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With our oldest entering First Grade this week, we’ve entered a new phased in the Back-to-School realm – that of having a kid in school all-day. With that, there’s more supplies to be taken, and the potential for more things to go lost (which has happened), misplaced or mixed-up. With that in mind, the folks at Epson sent us one of their new LabelWorks Label Maker Kits for review – specifically, their Iron-On Kit. It was time to get to labeling!

Epson LabelWorks

Having owned a lot of labelmakers over the years, they always look more intimidating than they are – packing a ton of buttons and a good-sized manual. The Epson LW-300 is pretty easy-to-use, with a decent font selection and an assortment of cute and useful icons available. The kit (which comes in a helpful carrying case for storage) includes two cartridges of iron-on tape – great for clothing and other cloth goods, but you’re gonna want to pick up some additional tapes in the adhesive varieties to label things like lunchboxes, plastics – anything that might melt under the heat of an iron. Also be careful with backpacks, as these heat-applied labels are great for cotton, polyester and blends – but could damage other materials. I was able to use our Epson LabeWorks labels on little Finley’s PBS KIDS Backback from Whole Foods, but not Addie’s Snoopy PEANUTS Backpack from Hanna Andersson (which has a write-on label inside).

Each label took seconds to apply using nothing more than our normal iron – with no water/steam. About 20-seconds each, and done. And for some of the items that both of our girls use? Two names…

Epson LabelWorks Review

Features (from Epson’s spec sheet):
  • Everything you need to create personalized iron-on labels — includes a LabelWorks LW-300 printer, 2 iron-on tape cartridges and an application guide
  • Variety — 14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames and more
  • Less waste — smaller lead margin compared to other brands, for up to 60% less lead margin waste
  • Large built-in memory — store up to 30 self-created label designs
  • Prints up to two lines of text — more space for you to add specialty frames or symbols to enhance your design
  • Easy to apply — automatically printed with a split back for easy and fast peeling
  • Whisper quiet — prints labels without distracting those around you
  • Iron-on labels — durable, machine-washable iron-on labels can be applied to almost any fabric in just seconds
  • Carrying case included — stores the LW-300 printer, two cartridges, six AAA-sized batteries (not included) and optional AC Adapter (not included)

The Epson LabelWorks Iron-On Kit is available now from Epson.com, Amazon and other retailers. It’s also a Rock Father-approved Back-to-School accessory!

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