Address Store and Print Labeler

What is the cheapest stand-alone label maker that can store addresses and print address labels without the need for a computer?

Assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Gary CaseConnect With a Mentor RetiredCommented:
The P-Touch 2730 can store up to 99 labels.   I'm not aware of any standalone labeler that can do more than that.     You can, however, manage the memory from a connected PC if you choose => so you could have a larger database of names on the PC ... but only 99 at a time can be in the P-Touch's stored labels.
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Cheaper to buy at Amazon:

Don't know if it is the cheapest but of the features you want the price seems right. How many addresses are you needing to add. I think this one only holds 9
frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
Pretty slick.  Need to save far more than 9 though.
frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
Gary, thank you.

If that is true then the P-Touch 2030 could work.  Can it connect to a PC for storage?
Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
No, the 2030 does not connect to a PC.

If the cost of the 2730 is a factor, there are a few less-expensive P-Touch models that connect to a PC => but none that also have onboard storage and a built-in keyboard to make it easy to make labels in "standalone" mode.

For example:    [But note that this labeler does NOT work in standalone mode -- you MUST have it connected to a PC to make a label.]
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