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Brother First P-touch labeller with full-colour LCD display

Warranty Info

Distributor offers 1-year Hong Kong local warranty service.

Product Description

The PT-D600 is a versatile, PC-connectable label maker well suited for a variety of labeling usage in a business environment. 

Quickly create professional-looking labels using the built-in keyboard, or connect to a computer to create more personalized labels. 

The intuitive, full-colour graphical display offers easy access to formatting menus as well as the ability to preview actual label appearance before printing.

High Quality Labels with Auto-Lamination

Ideal for a wide range of work environments from manufacturing to retail, P-Touch laminated labels are designed to withstand moisture, extreme temperatures, UV rays, industrial chemicals and abrasion.

High Performance Labeller

Generate durable, printed office labels for file folders, file drawers and more in a second.

Fast Print Speed

New printing mechanism prints up to 30mm/sec, 1.5 times faster compared to existing models.

Built-in Full-colour LCD display

First-ever P-touch with color LCD screen that allows users to preview the labels with color before printing.


Print Speed: Increase productivity and efficiency with a fast print speed of 30 mm/sec
Label Sizes: Choose from 3.5, 6, 9, 12, 18 and 24mm label width to suit your labelling needs
Usage Options: Full-colour LCD display allows accurate preview of label designs before printing.
Print Resolution: 180dpi
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