Summary: The LW-400 Epson LabelWorks feels like a well constructed unit and works as advertised. It has enough flexibility in use and built in features to ensure its continued use by anyone or company that buys it. Aside from the staggering SIX batteries required to operate the LW-400 its a very nice product. Although the Users Guide does not endorse the use of rechargeable batteries, we have a feeling they would work regardless.
Summary: I’ve never reviewed a label maker before. I honestly never thought I’d need one. I never wanted one. I’ve since changed my mind on all of that, I’ve got a label maker now, a nice one actually and that’s what I’ve got for you right now.
Pros: Easy to use, Inexpensive, Fun to use, Lots of different label choices, Lots of options
Summary: When you think of label printing you tend to think of Dymo, as I discovered earlier this year Brother makes label printers and now I find so do Epson , here I am looking at their latest offering the Epson Label Works LW-400 .