Brother PT-E100 Handheld Label Printer   Save £25.00 - £24.99 @ Maplin
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Brother PT-E100 Handheld Label Printer Save £25.00 - £24.99 @ Maplin

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Found 24th Jan
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Product overview• Handheld machine
• 1 frame, 168 symbols, 37 of which are bespoke electrician/installer symbols
& 54 keys
• 12mm max tape width
• Supplied with 1 x 12mm black on white tape (4m)
• ABC keyboard
• 16 characters x 1 line display
• 20mm per second print speed
• Auto power cut off
• Requires 6 x AAA batteries
• Convenient built-in cutter
• Easy to read graphical LCD screen
• Professional electrical labelling modes
• 3 year back to base warranty (upon registration)
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Not a bad price - I bought similar ones for a little less - the kicker is the cost of the replacement media (Although I was able to get the cloth ones for marking the kids clothes) - if you can find a cheap source of those this would make for an even better deal. Heat added btw!
pretty handy these things,

you can oder replacement media off ebay
Great little printer...use it for lots of things.
What’s the difference in this one for example compared to the £15 brother ones in Argos?
Urgh , it’s not qwerty, COLD
Phworrr-thats-cheap11 h, 3 m ago

Urgh , it’s not qwerty, COLD


Agreed. Makes it very fiddly to use for anything other than the most simple of labels.

Personally, I'd go for a label printer that plugs into a laptop.
Picard12332 m ago

Agreed. Makes it very fiddly to use for anything other than the most …Agreed. Makes it very fiddly to use for anything other than the most simple of labels.Personally, I'd go for a label printer that plugs into a laptop.


Yep, or this one is grand Dymo S0946320 Label Manager 160 Handheld Label Maker Qwerty Keyboard amazon.co.uk/dp/…65A
Phworrr-thats-cheap9 h, 13 m ago

Yep, or this one is grand Dymo S0946320 Label Manager 160 Handheld Label …Yep, or this one is grand Dymo S0946320 Label Manager 160 Handheld Label Maker Qwerty Keyboard https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B006O87KUA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_MyzAAbHTW165A


Definitely better with QWERTY but unless you're labelling alot of stuff whilst walking around a warehouse, a PC/laptop/tablet printer provides alot more flexibility in terms of design / speed / graphics and mail shots.

Each to their own I guess.
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