Monroe 15 LB Bond Paper Rolls, Single Ply, 2.25" x 150' for Printing Calculators (12-Pack) Perspective: front
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Monroe 15 LB Bond Paper Rolls, Single Ply, 2.25" x 150' for Printing Calculators (12-Pack)

12UPC: 0078547512368
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UNIVERSAL USE: Designed to work with any printing calculator, adding machine, or POS system that takes 2 1/4” x 150’ receipt paper rolls. Fits Monroe Calculators, Sharp Calculators, Canon Calculators, Casio Calculators, Victor Calculators, Canon Cash Registers, Casio Cash Registers, Royal Cash Registers, and many more. INCLUDES 12 PAPER ROLLS: Monroe’s high-quality, 15lb. thick, single-ply bond receipt paper rolls are designed to prevent jamming and avoid printing errors and tears. Our premium bond paper is ideal for permanent records, and its lint-free design minimizes paper dust and extends the life of your printing calculator, cash register, or POS system. BRIGHT WHITE PRINTING SURFACE: Provides an excellent surface for clear, easy-to-read, dark print from ink ribbons. We highly recommend using either Monroe M33X ribbon cartridges or Monroe P65M universal ink ribbons, as they provide a darker print that couples perfectly with these paper rolls and can be found right here on Amazon. 150’ paper length means more value for your money and less frequent paper roll changes than with comparable rolls that are a fraction of the length RED INDICATOR ALERTS YOU WHEN TO CHANGE PAPER: Each paper roll has a red streak that alerts users when they are nearing the end of the paper roll. This allows the user to complete their job, then change the paper roll, avoiding the issue of reaching the end of the roll and having your calculator print over previous entries, forcing you to do re-do your work. MADE BY MONROE SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS: Monroe revolutionized the Financial and Accounting industries when we invented the world's first printing calculator in 1912. Since then, Monroe has gone on to become the world's leading manufacturer of high-quality printing calculators and adding machines.