Excerpt: I travel frequently and I needed labels for my toiletries. Most of them are oils so my fear was that the letters and or tape would peel off easily when they got wet or oily. To my surprise, I have taken two trips and so far, no problems! The letters are still in tact and so are the labels. The labels come off only if you make an effort to peel them off and even that is not a hard task. I'm still in the testing phase.
Excerpt: Essentially, I bought it because it was cheap. A few points you need to consider: 1. You'll save more by typing out several labels at the same time and printing them together. I've used it for a few weeks now and played around with the various settings. But no matter what you do you will waste a significant amount of tap. I even printed it on the chain setting and l shrunk down the borders.2.
Excerpt: Works perfectly for labelling things at home and in my classroom. I can easilt read labels to quickly find materials for student projects. I also created easy to read labels for student working folders. I plan to purchase more labels to increase my options. I like the ability to save labels and have muntiple lines on one label.
Excerpt: For about $50, this little macine will make just about any kind of label you could possibly want in either a home or office environment. Especially convenient for us is its ability to print vertically as well as horizontally as well as use several label widths!And another plus is that it's battery powered, so work can be accomplished under the most spartan of conditions, even where no electricity exists.