Dimensions W x D x H:
125 x 243 x 145mm
300 x 600
24mm Per Second
Brother QL-820NWB - Professional Label Printer
Brother's new QL-820NWB offers high-quality label printing you'll find hard to beat. Versatile, high print speeeds and a range of connectivity options, the Brother QL-820NWB professional label printer lets you print exactly the label you need.
Perfect for printing address & shipping labels, banners & signage, this label maker has unique label flexibility and can print on both die-cut peel-off labels or continuous length tape.
Not only this, but now you can print in black and red text which is ideal for a range of scenarios whether you need to highlight food allergens, mark files as confidential or make a label stand out, the Brother QL-820NWB label printer is suited to whatever labels you need. Plus, the QL-820NWB offers all the features of the QL-800 & QL-810W PLUS a backlit LCD improved interface for easier use and the ability to network with your existing setup with wired/wireless LAN.
Included in the box with all Brother Label Printers is our sophisticated labelling design software - free of charge! This software is very easy to use and is perfect for both novices and experts.
- Brother QL-820 Printer
- Power Cable
- USB Cable
- User Guide & Software CD
- Standard address die-cut labels (100 labels)
- 2 x Colour print continuous roll (62mm x 5 metres)
Customer Questions & Answers
Q: Is the 800 label printer range compatible with Apple iOS system. Can one print address labels using data stored in the Apple Contact App (Apple address info)
Question by: Ms Hummel Charmen on 20 Jan 2018 14:29:00
Thank you for your question.
The Brother Ql-820NWB is compatible with iOS and you can use either the Brother app or airprint to print to it. There is no specific mention of using the Apple contact App to directly print to the machine, however, if you are able to send these contacts via Airprint to the machine then it would work. If this is not possible then you would need to import them into the Brother app and create a a new address book in the app itself instead.
The Printerbase Team
Answer by: Chris Hall (Admin) on 22 Jan 2018 09:56:00