Toughtags are perfect for labelling all your camera equipment. The Tags will help you keep track of all your kit and allow it to be returned to you if it gets lost, left lying around or borrowed! If you’re on site, in the studio or working as part of a team in remote locations use Toughtags to ensure that your kit is easy to identify and can be returned to you.
Toughtags for all kinds of camera equipment
Greg is one our mountaineering clients and says:
‘I bought loads of Toughtags for my climbing gear, and then realised they are amazing to mark up camera gear. They stick on super well. I’m very impressed with them and you’ll have enough for every: lens, lens cap, body, flash, flash controller, flash modifier, charger, drone battery, strap, tripod, water bottle and whatever else you can think of!’
Thanks for the endorsement Greg and thanks also for the photo. Please note that Greg has deliberately edited this photo to blur some of his personal contact information.
What size works best ?
Most people use small Tags as stickers including on camera equipment. Text is best centred.
We sell Toughtags by the sheet and minimum order is 2 sheets. We print 66 Short Tags, 44 Standard Tags or 22 Long Tags to a sheet.
Can I add a logo or QR code?
Yes, no problem at all. We only print in black ink so we will need a black and white copy of any logo / image.
Some of our clients use QR codes to help manage their assets. We can make and print QR codes onto Toughtags for you.
Neither of these options are available from our standard shopping cart so if you require either of these options then just send us an e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Will they work outside?
Yes. Toughtags were originally created to work on climbing and mountaineering gear and work well outside. Clients have used them outside in conditions ranging from extreme cold to extreme hot and from extreme dry to extreme wet and just about everything in between. We expect them to work well for you wherever you need to use them.
Are they tamper-proof ?
Toughtags are tough, weatherproof and very durable. They are difficult to remove but can eventually be removed for example with a knife and a bit of hard work.