Brother PTH100R Handheld Labelling Machine £12.94 delivered @ Box.co.uk
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Brother PTH100R Handheld Labelling Machine £12.94 delivered @ Box.co.uk

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Found 27th Jul
Label all of the things! Pretty cheap for one of these, around £20 elsewhere just now.
The thing is... when you first get one, everything needs it's own label... NEEDS!


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Versatile, practical and really easy to use; the PT-H100Ris everything you could want in a hand-held label printer, whether it’s for the home or the office. To get you up and labelling, this stylish red model also comes with a 4m black on white laminated tape which you can use indoors and out.

Key Features
  • Save time up to 20mm per second
  • Durable labels up to 12mm, able to handle extreme
  • conditions
  • Portable, handheld design – perfect for “on-the-go” use
  • Convenient built-in cutter
  • Easy-access memory, store up to 9 “Favorite” labels
  • Easy to use ABC keyboard
  • Easy-to-read LCD screen
  • Includes -12mm black on white laminated tape (4m)
What’s in the box
  • TZe-231S -12mm Black on White Laminated tape (4m)
  • Users Guide
  • Warranty Card
  • Tape catalogue
Laminated Tapes
The PT-H100 uses tapes from our TZe laminated line, whereby the text is protected by a thin, clear film. They withstand water, grease, fading and abrasion, and can be used in hot and cold environments, as well as outdoors. Choose from a wide variety of TZe tapes to match your application – use Standard Laminated Tapes for general home or office applications, or use one of our specialty tapes for labeling everything from wires and cables to photos for scrapbooking. We even have non-laminated fabric iron-on tape for labeling clothes, sports uniforms, linens and more.

Great for a Variety of Applications
Use P-touch® labels to help you stay organized. Categorize folders with colorful labels according to content to help facilitate quick identification and retrieval of important documents. Create a customized label to easily identify personal items. Including contact information, such as a phone number or e-mail address helps to ensure that misplaced items are returned to their rightful owners. Not sure what is lurking in that food storage container? Use laminated P-touch® labels to keep track of items in your refrigerator or freezer. Include useful information – such as time and date packed or heating instructions. Your containers can go from freezer to the microwave… even the dishwasher – while remaining legible and affixed.

Conveniently Label Cables and Wires
Don't know what to do with that mass of knotted wires behind your desk or entertainment center? Tame the “wire jungle” with P-touch® labels that clearly identify each cable or cord. Gone are the days of trying to trace indistinguishable cords back to their devices. The PT-H100 offers a built-in cable labeling feature that automatically formats your labels for you – so organizing your cables, wires and cords couldn’t be easier.

Top comments

I have no idea why i want this .... but i think everything in my house going to be VERY easy to find within 3-5 working days.
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What kind of labels does it take? ANy links on flebay?

I have no idea why i want this .... but i think everything in my house going to be VERY easy to find within 3-5 working days.

I must resist. I must resist. I must resist...

Original Poster Editor

RCUK

I have no idea why i want this .... but i think everything in my house … I have no idea why i want this .... but i think everything in my house going to be VERY easy to find within 3-5 working days.



Haha, incredible

£14.95 delivery to NI... You have got to be kidding

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Banned

Thanks OP!

What refills(ink, paper) does this need?

Excellent Thank-you. I've been after one of these.

On eBay for £14.99 delivered if it helps anyone

ebay.co.uk/itm…810

adil171

On eBay for £14.99 delivered if it helps … On eBay for £14.99 delivered if it helps anyonehttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/361899658810


£29.99 on eBay now, gits.

Same here

hncsys

£14.95 delivery to NI... You have got to be kidding



Same here hncsys AND I AM ON THE 'MAINLAND' the ****. Surely it'll just go in the post anyway??? I'm Out.

ps Is it an older model anyway? Here's the Brother PT H101C for £15.39 delivered on EBAY
Edited by: "airdsuk" 27th Jul

Be aware, a 8M tape for printing will set you back more than the Printer @ £15 from Currys, or £14 from Amazon. Almost entering the territory of Inkjet printers and the ink price scam

Ordered and heat - thanks OP.

Northerndave

Be aware, a 8M tape for printing will set you back more than the Printer … Be aware, a 8M tape for printing will set you back more than the Printer @ £15 from Currys, or £14 from Amazon. Almost entering the territory of Inkjet printers and the ink price scam



This scam pre-dates ink jet printers X)

hncsys6 h, 10 m ago

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That is crazy. They could send it Royal Mail Special Delivery next day by 1pm for less than half that!

There's 3x 8m tape packs for £14 on Amazon and fulfilled by Amazon

miaas9 h, 3 m ago

There's 3x 8m tape packs for £14 on Amazon and fulfilled by Amazon


Linky please

It comes with 4m of tape .... how much labelling are you folks planning to do?

Or you planning to write essays on this thing?

Admin

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I can see certain situations where this could be useful.......

voted hot manage to buy something again and in luck this time. (_;)

If I had one of these I’d literally label everything just because I can 🤷🏻‍♂️

I use one of these plant labels stick on pvc plant label and they last outside, print on jam jars for home made jam and workshop I label screws, nuts, washers, nails in compartments so easy to spot what size is in the containers. Cheap labels if you use unofficial labels and also set up in setup set it for margin is narrow less waste either side of label as it can waste a lot of tape otherwise
Edited by: "shrek" 31st Jul

When I saw the picture I thought it was a new BlackBerry.

All these Brother labellers waste a lot of tape on the lead ins and outs. Print quality is blockier than it used to be, too.

I've tried to make my print as small as i can by reducing the margin, and label size etc etc but every time it prints, despite being set to 30mm (which is the correct length the text prints) it prints out another 25 mm of nothing to the left of it spaced in the middle with 2 dots like : (My text) Is this normal, if so it seems a waste? If not how do i change it - I think i've wasted nearly all my supplied cartridge trying to sort it out! Haha! Not a patch on my Dymo labelwriter 450 so far (but it is portable i guess)

Can anyone help?
Thanks in advance

As with printers, the replacement labels are what costs money, ignore the cost of the device! There are compatibies too. Always make sure you get 8 metre ones. If one seems cheap the first thing to check is if its 8m and if it's laminated. I labels every box and every drawer in my box room. It WILL take over your life, trigger OCD, but you'll always be able to find stuff.

You can set them so they not as wasteful its in settings, set it for narrow margin.

Word of warning, never touch the cutter while it is printing, obviously it will jam and throw an error but I did it once and the tape reel decided to go back on itself writing off the cartridge as it stuck itself together.

shrek6 h, 10 m ago

You can set them so they not as wasteful its in settings, set it for …You can set them so they not as wasteful its in settings, set it for narrow margin.


I've already tried that but still had the same result. Thanks for taking three time to reply though. I'll have to do some some experiments I guess

Tip - get the tapes from China through eBay. Couple of quid each and they work perfectly.

To set it to not to waste so much tape go into menu, then margin and select chain print. When you print it asks you to select return key marked with arrow point left under print key

These do use battery even when not switched on apparently so they do go fairly quickly I always have a set of 6 spare AAA enelopees for mine this is my 2nd brother labeller. I got 5 new tapes as well came today amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "shrek" 2nd Aug

shrek1 h, 41 m ago

To set it to not to waste so much tape go into menu, then margin and …To set it to not to waste so much tape go into menu, then margin and select chain print. When you print it asks you to select return key marked with arrow point left under print keyThese do use battery even when not switched on apparently so they do go fairly quickly I always have a set of 6 spare AAA enelopees for mine this is my 2nd brother labeller. I got 5 new tapes as well came today https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01LE9T4HK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Do these Amazon ones definitely work. It doesn't list this printer as compatible in the listing?

shrek1 h, 49 m ago

To set it to not to waste so much tape go into menu, then margin and …To set it to not to waste so much tape go into menu, then margin and select chain print. When you print it asks you to select return key marked with arrow point left under print keyThese do use battery even when not switched on apparently so they do go fairly quickly I always have a set of 6 spare AAA enelopees for mine this is my 2nd brother labeller. I got 5 new tapes as well came today https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01LE9T4HK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


i tried the chain print option but it still comes out like this31606175-tqPHm.jpg

These definately work amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 as I been using them for well over a year in my other brother labeller on allotment. Only reason i didnt buy then again is price has gone up i paid £12.90 for them last time and now they are £15.90

This is full margin at top and chain print there is about 17mm wastage in that label as I measured it

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Edited by: "shrek" 3rd Aug

Wadadli_Cooler1st Aug

Tip - get the tapes from China through eBay. Couple of quid each and they …Tip - get the tapes from China through eBay. Couple of quid each and they work perfectly.


Linky?

To save on tape, you can print several labels at once with just a couple of spaces between each one and cut with scissors as labelling. HTH
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