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Old 06-11-17, 09:26
Cantrel Cantrel is offline
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Many thanks for your replies Cantrel that link you gave look interesting.
Thanks to all once again.
Diolch
I checked the price for mine yesterday and found I can get a full pack for 8.99 delivery free.

That's for the Epson Stylus SX425W.
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Old 06-11-17, 09:44
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And when you look at the price of that printer, around 35, and the price of the Epson carts for that printer, around 35. That just goes to show how the printer companies are, how shall I put this, "taking advantage" lets say. Whilst I know that printer manufacturers don't make money selling printers, in spite of the purposely built in shutdown systems, the cost of their cartridges is idiotic. I will do my utmost to circumvent that cost whilst manufacturers continue to "take advantage" of consumers.

That's all folks I'm outta here.
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Old 06-11-17, 09:45
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AND Will somebody PLEASE sort this board or the servers out. It is ridiculous to have to wait half a minute to post a reply.
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Old 06-11-17, 10:11
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For my Epson Stylus Photo P50 I buy inks from Badger Inks and save lots of money.
Epson keeps popping up messages saying that an unrecognised cartridge has been detected - then I have to go through the replacing cartridge procedure (without actually replacing the cartridge) and then printing proceeds as normal.
These messages could dissuade me from getting my next printer from Epson, but are all printer manufacturers doing this?

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Old 06-11-17, 10:34
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For my Epson Stylus Photo P50 I buy inks from Badger Inks and save lots of money.
Epson keeps popping up messages saying that an unrecognised cartridge has been detected - then I have to go through the replacing cartridge procedure (without actually replacing the cartridge) and then printing proceeds as normal.
These messages could dissuade me from getting my next printer from Epson, but are all printer manufacturers doing this?

P.S. This reply took ages to appear.
It must be great to have your own ink producing coy

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