|Item Weight||3.52 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 2.8 x 1.2 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ST6SW|
Hartwii White on Clear Cassette Compatible for Epson Label Tape LC-2TWN 6mm 8m (1/4 x 26")
|Price:||$7.49 & FREE Shipping|
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- Used For EPSON Serial Label Printing Machines
- Model number:ST6SW / LC-2TWN
- Color: White on Clear
- Size: 6mm x 8m / 1/4 x 26"
- Other Colors:More than 20 colors to be chosen
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ST6SW Compatible EPSON LC-2TWN High Quality Label Tape
Color: White on Clear / Size: 6mm x 8m (1/4 x 26")
Puty tapes are 100% compatible with EPSON LW Serial Label Printing Machines .It has the original quality, and it's only 1/2-1/3 of the original's retail price. we do have 6,9,12,18,24,36 mm size ,more than 18 colors to meet your variable demand.
Service: Our tape is compatible with more than 99.9% different EPSON LW Serial Label tape machine, If you find our tape is not compatible with your machine, pls contact with us firstly.we would be responsible to the end.
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The box makes no mention of "Hartwii" (at least not in English), but it does say "PUTY" (on a removable sticker). The box says the tape is 8 meters long, which is approximately 26' (feet). I can say for sure that the cartridge contains more than 26" (inches) as the description currently says. The box also says LC-4TWN (an old Epson part number, the current Epson replacement is LK-4TWN) and ST12SW which may be relevant to Tepra label printer owners (a seemingly non-US market brand).
The back of the box reads:
.Tapes are for Epson and Tepra Label makers.
.Do not place tape outdoor due to accelerated quality deterioration.
.Avoid storing tape in extreme temperature, direct sunlight, high humidity and dusty area.
.Deplete entire cartridge as soon as possible after opening.
.Do not cut label with sharp tools. Cleaning label surface with solvents may cause blurring of text."
I suspect the sharp tools warning is just a poorly translated liability disclaimer for users that need to be saved from themselves. Cutting the tape with the blade in my label printer was no problem, nor was trimming with scissors (while running!, j/k ;).
I used an Epson LW-300 label printer running from an AC adapter. I've only made one batch of labels so far and I haven't had any trouble. The adhesive seems reasonable (at least on a solvent-degreased smooth painted surface, though I haven't actually tried to remove the labels). The backing is split down the length of the tape.