Friday, April 10, 2009


A while back I received a fabulous gift from a sponsor and was asked to review it and do a giveaway of the product as well.

Today I requested to use that product instead of in a giveaway, I wanted to use it in a quick 3 day auction with the proceeds going to the Madeline Spohr funeral expenses.

So if after my review you enjoy this product, please feel free to go to Ebay and place a bid on it.

Brother P-Touch Portable Labeler

Are you kidding me? If you don't already know how amazingly fun it is to label EVERYTHING in your house yet, you don't know what you are missing.

From drawers to toy boxes, from cabinets to cubby holes. Using a labeler is the epitome of "A place for everything and everything in it's place".

I have even put a label where I keep MY towel in the bathroom, warning of certain death if anyone else uses it.

Brother has a reputation for being the first in personal labelers. I certainly remember my first, it seemed so slick and state of the art and just fit perfectly in my two hands. Pffffffffft! You've come a long way baby! This new labeler fits in ONE hand, talk about sleek and easy to use. One hand to hold it and the other is free to type. The portable handheld PT-1010B labeler with rubber grip is affordable, reliable and has a wide selection of features: 2 line printing, large 12-character LCD display, 8 type styles and 3 type sizes. The PT-1010B allows you to print your text with 6 frame options, 6 built-in auto formats and up to 83 symbols. The Time & Date function lets you print labels for leftovers and other dated items. Its compact size makes it easy to use anywhere, anytime.

Now for the imprtant yet boring part:

Technical Details

Easy to view, large 12-character x 1 line guidance LCD display
Print labels up to 1/2 wide on laminated indoor/outdoor tape
Easy to hold, comfortable rubber grip. Prints 1 to 2 lines of large crisp text
1 font, 3 type sizes and 8 type styles. Handheld, portable use for more convenience. Add time & date to your labels in 8 different formats
Built-in memory, save up to 9 of your favorite labels. Separate number keys & letter keys for easy input. Built-in manual cutter.

Operates on 6 "AAA" batteries or AC Adapter (both not included)

These retail for about $50. But you can go bid on one now, bidding is starting at 99 cents. ANd remember all proceeds are going to the Spohr family for the funeral expenses of their 16 month old daughter Maddie.

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