This is the Epson LabelWorks LW-400 (MSRP $49.99). I’ve been using it for labeling files, power cords, clothes, drawers full of crafts, sippy cups, lunch bags, etc. I’m a labeling freak, especially when it comes to home and office organization.
Here are just some of the useful features of the LW-400:
- Prints labels up to ~¾” (18 mm) wide
- Variety: 14 fonts, 10 font styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames, bar codes and more
- Built-in Memory: store up to 50 self-created label designs
- Specialty Print Modes: a variety of flag, tab and wrap style labels — ideal for cables, wiring and more
- Asset Tagging: easily print barcodes for products and merchandise
- Types of Tape: double-sided tab, iron-on, glow-in-the-dark, reflective, metallic, strong adhesive, fluorescent and decorative tapes
(Info above adapted from Epson.com)
I find the label maker very easy to use. I’m a big fan of Epson products because of their quality. Also, the $50 price tag doesn’t break the bank. It’s quite a convenient little electronic to have around.
Here’s a great product overview video from Epson about the LabelWorks LW400:
Since we’re on the topic of Epson and home/office organization, I have another product review coming soon of the Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 Document Scanner so, stay tuned.