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1. Casio CW-75 Disc Title Printer
$224.99 $129.88
2. Casio Label-Biz Disc Title Printer
$88.99 $68.75 list($109.99)
3. Casio CW-50 CD Title Printer
$11.99 $6.50 list()
4. Casio TR-18BK Black Ribbon Tape
$29.88
5. Casio KL-780 EZ Label Printer
$79.99 $68.99 list($99.95)
6. Casio KL-7200 3-Line Label Printer
$39.95 list($129.99)
7. Casio KL-8100 Professional Style
$8.99 list($11.99)
8. Casio KLP1000 Mouse Pad Label
$19.99 $5.25 list()
9. Casio KL-60SR Compact Label Printer
$19.99 list($44.99)
10. Casio KL-100 Label Printer
$52.99 $42.00 list($59.95)
11. Casio KL-750B 2 Line Label Printer
$189.99
12. Casio PCR-T465 Personal Cash Register
13. Casio(R) PCR-T2000 Cash Register
$120.00
14. Casio(R) PCR-265P(B) Cash Register
$19.88 list($25.98)
15. CASIO TR-18BK-3P 3-Pack of Ink
$21.72 list($24.99)
16. Casio XR-9WE2S 9mm Labeling Tape
$14.99 list($24.99)
17. Casio XR-9X2S 9mm Labelling Tape
$25.29 list($29.99)
18. Casio XR-12WE2S 12mm Labeling
$33.24 $15.95 list($34.99)
19. Casio XR-18X2S 18mm Labelling
$15.00 list($34.99)
20. Casio XR-18WES 18mm Labelling

1. Casio CW-75 Disc Title Printer
by Casio Inc.

our price: $112.99
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Asin: B0000BV1LH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 3140
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • QWERTY keyboard for standalone operation
  • USB connection for easy hookup to a PC
  • 12-character by 1-line LCD
  • 6 fonts, 1,055 symbols, step-by-step instructions and templates
  • 8 AA batteries included, optional AC adapter

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars An ingenious device...
I have found this disc title printer to be quite useful. As long as you buy blank CD/DVD's that have little preprinted writing on the front, you will have absolutely no problem printing quality, professional-looking labels on your discs. I rarely use the PC interface with the printer, instead opting to use the built-in screen for formatting my discs. Regardless, I have had no problems with this unit, and have found it to be very useful.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Printer. Highly Recommended
The printer does what it is designed to do - Print text and simple graphic labels on 2 rectangular areas (top and bottom) of a CD or DVD.

The print quality is good provided that you use the right kind of CD/DVD. As most of the reviewers have pointed out, you must use media with smooth shiny areas for the label. The CD does not have to be totally blank. It just needs to have enough smooth surface for your label to print on it. Disk with matted surface is not going to work. I use the SONY CD-R and the TDK DVD+R with good results. Both of them have manufacture's logo on the surface but they also have plenty of smooth blank areas for top and bottom labels.

The easiest way to explore the printer's features is to use the Disc Printer software (download the latest version from Casio's website). One of the things that the software allows you to do is to import a Windows Media Playlist (.asx) file. Once the file is imported, the software can automatically creates labels for all the song titles in your playlist. I have tried that feature and it works great.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Pleased, This Product Works Great!
This product works great! I read some of the negative statements and was a little reluctant to purchase it...but when I came across it at BJ's for $89 (after rebate) I figured I'd give it a try. Some of the negatives I've read was that you could only print on top and bottom of the cd or dvd...NOT TRUE!! Use your heads people. If you wish to print on the left or right middle of the cd (eg: a compact disc logo) simply import the graphic you want to use...rotate it so that after it prints the logo will be upright when the disc is turned to the left or right....then simply print on the top and bottom of the disc keeping the logo to the left or right depending on which side you want it. It's very easy to do. The templates and print options included in the software gives you almost unlimited options...you just need to use your head. After searching the net i was able to find cartriges in bundles of ten for $58. (5.80 a cartridge) @20 CDs per cartridge the cost is a mere 29 cents per cd or dvd. Not bad considering the professional results. You can also mix colors (not on the same line) if you're patient enough to print one line, change cartridge, then print another line. The unit needs a fairly smooth surface for best results...and quite frankly..the bare silver cd's look the best, even though it print on Memorex DVDs that are not completly smooth and have the memorex logo on them. Don't condem a product because you fail to follow directions. The Casio CW-75 does what it advertises and does it well...if you shop around it's cost effective..and if you have some patience and foresight you can get this to print almost any label you want on any part of the disc. Great Job Casio.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not Quite What I Expected
I recently received a Casio CW-75 as a gift (after dropping a hint that I'd seen one in a store).

The picture on the box shows a CD-R coming out of the printer, and even though no manufacturer's name or logo is visible, the markings on the CD-R bear a striking resemblance to the markings on the Sony CD-Rs that I had sitting on my desk. I immediately tried printing onto a few of the Sony CD-Rs, and the results were terrible.

After consulting the troubleshooting section of the manual, I tried adjusting the print density to its maximum setting. The results were better, but still unacceptable. Finally, I tried the test CD that came with the printer, and got much better results. The test CD had an absolutely smooth surface, whereas the Sony CD-R had a subtle texture to it.

The printer documentation mentioned a website address for information about the type of media recommended for use with the printer, but when I visited the website, I was greeted with a "sorry, now under construction" message. No help there.

I ended up buying some inexpensive Imix CD-Rs at a local office supply store. They have a perfectly smooth surface, and I've just printed a batch of 30 CD-Rs with very good results; only one disc came out less than perfect.

I also found it interesting that batteries ARE included with this printer, but NOT an AC adapter. The included batteries haven't died yet (after 30 good discs and about 10 test discs, each with 2 passes of printing on each), but I don't know how much life is left in them.

Incidentally, why does this thing run on batteries, anyway? Does Casio think people are going to be printing discs while they're out jogging or something? Before you get any ideas, let me point out that moving the printer while it's printing gives poor results. For best results, put this printer on a flat, stable surface and don't bump into it while it's in use.

The ribbon ran out after about 20 discs or so, which (as someone mentioned in another review) translates to about 50 cents per disc for labeling. In this case, that's more than DOUBLE the cost of the discs themselves, but the results really do look quite professional with the right combination of media and gentle care.

Using this printer as a standalone device was a little awkward, but the included software installed itself without a hitch, and it makes it MUCH easier to see what you're doing when laying out a label. I'd strongly recommend using the computer connection unless you have a very good reason not to do so.

Only time will tell if this labeling mechanism has any long-term adverse side effects. I was using paper labels for a long time before I discovered that after many months, they apparently shrink just a bit, which warps the CD-R into a slight bowl shape, and causes readability problems. I'm thinking that this Casio device is a much better idea than paper labels, if only for that reason.

4-0 out of 5 stars Does what it says; flawless software interface w/computer
The software install was very fast and went without a hitch. Loaded the batteries, installed the print cartridge, and connected to the computer with the included USB cable. Turning the printer on then prompts Windows XP to recognize the new hardware and load the drivers which you previously installed from the CD-ROM. This took 30 seconds.

Once that was done, I opened up the software and after clicking around a bit to see some of the formatting options, it took me less than ten minutes to put together a label for tomorrow night's MONK second season finale episode which I will burn onto DVD-R, with MONK at the top print area, and the episode name and original air date on the bottom print area. I used TDK brand DVD-R media which has a nice, large, smooth printable surface at the top and bottom.

Then I used the sample CD-R which comes with the machine, to burn a copy of a music CD. My results and observations of the machine's performance:

1. The software is pretty slick, and so far it works flawlessly. Depending on the type of disc you are printing (e.g. music, data, photos, etc.), it presents you with a variety of formatting options for the two print areas. With all formatting options, you can change the font name and size to whatever you have installed on your computer. All text formatting changes are immediately shown in the on-screen depiction of your label, so you can see right away if your text will fit into the print area the way you want it to appear. If you are printing in both print areas of the disc, the software prompts you to first align the disc in the tray for the top portion of the label...click print and it goes to it. Then the tray opens again, and the software prompts you to turn the disk so that it can print the lower print area.

2. I have not yet used the printer as a stand-alone...I will eventually try it out, but why bother with all those buttons and keys when I can easily get what I want much more easily on the computer?

3. The print quality is Pretty Darn Good. Larger, bolder and straighter fonts come out better than smaller, thin and curvy fonts, but in all cases you'll notice a slight "pixelization", or slightly rough edges. To my eye, it's only obvious if I hold the thing right up to my face. You can change the print density but I haven't played with that option yet, to see if it makes a difference. Overall, I'm happy with the print quality.

4. I'll be interested in seeing how the printing on the CD holds up from use in my car. The instructions say that use in such players causes wear on the print surface from the CD player's rollers that load the CD, which could cause the printing to eventually get worn off. Also says not to keep printed CDs where they'll get very hot, and not to store them in plastic-sleeve storage devices...I guess the ink can come off on the vinyl if it's in contact with it for very long.

5. Cost per print raised by others...bah! Definitely no comparison to the almost-zero cost of just writing on a disc with a marker, but my handwriting and printing looks like crap. Labels and ink jet ink aren't free, but probably cheaper than using this...but so what? And I'm starting to see some of the labels I've been using (Stomper and Avery) come up a little around the edges over time.

6. Power options: the battery power is great for me, because I don't have to find an empty outlet in my gaggle of power strips, and I can just pick the thing up and put it in a drawer when I'm done. On the other hand, I think Casio could have sprung for a measly A/C adapter instead of making it an option.

7. The CW-75 is not built like a tank. The drawer has a flimsy feel and does not close as precisely as it should. The unit is lightweight and...well, just think of your last Casio calculator or adding machine to get an idea of its general construction, fit, and finish. ... Read more


2. Casio Label-Biz Disc Title Printer w/Qwerty Keyboard (CWL300)
list price: $224.99
our price: $224.99
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Asin: B0007YEPVY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 17652
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Product Description

TITLE PRINTER/LABELMAKER ... Read more

Features

  • Extensive selection of fonts, effects, styles
  • One printer for 2 label purposes
  • QWERTY Keyboard
  • USB Connection
  • Auto-cut with half cut

3. Casio CW-50 CD Title Printer
by Casio
list price: $109.99
our price: $88.99
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Asin: B00007FGUS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 6041
Average Customer Review: 3.85 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Thermal transfer print system
  • Supports all PC fonts
  • 200 dpi print resolution
  • Up to 9.0 mm/second print speed
  • 4 colors for professional look

Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars Better Than CD Labels
I've owned this cd printer for about a year now and I love it. It works much better than labels that can come off from heat and ruin cd players. Although you can print single color graphics, multicolored graphics aren't recommended. For that you'll need to buy a different thermal cd printer, and they run about [$$$$] a pop! So, for under [$$], you can't beat it. You may have read the previous post regarding the cost of the ribbons, but that was a little high. You can get a 3pack of black ribbons for [less], that's not bad for 3 labels....If you're looking for neat and affordable cd printing for mostly text, this is it. Comes with software and 1 free black ribbon. Ribbons also come in red, blue and silver. Try this little printer out, you'll love it! (PS stock up on black ribbons if you can, the supply seems to run out quickly)

4-0 out of 5 stars Professional look at an amateur price
This is a great little disc printer--both CD and DVD. Installation and software is simple to install and operate. In addressing a few of the drawbacks cited by others, let me say that they are minor and easily overcome.

This printers prints on ALL CD's and DVD's that I have tried. You may have to be clever on how you rotate the disc to insure that the print area is clear of manufacturer's writings, but I've been successful with several different, including Sony, Memorex, Imation and Fuji. Print quality is excellent.

The printer will only print on standard full-sized CD's and DVD's and not on the CD-Single or CD-Business card discs.

As for the fact that you may only get 20-40 labelings per label tape, that makes the cost about 15 cents each. If I can get a great looking print job on my labels for distribution at an average costs of 75 cents total (including amortizing the cost of the printer over 300 discs, the cost of the discs and the cost of the print ribbons) then I feel I've hit the jackpot!

By the way, many have pointed out that you can only print in one color per disc. This is not true. You can print each line in a different color if you want to and have the patience.

Do not be dissuaded. At this price, you can't go wrong.

3-0 out of 5 stars Depends on CD or DVD you are printing on.
I gave this printer 3 stars because your results depend on the media you are printing on. If the media you are using is textured in anyway, forget about using this printer. The CD / DVD must be perfectly smooth. With a smooth CD / DVD, the results look pretty good. If you are used to the paper labels you print and stick on, the result can look a little industrial because, unless you change ribbons between printing lines, its all one color. But with smooth media the results are clear and don't easily come off. With a textured surface, the results are really bad. All of my DVDs have a textured surface (TDK is what I use the most). The results are horrible when the media has a textured surface and smooth combination, (imation DVDs are like this). Please look at your favorite media before you buy this printer, I wish I knew this before I bought it because I don't want to switch media just to print a label clearly.

3-0 out of 5 stars Fine If You Seek A No-Frills CD Printing Experience
I have had and used one of these for two years, and I find it workable and useful, despite its obvious graphic shortcomings. Most fonts appear somewhat pixilated when printed on CD surfaces. I have developed a 'palette' of fonts that work particularly well. Sans serif fonts such as Futura, Franklin Condensed and such seem to work the best.
Graphics tend to look particularly rotten, no matter how high the dpi of the image is. I am non-amazed at how an outline of a rectangle, made in bold, thick lines and saved at 1200 dpi, comes out looking like mud. This printer is best at simpler jobs.
The printer does its work quickly, which is good. I've had to bat out 50 or 60 CDs in an afternoon, and the printer is faster than I am with the discs!
THE SINGLE BIGGEST DRAWBACK to this and to other Casio CD printers are those @$(^@_^_@!~ ribbons. The ribbons hold exactly 40 prints. If you use 2 per CD, that means a fresh ribbon after every 20 discs. The ribbons are not sold in office supply stores. CompUSA carried them for a brief time, then moronically deleted them. And don't even think about OfficeMax, -Depot or Staples. The cheapest I've found the ribbons is here, at $7.00 apiece, or sometimes on eBay for less. I am always "counting bullets" with these infernal ribbons. IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING GETTING ONE OF THESE, TAKE THIS TO HEED: the ribbons are a supreme pain in the ass. They are hard to locate, expensive, and wastefully manufactured. The greedy souls at Casio could easily get another 20-50 prints' worth of ribbon on the cartridges.
As well, the ribbons often have flaws in their manufacture, making for fuzzy half-coverage of some prints.
I am probably making this printer sound worse than it really is. As said, if your ambitions are simply to have a title printed in regular type, without much ado, this will do the trick. If you seek anything more complex, you'll need a bigger and better machine.

4-0 out of 5 stars really good
This printer is well worth the money, i have printed hundreds of cd's so far, and it works without a hitch. The only thing that can be a little annoying is that the ink cartridge only does about 20 cds's each. This can get a little pricey if you are printing alot of cd's. Other than that, i totally recommend this printer. ... Read more


4. Casio TR-18BK Black Ribbon Tape for Casio CW-50 and CW-75 CD Title Writers
by Casio Inc.

our price: $11.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000083CU2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 968
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Casio TR-18BK black thermal ink ribbon cartridge is designed as a replacement ribbon for Casio's CW-50 and CW-75 CD Title Writers. Combined with Casio's color thermal print system, you can create unique, professional-lookingcustom graphics and text, printed directly onto your CDs and DVDs without the hassle of labels and applicators. Each TR-18BK thermal transfer ribbon will print about 50 CDs using one print area at up to 200 dpi resolution. ... Read more

Features

  • Black ribbon tape for Casio CD Title Writers
  • Compatible with models CW-50 and CW-75
  • Yields up to 50 CDs/DVDs with one print area, up to 200 dpi resolution
  • Helps create professional looking custom text and graphics
  • A quality Casio product

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced "hook"
What you save on the CW50 you lose on the ribbons. The ribbons are about 10.00 which makes it imperative to find the absolutely lowest price. My CW50 broke down. It's under warranty so I sent it back. It ruined a ribbon in the process. A lot of websites say it's good for 50 prints. However, the back of the single pack says it's good for 40 prints. I was mislead. The price of the ribbons should be 3.99-5.99. I have been constantly complaining to Casio to get the prices down. You should not buy them if over 6.99 (I've found them at that price) ... Read more


5. Casio KL-780 EZ Label Printer
by Casio

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Asin: B0000AQNR5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 29254
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6. Casio KL-7200 3-Line Label Printer
by Casio
list price: $99.95
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00004U12R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 42705
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Amazon.com Product Description

Help organize your life with the low-cost Casio KL-7200 label printer. Compact and lightweight with a convenient carrying handle, you can take it up to the attic, down to the basement, or to any place that needs labeling and organizing.

The KL-7200 prints up to three lines of text including 59 symbols and illustrations. Customize letters with outline, shadow, or raised-print styles. You can also create special effects such as shading, underlining, and framing. With a print resolution of 200 dpi, your text will look sharp and your labels easy to read. Its built-in sans serif font can be printed in 24 different sizes, so you'll never need to squint to read box labels on the top shelf.

Its top-loading cassette, standard QWERTY keyboard, and 12-digit LCD for editing make the KL-7200 quite user friendly. Additional features include a 95-character memory with 25 preset common phrases and automatic numbering. It comes packaged with 9-millimeter tape but will accommodate a variety of tape sizes. It runs on 6 AA batteries (included) or an optional AC adapter.--Emily Bakko ... Read more

Features

  • Prints up to 3 lines of text
  • 12-digit LCD screen
  • 200 dpi resolution
  • 5 tape sizes
  • 25 commonly used preset phrases

7. Casio KL-8100 Professional Style Label Printer
by Casio
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00004U1AW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 4928
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The right labeling tool can maximize your organizational potential. With the Casio KL-8100 professional-style label printer, trade professionals and home office users can enjoy unmatched performance in a label printer. Expertly designed for remarkable clarity, the KL-8100 features eight printable lines of 24-millimeter tape at 200 dpi resolution. And before each new high-resolution print, you can edit text with a large 12-digit-by-2-line display.

The Casio KL-8100 gives you the freedom to choose from five print styles and refashion your labels with 356 distinct symbols, including Greek and Russian characters. It's a good fit for advanced label-printer users who want the best of both worlds. The KL-8100 also displays five languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, and German.

A 2,500-character text memory, auto numbering function, and 74 preset tape formats assist in making the KL-8100 strikingly easy to operate. If extended memory and label storage are concerns, the PC Link software can link your label printer to PCs and Casio organizers.

The Casio KL-8100 comes with a convenient carrying handle and AC adapter. The label printer can also be powered by eight AA batteries. ... Read more

Features

  • 200-dpi resolution
  • 2,500-character text memory
  • PC compatible
  • Accepts 5 different tape sizes
  • Large 12-digit-by-2-line display

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars better than the others
I've owned and tossed 3 Brother lablers. They jammed easily, eventually broke. ... Read more


8. Casio KLP1000 Mouse Pad Label Printer
by Casio
list price: $11.99
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Asin: B00004Y87W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 3817
Average Customer Review: 2.29 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Create labels right at your desktop with the Casio KLP1000 label printer. This small printer attaches to your mouse pad and is designed for easy and comfortable mouse operations. The mouse pad surface is angled to reduce wrist strain (great for those who spend a lot of time at the computer or are prone to carpal tunnel syndrome). A stopper on the back prevents movement of the mouse pad while the printer is in operation. When not in use, detach the printer and set aside.

You can design and make labels for binders, video cassettes, audio cassettes, files, lockers, shelves, and cabinets, plus name and address labels. Preset templates are included for your convenience as is a phrase library to select common expressions. The label printer offers three different printing methods and will support any language with True Type fonts. Up to three lines can be printed on 18-millimeter tape. A time stamp allows you to record the current date and time on your computer. If you want to transfer information, you can highlight text from Microsoft Word, Excel, a Web page, or your e-mail, and input the text on the labels.

The label printer package includes a mouse pad, USB cable, AC adapter, 9-millimeter tape, and the CD-ROM software (you supply the mouse). --Dana Van Nest ... Read more

Features

  • Print a label from your computer by clicking your mouse
  • Select from three different printing methods
  • Features preset label templates
  • Prints up to three lines on 18-millimeter tape
  • Mouse pad designed for easy and comfortable mouse operations

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product at a very low price
1. Got it at Fry's for only 14.99
2. It is overpriced at Amazon.com around $28.
3. It is cheap because Casio is only giving you
the printer and a USB cable. It costs Casio more to
manufacture the input keyboard associated with the
label printer.

Good product.

1-0 out of 5 stars rough install, wastes tape
Purchased several, had problems each time I tried to install. Poor support. I do NOT recommend. never did get to work with XP!

3-0 out of 5 stars It's a bargain, if you can stand the quirky software.
Compared to comparable label printers this unit is a bargain at [$$$]The product concept of combining a hard plastic Mouse Pad and a Label Printer is STRANGE to say the least. But fortunately you can remove the useless mousepad.

Software is also quirky (you are advised to download the latest software FA-B30 from the Casio website which does support XP)

In it's default state after the software is installed it takes over the right mouse click context menu so that you can print
make labels out of whatever text that is currently selected instead of the normal right context menu for the application. (I'm not sure why they did not just add this function to the existing menu instead of taking over) - This feature can be disabled by properties.

The software is actually quite friendly in many ways, it shows the preview of the labels being printed, there are some pre defined BMP images that can be inserted to the labels, it even allows you to caputure a part of screen and insert it to the labels. The user interface is not very intuitive but I'm not complaining at this price.

All in all this is a useful printer at a bargain price

1-0 out of 5 stars Ouch
Printer adds unneeded space before and after printing. Very difficult to get backing off label.

4-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced, but Excelent!!!
If you could (and you can) find this label printer for about half the price, it's well worth it. This is a great little USB lable printer that takes up very little space. Though I find the mouse pad portion useless and small, it can be removed. I agree with the other reviews, the software is limited, but the hardware is great. You can print from 6mm to 18mm tapes. Great for organizing cluttered offices or homes! Very versitile. ... Read more


9. Casio KL-60SR Compact Label Printer
by Casio Inc.

our price: $19.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002AJFPY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 12874
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Features

  • Prints labels on 3 tape sizes
  • 4-character LCD
  • 4 text effects in 6 print sizes
  • 9mm starter tape
  • QWERTY keyboard

10. Casio KL-100 Label Printer
by Casio
list price: $44.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000K170
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 13056
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Casio KL-100 is an economical, compact label printer that fitseasily in one hand as you stand and work. Although it's designed forright-handed folks, lefties will have little trouble with it. With six type sizes,three effects (shading, underline, and box), and four styles (normal, outline,shadow, and raised), you can make your labels as unique as the object they'remarking. The printer has both English and Spanish language characters, but onlyone font built in. With fun options like ornamental frames and symbols, even thekids can join in on the fun.

The label maker can accommodate four tape sizes ranging from 0.25 to 0.75inches. We found that the labels held up under both hot and cold temperatures(microwave or freezer) and were water resistant as well. Label at the office, inyour kitchen, in the garden, in the tool shed, in the attic, or in the kids'rooms. From Tupperware and toys to storage boxes and light switches, the XL-100is the ideal tool. Printing is exceptionally fast. It took only nine seconds toprint and cut a label reading "Casio KL-100."

The unit's small LCD screen can be frustrating, and its operation isn'tintuitive, but its low cost and great usability more than compensate. Overall,we think the Casio KL-100 will make a great labeler for teachers, industrialworkers, and the compulsive organizer in all of us. --Ariel MeadowStallings

Pros:

  • QWERTY keyboard for quick typing
  • 6 type sizes, 3 type effects, 4 typestyles
  • Compact
  • Quick printing

Cons:

  • Nonintuitive operation
  • Only 1 font
  • Small LCD screen--only 4 characters
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Features

  • Prints up to 2 lines of text
  • Produces characters with effects, ornamental frames, and 6 character styles
  • 1 built-in font
  • 4-digit LCD display
  • Accepts 4 tape sizes

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Handy little label printer
This thing comes in handy, and has saved me plenty of aggravation. Granted, having a label printer is somewhat of a luxury, but I find it very useful.

How many times have you needed to reinstall an OS, but forgot where the manual was with that damn key? Or if you are like me, the CDROM and CD case invariably gets separated at some point-especially with games that require the CDROM to play.

I always loose CD software key codes. I also tend to loose CD cases with the key stickers. Or worse, I've purchased and downloaded software, only to see my hard drive crash months later. Have you ever tried to contact a company like Intuit to get a copy of software that you purchased a year ago and get a key? It is a lesson in futility and frustration.

I'm much more organized now. I now burn a CD-R with downloaded software and label it with the unlock code, then store it elsewhere. I print a label with the CD key on original CDROMs, throwing away the case, and placing it with all my other CDs in an organizer binder. I also throw away the cardboard boxes that contain the games (or applications). My work area isn't so cluttered anymore.

Also great for legibly labeling file manila file folders.

Stock up on AA batteries, it uses six.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cheaper at office depot
this is a really great machine but it is only 19.99 at office depot

5-0 out of 5 stars Lots of fun
At first I bought this product to help me keep orginized at school. It was the cheepest one I could find, and took almost all forms of refills. What strted out as a school product, soon became one of extreme fun. It is great for making signs and than sticking them on peoples backs. VERY FUN, A VERY VERY VERY GREAT DEAL!!!!!!! ... Read more


11. Casio KL-750B 2 Line Label Printer
by Casio
list price: $59.95
our price: $52.99
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Asin: B00004U12U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 23741
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Amazon.com Product Description

Help organize your life with the low cost Casio KL-750B label printer. It is compact and lightweight with a convenient carrying handle.You can take it up to the attic, down to the basement, or any place that needs labeling and organizing.

The KL-750B prints up to two lines of text including characters for 14 languages and 37 symbols and illustrations. You can even create special effects such as shading, underlining, and framing. With a print resolution of 200 dpi, your text will look sharp and your labels easy to read. Its built-in sans serif font can be printed in six different sizes, so you'll never need to squint to read labeled boxes on the top shelf.

Its top-loading cassette, standard QWERTY keyboard, and four-digit LCD for editing make the KL-750B quite user friendly. It comes packaged with 9-millimeter tape but will accommodate a variety of tape sizes and colors including iron-on transfer tape. It runs on eight AA batteries (not included) or an optional AC adapter. --Emily Bakko ... Read more

Features

  • Prints up to 2 lines of text
  • 4-digit LCD screen
  • 200 dpi resolution
  • Compatible with 4 tape sizes
  • 37 built-in special symbols and illustrations

12. Casio PCR-T465 Personal Cash Register with Thermal Alphanumeric Printer
by Casio

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Asin: B00006ICJL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 34988
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Casio PCR-T465 personal cash register offers 96 department/category reporting, 1,000 PLUs, and 25 programmable clerk codes. It features both operator and customer displays, plus fast, thermal alphanumeric receipt printing that can even include your customized logo.

A large, heavy-duty lockable drawer accommodates cash, checks, and credit card receipts, and an auxiliary drawer provides backup space for other items. The PCR-T465 offers easy, drop-in loading for standard 58 mm thermal paper rolls. Additional features include an electronic journal, four tax tables, automatic time and date advance, calculator and merchandise subtotal functions, and on-demand program help.

What's in the Box
PCR-T465 cash register with drawer and display, power cord, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 2-line alphanumeric operator display; pop-up customer display
  • Records transactions in 96 categories, totals by category on department report
  • 24 department keys with 4 shift levels, 1,000 price look ups, 25 clerks
  • Fast 13 lines per second, thermal alphanumeric receipts, customized logos
  • Heavy-duty lockable cash box with media slot and accessory drawer

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good!
This cash register is really great for my retail store. Not only does it save me ink (because it uses thermal paper) it prints VERY professional looking receipts!

Definatly would reccomend this cash register to anyone looking for a easy to use, yet professional looking receipt printer.

Only thing is, theres a LOT of steps to go through to set it up, BUT it's worth it. THey are easy to follow steps, so don't worry!

Plus, there's a phone number which you can call and they will help you out step-by-step how to set your cash register up! ... Read more


13. Casio(R) PCR-T2000 Cash Register
by Casio

Asin: B00006ICJM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 53160
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14. Casio(R) PCR-265P(B) Cash Register
by Casio

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Asin: B00006ICJJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 36875
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Features

  • Removable 5-coin 4-bill tray
  • Received-on-account and paid-out keys
  • Comprehensive management reports; mode lock key
  • Transaction counters and totals
  • Customer-facing display

15. CASIO TR-18BK-3P 3-Pack of Ink Ribbon for Casio Title Printers - Black
by Casio
list price: $25.98
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Asin: B00007G354
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 1404
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Features

  • Yields up to 50 CDs/DVDs with one print area, up to 200 dpi resolution
  • Helps create professional looking custom text and graphics

16. Casio XR-9WE2S 9mm Labeling Tape (Black on White) 2-Pack
by Casio
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00004UDQK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 7742
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For clear, legible black-on-white labels for your Casio label printer, look no further than Casio XR-9WE2S 9mm tape. Great for labeling office files, household products, or anything else you need to organize. ... Read more

Features

  • Replacement tape for your Casio label printer
  • 9 millimeters wide
  • Black on white
  • Easy-to-read text
  • Great for labeling your office files or household products

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Label It is as easy as it sounds !!!
I have worked with a P-Touch which is more expense then this product and this Casio KL-100 is just as good for a much cheaper price. I would highly recommend this Labler. ... Read more


17. Casio XR-9X2S 9mm Labelling Tape (Black on Clear, Double Pack)
by Casio
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00004UDQM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 6145
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Replacement tape for your Casio label printer
  • 9-millimeter tape
  • Black on clear
  • Easy-to-read text
  • Great for labeling your office files or household products

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars wow!
I have been using the casio label maker and it ranks as one of the best label makers out there. it functions much like a computer keyboard(Except smaller) with only a few minor differencees. I don't need to make anything with symbols so it has been relatively easy to use. the only thing that bothers me is that the sceen is smaller than i would have liked to have had, although on the side there are clearly market parts for when afunction is shown as a dot, then you can use it for say shift to capatilize a letter. ... Read more


18. Casio XR-12WE2S 12mm Labeling Tape (Black on White)
by Casio
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004UDQB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 2817
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Amazon.com Product Description

Tape cassette for label makers KL100, KL750, KL1500, KL2000, KL7200,KL8000, KL8100, and KL8200.This economic value provides 26 feet of black-on-white tape. ... Read more

Features

  • 0.5-inch wide tape cassette for label makers
  • For KL100, KL750, KL1500, KL2000, KL7200, KL8000, KL8100, KL8200
  • Black on white tape
  • 26-feet in length
  • Includes two tapes

19. Casio XR-18X2S 18mm Labelling Tape (Black on Clear)
by Casio
list price: $34.99
our price: $33.24
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Asin: B00004UDQI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 20597
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Replacement tape for your Casio label printer
  • 18 millimeters
  • Black on clear
  • Easy-to-read text
  • Great for labeling your office files or household products

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars superb
I have been using the casio label maker and it ranks as one of the best label makers out there. it functions much like a computer keyboard(Except smaller) with only a few minor differencees. I don't need to make anything with symbols so it has been relatively easy to use. the only thing that bothers me is that the sceen is smaller than i would have liked to have had, although on the side there are clearly market parts for when afunction is shown as a dot, then you can use it for say shift to capatilize a letter. the cartridge was easy to insert and use and nothing came loose. just a simple pop and snap into the indicated slot. easy to use and easy to remove. its also versatile and fits with many of the other versions of casio label makers. ... Read more


20. Casio XR-18WES 18mm Labelling Tape (Black on White)
by Casio
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B00004UDQE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 32765
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Features

  • Compatible with Canon CD-300
  • 3-color ink paper
  • Includes 18 sheets

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