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Hand labeling Systems make life easier for your, your staff and customers. hand labeling solutions have been scientifically developed for convenience and versatility for retail and industrial applications. From in-store price marking to factory floor coding, our hand labellers are ergonomically styled for ease of use and maximum efficiency.

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Sato Kendo 22 Price Marking Gun - Single Line

  • Single Line Hand Held Labelling System
  • Inspired by the Japanese martial art of fencing from which it takes its name, the new KENDO hand labeller is a versatile tool with applications in industries such as retail, healthcare, food and manufacturing.

Weighing each a mere 280 grams (without the label), the new KENDO line prints single-line labels. The three models in this line support five different labels types; two of them, KENDO22 and KENDO26 dispense both wavy and rectangular shape labels.

One of the major improvements of the KENDO line is the wide open path that allows for easy loading of labels wound both face-in and face-out. Say goodbye to messy ink roller replacement.

With the new loading mechanism, replacement of the ink rollers is a breeze; simply fit the ink roller directly in the ink roller slot.

The ink roller loaded in a plastic capsule is packaged in a foil bag. They have been designed for optimum release rate so as to guarantee proper coverage and as a result better clarity of printout on the label.

The print band and band width for all the models have also been improved making the characters on the black-on-yellow print band more legible.

KENDO26 has an expanded print band of 10 characters in answer to the request from some Asian and East European countries where, for instance, many-digit currency figures are in use. Another feature of note, again with the operators in Asia in mind, is the availability of European and Asian fonts.

The new KENDO hand labellers come in three exciting colours: purple, red and black.