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Epson LabelWorks Review

February 22, 2015

It is no secret that I love to label everything and anything that I can get my hands on. So when Epson sent me their LabelWorks 400P Label Printer to try out, you can only imagine how excited I was. With the slogan “turn organising into art” this label printer could not be more perfect for me.

Hazel went back to day care last week so the timing was perfect to get all her bits and pieces labeled. I had no problems labelling her lunchbox, drink bottle, backpack, clothes, hat and favourite toy.

I also spent some time this week setting up a new recipe binder. It makes me crazy when I can’t find tab dividers wide enough to use with plastic sleeves in a binder. So when I learnt that you can make index tab labels with this baby, I may have squealed. This is a seriously cool feature! For a label and binder junkie like myself, I don’t know how I lived without it until now.

 

Like everything the label printer does, the index tabs are really easy to make. A few quick changes to the settings, print your label out, fold it over the edge of your sleeve or page and you are done!

Another feature I love is the flags to label cords. It took me 5 minutes to label these cords to stop me from forgetting which cord goes with which device.

And just when I thought I couldn’t love this label printer any more. It prints on RIBBON! It took me a minute to wrap my head around how awesome that is.. But once I did, there was no stopping me.

Hazel’s favourite toy has to go to day care with her however it has been misplaced on more than one occasion leaving us with a very upset little girl. I printed out her name onto some label ribbon and sewed it onto the back of Cow (who is actually a hippo!). No more missing Cow and a happy little girl. I also printed out a ribbon label to tie to Hazel’s school bag and our suitcases are next on my to do list.

The LabelWorks printer has so many great features and is so easy to use. It prints onto heaps of different tapes including ribbon, metallic, iron on, and glow in the dark tape up to 18mm wide. The printer has 75 fonts, 10 styles, 300 symbols and 75 frames built into the device and also allows you to print bar codes. You can print up to 4 lines of text and it has a bunch of different printing features like tabs, flags, and wrap styles. That is a lot of features for such a compact device and definitely gives it my organisers tick of approval. It has everything you could want!

Thanks to Epson, I have 1 Epson LabelWorks 400P Label Printer to give away to one of my fabulous Forever Organised readers. This giveaway is valued at $110.99 and includes 1 additional ribbon cartridge so you can get labelling straight away. This competition will be open until midnight on 8th March 2015 and is a game of skill with the winner being chosen by me. The winner will be announced on my Facebook page and will be notified by email. See below for full terms and conditions.

 

Enter the competition to win an Epson LabelWorks 400P Label Printer by answering the following question in the comments section below. Make sure you leave a valid email address so you can be contacted if you win.

What is the strangest thing you have ever labelled?  

 

~ Competition Closed ~

Terms and Conditions

  • The name of the promotion is: Epson LabelWorks Blog Competition
  • The promoter is Forever Organised in conjunction with the Epson
  • The conditions of entry are one answer per person. Employees, immediate family members, retailers, suppliers, associated companies and agencies are not eligible to enter.
  • The giveaway will close on 8 March 2015 at Midnight. Comments submitted after this time will not be considered for the giveaway.
  • This is a game of skill. The winner will be awarded based on the strength of their answer to the question ‘What is the strangest thing you have ever labelled?’
  • The prize will be in the form of product which will be sent to the winner once address details have been provided after the competition has closed.
  • The results of the giveaway will be published on this site on 9 March 2015.
  • Prizes are not redeemable for cash and are non-transferable
  • The total prize value $110.99
  • The competition is open to Australian residents only.
  • If for any reason beyond the Promoter’s control the agreed prize is not available a product of equal or greater value will be provided.
  • The Promoter is not responsible for prizes once they have been dispatched to the winner.



Disclosure: I received this Epson label maker for review purposes and I’m so excited that I can share one with one of you as well!  Thanks Epson!

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