Works with any Direct Thermal Label including free UPS labels – save hundreds of dollars on label costs – don’t fall victim to our competitor’s business model that forces you to buy their highly over-priced proprietary labels
High Speed Printing at 150mm/s – nearly twice as fast as the closest competitor. Advanced Thermal Direct technology prints without requiring toner or ink.
Compatible with all major shipping platforms including Fedex, UPS, USPS, Rollo Ship Manager, ShipStation, ShippingEasy, Shippo, ShipWorks, and market places including Shopify, Etsy, eBay, Amazon, and others.
Compatible with Windows and Mac
Rollo offers 5-star U.S. based customer service via Phone, Email, and Remote-Desktop.
Easy to setup with short how-to videos.
High-speed label maker prints labels from 1.57″ to 4.1″ wide with no restriction on the height of the label, ideal for 4″ x 6″ shipping labels, warehouse labels, barcode and ID labels, bulk mailing labels and more
1-Year Manufacturer Warranty.
Love my polano printer for shipping and barcode labels
My wife and I run a small business, and we've held off buying a thermal printer for so long because we weren't sure which brand to get. I saw this printer was fairly new to the market, but getting great reviews so I figured I'd try it, and if all else failed, simply return it.
However, I have no intent on returning this printer because it's speedy, simple, and sleek.
I went from having to put shipping labels into an inkjet, then cutting them to size, to simply clicking "print" on the computer and watching the labels print out!
This printer has greatly increased our efficiency to ship out orders and I LOVE it!
I will say that that using the printer might be slightly daunting to someone who isn't the most fluent with computers, but it can be learned!
No regrets at all!
I haven't had a chance to test out the ipad, but I wanted a printer that can print from Android. But the ones that do it natively cost more than 3 times as much. So I got this one since it claimed linux compatibility. I plugged it in, ran the driver installer, and logged into the CUPS web ui(You may need to edit the /etc/cups/cupsd config file to allow all), and added the printer, checked the box to share, and that was it. I was able to print right from Android.
I’ve been using a regular printer for my business for years and wasted so much money on printer ink. I wish I would’ve bought one of these sooner! The set up was a little difficult at first but I’ve been using it for over a year and will never go to anything else!
First thermal printer I’ve bought and it works just fine for me. I use it to print shipping labels and sku’s. perfect for 4x6in and 2x1in. Great for low to moderate use.
Maybe you still want to know
|What platforms does PL60 support?
|Is PL60 compatible compatible with any labels?
PL60 works with any direct thermal paper with width from 2-4.65 inch/50-118mm.
|Can I print wirelessly?
|PL60 requires USB connection to PC,laptop,Mac.
|What devices does PL60 support?
|PL60 supports x86 windows and Mac,does not support chromebook,cellphone or tablet.