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Make Back to school a Breeze

Versatile, practical and simple to use, the Brother PTH105 Label Maker is your new partner in organisational crime to help make the hectic back to school season a breeze! From bags and clothes, books to lunchboxes, to school and sport uniforms, Brother label makers can label it all. No need to worry about Brother labels fading on clothes, peeling off lunchboxes in the dishwasher or shrivelling on uniforms by the school pool. The unique, laminated seven layer construction ensures each label can handle the toughest situations – making them ‘kid proof’   Perfect for organising ALL aspects of your life,…

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Versatile, practical and simple to use, the Brother PTH105 Label Maker is your new partner in organisational crime to help make the hectic back to school season a breeze!
From bags and clothes, books to lunchboxes, to school and sport uniforms, Brother label makers can label it all.

No need to worry about Brother labels fading on clothes, peeling off lunchboxes in the dishwasher or shrivelling on uniforms by the school pool. The unique, laminated seven layer construction ensures each label can handle the toughest situations – making them ‘kid proof’

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Perfect for organising ALL aspects of your life, I’m sure that this is a tool that is going to be useful in all the area’s around the home, office or literally anywhere that need that little bit of help. With features that mean you can create labels for fabrics, clothes, bags, your children (or husband) will no longer have any excuse for misplacing ‘that’ item.
So improve the level of efficiency while gaining some organization to the chaos that comes with going ‘Back to School’

 

Brother P-Touch uses NZ’s most durable labels. Withstanding abrasion, chemicals, water, heat, cold, humidity and harsh light, Brother labels aren’t to be messed with. The unique laminated seven layer construction ensures each label can handle the toughest situations.
With a variety of tapes to suit all needs, including fabric (for clothes), matte clear tape and strong adhesive tape (for rough surfaces). Tape widths that range from 6mm to 12mm and a great selection of colours including pink, yellow, green, red, black and blue. There really is something for everyone.

From school bags and clothes, kitchen and bathroom cupboards, to garden tools and pot plants. Brother labels makers can label it all, not only making spring cleaning a breeze, but fun too.
Add to that the fact that the Brother PTH105 is clever too, storing up to nine of your favourite labels into memory for quick and easy printing

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Even comes in Pink
For those of you who are like me and like a bit of colour in your life, there is also a pink version. So ladies, you can get yourself one in pink, and hubby can have one in white so you can both set about to create that organised paradise that you know is going to make life so much easier.

 

From December until the end of February, Brother’s most loved label maker will be an incredible $24.95 (normally $59.95) and available from Brother stockists nationwide… an even better reason to get labelling!
To find your nearest stockiest, pop along to www.brother.co.nz and check it out

 

 

63 comments

  1. I would put labels on all of my daughters new school books.

  2. The first think I would label would be our “odds and ends” cupboard and drawer – what’s in there and where is it?

  3. I’d label all of my kids gear for the new year back at school

  4. I would label my daughters uniform 🙂

  5. my containers so they get returned

  6. I’d label my son’s shoes! He much prefers barefoot so random shoes left on the playground is an issue.

  7. kushla taloa-davey

    I would label my sons clothes 😉

  8. The first thing I’d label is my children’s school uniform. They’re so expensive and I hate replacing uniforms. As I’m a primary school teacher id also take it to school and label the children’s uniform in my class. Always hats going missing, and when we do swimming uniforms seem to go missing or go home on the wrong children

  9. Uniforms, Shoes, Raincoats, Gym and Swimming Gear, Lunchboxes, Pencil Cases

  10. The first thing I would label is his bag and lunchbox, I would love to label his jandals but he seems to drag the everywhere so wouldnt handle the roughness 😉

  11. I have been trying to organise my pantry so I would label everything in there!

  12. I would definitely label our pantry containers as it’s a bit of a mess in there right now.

  13. Id label everything but start with all the back to school essentials…. lunchboxes, backpacks, drink bottles, books…. etc!!!

  14. First thing would be to label the kids school books.

  15. I’d label all the click clack containers

  16. I’d label the lunchboxes first… then the rest 🙂

  17. My oldest starts school this year for the first time! Scary but also exciting. Having no knowledge of what goes on at school I think I will be labelling everything! Haha over the top first time school mum!

  18. I would label all the spices and condiments in my pantry, since we often get mixed up! I would start off with the salt and sugar, as my poor father mistakenly added salt instead of sugar into his coffee the other day 🙂

  19. First thing I would label are all the socks we own!!! Everyday my little girls leave to daycare wearing their socks, and come home wearing someone elses!! I’d also probably label Everything else in the house 🙂

  20. I would label the new cat bowl because the old just got broken and had my cats names on it.

  21. I would label the boxes I take camping.

  22. Would label my daughters toy containers

  23. I would label my daughters books

  24. I could get OCD in my pantry labelling my containers.

  25. I’d label all the lunchboxes in the cupboard, so I’d know who’s was what!

  26. I would label all my children’s school things…. stationery, lunch boxes, drink bottles etc.

  27. I would label my daughters hat, couple went missing last year so this would be awesome 🙂

  28. I would label my son’s new stationary for this year and his lunchbox and drink bottle!

  29. The washing hampers with all different things in them cos the family seems to think the floor is the clothes hampers lol

  30. All my Son’s school stuff and the Tupperware we are constantly losing that!!!!

  31. My lunchbox

  32. I would label the kids drawers so when hubby helps with washing (yeah right! 🙂 ) it will be easy to find the clothing’s homes

  33. Items in the freezer

  34. I’d label some of my items I have for sale in my business, then I would label some food containers in our pantry

  35. I would label my kids books, drink bottles, lunch boxes and uniforms etc for this year

  36. I’d love these for using on the kids stationary so is personalized and they know it’s theirs also we’ve got so many herbs and spices in the pantry could use this for so be great all year round.

  37. On the wee ones stationary so it dont go missing love to win yes plz

  38. I would label all my sons school things before he heads back to school

  39. Charmaine Willis-Croft

    The kids lunchboxes firstly

  40. My workshop items

  41. I would label the jars in the pantry

  42. I would label the kid’s school things

  43. Kids lunchboxes and drink bottles

  44. I would label Ll mine and my siblings school equipment (because I have the worst hand writing lol) XD

    Fingers crossed good luck everyone xx

  45. I would label my kids new school items.

  46. I would like to label my daughter’s lunch box and drink bottle first.

  47. Michelle Thinnasagaren

    I would label my toddlers clothing and lunch boxes for school cos things are always getting mixed up and temporary labels keep coming off.

  48. I would label my Tupperware in the pantry

  49. School jersey – as a lost jersey is expensive to replace!

  50. I would label Grace’s new School Bag.

  51. The first I’d label is my daughter’s lovely new school bag!

  52. Be great for naming all the pencils and pens

  53. I would label my kids uniforms first.

  54. Everything I could in my pantry and then uniforms :o)

  55. My sons school uniform. He starts primary school in Feb

  56. The remote control. My boy calls it the Fat Controller so Thats what it would he labeled

  57. My sons brand spanking new uniform. First school uniform so would love to use this instead of a black marker! Then id go nuts on my baking equipment hehe 🙂

  58. would use to label kids clothes and sons school gear

  59. First thing I would label would be my youngest child’s school uniform items. I huge cost for our family throughout the school year was the replacement of jerseys, jackets, socks and sports uniform items that were always ‘lost’ somewhere at school

  60. I would label all the kids school stuff and then begin on labelling everything in the pantry!

  61. I would be labeling all my daughters clothing and school supplies as she starts school in March! Scary for her mummy!!

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