DYMO Rhino 4200 Industrial Labeler - Reviews
DYMO® Rhino 4200 Industrial Labeler is rated out of 5 by 9.
Rated 3 out of 5 by TomN from Too many missing basics I bought this labeler because it has a qwerty keyboard and because it can also print multi-line labels, and supports several widths of labels. I also like that it has a backlight display and is very quiet. However, it is missing the underscore and ampersand characters and many characters are hiding in sub menus making them a pain to use. They could have made them directly accessible with alt-letter keys. I also find the size 12 narrow font to be too wide. I was expecting for the same narrow font from the Dymo RhinoPro 1000. The quality of print looks like my now-dead RhinoPro 1000, but I had hoped it would now be a bit higher resolution. I would be nice if it had a computer interface. It seemed like the version of this labeler I looked at a few years back did have a computer interface.
Date published: 2020-01-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by jaron from No underscore!?!? I bought this to make cable wraps, label patch panels, label computers, and other things such as what it claims to be for. The naming convention for our PC's includes underscores. It was only after purchasing that I discovered that there is no underscore option... WHAT? Underscores are extremely common in IT where you would be making barcodes and cable wraps... how is there no underscore!? Beyond that, it can be very confusing on how to accomplish certain tasks. It comes with a little guide booklet that helps a bit, but nothing is ever really explained. It just says "to accomplish this, press this button, then that button, then this button." So if I have a task that isn't specifically detailed in that booklet, it's a mystery trying to figure out how to do it. I will agree with others that it does seem to jam a lot more often than I'm used to with label printers. Not sure if it's a design issue or what. Oh, one last thing. The print button and label cut switch are placed in such a manner that many times when I went to cut the label, I accidentally reprinted it. I just spent a lot of money on this considering it is a label maker, so I don't really want to buy a different one since this one isn't technically broken... I guess I'm just stuck with it for a while until I can get some ROI.
Date published: 2019-11-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by billyjobob76 from label jam remove cartridge well i have used this label maker for labeling all the wiring in my 1960 mfg sea cruiser and use it daily in my access control business now i start to use it and it jams i replace the cart. and it prints one label and then jams i do everything but take it apart what can i do billy
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by SecurityQueen from hate this label maker This is the worst label maker we've purchased. very limited and hard to navigate
Date published: 2016-04-28