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Brother TZ-EFX241 Label Maker Tape, 0.7"W, Black On White

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Item #: 901-TZEFX241
  Model #: TZE-FX241
Brand: Brother
Brother TZ-EFX241 Label Maker Tape, 0.7W, Black On White
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Description
Label cylindrical items easily with this flexible 0.7-inch Brother TZe laminated black on white tape. Mark pens, PVC pipe, plastic tubing, or cables quickly and securely with this flexible label tape. This Brother TZE laminated label tape adheres to itself as well as it adheres to curves, helping businesses flag important items of any width.
  • Create labels for home, work, or school with this 0.7" wide & 26.2' yield label tape
  • Black print on white tape creates easy-to-read text
  • Compatible with: p-Touch PT-1400, 1600, 1650, 1760, 18 (see expanded description for more)
  • Thermal print technology requires no ink or toner
  • One tape in pack
Specifications
Pack Size : 1 Color Family : Black on White Length (ft.) : 26.2' Label Adhesive : Permanent
Series or Collection : TZE True Color : Black on White Label Maker Pack Size : 1 Length in Inches : 0.75
Maximum Tape Width (inches) : 1" Labeler Tape & Printer Label Type : Label Maker Tapes Label Tape Type : Flexible Suitable Setting : Indoor and Outdoor
Suitable Surface : Cylindrical surfaces such as cables, PVC piping, etc. Label Maker Tape Width (inches) : 3/4" Label Maker Tapes Width (mm) : 18 Recycled : Yes
Brand : Brother Customizable : No
Weight : 0.14 lbs. per Each

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