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DYMO LabelManager 160 Hand-Held Label Maker (1790415) for $10

jregal2934 7 13 August 16, 2016 at 09:02 PM in Office & School Supplies (3) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by TattyBear August 21, 2016 at 11:53 AM
https://www.amazon.com/DYMO-Label...bdirect-20
  • Type text quickly on the computer-style QWERTY keyboard, edit with one-touch fast-formatting keys and print for perfect, professional labels every time.
  • Compact and lightweight for portability, making it easy to label just about anything, anywhere.
  • 6 font sizes, 8 text styles and more than 200 symbols make it easy to create high-quality labels for all your organization needs.
  • To extend the battery life, the unit's auto power-off function turns the label maker off when not in use.
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I like this label maker for low-volume stuff. I bought it for a similar price. If you print a ton of labels, and use symbols, it may not be your best choice. practically costs more to put batteries in it than the unit itself! I recommend looking on eBay for a decently priced AC adapter.
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Price is OK, but 33% off is too little. Also need to get extra ink and labels, so they add up.
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I bought one of these label makers several years ago. Have yet to use it. So unless you are very compulsive, you probably won't use this. So as Obi-Wan said, "Move on. These aren't the droids you're looking for."
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practically costs more to put batteries in it than the unit itself! I recommend looking on eBay for a decently priced AC adapter.
Or use Eneloops.
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Quote from norcalnative_707 View Post :
Or use Eneloops.
Just curious, what is the electricity cost of re-charging a bunch of enlopes batteries to reuse them?
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Just curious, what is the electricity cost of re-charging a bunch of enlopes batteries to reuse them?
Pennies.
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