Brother Rugged Roll Case for PocketJet 7 Printers

Brother Rugged Roll Case for PocketJet 7 Printers

Brother Rugged Roll Case for PocketJet 7 Printers

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Brother Rugged Roll Case for PocketJet 7 Printers

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Product Highlights

  • For PocketJet 7-Series Printers
  • Holds Printer with Roll of Paper
  • Supports 2.13" Diameter Rolls
  • De-Curling Mechanism
  • IP54 Rated Protection
  • Withstands Drops up to 4.25'
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Safely carry around your PocketJet 7-series printer with this Rugged Roll Case from Brother, which also happens to support rolls of paper for long documents and larger jobs. The case holds the printer along with a roll up to 2.13" in diameter and features a de-curling mechanism to ensure prints are straight right when they come out. On top of this, the case is very durable as it features an IP54 rating and can withstand drops up to 4.25'.

Compatible Printers
PJ-722
PJ-723
PJ-762
PJ-763
PJ-763MFi
PJ-773
UPC: 012502641520
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Brother Rugged Roll Case for PocketJet 7 Printers
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Brother PA-RC-001 specs

    Maximum Media Roll Diameter 2.13" / 5.4 cm
    IP Rating IP54
    Drop Resistance 4.25' / 1.3 m
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.9 x 8.8 x 4.7"

    Brother PA-RC-001 reviews

    Rugged Roll Case for PocketJet 7 Printers is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pick up and go Used with my Brother PJ-773 printer and premium, perforated Brother paper, the combination is a pretty amazing portable printer package. I have the printer set to broadcast its own ad-hoc Wifi signal, so all I have to do is connect to that network, and I can print from my Macbook or iPhone when I'm out and about. Anyone else can use it as well. Rather than add a Wifi password, I control access with the on/off button. The case is rubberized and rugged. I wish it had a handle or strap, but my solution is to plop it in a small carry bag. Not ideal, but it works. The printers (my PJ-663 Bluetooth/USB printer also works) that fit this case have a "roll case" ON/OFF setting in the software set-up. I recommend 'Roll Case OFF,' even with the printer in the case. Brother's documentation is worse than abysmal, but best I can figure, the setting has to do with how much the roll paper protrudes from the paper delivery slot between print jobs. 'ON' seems to add one or two line-feeds -- just enough to throw off pagination and cause poor tear-off. 'OFF' is ... off. The anti-curl function works amazingly well. The first sheet might come out with a little bend in it, but premium paper relaxes quickly, and it's not an issue. If it is, just reprint the sheet. You're using the case for convenience, not cost. If you don't like the anti-curl, Brother includes a pictograph that shows how to remove the anti-curl mechanism completely. The access ports are well done. The orange shutter in the front seals the innards (don't forget to open before printing), but I don't think it's necessary unless you're in a very dusty environment. I leave the shutter open and check to be sure before printing. There's a rubber side port that allows charging and a USB connection while the printer remains in the case. The roll paper mechanism holds the heavy-ish roll securely. The clips are sturdy and positive. The rubberized edges make the case easy to handle, hard to drop, and stabilize it on a desktop or car seat. All-in-all, if you need mobile printing, this is a great combination. Highly recommend.
    Date published: 2018-09-02
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