Rollo X1038 Thermal Printer
Setup was a cinch. I barely used the manual. PC downloaded the driver, I think automatically as I connected the printer. Figuring out how to properly size the labels took 2 or 3 test runs, but after that it's been flawless and very fast. It's definitely making my shipping a much easier exercise.
I got the printer factory reconditioned, and upon receiving it, it looked brand new in plastic. I went on to order (from another seller) a highly rated stack of 1000 labels. I did have to tinker in Rollo settings to print the Darkest it could, otherwise the barcodes were a bit weak/lite.
That said, a new Rollo of this model is fairly expensive for not having Wi-Fi capability. But I couldn't see spending hundreds more for one that had Wi-Fi. In this day in age, I think it's practical to expect everything to work wirelessly, but that's not the case with all printers, whether ink or thermal. So the Rollo remains connected to my PC, and I can't just print from the app on my phone. Minor inconvenience, but I'll upgrade eventually.
If you're not very familiar with printer setups, you'll need to select 4x6 label, and perhaps even reduce the size from 100% (fit to label) to 95% to fit, otherwise on my first test run I found it started printing the next label (in a batch of labels) a bit lower than I wanted. A label holder or oe sort wold be a good idea, because if the labels aren't feeding into the printer perfectly, they may turn a little inside the printer & print crooked. I recommend.Read full review
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned