounting for how many were screwed up by the faulty label cutter. This makes for unneeded waste and was a huge time sink.
2. Cannot Serialize a letter and number to increment sequentially. Only able to serialize letters or numbers.
3. The cutter is not automatic (I knew this before). But it also does not cut right meaning it will require numerous reprints depending on how badly mangled the label is.
4. Eats up the batteries faster than I expected. I used a better model with built in rechargeable batteries and it lasted much longer.
For something that is supposed to save time and look professional I would go for a higher-end labeler that can do 1" wide or wider labels.
If you are just labeling a few cables (10-15) and need labels that will stick this will work for you. If you work in LVCC, Networking or IT look elsewhere.