A: it seems that this is pretty much the going price..I checked several sites and they are all in the $40.00 price range. Some are a little less and some are a little more but this seems to be the norm........
A: Yeah unfortunately i haven't found it cheaper.
A: I agree, and yes!
A: No I would not recommend on tools or work benches due to the size of the labels.
A: I would be skeptical of putting this on tool handles. Its purpose is to mark wire and cable, things that are not handled on a routine basis. I don't think it would meet your expectations.
A: As long as the tape wouldn't be in direct contact with hands which could rub the tape off, I don't see why not. It really depends on where you plan to label the tools, and how much wear/abrasion they will get in that location. As with anything adhesive, it can pull free over time if subjected to lots of wear.
A: I would not use this for tools or label lab benches. The numbers are not large or durable enough for these applications.
A: Not knowing what type of tools you are referring to, it is hard to give a positive yes or no. If it for tools like a hammer or wrenches that would be used all day everyday I would say no....however if you placed the marker in a spot that was not prone to wear, it just might work. I think the adhesive would hold but not sure how the ink would hold up with a lot of rubbing.
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