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Just ordered one now I will have to talk someone into buying my 5 week old E110 with no case no rechargeable battery and only 12mm tape and two line maximum
Guys buy it quick it’s a Monday only deal

(screwfix one not mine )
 
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Just ordered one now I will have to talk someone into buying my 5 week old E110 with no case no rechargeable battery and only 12mm tape and two line maximum
Guys buy it quick it’s a Monday only deal

(screwfix one not mine )
Does you old one "still" work?
 

Mike Johnson

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Looking on e-bay there is a 10% saving code for the PTE550 wifi connected version, so it's under £150.00 if anyone is interested.

And even though their website says the PTE300VP is in stock they do not have any and not expecting a delivery for at least another month. o_O
 

Mike Johnson

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Well it's arrived and it's a dam great lump of a thing and talk about complicated, need a degree in computer science to use it, and it only WiFi connects to iPads, iPhones etc not to a MacBook, all in all I think I have wasted my money.
 

telectrix

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Well it's arrived and it's a dam great lump of a thing and talk about complicated, need a degree in computer science to use it, and it only WiFi connects to iPads, iPhones etc not to a MacBook, all in all I think I have wasted my money.
which one you got? i'm considering the toolstation £49.50 jobby.
 

Midwest

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The Brother E550W, it does print beautiful labels and the heat shrink option is a good one, but!!! I think too complicated.

They are all the same, so I shouldn't worry. I've a Dymo Rhino. The best way I found to use it, was connect it (hard wired) to a pc and use the software, much easier to understand.

That said, when I used it for labelling mcb's on a CU, its quite restrictive on the description for each circuit. Try to type in too much, it becomes too small to read.
 

Mike Johnson

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I have been experimenting with the MacBook, but the software is restricted for a Mac, Arghh, so have to use Windows on Parallels, forgot how bad Windows really is in comparison.
 

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