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Epson PX710W wireless all in one printer £140.62 inc. 3% Quidco + £5 off + Collect from store @ Tesco Direct

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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Price is £179.99 to £207.00 on other sites such as Play.com and Amazon.

£5 off automatically applied at checkout for £50 spend
3% Quidco or TopCashback
Collect from Tesco stores local to your home address
+ 298 Clubcard Points

The whole family has the freedom to print Hi-Definition photos and documents from anywhere in the home with this wireless all-in-one. Its glossy photos exceed lab-quality and fast printing speeds mean you can print a 10x15 cm photo in approximately 10 seconds

It is discreet and compact too, standing at only 150 mm tall. The hidden paper trays are ideal for storing A4 and photo-size paper simultaneously, so you don't need to change paper each time you swap between photo and document printing.

This is the perfect partner for your digital camera, with a 6.3 cm LCD viewer for direct photo printing from cameras and memory cards. You can even personalise your discs by printing directly onto suitable CDs/DVDs. And you save money with individual inks, as you only need to replace the colour used

Printing Method: 6-colour inkjet photo printer, Epson Micro Piezo print head
Print Resolution: Up to 5760 x 1440 optimised dpi on suitable media using RPM (Resolution Performance Management)
Nozzle Configuration: 180 nozzles black / 180 nozzles each colour (cyan, magenta, yellow, light cyan, light magenta)
Droplet Size: 1.5 pl (minimum) with Advanced Variable-sized Droplet Technology
Ink System: Epson Claria Photographic Ink
Print Speed Black Text A4: Up to 40 ppm
Printer Interface: USB: Hi-Speed USB -compatible with USB 2.0 specification,Wireless - Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b/g - compatible with 802.11n*4,Ethernet: Wired LAN IEEE 802.3 (100 Base-TX, 10 Base-T),Wireless security: WEP - 64bit, WEP - 128bit, WPA - PSK (TKIP) - compliant with WPA2,WPA - PSK (AES) - compliant with WPA2
Print Speed Photo 10x15: Approx. 10 secs
Print Speed Colour Text A4: Up to 40 ppm
Scan Speed Black A4: 300 dpi 1.1 msec/line, 600 dpi 1.6 msec/line
Scan Speed Colour A4: 300 dpi 2.5 msec/line, 600 dpi 4.7 msec/line
Scanning Technology: A4 flatbed colour image scanner
Sensor Type: CIS
Scan Resolution: 2400x4800 dpi
Paper Capacity: Main tray:
Paper Trays: 2
Media Size: A4, A5, A6, B5, 10x15 cm, 13x18 cm, 16:9 wide size, Letter, Legal, 9x13 cm, 13x20 cm, 20x25 cm, 100x148 mm, User Defined, Envelopes: No.10, DL, C6,Printable CD/DVD: 8 cm, 12 cm
Operating Systems: Windows 2000/XP/XP-x64/Vista/7, Mac OS 10.3.9 or later
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#1
Direct link http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.206-0831.aspx

It is the cheapest, I had a good old Google. So not sure why it's been voted cold. Damn good printer too.

I'll add my 9 degrees worth to warm it up a little.
#2
A joke! Why this is cold I dont know.

Please anyone beat this deal and just the cold votes! Also, if your gonna vote cold, leaving a comment would be nice!
#3
hmmm looking for one with fax. and i think people vote cold because they can find similiar ones with fax for this price range?
#4
This deal should be judged on the item in question, which does not promise to provide Fax facilities.

I think people completely misunderstand what they should be voting the deal on! Everyone has their own expectations of a product. If this isnt the one for you, move along and dont vote!

I think I'll letch from now on and not post anymore deals!
#5
satnamd
This deal should be judged on the item in question, which does not promise to provide Fax facilities.

I think people completely misunderstand what they should be voting the deal on! Everyone has their own expectations of a product. If this isnt the one for you, move along and dont vote!

I think I'll letch from now on and not post anymore deals!



Looks good to me. I'm in the market for this particular model, and I can't find it any cheaper.

But you'll find that Epson have recently dropped the price of this, so Amazon are showing it at £149.99. But they don't have Quidco and the £5 off.

So voted hot from me!
#6
satnamd
This deal should be judged on the item in question, which does not promise to provide Fax facilities.

I think people completely misunderstand what they should be voting the deal on! Everyone has their own expectations of a product. If this isnt the one for you, move along and dont vote!

I think I'll letch from now on and not post anymore deals!


Don't take it personally, HUKD is no longer a site where a deal is voted hot purely on the fact something is a great price, and hasn't been for a long while now. You now have to post a popular item and at a great price to get some heat. However don't worry those in the know will thank you and rep you all the same, and if your posting of deals helps a handful of people save a few quid then it will always be worthwhile. For what it's worth heat and rep added. :thumbsup:
#7
currently out of stock at TESCO..........but it is a good deal.
#8
Back in stock
#9
Hi all,

As this contributor states, the Epson PX710W truly is a great Multifunctional printer but :-

I bet nobody realized that Epson brought this model out as a re-fresh model to the previous highly acclaimed PX700W model and that there is absolutelyNO difference at all between the 2 models.

Being rather puzzled why they had brought out the refresh model at £199.95,a whopping £50 more than the previous model i started asking Epson some awkward questions and put them right on the spot.Without going into too much detail,i can inform everyone that Epson IMMEDIATELY dropped their price to £149.99.I then contacted other on-line suppliers to tell them about the Epson price-drop and a lot of them responded positively by dropping their prices to a few pence under £150.

I wonder how many other companies do the same thing to Con consumers !!!---keep your eyes peeled and report on this site if you spot a similar scam.

What I can tell everyone is this;--------prices will continue to drop everywhere on the run-up to xmas except by Epson themselves who will maintain the £149.99 price tag, and because a glut of the printers are expected in the shops and online before xmas i can safely predict another price drop with online suppliers such as Amazon etc. to under the £130 mark immediately after Xmas.

The following online shops sell at a few pence below £150 and ALL give FREE delivery:-
Epson
John Lewis
Tesco
Amazon
PC World
Comet
Dixons
Currys

Happy Shopping.

:thumbsup::whistling:
#10
thebrigadier
Hi all,

As this contributor states, the Epson PX710W truly is a great Multifunctional printer but :-

I bet nobody realized that Epson brought this model out as a re-fresh model to the previous highly acclaimed PX700W model and [COLOR="Red"]that there is absolutelyNO difference at all between the 2 models.[/COLOR]

Being rather puzzled why they had brought out the refresh model at £199.95,a whopping £50 more than the previous model i started asking Epson some awkward questions and put them right on the spot.Without going into too much detail,i can inform everyone that Epson IMMEDIATELY dropped their price to £149.99.I then contacted other on-line suppliers to tell them about the Epson price-drop and a lot of them responded positively by dropping their prices to a few pence under £150.

I wonder how many other companies do the same thing to Con consumers !!!---keep your eyes peeled and report on this site if you spot a similar scam.

What I can tell everyone is this;--------prices will continue to drop everywhere on the run-up to xmas except by Epson themselves who will maintain the £149.99 price tag, and because a glut of the printers are expected in the shops and online before xmas i can safely predict another price drop with online suppliers such as Amazon etc. to under the £130 mark immediately after Xmas.

The following online shops sell at a few pence below £150 and ALL give FREE delivery:-
Epson
John Lewis
Tesco
Amazon
PC World
Comet
Dixons
Currys

Happy Shopping.

:thumbsup::whistling:


I have this printer (710W) and there is at least one difference between the two models.

Quote from an Epson techie:

Agent (Nathan Garbett): "Ok, the PX710W is a refresh model of this, this includes a new feature of being able to initialise a scan from the printer via wifi, the PX700W will only do this when connected via USB."

From the amazon user reviews for the 700W:

"I managed to get it to print OK over the network, but couldn't scan to the PC without using a USB cable (not provided)."

"4. To the person that was having trouble scanning- If you try to scan to pc using the printer control panel then it asks for a cable. But if you use the "Epson Scan" program on the pc then it'll work wirelessly. Hope that made sense."


Note: the 710W does come with a USB cable in the box. So at least two differences!


I'm chuffed with mine, faultless printing so far.
#11
All i can say in reply to Mangakat is,Epson did quote me differences between the 2 models,but on closer inspection i was able to determine that what they had told me was not correct,i pointed this out to Epson and also pointed out that there was absolutely NO DIFFERENCE WHATSOEVER between the PX700w and the so-called refreshed PX710W.Epson could offer no further explanation and IMMEDIATELY dropped the price of the PX710W by £50.

Re. [COLOR="Red"]Agent (Nathan Garbett)[/COLOR] Take what he says with a pinch of salt,I have gone through it all with Epson.

Regarding the inclusion of a USB cable with the PX710W.This cable should have been included with the PX700W model and most suppliers gave it free with the purchase.

That's it in a nutshell.

What i do heartily agree on is,either printers,the PX700W or the PX710W are outstanding printers and that the photo prints are exceptional.

TIP ! As everyone is aware,printer manufacturers inks are outrageously expensive,my personal favourite compatible ink is Print-Rite.
#12
So this is a good printer?

Does anyone know if there is a CISS for it?
#13
Sheepdisease
So this is a good printer?

Does anyone know if there is a CISS for it?


Yep, chuffed with it (so far).

There are various CIS's on ebay. I've gone for the re-fillable cartridge type. Haven't used it yet, so can't comment on it.
#14
Hello MangaKat, I suppose all is good with this printer and offer. Purchases from Tesco are easily returned, without having to rely on the postal system.

Is there a particular reason you went for the re-fillable cartidge type, also, how good/reliable are they? Do they get good reviews?

Also, this printer is not in stock from the website, that means if I visit the store they will not have it in stock either? I wonder how long it will be before more come into stock. I'm getting a bit impatient, but I want the tesco clubcard points and peace of mind, safe in the knowledge that if I have any problems I will easily be able to return the printer.
#15
Sheepdisease
Hello MangaKat, I suppose all is good with this printer and offer. Purchases from Tesco are easily returned, without having to rely on the postal system.

Is there a particular reason you went for the re-fillable cartidge type, also, how good/reliable are they? Do they get good reviews?



Well I got mine from PC World, so even easier to return! £149.99 though.

Went for the refillable cartridge as I didn't fancy having external bottles, plus I don't do that much printing. Don't know what they're like but I know someone who has a similar system, working fine.
#16
Hello again mangaKat,

did you get the refillable catridges from PC World at the same time? PC World are good with returns?
#17
Sheepdisease
Hello again mangaKat,

did you get the refillable catridges from PC World at the same time? PC World are good with returns?



No, got them from ebay, £29.99 for the carts and ink. and syringes. Although the syringes aren't required with the bottles they sent me. They have pointy fillers built in.

Yeh, I've found PC World are OK with returns.
#18
Ah, can you please note the name of the seller or provide a link?

I've gone with PC World, had to order it online though unfortunately as they have none in stock. Can you think of any way I can please my girlfriend about me forking out £150 for a printer?
#19
mangaKat, please respond!
#20
Sheepdisease
mangaKat, please respond!


lol

Go to ebay and type Epson PX710W, that'll show you the carts and the externals.
#21
Yes, I have already done that. I want to get the same product that you have, to reduce the possibility of problems.

So what is the link to the seller?
#22
Sheepdisease
Yes, I have already done that. I want to get the same product that you have, to reduce the possibility of problems.

So what is the link to the seller?


Can't post the link as for some reason this site stars out the ebay bit, but here's the item number.

250533565556

As I said, haven't used it yet, so don't blame me if there are problems!
#23
Sheepdisease
So this is a good printer?

Does anyone know if there is a CISS for it?


Hi,

I bought the CIS CISS CONTINUOUS INK SYSTEM FOR EPSON PX710W off ebay and can confirm that the photo print results are outstanding,I was unable to spot any significant difference with the Epson original inks.

The current selling price is £49.95 and IMHO is well worth the money,the 6 tanks each hold 100ml of ink.

Hope this helps
:)
#24
Hello mangaKat and thebrigadier!

mK: I have contacted the seller to ask him about feedback for the item
thebrigadier: that sounds like a pretty hefty price tag to me.
#25
Strange, it seems the model provided by PC World is different: PX710FW. Anyone got any ideas what the addition 'F' stands for? Does anyone know if any refill kits/ciss systsems designed for the PX700W would be compatible with this printer?

Also, anyone got any thoughts on this kit: http://www.continuous-ink-systems.co.uk/p425/Epson-PX710W-AB-Refillable-Printer-Cartridge-Pack/product_info.html?osCsid=f9773e38d4f33f8563a2c7921eaca4c0 ?
#26
Sheepdisease
Strange, it seems the model provided by PC World is different: PX710FW. Anyone got any ideas what the addition 'F' stands for? Does anyone know if any refill kits/ciss systsems designed for the PX700W would be compatible with this printer?

Also, anyone got any thoughts on this kit: http://www.continuous-ink-systems.co.uk/p425/Epson-PX710W-AB-Refillable-Printer-Cartridge-Pack/product_info.html?osCsid=f9773e38d4f33f8563a2c7921eaca4c0 ?


At the time of this post, there is no 710FW. F stands for fax, which you get in the Epson PX810FW. If PC World are showing FW for the 710 model, it's a typo.
#27
Hello mangaKat, thank you for clarifying this.

Any thoughts on that kit I linked?
#28
Sheepdisease
Hello mangaKat, thank you for clarifying this.

[COLOR="Red"]Any thoughts on that kit I linked[/COLOR]?


Yeh, mainly..."how much!?!"

£61 vs £30 for the one I bought.
Main difference is you can run them on empty to save ink when cleaning the ink heads. Well with ink at £1.49 per 100ML, this isn't a concern for me.

And the £31 difference will buy a LOT of ink!
#29
Have you started using the kit yet? I am desperate to know how well it works.

You are right that it seems excessive, I'm just looking for reliability - would love the opinion of someone actually using a refillable ink system other than a CISS tank.
#30
Sheepdisease
Have you started using the kit yet? I am desperate to know how well it works.

You are right that it seems excessive, I'm just looking for reliability - would love the opinion of someone actually using a refillable ink system other than a CISS tank.


Not yet, but about to, my black is running out.

I recommended one of these internal cart systems to my brother 12 months ago (for a different Epson), haven't heard any complaints from him.
#31
I think I will get mine from the same seller, what have you done for ink, who have you selected (at least in your mind) to provide ink refills in the future?
#32
Sheepdisease
I think I will get mine from the same seller, [COLOR="Red"]what have you done for ink[/COLOR], who have you selected (at least in your mind) to provide ink refills in the future?


Well it comes with 6 x 100ML of ink, so haven't had to do anything yet.

http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/cat.php?search=Continous+Ink+Bottles&nav=8 is where I'll be getting my next ink.
#33
Great, those prices look fantastic. Can you work out what the cost would be per sheet using this system?
#34
Sheepdisease
Great, those prices look fantastic. Can you work out what the cost would be per sheet using this system?


Have no idea, but it's gotta be just a couple of pennies or less per page, dependant on what you're printing, of course.
#35
Yeah, makes me wonder how these printer companies get away with charging so much! If everyone had something like these refillable catridges, many more people would print photos than do at present.

Hopefully going to save me so much money on my assignments!
#36
Sheepdisease
Hello mangaKat and thebrigadier!

mK: I have contacted the seller to ask him about feedback for the item
thebrigadier: that sounds like a pretty hefty price tag to me.



Hi Sheepdisease,

The CISS system that I bought may sound a hefty price but the 27 photo's that i have printed to date are excellent in colour reproduction and are comparable to the Epson original ink. They work out at about 62 pence per cartridge as opposed to the £9.99 for the original Epson ink cartridge. ( equivalent to 40 pence a cartridge according to the advert ),(I think they are wrong)

The CISS ink i bought off ebay is PRO CIS from 2005 imports,they will send you 2 prints FOC for you to compare with the original Epson ink.

There is another compatible CISS on ebay which is only £34.95,if anyone has tried that out then please let us know what the colour reproduction is like.

The PX710W is £145.44 inclusive of postage from B4Udirect.com.

Wait until after Xmas and I still predict the price of this printer will drop below £130.
#37
mangaKat
Well it comes with 6 x 100ML of ink, so haven't had to do anything yet.

http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/cat.php?search=Continous+Ink+Bottles&nav=8 is where I'll be getting my next ink.



Hi Mangakat,

Let us all know what results you achieve with this ink because it has got to be the cheapest ink around and it would seem to be an ideal replacement ink to replenish my CISS system when it runs out.It would probably work out at less than 5p for an A4 colour print.
#38
Hey, have you started using it yet? I don't know how, it was supposed to come with instructions but didn't. I don't know which hole to insert the needle into.
#39
Sheepdisease
Hey, have you started using it yet? I don't know how, it was supposed to come with instructions but didn't. I don't know which hole to insert the needle into.


Did you buy the same carts as me? If you did, you open both bungs, fill up to 85% through the hole with the coloured bung, then replace with coloured bung only. Leave the other one open (air hole).

And no, the black is still holding out, haven't used them yet.
#40
thebrigadier;6842553
All i can say in reply to Mangakat is,Epson did quote me differences between the 2 models,but on closer inspection i was able to determine that what they had told me was not correct,i pointed this out to Epson and also pointed out that there was absolutely NO DIFFERENCE WHATSOEVER between the PX700w and the so-called refreshed PX710W.Epson could offer no further explanation and IMMEDIATELY dropped the price of the PX710W by £50.

Re. [COLOR=Red]Agent (Nathan Garbett)[/COLOR] Take what he says with a pinch of salt,I have gone through it all with Epson.

Regarding the inclusion of a USB cable with the PX710W.This cable should have been included with the PX700W model and most suppliers gave it free with the purchase.

That's it in a nutshell.

What i do heartily agree on is,either printers,the PX700W or the PX710W are outstanding printers and that the photo prints are exceptional.

TIP ! As everyone is aware,printer manufacturers inks are outrageously expensive,my personal favourite compatible ink is Print-Rite.


No, you were advised correctly - yes, the PX710W is a refresh model but it does have a new feature which allows you to initiate a scan over a wired/wireless network using the 'push-scan'/'Scan to PC' button on the printer control panel - this means you do not have to initiate the scan from the software on the computer and allows you to select a computer on the network. The PX700W had a 'Scan to PC' button but this allowed you to initiate a scan to the computer that it was connected to via USB only and not a network computer. You can scan over a network using the scanning software (Epson Scan) with the PX700W as you can with the PX710W (as long as you have set it up correctly) but the notable difference is the ability to scan automatically over a network by pressing a button on the unit itself.

The included USB cable is necessary as part of the network setup when using the installer on the CD. The previous model was set up using an included Ethernet cable. Most printers do not come with a USB cable for various reasons e.g. not necessary to use the printer if it can be used for standalone printing (e.g. memory card slots), if networkable (wired Ethernet/wireless), nowadays most computer users have a USB cable from a previous printer or scanner, it would increase the price of the printer, retailers selling the printer prefer to offer USB cables as part of their own up-sell campaigns (although they sometimes bundle them in as an offer). When I shopped for my printer, I went into several stores (WH Smith, Currys, Comet, ASDA etc.) and not one of the different brands of printer included a USB cable, so off I popped to Wilko's to snap one up for £3.

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