Summary: I'm very happy with my Epson label maker, super easy set up, easy to load labels, lots of font options. I always wanted a label maker, but didn't want something big and confusing to use, this one fits the bill. It's nice and small and has lots of different label colors and ink options (sold separately.) I can't wait to try them all!
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.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
26 November 2011
Summary: I am a strong believer in owning a label maker. Life is so much easier and efficient if items are labeled. From basement containers to attic boxes, from binders of notes to jars of items, labels make daily life stress-free. I had owned the Dymo LetraTag Plus LT-100T Label Maker when Amazon Vine sent me the Epson LabelWorks LW-300 Label Printer to review. I adored my Dymo, so I was interested to see how they compared side by side.
Solid label printer, lots of styles, easy to peel, but so-so user interface
Gadgester "No Time, No Money", Amazon
22 November 2011
Summary: I've been very happy with the Brother label printers I own, and this is the first Epson label printer I've tried. Like the Brother ones, this Epson is bulky. There is a lot of empty space inside, which begs the question why they couldn't have made it a little smaller and less bulky. Despite the size, though, it feels comfortable in the hands, and typing is no problem. This Epson offers many choices for font, style, border, special effect, etc.
Summary: Label makers have come a long way, and Epson has been on top of this game for quite a while. A reasonable cost for something that does so much. Though it has many features, you are not overwhelmed with the fear of having to learn technical functions. Very user friendly, and once you get the hang of it, and all it has to offer, you will be having fun making labels for many occasions.
Summary: I really wanted to love this label maker, but unfortunately was disappointed in the output. The LW-300 was easy enough to use and has some really great features ... best of all, it centers the print on the label without the annoyingly wasteful one-inch blank space before and after that my Brother P-Touch adds. However, the Epson labels looked like they were typed on an old typewriter with a bad ribbon.
Summary: For some of us out there, you know who you are (hint if you're reading this, I'm talking about you), label makers are a bit of a guilty pleasure. Sure they're practical, though I suppose a roll of masking tape and a sharpee can do the same thing, but come on, they can be fun for overly organized types. This label maker adds a bit to the fun side of the equation, plus the results are generally great.
Summary: I love this machine for these reasons. 1. It is easy to use 2. Offers multiple size/types fonts 3. Easy to load 4. Not very expensive 5. Multiple Label Designs/Colors (including iron on ones) 6. Good size DISPLAY 7. EASY PEEL labels 8. QWERTY Keyboard 9. Optional AC Adapter I only have one complaint about this label printer - the fact that it takes 6 AAA batteries.. AGAIN THE PRICE CANNOT BE BEAT FOR ALL THE FEATURES...
Summary: I've been having so much fun with this label maker! I see it's actually called a label printer and that would be more appropriate because it's definitely nothing like the old label makers where you turn a dial and punch each letter you want. It's about 5 1/2" X 6" and 2" thick. The back opens very easily and it uses 6 AAA batteries. The cartridge slips in the back with the label sticking out the side. It comes with a black on white sample cartridge.