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Compared to Tagging Guns, a Stitch Only Wastes Time

Small shops can be charming, especially those in the country.  They’re often filled with antiques like rusted signs, corroded bells, or porcelain dolls.  They may even have a clerk behind the desk that knows everything that can possibly be known about the nearest town.  More often than not, the items they sell also have price tags that have been stitched on by hand.  That nice clerk behind the desk probably did them all and, no doubt, they didn’t mind it, but they’ve also probably only had to deal with four customers all day.  What if they had to deal with a hundred and, on top of that, saw all the goods in their store turn over every three weeks?

They couldn’t handle it.  They probably couldn’t even handle it if a second person was helping them run the shop.  How, then, could clerks in a busy Chicago-area boutique, jewelry store, or other purveyor of fine goods keep up with tagging if they had to apply each and every price tag by hand?  They couldn’t, which is exactly why every store that sees even a moderate level of business needs tagging guns.

Such tools make placing tags on loose items, like clothing, easy.  They simply use a plastic barb to attach a tag to its associated item.  Using them is also simple.  The two models we carry, the Red Arrow YH-11 and the Tachit 2, work exactly like water pistols.  They make tagging a simple ‘point and squeeze’ experience any high schooler on summer break can master with one try.  For any shop that’s starting to see more sales they’re an essential time-saving tool.

If a business already uses tagging guns, however, it may be interested in buying more as it expands its workforce and inventory.  We’re happy to supply such an enterprise with these and other basic supplies, such as labelers, plastic bags, and other forms of packaging.