Dimensions W x D x H:
170 x 222 x 151 mm
Mono or Colour:
300 x 300
The Brother QL-1100 series professional label printers offer unrivalled versatility not only in the office, but also in warehouses, postal, facilities management and other industries and will produce labels compliant with Royal Mail, eBay and Amazon. The QL-1100 series serves as a replacement for the existing QL-1050 and QL-1060N models and build on these already fantastic devices with some great new features.
Brother QL-1100 Series – Versatile Shipping Label Printers
These devices build on the previous models with some fantastic features including a range of connectivity options for versatile printing. Plus, the Auto Crop feature automatically identifies and crops individual labels (including barcodes) from a A4/Letter sized sheet and prints each label one by one. You can print the entire sheet of labels to the QL-1100 series individually or select a section of labels using the snapshot feature and only the selected labels will print individually. This is a great feature for product labels or other labels where sheet formats are already generated. Now you can easily print only the labels you need quickly.
PC-Connectable Shipping and Barcode Label Printer
Other features of the QL-1110NWB includes all of the features of the QL-1100 plus wireless and wired connectivity, Bluetooth (including iPhone, iPad and Android connectivity), even more built-in label template memory locations, remote template update by FTP and free P-touch Editor software.
- Compatible with Windows and Mac
- Dimensions: 170(w) x 222(h) x 151(d) mm
- Weight: 1.73kg
Please Note: The Brother QL-1110NWB will only accept Brother labels, this machine wont accept Royal Mail labels.
- Brother QL-1110nwb Printer
- User Guide
- Starter Labels
- Power Cable
- Warranty Information
- Setup CD
Customer Questions & Answers
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Question by: Kirk on 18 Jul 2018 16:10:00
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Answer by: Stephen Thomas (Admin) on 18 Jul 2018 16:22:00