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Epson Compatiables from 0.10p, HP's from £1.99

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1d, 5m agoFound 1 decade, 5 months ago
MX2 are selling off all their stock of compatiable spectrum cartridges.

This means

Epson C80 - 10p per cartridge
Epson C62 - 25p per cartridge
Epson R200 - 25p per cartridge

There are not many HP's left, but colour 28's - £1.99

The 28's will work in your printer if it takes a HP 57.

Delivery 1.95 regardless of quantity. No returns as they are just selling the stock off.

Lexmark, Canon and Brother are all in there too. You need to scroll down to the bottom of the page and choose your printer.
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#1
Great spot.

But when i try to buy some epson ones ot still charges me £1.29 each any idears.
#2
Bah, I own a R200, which takes 6 cartridges (black and 5 colour) but they don't have all of the 5 colour cartridges in stock. I think mixing cyan spectrum ink with Jettec magenta etc isn't probably a very good idea :(


Great deal though. Reputation to you!
#3
Nick38
Great spot.

But when i try to buy some epson ones ot still charges me £1.29 each any idears.


Hmm, no then! Seems they haven't updated the database in that case. I just saw the prices, ordered a couple of HP's but not epsons.

To the poster above. You don't need to buy a full set, just buy the ones you can. At these prices, would be silly not to. Then you could get the other colours elsewhere when you need them?

It's a case of whats left is what they are offering!
#4
Yeah but I doubt I'll be able to track down spectrums. They don't sound that well known. If I mix inks then all my photos will look rubbish, that's my only concern.

Great deal tho!
#5
Ahh see what you mean. I used to used mixed carts on my R200. Never used a full matching set apart from the original genuine ones. Never had any problems. Not that I am reccomending you go and buy them! Just I never had any probs doing it this way.
#6
seems a bit too good to be true..... sceptical.....hmmmmmmmm......
#7
actually i know the reason why they are selling these cartridges cheap....epson have had a major purge on retailers selling copies of there cartridges and are taking many re-sellers to court...mx2 looks like they have made a decision to off load all of there stock before they get caught out.:wink:
#8
Been a long time since I've seen a link for MX2, but they've been around a while :) Since 1996, so they should be okay...
#9
[COLOR=navy]This is a link to[/COLOR] [COLOR=blue]their clearance inks[/COLOR].
#10
rayman
Been a long time since I've seen a link for MX2, but they've been around a while :) Since 1996, so they should be okay...


So because they have been trading for a while this means they can sell copied versions of epson inks ? I dont doubt for a minute you would get your order and the inks are cheap....but they aint epson
#11
[SIZE=2]I don't think it's illegal to sell them as yet? There are loads of websites selling epson compatibles :)[/SIZE]
#13
rayman
[SIZE=2]I don't think it's illegal to sell them as yet? There are loads of websites selling epson compatibles :)[/SIZE]


A few companies have felt the wrath of epson too rayman....anyone selling them are taking a serious risk at the moment....my suggestion to the consumer is get them while you can
#14
In my experience of compatibles, they've never been as good as the orginals, but of course it's their under pricing that makes them desirable.
#15
rayman
In my experience of compatibles, they've never been as good as the orginals, but of course it's their under pricing that makes them desirable.


its true....i suppose they appeal to the dvd pirates who are mass producing there copied dvd inserts:wink:
#16
Parkroadwest, with all due respect, I don't think you really know what your talking about?

Yes, there was a case with Epson's inks and people copying them, but, these were the exact copies. Jet Tec would have gone under by now if they were illegal, places all over the place are selling them still. Epson patented their design, not different designs of ink tank. Therefore a change in the design is law abiding.

With HP's it's different, their heads are patented, however there is now a company who has got round this by creating a seperate head and ink tank for HP's, the product is called 'Peach'.

Epson will NEVER be able to say that no one is allowed to manufacture something which 'fits' their printer. If epson want it this way, they need to change their printer design. The only way they can do this is by saying that he chip on the cartridge is exactly the same, so companies now need to design their own chips, which is what Jet Tec does along with many others now.

The reason the spectrums are cheap (even though they are still priced wrong it seems according to the database) is that they are selling them off. Old stock, simple as.

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