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Dymo S0883980 LetraTag LT-100H Label Maker ABC Keyboard - Black/Blue
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- Choose from five font sizes, seven print styles and eight box styles
- See font effects on screen before you print with a graphical display
- Take advantage of nine-label memory and two-line printing
- Save power with auto-off functionality
- 13-character LCD screen
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Dymo LetraTag LT-100H Label Maker ABC Keyboard
Small, sleek and portable, the handheld LetraTag 100H is the ideal label maker for your home. It prints on a variety of coloured labels, plus adds features like multiple font styles, underlining, bolding, text sizing and more.
Its graphical display lets you see font effects on screen, so you know exactly what you’re printing each and every time. Take the guesswork out of label making with the LetraTag 100H.
- Choose from five font sizes, seven print styles and eight box styles.
- See font effects on screen before you print with a graphical display.
- Take advantage of nine-label memory and two-line printing.
- Nine-label memory, date stamping function, 195 symbols and auto-off power saver.
- 13-character LCD screen.
- Easy-to-use navigation buttons for fast access to features.
- Prints one or two lines per label (12 mm width).
- Prints on paper, plastic, metallic and iron-on LetraTag LT labels.
|LetraTag LT-100H||LetraTag LT-100H+||LetraTag LT-100T|
|Printing process||Direct Thermal||Direct Thermal||Direct Thermal|
|Printing height||4.7 mm||4.7 mm||4.7 mm|
|Text styles and effects||Normal, vertical, outline, bold, shadow, italic||Normal, vertical, outline, bold, shadow, italic||Normal, vertical, outline, bold, shadow, italic|
|Batteries required (not included)||4 x AA||4 x AA||4 x AA|
|Size (HxWxD) (mm)||65 x 95 x 215||65 x 95 x 215||228 x 220 x 83|
|Net weight (grams)||280||280||480|
Top Customer Reviews
The printer does come with 4m white paper tape cassette. I also bought the Dymo Letratag Starter Kit x3 Tapes which comes with a yellow plastic tape cassette which I use to stick on the plugs of different appliances so I can see what to turn off in the sea of cables!
As with a number of these printers, the labels do have a big border around the lettering. For example, just printing "TV" on a label on the medium sized font, results in a label measuring 37mm (1½ inches). There is no way to change the margins.
The unit is approximately 16cm x 14½cm x 6cm.
Cons: It is a little noisy when printing and it always defaults to a certain size when you turn it on instead of remembering the last size used, although it remembers the text, but none of these are big issues.
It comes with paper tape which is fine for most things like labelling files/dividers, but I would recommend getting plastic tape for things like plugs and pigeon holes where it needs to be more durable.
If you use the clear button to delete your last label text, it resets any formatting you have set up (font size, borders etc.) to defaults as well, which is a little annoying. One way round this would be to delete the text character by character, which is a bit impractical for a long label.
It doesn't come with batteries, so you will need 4 AA batteries as well.
I had a problem initially with the tape cutter after printing a label, but found this was because I had not clicked the cartridge fully home, so that's one to watch. It also took me a while to notice that the backing tape is pre-cut lengthwise, which makes removal easy.
One thing that amused me was other people's reviews complaining that it came with paper tape, which wasn't suitable for their purposes. In fact, that is just what I wanted (for labelling separators in a box file). So I was a bit miffed when mine came complete with two tape cassettes: one plastic and one iron-on fabric, but no paper. As a retired person, with school long behind me, I don't need to label my clothes, so I don't see a use for the fabric tape! (Maybe it will come in useful when they cart me off to the old people's home, though.)
Another thing to note is that buying my paper tape in one well-known chain of office supplies stores cost me about twice as much as on-line prices, so beware!
The best thing I like about this gadget is that it dosen't use ink! It somehow embeds the words into the tape through a thermal transfer technology. The only thing you do need to purchase is the tape which costs approx. £3-£8 depending on where purchased. However the tape is 4metres long so you have quite alot of it. ;-)
So I have compared this one against the Dymo LabelManger 280 (Dymo Label Manager 280 Label Maker).
Both have a QWERTY keyboard and both use 12mm wide tape, available in a variety of colours for both devices (although they do use different cartridges).
The LabelManager machine comes with a charger and a rechargeable battery, the LatraTag comes with AA batteries and you can buy an optional power adapter.
Both can print a wide variety of labels and both include numerous clip art images and borders in their internal memories.
So based on that, why would you buy this model instead of the more expensive the LabelManager? It all depends on the additional features of the LabelManager machine and whether they are functions that you want/need and are prepared to pay extra for.
The extra functions of the LabelManager are:
- computer connectivity - download the software and drivers from DYMO and design/print labels direct from your PC/Mac
- with the computer software, you can also print barcodes, sequentially numbered labels, images and a whole load more.
I would suggest, for most people, this cheaper option may be the right option, however some offices may decide it is worth the extra money for the extra features of the LabelManager.
By the way, both are excellent machines in their own right and both are worth the full 5 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have one of these machines which we use were i work and i purchased another so that we could make twice as many labels to save time as we have loads to do. Read morePublished 4 days ago by anthony taylor
You can not use a mains adapter with this model, which I did not know when I purchased it. (I also purchased a mains adapter!!!!)Published 10 days ago by Mrs N West
Does the job, labels aren't that sticky though. Very readable and easy to use.Published 14 days ago by Dinant
I was dubious about buying this label maker due to the feedback on it and the way its been portrayed to use up batteries. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Paul M.
changed my life, everything has a label now! expensive refills, but worth it. I'm on my second, I use it daily in the office, and the kitchen!Published 26 days ago by A. Edwards