BRTPTD210

Easy-to-Use Label Maker

Thermal Transfer - 0.79 in/s Mono - 180 dpi - Label, Tape - x 0.14", x 0.24", x 0.35", x 0.47" - LCD Screen - Battery, Power Adapter - 6 Batteries Supported - AAA - White, Gray - Handheld, Desktop - QWERTY, Manual Cutter, Label Length Setting, Auto Number

Our Price $59.95 Each

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Easy-to-use format quickly creates labels up to 12mm wide
Graphic display shows how your label will look before you print
1-touch keys let you quickly access fonts, labels, frames and more
Built-in memory saves up to 30 labels for fast, time-saving performance
14 fonts, 95 frames and over 600 symbols offer label variety
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SKU
BRTPTD210
Manufacturer
Brother Industries, Ltd
Manufacturer Part Number
PTD210
Brand Name
Brother
Product Model
PT-D210
Product Type
Electronic Label Maker
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Color
Greys
Thickness
2.7"
Features
Built-in Designs Template
Media Type
Tape
Recycled
No
Power Source
Power Adapter
Battery Included
No
Battery Size Supported
AAA
Number of Batteries Supported
6
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BrotherEasy-to-Use Label Maker
 
4.1

(based on 98 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (52)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (25)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (8)

85%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great purchase for this teacher

As the name implies, the PT-D210 is quite easy-to-use. It is full of pre-loaded fonts and layouts and can save several of your favorite designs to make them easy-to-retrieve for future use. It...Read complete review

As the name implies, the PT-D210 is quite easy-to-use. It is full of pre-loaded fonts and layouts and can save several of your favorite designs to make them easy-to-retrieve for future use. It s light-weight and the buttons are big and clear.

Since the screen is somewhat small, the menus can take some time to navigate, but with practice and as I become familiar with the various menus and options, I'm sure the PT-D210 will be even easier to use.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Works good, BUT.....

This Brother - PT-D210 works very well, as long as you have an excess amount of tape and batteries stored away. 1st - When printing, there is an excess of...Read complete review

This Brother - PT-D210 works very well, as long as you have an excess amount of tape and batteries stored away. 1st - When printing, there is an excess of 3/4" in front and back of the lettering, even if your printing a label of 1 character. For me this is a huge waste of tape. I called Brothers and they indicated there is not adjustment for this waste. 2nd - The battery life does not last long at all. I've tried different types of batteries, still they die out super fast. Yes they are new batteries. Instructions are very difficult to follow and understand. Not user friendly. After reading and trying to make head and tales out of things, is when I had to call customer service for help. Just to receive feedback that there isn't any adjustment in the length of wasted tape and no recommendations for the shortage of battery life. But was recommended to purchase another item that plugs into the wall. How convenient is that, especially when you may be carrying this around the house or business. The store I purchase it from would not take it back as it has been to long since the purchase date, now I'm stuck with an item I do not want. I would NOT recommend this to others unless you know about these issues that I have ran into. It works great, but very wasteful, have extra batteries, because it will stop working when you need it most.

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4.0

Great features,

By Kiwitree

from Dearborn Heights, MI, United States

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

The machine should set at a viewing angle more so you can see what you are typing.

 
3.0

pt-210

By shirty

from Undisclosed

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

not really user friendly. needs better manual help.

 
5.0

Great Labeler

By 153cdavis

from Oak Island, NC, United States

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

I love the ease of use of this ma home. I've owned a smaller versions home that was great, but I love the extra features of this unit so much better. I use it most for file folder labels.

 
4.0

Lots of features for an inexpensive unit.

By BigD429

from Valparaiso, IN, United States

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

I needed an inexpensive label machine to make labels for parts bins at work. This'll do it and quite a bit more. If you like to personalize your labels there are lots of emojis and borders to do just that.

 
5.0

Brother Labelmaker PT-D210

By NancyJ

from Mesquite, TX, United States

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

This labelmaker is great. It has more options than I can count.

 
5.0

Fantastic product!

By Anth

from Cleveland Ohio

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

Absolutely love this label maker! It really was a great purchase and works like a champ.

 
4.0

RETIREE

By mdoak

from Michigan, United States

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

THUS FAR I REALLY LIKE MY BROTHER LABEL MAKER. I LIKE THE DIFFERENT SIZES OF PRINT I CAN MAKE MY LABEL.

 
5.0

Great quality tool.

By Prairie Hey

from Hutchinson, KS, United States

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

I am impressed with the quality and engineering of the PT-D210. The clarity of the print is superb. I found the user manual to be a bit overwhelming, but I adapted over time. The accessories & different types of labeling tape that can be used gives folks plenty of options.

 
5.0

Label maker

By Dort24

from Northwest Indiana

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

Very easy to use. Nice fonts and so many frames to choose from. Wonderful product.

 
5.0

Love my "BROTHER"

By SantaBaby

from Georgia

Comments about Brother Easy-to-Use Label Maker:

I have really enjoyed using my brother PT-D210. I use it for labeling folders in my file cabinet, making labels to go on our luggage for our upcoming cruise, labeling things around the house, etc. The ONLY thing I do not like is the fact that I can not control the beginning and ending margins. The margins are so large that it wastes too much of the label. I wind up cutting off and throwing away more than I use.

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