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Continuous Ink Sysem from £25.45 @ SVP

£25.45 @ SVP
Following on from an earlier post, I thought I bring the CISS system to peoples attention. This is the info from SVP: CISS (Continuous Ink Supply Systems) provide significant cost and time sa…
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Following on from an earlier post, I thought I bring the CISS system to peoples attention. This is the info from SVP:



CISS (Continuous Ink Supply Systems) provide significant cost and time savings to the high volume ink user.

Providing a continuous supply of ink to the printer without the need to replace cartridges, the continuous ink flow system works by using a vacuum seal, preventing leakage and loss of ink supply to the cartridges.

- Does not require the chips to be reset on the cartridge therefore no chip re-setter is required.
- Simple installation

This model includes 6 prefilled ink containers, each containing 80ml of ink (equivalent to about 6 original cartridges per container) - also consider that every time you change a cartridge normally the printer runs a head cleaning process for all the cartridges this uses more ink).

Once you have used the initial supplied dye-based ink the tanks can be easily refilled with the compatible ink. You only need to top up on colours that require it (there is a guide line on the containers to warn you when your ink is running low).

I have one of these systems for my R265, and have printed off well over 200 dvd's and covers, and still have loads of ink left. It is well worth the small outlay on getting one, I really can't stress how much of a saving you'll make on ink! Currently in stock for the Epson R265/R360/RX560/C48/D68/D88, from £25.45 including delivery.
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#1
You can buy refil bottles of ink with the equivalant of 7 cartridges worth of ink for about £1.36 a bottle before delivery!
#2
Where can you get them? For which printers?
#3
boonergooner
Where can you get them? For which printers?

I have one and its mint, i got mine from a seller called 3000rpm on E-bay however i get my ink from SVP.co.uk who as the post shows sells them as well. i usually get a full set of 6inks (each bottle holds 100ml) for just under £6 quid !!!!. I aint looked back since i got mine, brill if you do a lot of photos or cd/dvds like me:thumbsup: . They are mainly for epsons as far as im aware, i run an R220. The main color you will use is black like with any printer so if you are thinking of getting one look out for SVP's next 99p shipping deal then buy that plus a set of ink and maybe 1 extra black???.
Forgot to say that the CISS usually comes loaded with a full set of inks as well(ink shelf life normally about 2yrs)
#4
Forgot to mention that i got mine last year and so far i am on my 2nd or 3rd bottle of black ink. I ordered a new full set with the 2nd black BUT i am still using the last of the original ink that came with it!!!. Got a few mates onto them at work and they are pi**ed that they didnt get them sooner
#5
This looks a good deal but I am a bit confused. Work from home and the black ALWAYS runs out when I am up against a deadline

How do these refils work? are they messy to use? I have an epson DX4200 uses cartridges TO612-14

Who and where can I find SVP please
#6
Ive looked into this and as I understand it, its only good if you continuously print lots, its not good for occasional printing as you will get clogged printer heads. As for being messy, you will get some ink on your when you first install it, but once its up and running you shouldnt have to mess about that much, its just a case of topping up the tanks.

With the price of ink these days, its well worth buying it if you use a lot of ink carts. The price they charge for coloured water is disgusting, all printer manufacturas are turning into lexmark now, a complete rip off. The canon printer we have at home, is £50 for a new set of inks, and when you think you can buy a whole new printer for £50 anyway, or paint a whole room with dulux paint for the same money is disgusting.

If I could use one I'd try it, as if it works for you, the money you would save would be well worth it.
#7
apduk
The canon printer we have at home, is £50 for a new set of inks, and when you think you can buy a whole new printer for £50 anyway, or paint a whole room with dulux paint for the same money is disgusting.



Thats why you see so many brand new printers on ebay with no ink! It works out cheaper to buy a new printer just for the ink and sell the printer on....

I agree, it's a bit of a joke....
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iglimpse
This looks a good deal but I am a bit confused. Work from home and the black ALWAYS runs out when I am up against a deadline

How do these refils work? are they messy to use? I have an epson DX4200 uses cartridges TO612-14

Who and where can I find SVP please

The website is [url]www.svp.co.uk[/url] They are a good company with loads of stuff, i have used them about 2 years or so now. I think that there is a CISS system for the DX series just email them and they will help you out, there is usually customer reviews on the products that they sell as well. It could get a bit messy with the old bottles when refilling but not anymore. Before you had a blunt syringe and would draw the ink into it then empty into the ink tank. Now they have new bottles and all you do is pull the top out (like on a water bottle) and gently squeeze the ink in. They are dummy cartridges as shown in the OP with a run of narrow pipes that come out of your printer and into the ink tanks. easy tp see how much is left so just put some more in when starting to run down, The tank will hold about 100ml of ink per colour so thats plenty in terms of cartridges:thumbsup:
#9
I can vouch for SVP being a great company with excellent service, however these CISS systems are absolute pants I brought one off them and it leaked everywhere also difficult to install. SVP were great about it though and refunded my money. Used the money to buy 2 x JETTEC replica ink cart sets, which in my mind are a much better alternative.
#10
It seems SVP have stopped selling CISS systems altogether that is the link didn't work for me and I couldn't find any on SVP's site when I was looking earlier on (shopping for a new wireless printer and want a CISS from someone I can trust)

Shame as SVP give a very good quality service

NOTE: They still sell high quality CISS accessories (including inc) for really good prices guys so there is a little silver lining at least

Pontiac: I have had that issue in the past setting one of these up for a friend, it happens but I wouldnt say its due to poor build quality, its normally due to not getting things right 1st time round (can be a little messy/fussy on setup) once you get things right its mess free and cheap as hell (just fill the tank never even need to open the printer flap to go near the cartridges)
banned#11
the thread is nearly two years old
#12
sassie;6285269
the thread is nearly two years old


:whistling: Golly gosh....yes it is

I have moved onb and for £40 got a lazer printer...totally fed up with ink jets, refils etc...

Am sure you are thrilled to hear that :w00t:

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