Brother P-Touch PT-D210 Label Maker

May 3, 2018 - Comment

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(as of April 19, 2020 11:28 pm EDT - Details)

With the PT-D210, easily organize and personalize items just the way you want them around your home and office. Quick access to fonts, frames, symbols and more. Create labels with 1 or 2 lines of text on durable, laminated easy-peel “TZe” tape up to 12mm (1/2”) wide.

Product Features

  • One-touch keys — Quick access to fonts, frames, symbols and more
  • Graphical display – See how your label will look before you print
  • Many ways to personalize – 14 fonts, 95 frames, and more than 600 symbols
  • Useful templates – For file and even decorative labels with patterns
  • Easy-access memory – Store up to 30 labels for quick reprinting. 4 AAA Batteries required (not included; Polaroid AAA batteries)

Comments

SaRee Voth says:

Great Product! It’s great! Did everything I wanted it to do and more. For the other reviewers who are complaining it wastes tape obviously didn’t read the directions. To fix the “problem” they are having you just have to change the margins, which are full, half or narrow. I attached a picture with the difference between full margins and narrow. It’s all pretty simple and can’t wait to label everything!

Richard Milward says:

Minimizing label waste I’ve used different model P-Touch printers and they all seem to waste a lot of tape. However, you can minimize that by printing several different labels at the same time, with a few spaces in between. So don’t print “Sage”, and then “Thyme”, and then “Rosemary”, but print “Sage Thyme Rosemary”, and use scissors to cut them apart. You can also print up to 9 copies of a label.

FlamingoNut says:

Nice label maker, but one major complaint still not rectified (excessive tape waste) I have my share of Brother label makers, a PT-80 which is relatively old, and a PT-1010. Both have more complaints about wasted tape on the front end of the label, but Brother fails to address and rectify this problem. Considering how expensive the tape is, users would appreciate this problem taken care of! But it never is.Regardless, this is a nice labeller. You best keep the instruction pamphlet close by, because if you ever want to use one of the decorative options, you’ll need…

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