This model is pretty nice, it has integrated cutting key (like its cousin), which avoids having to gallop after a pair of scissors every time you make a label!
Another good point, its grip. Moreover, unlike its cousin, the Dymo also has specific number keys. And it is a little quieter (after it is relative, nothing to do with a fighter !!!).
The gray areas that made me a star to remove this label?
- Missing a TRUE manual. This labeller is provided with a small paper for a quick start, but it's really summary. If you want the true manual, you must log onto the website of Dymo order to download the booklet in PDF format: bravo for saving paper but not cool for people that are not filled on the web!
- Beware, the cassettes are of a particular format, which has nothing to do with the Dymo Letratag for example;
- The number of batteries is really extravagant !!! 6 AAA batteries! The mind boggles. As much arm yourself with a series of rechargeable batteries if you choose this model ... Of course, there is an output to connect a power adapter, but the latter is not supplied. shame!
- Contrary to Letratag Dymo LT-100T, this model has not touch "CLEAR" to clear a stage at once, unfortunately.
- The keys are narrower than the Letratag Dymo LT-100T. It is less convenient for a person of a certain age or somewhat comfortable with small buttons gear.
In the end, if it is an undeniable quality product that works perfectly and will give you satisfaction, I still feel a little Dymo has "played to the economy" ... And I feel that this model D1 cartridges are more expensive!
All in all, I prefer the Letratag LT-100T, 3 euros cheaper, the cheaper cartridges and consume less battery ...