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DYMO TAPE HOLDER (MODEL 22-0208-3)     

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Picture of DYMO TAPE HOLDER (MODEL 22-0208-3) The Dymo Tape Holder, model 22-0208-3, is a braille writer accessory designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It attaches to any Perkins Brailler (see separate entries) and permits fully contracted braille to be produced on Dymo labeling tape without the necessity of using a slate and stylus. This accessory is easy to attach and features durable, all-metal construction.

Price: 26.00.

This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.

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Perkins Products (formerly Howe Press)

Perkins School for the Blind
175 North Beacon Street
Watertown, Massachusetts 02472
United States
Telephone: 617-972-7308.
Fax: 617-926-2027.
Web: http://www.perkins.org/store/.
Email: PerkinsProducts@Perkins.org.


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