BROTHER QL-570 LABEL MAKER / LABEL PRINTER WAS 69.99 NOW 39.99 + 3 YEARS WARRANTY @ CURRYS PC WORLD IN STORE & ONLINE - HotUKDeals
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BROTHER QL-570 LABEL MAKER / LABEL PRINTER WAS 69.99 NOW 39.99 + 3 YEARS WARRANTY @ CURRYS PC WORLD IN STORE & ONLINE

£39.99 @ Currys
BROTHER QL-570 LABEL MAKER / LABEL PRINTER WAS 69.99 NOW 39.99 @ CURRYS PC WORLD IN STORE & ONLINE TECHNICAL INFORMATION Type Label maker Compatibility DK labels Print … Read More
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banned4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
BROTHER QL-570 LABEL MAKER / LABEL PRINTER WAS 69.99 NOW 39.99 @ CURRYS PC WORLD IN STORE & ONLINE

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Type Label maker
Compatibility DK labels
Print technology Direct thermal printing
Print resolution 300 dpi
Print speed 68 labels per minute
Built-in cutter Yes
Other features Supports barcode printing

GENERAL

Interface USB
Accessories 62 mm black on white continuous length tape
(INCLUDED)
100 standard address labels
USB cable
AC adapter
Software included CD Rom
Dimensions 208 x 133 x 143 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 1.14 kg
Warranty 3 years

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/office-supplies/labelling-machines/brother-ql-570-label-maker-17280673-pdt.html
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1 Like #1
Already ordered !! But some heat from me :)
2 Likes #2
Got one a few years ago. Works a treat
2 Likes #3
I have absolutely no idea why but I really want one of these. :(

Please can someone convince me not to buy one as I really don't send many letters etc!!!
banned#4
germainsophie
I have absolutely no idea why but I really want one of these. :(

Please can someone convince me not to buy one as I really don't send many letters etc!!!


If you sell online then it's the best printer for you without any hassles for several years. I'm using an older version of same company for last 6 years without having any problems a single time but bought another one, just in case 8)
#5
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
1 Like #6
I've got one of these. Paid £35 for it from PC World in November last year following a deal someone posted on here. £40 is a fair price IMO.

Works like a charm. Glad I bought it. Even though I use it infrequently, it's perfect for those sort of jobs where you want a professional looking label instead of scribbling something.

Make sure you download the software / drivers from the Brother website instead of using the CD supplied ones as they don't work properly if you do the anniversary update on Win 10.

If I was being really picky, I would have liked the option of 600 dpi print (useful for 8 point or very small text etc), but it's probably quite rare at this price point.

Edited By: Picard123 on Dec 25, 2016 19:09: .
#7
Will this be suitable for labelling cables, ethernet cables?
#8
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?

You mean like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8BZ_FA44d0
#9
HinseyHonsey
Will this be suitable for labelling cables, ethernet cables?

You can label anything with it - labels come in all shapes, colours and sizes. Obviously you can cut them down afterwards as well.
#10
Quidco?
#11
Picard123
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
You mean like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8BZ_FA44d0
Not sure if the smartstamp application exists anymore having looked at their website. I've had no luck printing royal mail labels from ebay with this device, so wouldn't buy one solely to print royal mail labels.
#12
poshparrot
Picard123
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
You mean like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8BZ_FA44d0
Not sure if the smartstamp application exists anymore having looked at their website. I've had no luck printing royal mail labels from ebay with this device, so wouldn't buy one solely to print royal mail labels.

Looks like they discontinued it last year.

http://www.royalmail.com/personal/smartstamp-closing

No idea how the alternatives work though.
#13
spot on
banned#14
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
Yes! that's what I do. Royal Mail, Hermes, DPD, ParcelForce etc all postage labeling is sorted through this pal 8)

Edited By: foreverfine on Dec 25, 2016 20:51
#15
foreverfine
germainsophie
I have absolutely no idea why but I really want one of these. :(

Please can someone convince me not to buy one as I really don't send many letters etc!!!


If you sell online then it's the best printer for you without any hassles for several years. I'm using an older version of same company for last 6 years without having any problems a single time but bought another one, just in case 8)


Not really a full time seller - have just sold a few things on ebay.

Just seems like a novelty item! :{ (Might just get the smaller hand held ones!!!)
#16
Amazon have price matched but out of stock, can order for delivery.
1 Like #17
foreverfine
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
Yes! that's what I do. Royal Mail, Hermes, DPD, ParcelForce etc all postage labeling is sorted through this pal 8)


please share how you do it, Royal mail wants to print a quarter of a piece of a4 paper Everytime. my standard printer is rubbish and the barcodes don't scan! I would love to use the label printer for pre paid postage rather than get the death stare when I rock up at the post office at 5.20
#18
foreverfine
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
Yes! that's what I do. Royal Mail, Hermes, DPD, ParcelForce etc all postage labeling is sorted through this pal 8)
PLEASE POINT US AT THE APP OR RESULTS :)

is it the brother app? or something different?
banned#19
christopheshort1
foreverfine
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
Yes! that's what I do. Royal Mail, Hermes, DPD, ParcelForce etc all postage labeling is sorted through this pal 8)
please share how you do it, Royal mail wants to print a quarter of a piece of a4 paper Everytime. my standard printer is rubbish and the barcodes don't scan! I would love to use the label printer for pre paid postage rather than get the death stare when I rock up at the post office at 5.20
Sure i'll but you need to wait till 16th Jan when I go back at my desk ;)
banned#20
IWANTBLUE
foreverfine
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
Yes! that's what I do. Royal Mail, Hermes, DPD, ParcelForce etc all postage labeling is sorted through this pal 8)
PLEASE POINT US AT THE APP OR RESULTS :)
Different app, i'll post screenshots here but you need to wait till 16th Jan when I go back at my desk :p
is it the brother app? or something different?
1 Like #21
foreverfine
IWANTBLUE
foreverfine
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
Yes! that's what I do. Royal Mail, Hermes, DPD, ParcelForce etc all postage labeling is sorted through this pal 8)
PLEASE POINT US AT THE APP OR RESULTS :)
Different app, i'll post screenshots here but you need to wait till 16th Jan when I go back at my desk :p
is it the brother app? or something different?

HO HO HO>>>>>>> Thanks anyway :)
#22
christopheshort1
foreverfine
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
Yes! that's what I do. Royal Mail, Hermes, DPD, ParcelForce etc all postage labeling is sorted through this pal 8)
please share how you do it, Royal mail wants to print a quarter of a piece of a4 paper Everytime. my standard printer is rubbish and the barcodes don't scan! I would love to use the label printer for pre paid postage rather than get the death stare when I rock up at the post office at 5.20
For that you will need Dymo 4XL printer. It is expensive, so I have a different solution - a laser printer and A6 cut to size label. I bought them from HERE and they are easy peel-off (the back paper is cut in the middle, so you can just bend it slightly). So far it is the best solution I know. I have not found anything better than that. If someone knows a better one, please advise. Thank you.

Edited By: tarcamion on Dec 26, 2016 17:48: Ommited words
#23
I'm sure I paid £35 over a year ago in store at PC world for this. it's the same model. it wasn't even on sale. price must have gone up.
#24
foreverfine
IWANTBLUE
foreverfine
dobo
Is it possible to print royal mail prepaid labels with this?
Yes! that's what I do. Royal Mail, Hermes, DPD, ParcelForce etc all postage labeling is sorted through this pal 8)
PLEASE POINT US AT THE APP OR RESULTS :)
Different app, i'll post screenshots here but you need to wait till 16th Jan when I go back at my desk :p
is it the brother app? or something different?

Ho Ho Ho ?? :)

any chance of those pointers :) Cheers in advance :)

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