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Epson LabelWorks LW-400 Label Maker (C51CB70010)

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  • Backlit display - type and print labels in challenging lighting conditions
  • Amazing variety - 14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames, bar codes and more
  • Less waste - smaller margins compared to other brands for up to 62% less waste
  • Large built-in memory - store up to 50 files
  • Specialty print models and labels
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameEpson
Item Weight14.1 ounces
Product Dimensions6.7 x 4.3 x 2.2 inches
Item model numberC51CB70010
Batteries:6 AA batteries required.
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberC51CB70010
  
Additional Information
ASINB005J7Y6GS
Best Sellers Rank #517 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 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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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

LabelWorks LW-400 Label Printer

WHY BUY?

Take Ordinary to Extraordinary

Meet the EPSON LabelWorks LW-400, a powerful new label maker that turns organizing into an art. Featuring a backlit display, it helps you make labels anywhere, anytime. Choose from a huge range of symbols, frames, fonts, barcodes and tapes in a variety of styles, sizes and colors. The LW-400 is both easy to use and efficient (dramatically smaller margins mean up to 60% less label waste). The LW-400 is an office powerhouse. With amazing versatility and a large, built-in memory, it stores up to 50 files, so you can save those commonly used labels. Use it for barcodes, A/V and computer wiring and just about anything else. Or, use it around the house. In any case, the LW-400 will transform how you organize and give you a new outlet for your imagination.


WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING:

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"The Epson LabelWorks LW-400 is truly a very useful little gadget with tons of features and options that would be great for home or office use." ~TestFreaks Blog, (January 20, 2012)



DO MORE…

Labeled containers
At Home
File Folders
At Work
Labeled Cables
Anywhere, Anytime

Binders
Binders
Cable Tags
Cabling
Iron Ons
Clothing
Barcodes
Barcode


AMAZING VARIETY

The LW-400 offers 14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames, bar codes, glow-in-the-dark, flourescent 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

  • Backlit display — type and print labels in challenging lighting conditions
  • Amazing variety — 14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames, barcodes 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 50 files
  • Fits up to four lines of text — up to 18 mm (0.7") wide tape
  • Specialty print modes — a variety of flag, tab and wrap style labels
  • Easy to use — automatically printed with a split back for easy and fast peeling
  • Asset tagging — easily print barcodes for products and merchandise
  • Whisper quiet — prints labels without distracting those around you
  • Supports seven languages — set to the language of your choice
  • Specialty labels — double-sided tab tapes, glow-in-the-dark and reflective tapes, fluorescent colors, decorative tapes for scrapbooking and more
  • Packaging Specifications (W x D x H) — Dimensions: 7.7" x 3.1" x 7.8" and Weight 1.53 lb.

WHAT'S IN THE BOX

  • LW-400 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 Description

Take Ordinary to Extraordinary. Meet the Epson Labelworks LW-400, a powerful new label maker that turns organizing into an art. Featuring a backlit display, it helps you make labels anywhere, anytime. Choose from a huge range of symbols, frames, fonts, barcodes and tapes in a variety of styles, sizes and colors. The LW-400 is efficient. Dramatically smaller margins mean up to 62% less label waste). The LW-400 is an office powerhouse. With amazing versatility and a large built-in memory, it stores up to 50 files, so as to prevent extra work for you. Use it for barcodes, A/V and computer wiring and just about anything else. Or, use it around the house. In any case the LW-400 will transform how you organize and give you a new outlet for your imagination.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

What makes it all work is that the label maker is very easy to use and easy to set up.
Richard Wagoner
I love that you can change the font and size of the print, as well as put fun little borders and pictures on the tape if you want.
OregonEmma
You will need the manual at first, but if you use it for some time it because very easy to remember and use.
E. Stuarti

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

393 of 400 people found the following review helpful By SoBeBum on December 28, 2011
Ok, I am going to focus on one area here that has been under-referenced by the other reviews. Those reviews, by the way, are excellent, and provide a thorough review of the product and its capabilities.

The label cartridges for this unit are way too pricey. At $17-21 per cartridge, they are roughly double the cost of refills for other label makers, and represent 50% of the cost of the unit itself! It appears to be a continuation of the HP/Epson scam of selling you an inkjet printer at a loss, and making it back on the printer cartridges over time.

The unit itself is nice, easy, and pleasant to use; as I said, other "most helpful" reviews will cover the unit's abilities in ways I need not echo. But as an ongoing cost, the price of the label cartridges is a sore spot. Also note that the unit ships with a "sample" label cartridge that contains a 4 meter tape - less than half of what the normal cartridge carries. C'mon Epson, if you're going to rip me off on cartridges for the life of my machine, how about a full measure to get me started!

If the price per cartridge drops below $12 each, my review goes up to 5 stars.

Also, note that RetailMeNot has promo codes for discounts on Epson cartridges from the Epson website that makes them cheaper than Amazon.
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293 of 309 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 22, 2011
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Since I bought my first Brother label maker many years ago, I have been a big fan of label makers. They make organizing paper at home and at the office quick and convenient. I also used a label maker to label the drawers on my toolbox. You may use a label maker to label light switches and other miscellaneous controls and devices. I have even used a label maker to label boxes. Yes, I still have a Brother label maker and I still use it. I was glad to have the opportunity to review a different brand for comparison and to see how much label makers have evolved since I bought my last one, half a decade ago.

The Good Stuff:

This label maker has many interesting features. It has an array of symbols and frames (boxes and borders) that is beyond stunning. If there are labels you use often, you can save up to fifty of them. You may change the space between letters, go vertical, and even print them with a mirror image.

This label maker also prints bar codes. While you may think bar codes are only for work, inexpensive bar code readers can help you with a home inventory, or categorizing collections. This device will print index label tabs for files, which I plan to use, cable labels or flags, as some people call them, and wrapped labels. The array of features seems to be phenomenal and well beyond the features I have had available in the past.

Epson provided samples of some of the many tapes they plan to offer. Be advised that the label maker only comes with one sample tape, 12 mm black on white. Epson will also be offering colored tape, tape in different widths, glow-in-the-dark tape, and even iron-on tape that you might use for uniform nametags.
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85 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Steve B VINE VOICE on October 6, 2011
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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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83 of 90 people found the following review helpful By D. Greenbaum VINE VOICE on November 8, 2011
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Labelmakers remind me of the episode of Seinfeld in which George labels everything and it all peels off. Labelmakers have come a long way since then.

I've used a few in the past. Generally they are limited and clumsy. The LW-400 was extremely portable and comfortable to use with one hand. With my other labelmakers I often had to consult a cheat guide to figure out exactly how to get the results I wanted. The Epson was very intuitive and some of the key features were printed on the back. I had no problems quickly getting up to speed.

The symbol library was extensive (and needed a manual). When space is limited, a picture as they say, speaks 1000 characters and while it didn't have 1000 characters it did have several hundreds.

In particular, this was designed for the mobile technician. While it had standard labeling it had MULTIPLE options for labeling cables allow vertical and horizontal place and mirroring so that way the tag could be seen by both sides. Now you have no excuse not to mark everything (which port is workstation 7?)

Typical of most portable labelmakers, this one uses lots of batteries (6 AAA), but I found that my rechargables worked just fine. The labels came in a variety of sizes and colors and were easy to peel and place. No problems with them falling off (unlike George's labelmaker). There is an AC adapter option, but that obviously impacts its portability.

Some others reviews pointed out a lack of fonts. This wasn't a problem with me as I was more concerned with the placement of the text and the variety of print options. Instead of printing two copies of a label and sticking them together to mark a cable I now had an options to print one long cable and mirror the text.

Overall a great label printer for mobile technicians.
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