Continuous Ink Supply System for Epson R200 / R300 / RX500 / RX600 £6.99 - £13.98 including delivery - HotUKDeals
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Incredible savings compared to the cost of cartridges!

Pre-filled with the equivalent of over 10 sets of ink cartridges!

No more cartridges to buy ever again!

Never run out of ink at that inconvenient moment!

Ideal for home, office, schools and colleges


The printing revolution starts here with our new amazing Continuous Ink Supply System. The large external ink reservoirs continually feed the cartridges with ink through silicon feed tubes. The cartridges remain in place permanently in your printer and all you have to do is simply top up the external ink reservoirs. Don't leave those digital camera photographs sitting on your computer - get printing!

Does not include syringes.

Epson Stylus Photo R200
Epson Stylus Photo RX500
Epson Stylus Photo RX300
Epson Stylus Photo R340
Epson Stylus Photo R330
Epson Stylus Photo RX600
Epson Stylus Photo R320
Epson Stylus Photo R300M
Epson Stylus Photo R220
Epson Stylus Photo R300
Epson Stylus Photo RX620
Epson Stylus Photo RX320
Epson Stylus Photo RX640
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#1
I bought a printer not to long ago for £100 with one of these systems already linked with it.

It pays for itself very quickly!! No more ink cartridges ever!!
#2
Ive got cis system on my both my printers and they are fantastic...get one
#3
Had one but it got air in one of the tubes which made it unusable. I now use the refillable cartridges where u put the ink directly into them miles better. Wouldn't recommend.
#4
danmc;2269030
Had one but it got air in one of the tubes which made it unusable. I now use the refillable cartridges where u put the ink directly into them miles better. Wouldn't recommend.


Just use a syrnge to push the air out...2 minute job:thumbsup:
#5
I paid over 30 quid for these and saved loads, a real bargain!
#6
Unbelievably Cheap. I think I am going to invest.
#7
falcon65
Just use a syrnge to push the air out...2 minute job:thumbsup:

If it was as easy a fix as that I'd of voted hot:thumbsup:
#8
[SIZE="3"][COLOR="Blue"]Total cost including carriage and VAT = £13.95....still seems a good deal, I've ordered mine.[/COLOR][/SIZE]

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#9
Mine comes to £21.98, am I missing something here? But what a brilliant idea. Do they make the same kind of thing for Lexmark?
#10
maybe im being a twonk here but does it come with the cartridges and the ink as shown, whats the syringes for if its a direct feed?
#11
katya1971
maybe im being a twonk here but does it come with the cartridges and the ink as shown, whats the syringes for if its a direct feed?


To refill the main tanks once they are low.
#12
halina1985;2269671
Mine comes to £21.98, am I missing something here?

Same here :?
#13
For those getting the higher price, you've clicked on the wrong item. There are two kits for this range of Epson printers but one is more expensive.

Direct link for the £6.99 (not inc del) one...

http://www.burn-media.co.uk/great_value_Continuous-Ink-Supply-System-for-Epson-R200---R300---RX500---RX600-pr-152051-c-2395-p-1.html
#14
halina1985
Mine comes to £21.98, am I missing something here?

Seem to offer two versions for this printer, and not immediately obvious what the difference is except the price:
£6.99 + p&p
£13.99 + p&p
#15
i've bought two systems for my printer and both did not work properly =( waste of £30.
#16
forbidden... they have stop access!?!?
#17
Don't buy it!

I used it before and it was just ****!!!
#18
Don't have an Epson :( I'm out.
#19
ive been using one of these for nearly 3 years now, i print out a massive amount daily and this is the biggest money saver imaginable. Before i used to have to change printer carts twice a week now with this its every few months, refill ink is insanely cheap.

Some people do experience problems, but usually its of the air bubble kind and with a bit of thought can be sorted out in a few minutes.

Highly Recommended
#20
Where do you get your replacement ink from Aki ?
#21
You can buy non-branded cartridges dirt cheap for these models anyway (try UKDVD-R). Unless your printing absolutely loads I wouldn't bother, too much hassle.
#22
Looks like a bargain. Is there anything similar for the Epson DX7450?
#23
Is it just me or is their website running at roughly glacier speed?
#24
Problematic, usually associated with air. Getting rid of the air is a bit of a black art. Leads to a loss of a lot of paper and if you are using photo type paper, can be expensive. Mine worked fine for 6 months then i changed to refillable carts. You cannot beat the cheap replacement carts, so much less hassle. At 6.99 though it is a bit of a steal
#25
These are a waste of money and never work properly.

Voted cold.
#26
forcedv
Where do you get your replacement ink from Aki ?


I usually get my ink from SVP

http://svp.co.uk/category/epson_ink
#27
talkshop
These are a waste of money and never work properly.

Voted cold.


Utter rubbish!!!
Don't blame a product for your own incompetence!!

Been using CISS on 5 different computers (Dye & pigment based ones) and never had a problem!
banned#28
Will it fit the R360 ?
#29
Anyone had experience with blocked epson printer heads? The inbuilt mechanism to clean them is a bit rubbish, anyone got any tips?
#30
Bigpockets have an offer on atm the 6 ink refills for the R350 are £5 a set
#31
R360 sorry
#32
That site is very slow, or is it just me?:whistling:
#33
Bought a CIS for a diferent Epson than listed and it saved loads of money but at the cost of print quality. Dont expect the quality of prints to stay anywhere near the same as genuine Epson ones. We also used more ink (had to go on best quality setting) to get acceptable results so not quite as cheap as it should be.

Colours considerably less saturated and in some cases completely different. Blacks are more like greys and text isnt anywhere near as crisp. Even on quality paper it looked bad. If you're not worried about quality .i.e. you just print a few documents here and there it mght be OK but you get what you pay for.

You will also invalidate your printer warranty so I'm told, by a friend who's a commercial printer, but as Epsons are usually pretty cheap I wouldnt worry too much about that.
#34
any one no any sites where you can get a cheap epson printer from
banned#35
Leftfield
Utter rubbish!!!
Don't blame a product for your own incompetence!!

Been using CISS on 5 different computers (Dye & pigment based ones) and never had a problem!


Hardly think that his own opinion of a product is an excuse to say what he says is rubbish or for a personal attack by calling him incompetent.

I too have used CISS on an R200 and R300 and I always seem to have problems with the black cartridge. Both talkshop and I are not incompetent, were just part of a lot of people that have no luck with CISS systems working properly, have a peek on google, you'll find a lot of 'incompetent' people with the same problems.

Just to let you know, us incompetent people use the CISS system on our printers, not our computers.
#36
I have a CIS system on my R200 and have only just refilled it after about 2 yrs of first purchasing (And I used to print lots of A4 sized pictures).

I would now always buy a printer that I knew had a CIS System available.. such a money saving idea!
#37
use a ciss on my r300, payed £19.99 delivered from a trader on ebay

very very good, worth the £20 for sure

a little bit messy to set up, mine was set up in 10mins,
#38
Like I said earlier ive used ciss sytem on a R200 and my Epson dx9400f, the dx9400f system came empty and i did have a slight issue filling it up but once setup they have worked fine for me,you can buy a litre of any colour ink for about a tenner per litre
#39
These systems can work, but it helps if you print a lot. The longer you go between printing, the more likely you are to get an air lock.
#40
What the hell. Ordered inspite of some of the negative comments. For 13 quid you can'y really go wrong:thumbsup:

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