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Casio 16-Digit 2-Line Label Maker

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2012-06-17 09:41 CDT

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Casio 16-Digit 2-Line Label Maker

Organize your life with easy-to-make identifying labels. Simple, fast operation makes this thermal printer ideal for home, school and office. One line, 16-digit LCD with Information Indication and user-friendly QWERTY keyboard for quick label creation. One built-in font with 18 character sizes. 200 dpi resolution. Approximately 1/2" maximum printing of two lines. Memory holds up to 80 characters. Auto power off. Uses four tape sizes. Requires six AA batteries (sold separately). Includes 12mm black-on-white tape.



  • QWERTY keyboard
  • 16-digit, 2-line printer
  • LCD display w/ 24 character sizes
  • 200 DPI resolution

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Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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  • Excelent product   »   Most Recent Review “Dose every thing I expected and more. The number of symbols and characters available is far larger than I expected.”
  • Casio review   »   Most Helpful Reviews “This is a great little label maker. It gets a lot of use in our office and it's held up very well. So well that we decided to get a second one.”
  • Wrong Product Delivered   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I am unable to review this product because the person I bought it from, Mr. Yash Doshi of Maxspin shipped me a Casio KL-60 and refuses to deliver the item that I ordered.”

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