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Brother PTD400 Desktop Label Printer £24.99 @ Ryman - Free C&C
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Brother PTD400 Desktop Label Printer £24.99 @ Ryman - Free C&C

£24.99£29.9917%Ryman Deals
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Posted 20th Nov 2019

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Label all of the things! I posted this a little while back at £29.99, which is a good price anyway. Now it's £24.99 in their 'Black Friday' Sale. 3rd party refills are pretty cheap too.

For this you'll need 6 AA Batteries, I have checked the Brother site which states that it comes with batteries, but it doesn't mention on Ryman. So keep that in mind.

Alternatively you can use a mains adapter for it, but that's not included here.

Available for C&C or +3.50 for delivery

Disclaimer: This Brother printer, doesn't print Brothers


This Brother Label printer allows you to create a range of different sized labels for a variety of different uses.

With the PT series of label printers create labels up to 18mm in size and in a variety of colours to organise your home or office.

The PT-D400 desktop label printer has a QWERTY style keyboard and one touch function keys.

  • LCD screen displays up to 3 lines of 15 characters from 14 different font types and prints 20mm per second

  • Graphic display - easy to see and choose the content you would like to use from the many options available

  • One touch function keys - easy access to attractive contents such as font, label, symbol, auto format & sample labels

  • Sample label function - includes various label samples, customer can make attractive labels easily

  • Horizontally wider PC style keyboard, easier to type on

  • High speed print - 20mm second/print speed

  • Labels tapes available from 3.5 to 18mm in variety of colours

  • Power Adapter not included
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As you seem to know about this product, would it print an address label or would that be too big
Lord.vader20/11/2019 13:51

As you seem to know about this product, would it print an address label or …As you seem to know about this product, would it print an address label or would that be too big


Hi, from what I have found online, it wouldn't be suitable for addresses, as the text would probably be very small.
There was something about it on the Brother site, although it's since been removed. I think this one is targeted for basic labelling, as opposed for sending mail.

I'll see if I can find out anything else
Lord.vader20/11/2019 13:51

As you seem to know about this product, would it print an address label or …As you seem to know about this product, would it print an address label or would that be too big


Nope, the maxium width of tape this can use is 18mm so you'd need to stick several seperate labels and it would look crap!

Even the higher spec printers can only accomodate 24mm wide tapes (which are expensive) and a few can do 36mm wide tapes.

These TZ printers are great and this isn't a bad price for a half decent machine but they're not the right tool for address labelling.
Lord.vader20/11/2019 13:51

As you seem to know about this product, would it print an address label or …As you seem to know about this product, would it print an address label or would that be too big


You really need a brother QL500 series printer for that. Fabulous for Christmas Card labels!
marlot20/11/2019 18:06

You really need a brother QL500 series printer for that. Fabulous for …You really need a brother QL500 series printer for that. Fabulous for Christmas Card labels!


I want address labels for eBay. Looks more professional. But I don't want a bulky printer.

First world problems
Lord.vader20/11/2019 18:13

I want address labels for eBay. Looks more professional. But I don't want …I want address labels for eBay. Looks more professional. But I don't want a bulky printer. First world problems


A ql500 is tiny!
marlot20/11/2019 18:38

A ql500 is tiny!


Do you have to link to a pc to address labels or can you do it stand alone?
These are still about as I have just bought one.
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