Summary: Pros: Fast, fairly priced, many features such as borders, clip art, font size, two lines among others. There is minimal tape waste. It uses very little tape at beginning and end of label. Also found that the tape for this printer is less expensive that others. Cons: Printing not as crisp and defined as with other printers but still pretty good. Prints only up to 12mm tape. One huge draw back it does not center if you use two lines. That is a big bummer.
Excerpt: Bought the LW-400 about 9 months ago, and it's been a solid product. Really helped me organize and label many things (shop, garage, school, office, binders, cables, etc). I chose this Brand and Model because of its versatility and the numerous styles of tape you can get. The 400 also does symbols and languages and has several font styles. Changing tapes is simple, quick, and easy.
Excerpt: I'm still exploring the uses for my new Label Printer. The Ribbons I printed made nice additions for my Christmas gifts this year. I have so many different ideas for gifts and more that I can use the printed ribbons. I am open to all kinds of ideas for labeling my hand made items to personalized ribbons for little girls hair. I just wish the ribbon cartridges were more readily available than having to order from Epson.
Excerpt: The label maker is pretty good. I've just begun using it, so I still have to refer to the user manual on a constant basis for understanding how to do certain functions on it. The refill tape though, is where they really stick it to you on the price.
You will find that you can use it everywhere. Makes it easy to find things
5 February 2013
Summary: Got it just before Christmas. Used it to label Chistmas gifts awesome! I have a sewing area and since labeling the many drawers and canisters I can find everything quickly. Used it to label things I put in the freezer. Wished I had thought to get it earlier. Easy to use the only problem I had was figuring out how to take off the backing. Glad I got it.