With both my kids in school and especially Devon, I am always looking for something to use to put his name on all his personal things. Usually we use a permanent marker and write out his name.
When I was contacted by Epson to see if I would like to review their LabelWorks Iron-on Kit I was more than excited. Now I can iron a label on all of the clothes I send with Devon to school and his book bag and lunch box. Knowing it will come back home with him, no more lost items.
Honestly I could not wait for it to get here, I was so excited when it finally came. I starting playing with it right away. Making labels for all of Devon’s school stuff. It was so easy to use. I put the label on the shirt, put my warm iron on the label for a few seconds, lifted the iron, and did it again. You have to add a little pressure to the iron to get the label to stick, but that is no big deal.
Here is what is included in the Epson LabelWorks Iron On Kit:
LW-300 Label Printer
Two (2) ~½” (12 mm) Iron-on tape cartridges
Application User’s Guide
Uses 6 triple A batteries
When designing your ribbon, you can choose from one of the 300+ symbols, 14 fonts or 10 font styles to personalize your design. You can customize your ribbons by creating special effects, such as vertical and mirrored text. You can adjust the font width, spacing and print density. You can also create longer ribbon with a repeated pattern. What’s really cool is that you can also save your ribbon designs for later use.
What can you ask for a simple label maker that’s light weight and portable.