November 19, 2014

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Epson LabelWorks™ Cable and Wiring Kit #Review


Epson LabelWorks products ideal for any label making need.  All their kits include a portable battery-powered handheld label printer, and two compatible tape cartridges in a convenient carrying case. All printers are compatible with a variety of unique tapes including satin ribbon, glow-in-the-dark, polka dot, cable wrap, iron-on, reflective, fluorescent, and more.

Safety Kit 
  • Print durable, customized labels to improve safety in the home, office, classroom or just about anywhere else
  • Add reflective tape to sports gear, ensure emergency supplies are labeled and add glow in the dark tape to flashlights in the event of a blackout
Cable and Wiring Kit 
  • Quickly label and identify unruly electronic cables, whether at home or at the office, by isolating computer, printer, phone and router cables, AC adapters, DVR cables, TV wires, lamps and more
Iron-On Kit
  • Easily create personalized, machine washable iron-on labels for school items, uniforms, sports jerseys – perfect for preparing your child for summer camp of back to school
Printable Ribbon Kit 
  • Print personalized satin ribbons for crafts, scrapbooks, decorations, gifts and more
LW-600P 
  • App-enabled label printer allowing wireless printing for iOS and Android devices

I was recently sent the Epson LabelWorks™ Cable and Wiring Kit  for review!  With this kit, you can organize your electronic cables quickly and easily. From cable management to asset tagging, you can create professional-looking labels at home or in the office. Customized, printed labels help you identify computer, printer and router cables behind your desk. And, hooking up your entertainment center after maintenance is a breeze with clearly labeled AC adapters, DVR cables and TV wires. Easily organize all your electronic devices, including phone cables and light switches. For asset tagging, create and print bar codes, from 39 to 128 and six other types. With easy-peel backs, labeling and organizing is quick and saves you time and guesswork later. Plus, Epson’s durable flag and wrap style labels last a long time and suit every electronic organizational need.

 Key Features
  • Convenient — create professional-looking labels at home, in the office, or on the road
  • Customize — print labels to help you identify cables behind your desk or electronic equipment cables
  • Versatile — create flag or wrap labels, plus bar codes
  • Stay organized — always know which cable connects to which device
  • Asset tagging — create external bar codes for easy access
  • Easy-peel tape — split-back liner for added convenience
  • Durable — industrial-strength labels last a long time
  • Variety — many tape widths and colors to choose from; including glow-in-the-dark and reflective
  • Full featured — kit includes label printer, 2 tape cartridges for easy-peel, durable labels, and carrying case which also holds 6 AA-sized batteries (not included) and an optional AC adapter (not included)
The area behind the computer desk and TV are scary places for me.  The are seriously a web of cords, power strips, and more.  I leave all the cords up to the hubby to deal with, but recently I had to venture back behind the TV and wiggle this HDMI cord, jiggle that audio plug, etc.  I had no idea what I was looking at, but a see of black cords.  Well this is where the Epson LabelWorks™ Cable and Wiring Kit  comes in!  It is the perfect solution.  Now you can label your cords, so you know what is what back there!  My hubby has even "dummy" labeled them for me... cord from TV to XBox, cord from Blu-Ray to speaker, LOL.

It doesn't just stop at cable and wiring labels, just this bad boy all over the house to label CDs, DVDs, plastic tubs, etc.  Anywhere in your house that needs something labeled, you probably can do with this label maker!  The easy to peel table makes it easy and painless!  So don't be afraid anymore and get behind that TV and get labeling!

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