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I have never in my entire life owned a labeling device. Part of the reason is because I thought I could explain my inability to stray truly organized by my lack of one. “Oh, if only I had a label maker I would have my entire house looking like a Container Store catalog. But nobody ever bought me one, so oh well. Not my fault.”
Of course, the truth is that a labeling device isn’t going to cause you to magically be organized. But we just started using the Epson LW-600P LabelWorks system, and I have a feeling that change is in the air.
Simply put, I’m about to go label CRAZY up in this house. And I might be just a touch giddy about it. 🙂
The Epson LW-600P is absolutely perfect for me because it allows you to print labels from your phone. Simply download the free Epson iLabel app to get started.
As you can see, the device allows you to print custom labels, QR codes, and even print barcodes. I also love that you can buy more tape right from the app.
Once you app is downloaded, it’s time to break out your label maker!
It’s shockingly easy to use, you guys. First you need to decide if you want to just plug it into a power source or use batteries (but fair warning, it needs 6 AA batteries if you are thinking of going that route!).
Now it’s time to print a label! We started with My Little Pony, which we wanted to put on the girls’ MLP box. The box currently has just a few ponies in it, for which I have always blamed the lack of label. Now we are headed in the right direction!
I decided after I put the first label on top of the box that I wanted a second one to go on the side. I just went into the history section of the app and pulled up the MLP label I already made once and printed it again. Loved that feature!
The Epson LabelWorks LW-600P is a really fantastic labeling device. I’ve never owned another one, so I can’t compare it to other models, but I can tell you that it is VERY user-friendly and quite simple. I would highly recommend it to anyone who might be in the market for a great label maker! You can pick it up on the Epson website for $99.99 (which is better than the Amazon price, FYI!).