Labels And Tags

Our writeable NCF labels and stickers have a wide range of applications from marketing to security

Our locally available rewritable NFC labels are available via pickup in our Brisbane warehouse or you can order them online through our NFC Store. Our approach to NFC labels is simple. Many people use them for a variety of different reasons so they need to be reliable, readily available and offered in a range of sizes.

What size NFC labels do you offer?

If you’re looking at purchasing bulk NFC labels, we suggest heading over to our NFC Store where you can purchase 27mm and 37mm round and square labels in rolls of 200 or more.

Are your labels for business or personal use?

Both! If you’re a business and need bulk NFC labels we stock a wide range of NFC labels that are sure to suit your requirements and can handle orders into the thousands or tens of thousands depending on the type of style you require.

If you’re looking at only buying a few NFC labels to use in a small business or personally, we suggest taking a look at our sister website EasiWayv where you can purchase an NFC starter kit designed to give you everything you need to start experimenting with NFC.

Our NFC Starter packs include:-

  • 5 x Hotspot 27mm round single labels
  • 5 x Quad 37 mm square labels
  • 1 x NFC Easiwayv Tools app

Are your labels writable and rewritable?

Yes, out NFC labels are writable and rewritable. When you encode your NFC labels (note, you can do this with our NFC Easiwayv Tools app) you have the option of making your NFC labels ‘read only’ so that once they’re written or encoded, they stay that way.

Where can I purchase your NFC labels?

Easy, you can either call us on 1800 077 375 if you would like to talk about bulk orders or custom labels, or you can head over to our NFC Store and purchase from there to have them delivered. Pick up option from our Bowen Hills based warehouse and head office is also available.

Do you bulk encode NFC Labels?

Yes - we understand that encoding thousands of NFC labels by hand is a laborious task, that’s why we built our own bulk NFC encoder to enable us to produce high quality, bulk encoded NFC labels for customers all over Australia.

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