Saturday, August 23, 2014

Epson Iron-on Kit review

Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid in anyway to write this review.  All opinions are my own.

Epson Iron-on Kit review 

My boys play a lot of sports.  Year round we are always active in some sort of sport.  With the sports of course comes sport gear.  Equipment, uniforms, bags, ect...
The things tend to get mixed up and I'm always standing after a game with another parent trying to figure out what belongs to who.  When I found out I would be able to review the Epson Iron-on Kit I knew it would be perfect for labeling my kids sport stuff.  But then I got to thinking it will also be perfect for clothing, school bags, everything my oldest takes to summer camp.  I also have wash baskets I can finally label them white, colors and towels!!  Now my hubby can't fib anymore and claim he forgot which was which :)

Lets talk more about the kit.  


The Epson Iron-On Kit comes with 
the LW-300, a portable battery-powered handheld label printer, and two iron-on tape cartridges in a convenient carrying case. It also comes with a user guide.
The handheld label printer provides a wide variety of fonts, symbols, and frames. 
14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames and more.  After you chose your fonts and symbols you can easily print and cut your perfectly-sized label using Epson's LW-300 printer.

 The durable, machine-washable, iron-on labels can be applied to almost any fabric in just a few seconds. 

The included carrying case neatly stores the LW-300 printer, two 12mm tape cartridges, six AAA-sized batteries (not included), and an optional AC adapter (not included). 

The built in memory can store up to 30 labels.  So if there is a label you will be printing a lot no need to remake it every time simple store it and always have it ready to use.

If you wish to learn more please click my link below:
LabelWorks™ Iron-on Kit

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