Brother PT-80 P-Touch Electronic Labeling System Label Maker tes

Brother PT-80 P-Touch Electronic Labeling System Label Maker tes

Brother PT-80 P-Touch Electronic Labeling System Label Maker tes

Brother PT-80 P-Touch Electronic Labeling System Label Maker tes:we share the same passion for shopping as you do. Personal experience with a Brother Labeler P-80.This is my personal experience with a Brother Labeler P-touch model PT-80. For several years I have owned a model PT-65 and like the PT-80 it is also made in China. The PT-65 has been very useful for the usual household needs of my family, but when my 6 year old girl dropped it and cracked the case I decided to step-up to a newer model. I purchased the PT-80 at a very reasonable price( ), been aware that Brother makes it’s profits on the sale of the tape and not on the machine. My first experience was with trying to use a set of high quality rechargeable batteries, after the initial set-up I was able to print 2 labels, then the machine stopped in the middle of the 3rd label. Since the back of the PT-80 states “4 AAA Alkaline Batteries” I replaced the rechargeable batteries with Alkaline batteries, much to my surprise the PT-80 keep it’s settings and the text in memory during the battery exchange. I tried to print some new labels using additional styles and settings. I was able to print one label before the low battery indicator came on screen and then the PT-80 turned itself off. I was able to turn it on again and again, but it will only print part of the label every time. After reading reviews posted by other users, this is not be a defective PT-80, but a design problem. My old PT-65 uses 6 batteries and not 4 like the PT-80, and the batteries are the larger AA size and not he smaller AAA used by the PT-80. My recommendation is to avoid the PT-80, returning it for an exchange will not be practical due to shipping charges. Yesterday I was able to buy a Refurbished PT-65, like my old one, for less than 10 bucks and it works very well. Joaquin Arosemenaranking top17,new york mall,max 63% offBrother PT-80 P-Touch Electronic Labeling System Label Maker tes

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Brother PT-80 P-Touch Electronic Labeling System Label Maker tes

Brother PT-80 P-Touch Electronic Labeling System Label Maker tes:we share the same passion for shopping as you do. Personal experience with a Brother Labeler P-80.This is my personal experience with a Brother Labeler P-touch model PT-80. For several years I have owned a model PT-65 and like the PT-80 it is also made in China. The PT-65 has been very useful for the usual household needs of my family, but when my 6 year old girl dropped it and cracked the case I decided to step-up to a newer model. I purchased the PT-80 at a very reasonable price( ), been aware that Brother makes it’s profits on the sale of the tape and not on the machine. My first experience was with trying to use a set of high quality rechargeable batteries, after the initial set-up I was able to print 2 labels, then the machine stopped in the middle of the 3rd label. Since the back of the PT-80 states “4 AAA Alkaline Batteries” I replaced the rechargeable batteries with Alkaline batteries, much to my surprise the PT-80 keep it’s settings and the text in memory during the battery exchange. I tried to print some new labels using additional styles and settings. I was able to print one label before the low battery indicator came on screen and then the PT-80 turned itself off. I was able to turn it on again and again, but it will only print part of the label every time. After reading reviews posted by other users, this is not be a defective PT-80, but a design problem. My old PT-65 uses 6 batteries and not 4 like the PT-80, and the batteries are the larger AA size and not he smaller AAA used by the PT-80. My recommendation is to avoid the PT-80, returning it for an exchange will not be practical due to shipping charges. Yesterday I was able to buy a Refurbished PT-65, like my old one, for less than 10 bucks and it works very well. Joaquin Arosemenaranking top17,new york mall,max 63% offBrother PT-80 P-Touch Electronic Labeling System Label Maker tes