|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.3 x 6.6 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||PT70SR|
|Batteries||4 AAA batteries required.|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PT70SR|
Brother PT-70SR Personal Handheld Labeler with special time & date function
|Price:||$46.96 + $6.75 shipping|
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- 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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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.
- 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)
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Top customer reviews
I purchased this printer in march of 2014 after having lost my other printer in the field( pt-65) which was an excellent printer dispite its age it worked perfectly and batteries lasted well over a year with the same amount of usage as the past 3 months. So i am completely not confident in this printer as i have been in more then a few situations where i needed to print labels in the field and the pt70 just turns off when i hit the print button. Obviously frustrating. but Evan more frustrating is when i have perfectly good spare batteries in my backpack for situations like this and after putting in the spare batteries they have the same affect. power down when hitting print button. needless to say this is ridiculous and not acceptable for a field tech. THE ONLY TIME THEY WORK IS WHEN I HAVE FRESH OUT OF BOX BATTERIES IN . Also after taking out the batteriies i tested to see if they were dead and guess what they were just under full battery but not nearly dead..... does this mean that i will be changing batteries weekly ???...Today i tried to contact Brother for a solution and guess what , no phone number to be found for there support and ...shocker there online chat support is not operational...... thanks brother for proving your products are no longer reliable nor is your customer support... i will not be purchasing any more of there products as they are obviously a solution on the way out of business.... PLEASE SAVE YOURSELF THE HEAD ACHE AND DO NOT PURCHASE THIS BROTHER LABEL MAKER!!!
***For those who have low battery warnings*** - it's obviously not your brand new batteries causing the problem. I was also getting this message after trying several new sets of batteries. Get a Q-tip and some rubbing alcohol and wipe clean all the battery contacts in the battery compartment, even though it probably doesn't appear to be dirty. I don't know why this is an issue, but maybe it's residue from the factory; I don't know. Once I did this, the battery warning went away. If you get it again, first clean the contacts and if you still get it, then maybe it's time to change the batteries out. I haven't had to change mine yet since I cleaned the contacts, and I have been using this thing a LOT.
Good luck and enjoy your labeler!
I guess I'll start taking out the batteries every time I use it and hope enough battery life is preserved to make this thing work.
Edited - taking the batteries out didn't solve the problem. The previous model was great, worked for 10 years, but I've wasted so much money and time on this machine that I'm done with Brother labelers. Btw mine was bought directly from Amazon LLC otherwise I'd assume it was counterfeit, that's how bad it is.