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Brother QL-700 High-speed, Professional Label Printer
|Printer Output Type||Monochrome|
|Printing Media Type||Labels|
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- Create cost-effective paper labels for packages, envelopes, file folders, discs, banners, postage and more. Ultra-fast, printing up to 93 labels per minute
- Prints pre-sized, easy-peel, rounded-corner labels. Also prints on continuous-length paper and film tapes for banners and signs up to 3 ft. long
- Capable of printing postage for packages and envelopes, right from your desk
- Convenient, drop-in rolls. No ink or toner needed
- Auto cutter provides precise cuts for printing 1 or multiple labels at a time
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Brother QL-700 label printer: create cost-effective paper labels for packages, envelopes, file folders, discs, banners, postage and more. Ultra-fast, high-quality printing at up to 93 labels per minute*. Auto cutter gives a clean and accurate finished edge and allows for printing 1 or multiple labels at a time, eliminating wasted label sheets. The Plug & Label feature provides easy set up**. No software installation required for printing most types of labels. For advanced applications, such as bar code labels use the included P-touch Editor software. Print from MS Word/Excel/Outlook. Wide variety of convenient, drop-in labeling supplies available. Needs no ink or toner.
From the Manufacturer
Create cost-effective paper labels for packages, envelopes, file folders, discs, banners, postage3, and more with the QL-700. Offering ultra-fast, high-quality printing at up to 93 labels per minute1, the QL-700 features an auto cutter, giving a clean and accurate finished edge and allowing for printing one or multiple labels at a time, eliminating wasted label sheets. The “Plug & Label” feature supports quick label printing of most basic labels, with no software installation required2. For advanced applications, such as bar code labels, use the included P-touch Editor software. Print from Microsoft Word / Excel / Outlook, and select from a wide variety of convenient, drop-in labeling supplies available. The QL-700 needs no ink or toner.
QL-700 Product Details
- Create cost-effective paper labels for packages, envelopes, file folders, discs, banners, postage, and more
- Ultra-fast, printing up to 93 labels per minute1
- Prints pre-sized, easy-peel, rounded-corner labels
- Prints on continuous-length paper and film tapes for banners and signs up to three feet long
- Capable of printing postage for packages and envelopes, right from your desk3
- Convenient, drop-in rolls
- No ink or toner needed
- Auto cutter provides precise cuts for printing one or multiple labels at a time
- High-resolution (up to 300 x 600 dpi) printing, for crisp text and graphics
- “Plug & Label” feature lets you create and print labels without installing software2
- “Label Collection” Download feature provides eye-catching, pre-designed labels and banners with commonly-used text
- Integrates with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
- Connects to computer via included USB
What's in the Box
- USB Cable
- Power Cord
- Quick Setup Guide
- Starter rolls: DK-1201 Die-cut Standard Address Labels (100 labels), plus DK-2205 2.4" Continuous Length Paper Tape (26.2 ft.)
* Tape widths are approximate.
Fast Print Speed
Quickly tackle labeling tasks in a busy office with this professional, high-speed label printer. The QL-700 supports ultra-fast print speeds up to 93 labels per minute1 to help save time on big projects. Whether you print one label or multiple labels at a time, the convenient, automatic cutter speeds your job along.
Print Postage Right from Your Desktop
Save trips to the Post Office to buy stamps. Print stamps using pbSmartPostage – the first cloud-based postage service3. With no software to download and no monthly fee, the service is available when you need it – 24 hours a day – whether you are at home or in the office.
Prints a Variety of Label Sizes and Types
Print cost-effective, pre-sized paper labels for common office uses such as file folders, envelopes, DVDs - even packages. Versatile so you can also print on continuous paper and tape rolls for banners and signs up to three feet long. The built-in auto cutter lets you create almost any label size you need – and ensures a clean and finished edge every time.
Save Time with our Label Collection
Need a great label fast? Use the Label Collection Download feature to import and print pre-designed labels using P-touch Editor. Print labels for files, office signs, shipping applications, recycling programs, retail environments – even create festive labels for gift tags.
Easy Drop-In Tape Rolls
Switch label types in seconds! Brother label printers use a direct thermal printing mechanism with easy drop-in tape rolls - so there is no ribbon, ink or toner to replace. The machine automatically recognizes the roll size and adjusts the label template accordingly.
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|Uses DK labels and tapes up to 2.4-inches wide||X||X||X|
|Die-cut and continuous-length label rolls||X||X||X|
|Up to 93 labels per minute print speed1||X||X||X|
|Label Collection download feature||X||X||X|
|Windows- and Mac-compatible||X||X||X|
|Mobile printing via iPrint & Label app4||X||X|
1. Based on using standard address labels, text only, at 300 x 300 dpi.
2. Windows only.
3. Enrollment in the pbSmartPostage service, Internet connection, USB connection, and postage label roll required. pbSmartPostage service compatible with Windows only.
4. Requires connection to a wireless network. For more details regarding the Brother iPrint & Label app visit www.brother-usa.com
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I've checked on-line and many others have encountered this error. Brother's website is no help - they say to clean the area where the label-sensing pins engage with the plastic foot of the label cartridge. I've done that and it's absolutely clean.
I have quite a stash of Brother label stock on hand - so I'll probably have to buy another Brother printer, but I'm very wary after this experience. I doubt I've printed more than 1000 labels total since purchasing this device.
I would recommend trying the Dymo - they have better customer reviews.
The software has two modes; a simplified mode for people who just want to print basic labels with some standard templates, and a power-user mode where you can connect to external data sources and do all sorts of fancy things (bar codes, QR codes, complex layouts, etc.)
Also, the printer includes a cutter that (optionally) automatically cuts the labels to the correct size (or whatever size you define when using the continuous-feed paper). I've never used a thermal label printer before, but I was surprised how fast the output was.
If you're a developer, there's an open API you can you to integrate this printer into your own application.
The full-version software for making labels is ok. The software itself isn't all that fast, and it's very low-tech. However, it's super easy to create a label and once you hit print the label shoots right out! I even managed to get both computers in my office to talk to it over the network by sharing the printer, and it works like a charm.
Hint: the address labels fit just fine on a 1/3 cut file folder, and using them means you don't have to swap out the labels or buy more than one kind. I just use that size and print all of my address labels and file folders on them.
Setup was easy. I use compatible generic labels that work as well as the sample Brother label they sent.
Would I buy it again? In a heartbeat.
FWIW, I did look at the Dymo. But after reading carefully and paying attention the the details, this seemed like a better deal for me.
However installation is a real nightmare and Technical Support though readily available (rare in this industry) is spotty. You get EXCELLENT techs and others who are so so. Installations instructions are unclear and when you finally get to talk to a Rep it's: "Lets start from tje beginning, delete all the installation you did from the CD and lets go to the Web Site"!
One more thing: Do NOT buy third party labels. They will tend to become unstuck from the roll and stick to the print heads and make a huge problem.
The label rolls are so easy to put in ... they just drop into place. I keep several sizes lined up next to the printer for easy access. It is also great that you never need ink, just refill the tape.
Everything prints clearly, unlike another label maker I was previously using. And the labels really stick, unlike the same former label maker I was using. This is everything I could ask for. Except maybe a wireless aspect, but I wasn't willing to go the extra money for that right now.
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Similar to other reviews, I am on a Mac, so was a bit worried that it wouldn't quite work as stated. Sure enough, when I first opened it, it said drivers need to be downloaded. However, the prompts that popped up on my MacBook (from 2016) took me directly to the Brother page and less than thirty seconds later I had it downloaded. So, setup is very easy and took me less than 5 minutes until I printed the first label. I did not read any of the instructions, so it's very intuitive. Started by labeling some jars in the kitchen.
However, software updates are ridiculous. Whenever there's an update for the P-Touch software, you need to enter your serial number located on the bottom of your printer to download the update. I've never in my life heard of this, but it's ridiculous and will definitely make me reconsider buying Brother hardware in the future.
Just imagine having to flip your laptop over and typing in the long unique serial number every time Windows has an update. That's this printer in a nutshell.