Brother QL 570  Label printer £34.95 @ amazon
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Brother QL 570 Label printer £34.95 @ amazon

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Found 6th Apr 2017
great label printer at a very good price.

£34.95 from amazon

This is wired only. The wireless brother ql710w is currently at £56.73 reduced from £99

I've gone for the wireless one.
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I have the wireless one and it's great. Grabbed mine for £35 18 months ago now and worth every penny.
If anyone has a Costco card, it's £28 (inc. VAT) in Costco inshore. At least it was on Sunday, I think it had an instant discount on it.

Edited by: "tpol" 6th Apr 2017
How do these compare to Dymo label printers? Had been considering purchasing one of those to print very slim (one line) labels.
Same price in Staples/Office Outlet, nearly bought one last week.
its 1-3 weeks dispatch im cold
Cold. My Samsung S7 will print wirelessly, if you have a compatible wireless printer and it's only £500 more.
Morsicatio

Cold. My Samsung S7 will print wirelessly, if you have a compatible … Cold. My Samsung S7 will print wirelessly, if you have a compatible wireless printer and it's only £500 more.



Cold, my Tesla car can print wirelessly, only need a very basic inkjet. £60000 more only, why not.
Edited by: "jackhuangys" 7th Apr 2017
Do these take proprietary one labels or will nay label work in them
What/Why do people use/need a dedicated label printer? Why not just use A4 label sheets and use your normal printer? Am I missing something?
ritchie1

What/Why do people use/need a dedicated label printer? Why not just use … What/Why do people use/need a dedicated label printer? Why not just use A4 label sheets and use your normal printer? Am I missing something?


Convenience. The A4 label sheets are fine for printing multiple copies of the same label or doing a mail merge but if you just want a single label, you need to tell the PC which label you want to print on each time. You also end up feeding the same sheet through the printer however many times there are labels on the sheet, after the third or fourth time through most printers, the label sheet is starting to get curled up and makes it more likely to jam.
cheekster

How do these compare to Dymo label printers? Had been considering … How do these compare to Dymo label printers? Had been considering purchasing one of those to print very slim (one line) labels.


I have one of these: office123.co.uk/pro…wcB bought when they were on offer. They work very well, have an internal battery and appear to the PC as a flash drive with the required software on the drive. The software can be run without installation so a very portable and handle label maker.
I bought one of these last year. Thought I would only rarely use it but it's turned out to be really useful particularly with the different label types and designs.

If I had to quibble, then 300dpi in 8pt font is a bit dotty, but then again, you're not going to get a 600dpi printer at this sort of price.

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