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Brother Home and Office Labeler (PTD200)

Brother Home and Office Labeler (PTD200)

About Our Laminated Tapes

The PT-D200 uses tapes from our TZe laminated line, whereby text is protected by a thin, clear film. They withstand water, grease, fading and abrasion, and can be used in hot and cold environments, as well as outdoors. Choose from a wide variety of TZe tapes to match your application – use Standard Laminated Tapes for general home or office applications, or use one of our specialty tapes for labeling everything from wires and cables to photos for scrapbooking. We even have non-laminated fabric iron-on tape for labeling clothes, sports uniforms, linens and more.

  • One-touch keys – quickly access fonts, symbols, frames, and patterns
  • Graphical Display – see how your label will look!
  • 8 professional fonts for label variety
  • Uses laminated, TZe Tapes up to 12 mm wide – great for indoor or outdoor use
  • Easy-access memory, story up to 30 “Favorite” lables
  • Includes more than 600 symbols and 95 frames
  • 12 Deco Mode patterns, plus 6 Name Badge formats
  • Print 1 or 2 lines of text
  • Split-back labels for easy peel and stick
  • Operates on 6 x “AAA” batteries or AC adapter (neither included)

Great for a Variety of Applications

Use P-touch labels to help you stay organized. Categorize folders with colorful labels according to content to help facilitate quick identification and retrieval of important documents. Create a customized label to easily identify personal items. Including contact information, such as a phone number or e-mail address; helps to ensure that misplaced items are returned to their rightful owners. Not sure what is lurking in that food storage container? Use laminated P-touch labels to keep track of items in your refrigerator or freezer. Include useful information – such as time and date packed or heating instructions. Your containers can go from freezer to the microwave… even the dishwasher – while the labels remain legible and affixed.

What’s in the Box?
  • PT-D200
  • 0.47″ (12 mm) x 13.1′ (4 m) Black on White laminated “TZe” starter tape
  • User’s Manual

Easy to Use

The PT-D200 makes it easy to create stylish labels for your home and office. With its convenient one-touch keys – getting organized just got easier. Quickly access fonts, symbols, frames or Deco Mode patterns with a touch of a button. And once you are done creating your label, the graphical display lets you preview text and layout prior to printing…so you know exactly how your label will look BEFORE you print.

Variety of Pre-designed Labels

Quickly print pre-designed, eye-catching labels from the Deco Mode gallery or use the 2-line, name badge designs to create labels for meetings, events and more. The large, built-in memory stores up to 30 of your favorite labels – so reprinting them in the future is a snap.

Create Custom Labels Quickly and Easily

Create personalized, decorative labels using virtually any combination of the 8 fonts, 95 frames and over 600 symbols. Get ready to let your creativity run wild!

Specifications PT-90 PT-H100 PT-D200
Tape Type / Size M (non-laminated) up to 1/2″ wide TZe (laminated) up to 1/2″ wide TZe (laminated) up to 1/2″ wide
Uses Durable Laminated Tape for Indoor / Outdoor Use X X
Multi-Line Printing X X X
Multiple Fonts X
Built-in Decorative Templates 8 12 12
Power Adapter X (not included)
  • One-touch keys – quickly access fonts, symbols, frames and patterns
  • Graphical Display – see how your label will look!
  • 8 professional fonts for label variety
  • Uses Laminated, “TZe” Tapes up to 12mm wide – great for indoor or outdoor use
  • Easy-access memory, store up to 30 “Favorite” labels

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What customers say about Brother Home and Office Labeler (PTD200)?

  1. 137 of 141 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for staying organized, July 28, 2012

    This review is from: Brother Home and Office Labeler (PTD200) (Office Product)

    I bought this item to help me reorganize my home filing cabinet and other documents. Having a printed-out label instead of a hand-written one helps a lot more than I thought it would. It’s great to be able to print them as I need them, instead of waiting until I have enough to do a batch job through my computer printer.

    I chose this labeler instead of others because of the price and ease of use, and I’m happy with my purchase. Even though I only use one style, this labeler has a variety of fonts and styles in case I ever need them. There are also a bunch of pictograms and borders that can be used to decorate the labels.

    It doesn’t take up much room in a drawer and its desk footprint is pretty small. It’s a bit too bulky to carry around on the job, so consider your needs before buying.

    The only downsides I’ve come across are that it uses 6 AAA batteries, which can get expensive. There is an AC adapter available for it, although I think any 9V AC adapter from an electronics store should do the trick – please correct me if I’m wrong on this.

    Second, when printing labels, there seems to be a lot of extra room in the margins, which is wasteful considering how expensive the tapes can be. I’ve looked at a lot of labelers and they all seem to have this issue. The workaround I use is to set the margins as small as possible, then set it to “Chain Print” and do as many at the same time as I can.

    I bought mine from an office supply store, and I see that it’s a bit cheaper to buy it through Amazon. The refill tapes are also a lot cheaper through Amazon. I’m thinking of buying a second one of these for my office.

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  2. 68 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Wasteful, January 10, 2013

    This review is from: Brother Home and Office Labeler (PTD200) (Office Product)

    I hope the people at Brother read this review.

    Apparently, they think they have a smart system to sell more tape/ink by leaving a one inch space on both ends of each label. This creates a giant 2 inches of extra space on each label you print. You cannot change the margin to less than 1 inch.

    Not only do you have to buy more labels over time, but it makes the label making process time consuming and cumbersome. You have to manually trim each label to get it to fit on a standard file folder or to suit other purposes. When you’re in the middle of a project, you’ll often need to make a lot of labels. This aspect defeats the purpose of getting a label maker to help you make labels efficiently.

    The reality is that this wasteful business strategy is probably not profitable for Brother because I took the thing back to the store and got my money back. Now I won’t be buying ANY labels from Brother in the future. There are several other reviewers on this site that did the same.

    Plus, these negative reviews are not helping Brother sell label makers to new customers.

    I bought a Dymo LabelManager 280 instead and found the margin to be more reasonable.

    The other thing that this label maker needs is an included AC adapter. The one they sell costs $20 which almost doubles the label maker’s cost. You’ll want an AC adapter because putting, “get batteries” on your task list every time you want to use the label maker for a project is also counter-productive. For me, I bought a label maker to increase productivity, not add more hassles.

    If Brother would correct these two easy things, this would be a nice label maker.

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  3. 88 of 92 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Uses too much tape, December 26, 2012
    Adam M. Conway

    This review is from: Brother Home and Office Labeler (PTD200) (Office Product)

    While the printer works fine and is priced right the overuse of tape is inexcusable. Basically it leaves a huge space before the printing and a huge space after – this has 3 effects
    1) more than doubles to triples your tape usage which costs more $$$ to use (also lines Mr Brother’s pockets)
    2) means that you have to go back afterwards with scissors and cut the label so that it is not ridiculously large – this is a big waste of time and means that if you are walking around making labels (as I do) you must carry scissors
    3) If you believe that we live in a world of scarce resources, isn’t this just plain wasteful?

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  4. Laser printers are a bit faster, have good B&W quality, don’t have ink that dries and clogs up. Laser printers need cartridges that can be quite expensive, but last a long time. You can recycle cartridges, or even fill them with toner (not recommended). They have internal chips that keep count of use.
    There is an imaging drum that lasts a long time but might degrade over time.
    Ink jets are cheaper in short run, but must be used almost every day to keep the ink flowing.
    HP and Epson are good brands. Brother and Canon are good too. If you don’t require fine color pictures, most any model will do.

  5. You can’t go wrong with a HP laser. They use toner cartridges. This also includes the imaging drum because it wears out (scratches, etc.) and needs replacing by the time you use up the toner anyway.

    Even if you wanted the occasional color print, I would just go to a Kinko’s for “business graphics” or the drug store photo printing service. Ink jet printers are fussy (clogged jets), messy and expensive to run (expensive ink).

  6. If you are only interested in text, lasers are faster and sharper. A black on is about $ 60 but if you go to color they will be expensive and so will the toner. If you want photos and scanning/copying, an inkjet multi-function will be cheaper. In inkjet, Epson wins for best price/feature comparison, best warranty and lowest cost of ink. You can’t beat their warranty. If anything goes wrong, they will fedex a replacement and pick up the old one at their expense. You can get ink for under 50 cents a cartridge at www.ccs-digital.com. You pay under 2.50 for reusable cartridges and then get $ 2 back for the empties. Or you can buy refillables (which is what Im using now) and refill yourself for pennies. The info on the Epson deals is updated constantly at http://ccs-digital.com/Best-printer-deals.asp

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