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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?
Hi, the 5 that we're giving away at the end of this month are great ones...
Epson LabelWorks LW-300 Label Maker
Everyone who has at least 30 posts by the end of this month (Jan 2015) is entered into the drawing.
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.
hey thanks Lauren. I wrote that down for if I do not win. Much appreciated!
I would suggest buying a plug in labeler. The first one I bought was battery operated and ate batteries like crazy. I was always awkwardly changing them in the middle of a client's job. Also, a basic labeler is fine. Some of the higher end ones have many more bells and whistles than you will ever need. I use a Brother P-Touch that I bought in Staples years ago.
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?
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.