|Item Weight||14.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.69 x 4.33 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||C51CB70010|
|Batteries||6 AAA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||C51CB70010|
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Epson LabelWorks LW-400 Label Maker
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- Backlit display - type and print labels in challenging lighting conditions. AA batteries required (best with Polaroid AA batteries)
- 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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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.
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LabelWorks LW-400 Label Printer
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:
"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)
AMAZING VARIETYThe 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.
- 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.
LabelWorks SeriesTake 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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|Item Dimensions||6.69 x 4.33 x 2.20 inches||6.20 x 2.70 x 5.90 inches||7.90 x 3.90 x 2.80 inches||8.00 x 4.00 x 2.00 inches|
|Item Weight||0.88 lbs||1.00 lbs||0.77 ounces||1.40 lbs|
|Number of Items||1||1||1||1|
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You can say the printer is almost perfect. The good impression is gone with your first print.
The fonts are extremely ugly. Forget about kerning. Smaller fonts, when you print e.g. two lines of text are terrible rescaled. That results in strange artifacts. For example you could expect thickness of all horizontal lines in capital Sans Serif E is equal but not for this printer. You can not just change to another typeface, all of the fonts got the same issues.
By default the text is too condensed, it's hard to read. Changing spacing helps but some letters are still unnaturally aligned e.g. l or dot.
The printing speed is also visible slower than competitors (Brother, Dymo) but this is not a big issue for this kind of printers.
Epson developed really nice device but they failed to implement the most important function – printing. When you look at Brother or Dymo prints, all looks smooth and letter spacing is nice. LW400 prints looks simply bad. The only case when text looks acceptable are full height one line prints on ½” (12mm) tape.
The very good thing is that it does not waste the tape. There is only small margin about 10mm. That sounds amazing compared to Brother products where you waste 1” (25mm) of tape for every print.
It's worth to mention that height of the font on ¾” (18mm) tape is the same as on ½” (12mm) tape but it's still nice to have ¾” (18mm) prints.
There is also irritating problem with cable labels. The margin at the beginning of the horizontal label is very small, you must manually add space to shift text out of the cable. Brother got it better implemented.
Good: very small margin 10mm, support for ¾” (18mm) tapes, LCD, QWERY keyboard, barcodes, up to 4 lines on ½” (12mm) tape, many icons, symbols and frames, cable labels.
Bad: ugly prints (only one thing but that's enough to choose another printer)
Please see attached sample comparison of Epson LW400 (top) and Brother H101GB (bottom). 2 lines on ½” (12mm) tape.
I used this last night for beginning my labeling around the house, beginning with the recent tea canisters I bought off of Amazon and attached photos. The font I used was CL Roman with narrow spacing and bold lettering. I was easily able to adjust the label length to make sure I didn't waste any of my precious Black on Clear 1/2" tape. I added the labels over top of silver sparkled washi tape purchased at my local Target for $2.99... I love it! I'm ready for my tea shipment today! I couldn't stop there and also had to put labels on my new file folders also purchased at Target.
NOTE: Notice the Chocolate Peppermint label... I accidently left the label maker on "2 Lines" for that label, and it seemed to cut off a little bit of the capitalized letters. I didn't want to redo it and waste the tape - and it honestly isn't noticeable enough for me to care. But take that into consideration when adding multiple lines on a single strip of tape; it may make your wording slightly wonky.
Update: unscrewed back and got into the motor area. Pulled some paper out, tried again nothing. Went back in and fidgeted with the wires, more paper surfaced. Third time I did this, got a tiny sliver of paper and it works again.