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suggestions on a good labeler

Hello: going out shopping to buy my tote and fill it with supplies. Any suggestions on a good label maker?

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  • AdamAdam Administrator Posts: 923
    Hi, the 5 that we're giving away at the end of this month are great ones...

    Epson LabelWorks LW-300 Label Maker
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005J7Y6HW

    Everyone who has at least 30 posts by the end of this month (Jan 2015) is entered into the drawing.
  • LaurenLauren Enrolled Posts: 61
    Carolyn, if you do not win the Epson via the drawing, I have been pretty happy with the Dymo LetraTag. I think it's around $25. My only complaint is that it eats batteries a little faster than I would like.
  • Rosie BrownRosie Brown Enrolled Posts: 31
    Hi all

    I have a Dymo, but find that it is too small most times for my baskets. Does anyone have a label maker that makes bigger labels?
  • Cynthia MurrayCynthia Murray Administrator, Enrolled Posts: 1,047
    @Rosie Brown For baskets and bins, I use adhesive chalk labels (using a chalk marker), or I print labels out and laminate them. If the latter, I use adhesive velcro to attach them to baskets.
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