DYMO LetraTag Plus – Labelmaker – B/W – direct thermal – Roll (0.47 in)
From the Manufacturer
The new Personal Labelmaker LetraTag features a two times larger LCD display than its predecessor and offers an easy graphical WYSIWYG on screen editor for fonts and style effects
Facts About DYMO LetraTag LT-100H Handheld Label Maker for Office or Home (21455)
The Letra Tag does not use INK, this is a thermal printing system. My advice would be to first replace the batteries with brand new fresh ones, then try a test label. If this doesn’t help I’d call Dymo Help Line for proper cleaning instructions. I hope this information will help you.
Regarding an AC adapter for the LetraTag 100H… See the picture at http://homegear.com/images/letra100h.jpg and the official Dymo manual at:
Quote from page 4: "Connecting the Optional Power Adapter an optional 9 Volt, 1.5 A pow… Regarding an AC adapter for the LetraTag 100H… See the picture at http://homegear.com/images/letra100h.jpg and the official Dymo manual at:
Quote from page 4: "Connecting the Optional Power Adapter an optional 9 Volt, 1.5 A power adapter can also be used to power the label maker. Connecting the AC adapter to the label maker disconnects the batteries as a power source. To connect the power adapter 1. Plug the power adapter into the power connector on the top of the label maker. 2. Plug the other end of the power adapter into a power outlet. Make sure the label maker power is turned off before you disconnect the power adapter from the main power source otherwise, your most recent memory settings will be lost."
It comes with one tape cartridge
Thank you for contacting us regarding your LetraTag 100H. The two printers are functionally the same the only difference is the color of the printer. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to give our technical support team a call at 877-724-8324 Monday- Friday 8am- 6pm EST as we will be happy to ass… Thank you for contacting us regarding your LetraTag 100H. The two printers are functionally the same the only difference is the color of the printer. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to give our technical support team a call at 877-724-8324 Monday- Friday 8am- 6pm EST as we will be happy to assist you. We appreciate your business and hope that you will continue to use Dymo products.
It’s prob an old roll of tape. I’ve never had that problem. Just return that tape and buy another pack.
I also am having this issue! Tried to call the company and they were no help. I believe the motor/roller is jammed because I tried 2 brand new tape cartridges and still getting that message. Frustrating, I only got to use the damn thing twice!
The one i purchased on 10/4/2017 does NOT have a plug for an a/c adapter. So i would HIGHLY suggest you get a 4 pack of rechargeable AA batteries with a charger. later get an extra 4 pack and label that pack #2 on all 4 so you dont mix them up.
The labels can be peeled and applied to any surface. The replacements are 3 for $10, on Amazon.
Thank you for contacting us regarding your LetraTag 100H We apologize you have experienced problems printing. If you are still experiencing problems, please do not hesitate to give our technical support team a call at 877-724-8324 Monday- Friday 8am- 6pm EST as we will be happy to assist you. We can also provide suppor… Thank you for contacting us regarding your LetraTag 100H We apologize you have experienced problems printing. If you are still experiencing problems, please do not hesitate to give our technical support team a call at 877-724-8324 Monday- Friday 8am- 6pm EST as we will be happy to assist you. We can also provide support through email and live chat. You can find these options under the support tab on the Dymo website, www.dymo.com. We appreciate your business and hope that you will continue to use Dymo products.
One is just the machine and other is machine and an extra roll.
Dear Maxells, this is Tarun from DYMO Consumer Care. Thank you for contacting us regarding our LetraTag 100H. The printer is capable of printing as many characters as you require on the label. The device also has the option to include symbols.
Dear Amazon Customer, this is Tarun from DYMO Consumer Care. Thank you for contacting us regarding our LetraTag 100H. In order to reset your device to factory settings, please follow the steps: Turn the device off. Press the following three buttons simultaneously: numlock + 0 + on/off (press and hold first two keys and… Dear Amazon Customer, this is Tarun from DYMO Consumer Care. Thank you for contacting us regarding our LetraTag 100H. In order to reset your device to factory settings, please follow the steps: Turn the device off. Press the following three buttons simultaneously: numlock + 0 + on/off (press and hold first two keys and then press third one). You should see the words “Erasing” appear on the screen if the step was done correctly. The device has now been reset to factory settings.
you can change the font size, but once it is turned off you have to change it again. It will always default back to it’s standard setting.
Open the door, pull old cartridge out. Put the new cartridge in it should have a piece of tape about a half inch sticking out make sure the tape goes above the half moon piece on the machine and print
I bought mine from this company as used-like new and the whole top half of the screen didn’t work AND it wouldn’t print anything. It said “printer taped jam” but there was no jam, the tape was brand new. I sent mine back for a full refund. What a rip-off!!
Info About DYMO LetraTag LT-100H Handheld Label Maker for Office or Home (21455) (Reviews From Amazon)
The media could not be loaded. I have wanted a label maker for years now, but even with discounts at places like Office Max and Office Depot around me… they are just way too expensive. I took a chance and order this one, and I am so pleased! The only issue I had was opening the dang thing! LOL! Once opened, it comes with three different label types of clear, white plastic, and white paper. It does require 4 AA batteries, but once those were in it was smooth sailing! I did include a little video of my using it for just making regular capital letter labels, but if you read the users guide that comes with it you will be able to do tons of different types of labels. Including specials characters and numbers. It also comes with a little case type thing, magnetic and holes to secure to the wall. I’m so very pleased! I love it! And it was a great price!
Once I figured out how to use this label maker I loved it. As you can see I made a spice organizer. I painted the inside of a cabinet with magnetic paint, brought these little, magnet backed tins from the Dollar Store , and then filled them with spices and herbs and made all the labels. Someone said the labels would not stick to plastic but all the windows in the tins are plastic. I also labeled glass, ceramics, and metal. There is a big space before and after each word which would waste tape so I printed a dozen labels at a time with 3 spaces between each individual label. Also, to remove the backing fold the label horizontally.
I hesitated in giving this nice little label maker 5-stars, because of a few minor flaws. It is a well-made device worth its low price tag. I never realized just how useful a label maker can be before getting this little gem.
~The labels are clear and the printing is fast.
~Sufficient variety of fonts, sizes, symbols and boxes for most users.
~Good quality and very low price for what you get.
~Plastic tapes (even from 3rd party) seem resistant to water, soap and oils. Labels stay in place.
~Print doesn’t smear – uses a thermal process with no ink.
~The instructions are in multiple languages. Unfortunately they left out directions for using the symbol table in the English version. You can download the full PDF on-line for the complete English instructions.
~The box (borders) cuts off the top of the larger font choices.
~Runs on batteries (4 AA). Not really a problem for most users.
~Definite learning curve – especially for double lines and fractions.
After weeks of using this label-making marvel, I think it deserves 5-stars, because of the low price and in spite of its few flaws.
Making labels can become very addictive!
My first DYMO 100H Plus label maker died just after Amazon’s return window expired. I sent a short e-mail to DYMO describing the problem and after some troubleshooting, sent a replacement. Great customer service! That shouldn’t have been a surprise, but I think customer service has mostly been ignored for quite a while, so it surprised me. Especially because it concerned a $20 item! Every one of their replies was pleasant and respectful. Bottom line for me is, I won’t hesitate buying or recommending DYMO products. Their customer service is fantastic, and a special shout out to Khahn is deserved (Though probably won’t be seen): thank you again!
This label maker is exactly what I needed for labeling black flower pots… the labels produced are crisply printed and look professional. The product itself is obviously high quality, extremely well designed and constructed. I have two small complaints, and they have nothing to do with the label maker itself: 1) The blister pack the label maker comes in takes an act of god to open. It took a heavy kitchen shears and a lot of wrist power to access the label maker. 2) There should be a user guide included with the product. In this case, a quick-start guide, which only essentially explains how to insert batteries and turn the unit on, is not enough. What about the functionalities of the keys? How to change fonts? How to save label data?
NOTHING. I went online and found a user guide, but this should not have been necessary. The guide should have been included!
A brilliant labeling machine for the house and for labeling my kids stuff up.
Easy to use, literally push the kind of tape into the top as shown in the image, then select the size of text.
Easy to put batteries in and out, back cover is a clip in style that takes 4 AA’s.Lasts a long time on the batteries.
Easy to print, a white button on the top right, then once done a button on the side to cut the label off.
Able to print on Paper, Plastic, Fabric/Paper stuff (cartridges are available from Amazon too) etc so I print on plastic labels for my kids drinks bottles, and material for ironing in their clothes.
Prints numbers, Letters, upper case and lower case.
I’ve included an image of a few label types, and sizes if it helps.
Replacement cartridges of labels cost around $6-$8, but in fairness they last a reasonable time for me.
This product has worked exactly as described. Getting into the menu to find some of the special characters takes a little getting used to, but it’s all there. Other than the learning curve to figure out characters, this is a perfect and portable way to make labels around the home or office. The ribbon tape works well, and while you may find it a little difficult to separate the backing, it isn’t as bad as some products I’ve used. I love that the ribbon tape is easily available and comes in several colors and the cartridge that holds the tape is easily replaced, even in the middle of a roll, so you are not tied into just one cartridge until the roll is empty. You have the ability to change font sizes and you can make the text as long as you want, as long as you have enough ribbon in the cartridge for the line length. This has been amazing for labeling batteries, drawers, chargers and so many other items around my home office.
This does not have different size of label tape that I could find, so if you want a large label size(ie lettering that is taller than about 3/8″-1/2″) you may want to look for a different label maker. The size of this lettering tape has been perfect for everything I have needed, so unless you have a very specific need for very large labels, this should do the trick. The tape itself is close to a half inch wide. Not too big, not too small. All in all, I love this label maker and how convenient and versatile it is to use for all my needs around the house, garage and office.
I have pretty heavily used this label maker since purchasing (July 2019). I am on my 5th or 6th cartridge, which I can find pretty much everywhere. I tend to stick to the black-on-white paper ones, but I have used Iron-on and black-on plastic. I have had zero trouble with the labels not sticking. I have used them to label everything from individual paintbrushes to folders to dresser drawers. I am still on the same batteries I put in a year ago; I make sure I turn it off immediately after I’m done using it. I have dropped it a couple of times, and it’s still going strong. I just got done using it to label the tabs on binder dividers. I wonder if the people who are having trouble with their labels are using paper and either isn’t peeling off the back or their homes are super humid. I mean, they are PAPER labels, and they will curl in heat. The plastic labels are harder to find, but I got them when some of my paper labels got wet and washed off the ink.
Labelmaker is still going strong, still using the original batteries. I just got done labeling plastic spice jars with no problems. I do wish I could use different size tape, but ah well, it hasn’t been much of an issue in the two years I’ve been using the machine. I’m embarrassed to admit that it now looks a little grimy from continued use but still prints just as quickly as the first time. There isn’t a time I have used it where it hasn’t worked or had any problems. I have used different colored tapes and even switched out tapes with zero issues (ex: going from paper to black on silver back to paper). If I think of it, I’ll try to update in a few more years.
This machine is so awesome!!! The last time I had a label make was one of the red handled ones with the wheel that depressed the letter into the plastic to turn that letter white. Thing was a pain in the butt to use and the plastic was hit and miss if it would stick. I bought this to organize the garage in my new house (specifically all my tool drawers). The strips are super easy to read and has so much customization as far as size/font/borders that it works awesome.
Regarding the reviews of the paper tape not sticking…those reviews are from 3 years ago. I’m not sure if those reviewers just got a bad batch of tape or if Dymo changed their process, but I had NO issues whatsoever having this paper tape stick to any material I tried it on.
I finally decided to ditch my ancient dymo with the thick plastic tape and get this easy to operate new model. I removed all the old labels on my extensive spice collection and replaced them with sleek, elegant silver labels. This unit is very easy to use and the directions are clear. There are lots of options in text size and graphics too.
The label prints with no wasted tape on either side. The backing is easy to remove with the perforation along the whole length of the label (unlike the backing on the old plastic tape). The labels can be repositioned and even placed on another item without losing the sticky on the back.You will probably have that "what can I label next" excitement like everyone has. I got a great deal from Amazon warehouse too!
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