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#199650 - 03/03/11 06:21 PM Anyone using a Brady TLS2200 labler?
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Does anyone own or uses a TLS 2200 Labler? given its cost, I was wondering if it is worth the expense. Its broad spectrum of labels interest me which is better then carrying multiple lablers
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#199657 - 03/03/11 07:37 PM Re: Anyone using a Brady TLS2200 labler? [Re: sparkyinak]
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The Brady models seem to have a life of but a few years - and various updates leave yours behind - if its' still working.

We have several at the plany, many in various states of malfunction. I am trying to get the firm to try the Panduit version.

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