If you're spending the beginning of the year organizing (or even if you aren't), a label maker is a hugely useful tool. I bought one years ago (more expensively than this) and I can't tell you how many times it has come in handy.
Printed labels add a level of readability and functionality to whatever organizing project you're working on. I've used mine for filing projects, spice labels, labeling water bottles and other school- or camp-bound gear, and a million other things.
Today, in the Amazon Gold Box, the Brother Personal Labeler (formerly the P-Touch) is 52% off ($14.99). I've never seen this model available for under $25, and it has several features my little Dymo doesn't.
Is anyone else as big a fan of label makers as I am? How do you use yours?
At Amazon: Brother Personal Labeler (PT90), $14.99
Discount good until January 26, 2013, unless they run out sooner.
UPDATE 1/25/13: Looks like the Gold Box got bought out quickly…the discount has expired.
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