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Epson LabelWorks LW-300 Label Maker

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LW-300
  • Amazing variety - 14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames and more
  • Less waste - smaller margins compared to other brands for up to 62% less waste
  • Large built-in memory - store up to 30 files
  • Specialty print models and labels
  • Easy to use - automatically printed with a split back for easy and fast peeling
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Product Description

Style: LW-300

LabelWorks LW-300 Label Printer

WHY BUY?

Take Ordinary to Extraordinary

The EPSON LabelWorks LW-300 label printer is where organization meets imagination. No longer restricted by simple options, you can choose from a huge range of symbols, frames and fonts. With dozens of tapes in a variety of styles, borders, sizes and colors, your creativity can be boundless. LW-300 also is efficient (save up to 30 self-created label designs with built-in memory to prevent redundant work) and more mindful of supplies (dramatically smaller lead margins mean up to 60% less label waste). It’s perfect for creating professional-looking labels at home or in the office — for files, storage bins, household items, clothing and just about anything else. Explore the amazingly versatile LW-300 label maker and celebrate your creative expression.

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WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING:

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"This battery-powered machine [Epson LabelWorks LW-300] performs basic label printing, offering various fonts, type styles, and a wide variety of symbols. It's highly portable and operates totally PC free." ~PCMag.com, (March 22, 2012)



DO MORE…

Labeled containers
At Home
Labeled Binders
At Work
Labeled clothes
At Play

Labeled folders
Folders
Labeled gift tags
Tags
Labeled clothes
Clothing
Labeled candy jars
Containers


AMAZING VARIETY

The LW-300 offers 14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames and glow-in-the-dark and reflective options. With so many choices for creative expression, you’ll finally have labels that catch up to your imagination.


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ADDITIONAL FEATURES

  • Amazing 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 files
  • Fits up to two lines of text — up to 12 mm (0.5") wide tape
  • Easy to use — automatically printed with a split back for easy and fast peeling
  • Whisper quiet — prints labels without distracting those around you
  • Supports seven languages — set to the language of your choice
  • Specialty labels — glow-in-the-dark, reflective tapes, iron-on and decorative tapes for scrapbooking and more
  • Packaging Specifications (W x D x H) — Dimensions: 7.7" x 3.1" x 7.8" and Weight 1.52 lb.
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WHAT'S IN THE BOX

  • LW-300 Label Printer
  • 12mm (0.47”) Black on White LC sample tape cassette
  • User’s Guide and Warranty Card

EPSON TAPE SUPPLIES

  • Standard Black on White, 12mm (LC-4WBN9)
  • Standard Black on White, 18mm (LC-5WBN9)
  • Clear Black on Clear, 12mm (LC-4TBN9)
  • Strong Adhesive Black on Yellow, 18mm (LC-5YBW9)
  • Iron on (Fabric) Black on White, 12mm (LC-4WBQ5)
  • Standard Gold on Black, 12mm (LC-4BKP9)
  • Standard Red on White, 12mm (LC-4WRN9)
  • Standard Blue on White, 12mm (LC-4WLN9)
  • Clear Gold on Clear, 12mm (LC-4TKN9)
  • *Visit Epson.com for more tape options


LabelWorks Series

Take ordinary to extraordinary with LabelWorks label printers, they make it easy to create customized labels for files, storage bins, household items, clothing, scrapbooking and more. With a wide range of fonts, styles, frames and specialty modes, these easy-to-use products offer amazing versatility. And, they ensure less waste with smaller margins compared to other brands.



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Product Information

Style: LW-300
Technical Details
Brand NameEpson
Item Weight14.1 ounces
Product Dimensions5.9 x 5.7 x 2.2 inches
Item model numberC51CB69010
Batteries:6 AAA batteries required.
ColorWhite
Number of Items1
Size9in l x 7.5in w x 3in h
Manufacturer Part NumberC51CB69010
  
Additional Information
ASINB005J7Y6HW
Best Sellers Rank #355 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 4, 2011
  
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Customer Reviews

This label maker is very easy to use.
Christopher H
There is detailed directions for using the printer, it is easy to figure out, after checking out the instructions.
PhAzEr DaZeR
The font size and style can be changed.
huckfinn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

242 of 245 people found the following review helpful By Doron Aliza on May 29, 2013
Style Name: LW-300
This review applies to the Epson LabelWorks LW-300 and LW-400 label printers.

The Epson LW-300 and LW-400 printers are very similar in capability. The primary differences are enumerated below:

1. The LW-300 supports tape widths up to 1/2" while the LW-400 supports tape widths up to 3/4".

2. The LW-300 can store up to 30 labels while the LW-400 can store up to 50 labels.

3. The LW-300 can print up to 2 lines per label while the LW-400 can print up to 4 lines per label.

4. The LW-300 takes 6 AAA batteries while the LW-400 takes 6 AA batteries (batteries not included with either printer).

Both of these printers offer 14 different fonts in 10 different styles and both have more than 300 special characters that can be printed. They each also offer a variety of "frames" that can be set to print around the selected text.

The biggest difference, however, between the two printers is that the LW-400 can create special formats. It can create flag labels for cables, wrapped labels for cables and, of great importance to some users, it can print barcodes in 8 different formats. When printing barcodes, the LW-400 is also smart enough to recognize if you don't have a sufficient number of digits entered for that particular barcode format; it won't let you print the barcode until you have entered the proper number of digits.

Both machines are easy to set up. Once they are out of the box, you'll be printing labels in 2 or 3 minutes. Changing tape is easy on both units and both accept the same wide variety of tape media (bearing in mind that the LW-300 is limited to a maximum tape width of 1/2").
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223 of 232 people found the following review helpful By Andrew's Mom on November 16, 2011
Style Name: LW-300 Verified Purchase
I really wanted to love this label maker, but unfortunately was disappointed in the output. The LW-300 was easy enough to use and has some really great features ... best of all, it centers the print on the label without the annoyingly wasteful one-inch blank space before and after that my Brother P-Touch adds. However, the Epson labels looked like they were typed on an old typewriter with a bad ribbon. When I set the font to "bold," some characters were bold, some not so much. The letter spacing was also uneven, with some of the letters running together. I was also surprised that every time I turned the LW-300 on, I had to re-do all my settings (font size, style, etc.) because they had reverted back to the factory default. There might be a way around that glitch, but based on the so-so looking labels, I decided to return the LW-300 and go back to using my P-Touch instead.
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384 of 406 people found the following review helpful By 30ips VINE VOICE on October 18, 2011
Style Name: LW-300 Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
We've all used label makers, or at least most of us have, so I don't feel the need to go into the basics. Instead, I want to talk about what makes this new Epson unit better (for me at least) than any other I've used.

First, a caveat: my label maker is a P-Touch that's a few years old. I don't know how much the market has matured, so some of these features may be in other machines.

The box includes the labeler, instructions, a printed symbols list, and a sample 4 meter cartridge 12mm black-on-white tape (standard cartridges are 9 meters). It requires 6 AAA batteries which are not included. It can also run off an optional AC adapter.

First and most importantly, Epson has dramatically cut down on label waste at the margins which means big savings on cost. With my Brother, there is a full 1" of waste on each end of the label (I understand on some models this can be modified, but on one end only). Many of my labels consist of 1-3 words, so they might use up .75" to 1.25". For me, that meant I was essentially using 3 times as much tape as necessary. Calculated with 1.75" text length per label (larger than my average), the Brother will make about 84 labels per 26.2' cartridge.

The Epson, on the other hand, has .375" margins (3/8"). Using the same 1.75" of text, that will net about 142 labels per 29.5' cartridge. Based on list prices for cartridges, this translates to 22.6 cents-per-label for the Brother vs. 13.9 cents-per-label for the Epson. NOTE: I understand some Brother cartridges are sometimes discounted - but since the Epson units were not yet available at the time of this writing, it's impossible to know how much they will be discounted in comparison.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Steve B VINE VOICE on October 6, 2011
Style Name: LW-300 Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This is a comparison review of the Epson LW-300 and LW-400 labelers that I received from Amazon Vine to review, and the Brother P-touch 1880 that I bought from Costco. All three are in the same approximate price range, although the Brother was significantly cheaper than SRP at Costco. I'll hit upon the key differences that I noted but will not discuss the PC linking available to the P-touch 1880 since it doesn't work with a Mac.

The Epson 400 screen is a two-line display comprised of illuminated blue letters on a white background, making it MUCH easier to read than the 300 or the Brother. In addition, the size and shape make the 400 more conducive to handheld portable labeling use. The 300 is smaller and somewhat lighter, and would work well for the same purpose, but the shape is not as efficient for secure, handheld use. The 400 also includes a lanyard attachment point making it even better for secure portability and ease of use. The Brother is designed for desktop use, but is light enough to be portable and it runs on 6 batteries like the Epson units (Epson 400 and Brother use AA; Epson 300 uses AAA).

All three units are cartridge systems. The Epson labeling tape cartridge is removed or inserted by easily removing the back. The batteries are in the same area so they are replaced the same way. The Brother's batteries are in back also, but the cartridge is inserted by lifting an access flap on top. Brother's method is easier, and doesn't require setting down the back piece while inserting the cartridge, nor would you need to lay the display face down in the process, thus eliminating the chance of scratching the bezel in the process. However, with care, the Epson method should present no issues to the user, but would take a few seconds longer to accomplish.
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