Epson Stylus SX115 All-in-One Printer with Individual Inks Was £69.99 NOW £39.99 With free delivery @ Amazon BACK IN STOCK 11/12/2009 - HotUKDeals
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Excellent all in one printer now reduced.

Cheap Compatable refills available on another website. £9.98 for 12 carts!!


Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features

* Epson Stylus SX115 Multifunctional Printer C11CA46311
Epson Stylus SX115 Multifunctional Machine C11CA46311

* Prints, scans and copies in one compact, multifunctional device
* Save money with individual inks, only replace the colour used
* DURABrite Ultra pigment ink system for market leading flexibility and quality
* 4 colour ink for lab-quality, vibrant borderless photos from 10x15 up to A4 size
* Energy star compliant

Technical Details
Main Specifications

* Product Description: Epson Stylus SX115 - multifunction ( printer / copier / scanner ) ( colour )
* Device Type: Printer / copier / scanner
* Copier Type: Digital
* Dimensions (WxDxH): 43.4 cm x 32.7 cm x 18.5 cm
* Weight: 4.6 kg
* Printing Technology: Ink-jet ( colour )
* Inkjet Technology: Epson Micro Piezo - 4-ink
* Max Printing Speed: Up to 30 ppm (mono) / up to 15 ppm (colour)
* Max Printing Resolution: Up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (mono) / up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (colour)
* Scanning: 600 x 1200 dpi
* Original Size: A4 (210 x 297 mm) (max)
* Media Size: Legal (216 x 356 mm) (max)
* Media Type: Plain paper, photo paper
* Standard Media Capacity: 100 sheets
* PC Connection Availability: Yes
* PC Connection: USB
* Power: AC 230 V
* Microsoft Certification: Compatible with Windows 7
* Environmental Standards: EPA Energy Star
* Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty

Extended Specifications

General

* Width: 43.4 cm
* Depth: 32.7 cm
* Height: 18.5 cm
* Weight: 4.6 kg

Manufacturer Warranty

* Service & Support: 1 year warranty
* Service & Support Details: Limited warranty - 1 year

Miscellaneous

* Consumables Included: 1 x Cartridge ( black ) ¦ 1 x Cartridge ( cyan ) ¦ 1 x Cartridge ( magenta ) ¦ 1 x Cartridge ( yellow )

Power

* Voltage Required: AC 230 V
* Power Consumption Operational: 11 Watt

Environmental Parameters

* Sound Emission: 43 dBA (operating)
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#2
its out of stock
#3
The SX200 has been OOS at Tesco and Argos / Homebase for weeks...

The SX115 is the same price at Comet too, picked one up myself yesterday for the in-laws for Christmas.

12 cartridges (3 full sets) = £8.60 odd on ebay too....

Hot deal from me.
#4
sorry it was in stock when I had a look....did not mean to spam...

I did add the heat....:thumbsup:
#5
You know, people REALLY make my blood boil!! This, for the money, is an excellent machine. It can take compatible inks, so you're not going to get raped by Epson, it's under £40 and it's got an in-built scanner!! But if you read the comments left on the Amazon website you'd think that people had gone out and bought a £400 one.

One guy moaning that it was noisy, one guy saying it was slow for the money and thinks he should have got more prints out of the ink that it came with!! People don't seem to grasp the fact of "You get what you pay for", if you buy a Ford Fiesta, you're not going to get the performance of a Ferrari. £40 is a fantastic price to pay for a printer that you can replenish the inks for a couple of quid.

[COLOR="Red"]HOT FOR ME[/COLOR] now I've had my rant!! :thumbsup:
#6
stefor
You know, people REALLY make my blood boil!! This, for the money, is an excellent machine. It can take compatible inks, so you're not going to get raped by Epson, it's under £40 and it's got an in-built scanner!! But if you read the comments left on the Amazon website you'd think that people had gone out and bought a £400 one.

One guy moaning that it was noisy, one guy saying it was slow for the money and thinks he should have got more prints out of the ink that it came with!! People don't seem to grasp the fact of "You get what you pay for", if you buy a Ford Fiesta, you're not going to get the performance of a Ferrari. £40 is a fantastic price to pay for a printer that you can replenish the inks for a couple of quid.

[COLOR="Red"]HOT FOR ME[/COLOR] now I've had my rant!! :thumbsup:


Looks like ill have to find you a good buy on a heart and blood pressure monitor!! :p

I agree with you as well. I have had epsons for years yet always one person will chirp up and say canon/ brother! is better.... cough
#7
stefor
You know, people REALLY make my blood boil!! This, for the money, is an excellent machine. It can take compatible inks, so you're not going to get raped by Epson, it's under £40 and it's got an in-built scanner!! But if you read the comments left on the Amazon website you'd think that people had gone out and bought a £400 one.

One guy moaning that it was noisy, one guy saying it was slow for the money and thinks he should have got more prints out of the ink that it came with!! People don't seem to grasp the fact of "You get what you pay for", if you buy a Ford Fiesta, you're not going to get the performance of a Ferrari. £40 is a fantastic price to pay for a printer that you can replenish the inks for a couple of quid.

[COLOR="Red"]HOT FOR ME[/COLOR] now I've had my rant!! :thumbsup:


I've had a couple of Epson printers in the past and both have had problems using "compatible" ink. And they are incredibly noisy.

I've got a Brother 135C at present which cost about the same as an Epson, runs fine on compatibles and is substantially quieter. This is an OK deal but nothing special.
#8
Agree that some reviews are a joke... the bloke is obviously printing full A4 photos (since he admits he is a "heavy user" and moans that the speed at high detail for full A4 is slow) but then complains it eats ink... what the funk does he expect printing full A4 prints in high detail....

Was at the parents at the weekend and they have an old Epson R220 still going strong... how I wish they still made those.... been using compats for years with it and checked the print heads (since my parents don't bother with that, just use and forget). All of the print heads were A1 didn't need cleaning or anything....

At the price in the OP, 1 year warranty... if you use it for that year with compats and then throw it away you still save a mint compared to Lexmark, HP etc.
#9
Is this any good for photos say like size 6" x 4" about that size on some good photo paper?
1 Like #10
ive had epsons all in ones for years as well as epson photo printers.

Ive had no problems with either printing 6x4 photos, it does tend to go a bit blurry when printing full a4 compared to a prinicpal epson photo printer but for general usgae it will do the job your asking of it.
1 Like #11
Beware Epson - I have been using compatible inks for around a year on my Epson, went to buy some more and was told that Epson recently sneaked out a system update which altered the driver/printer so that my printer model (DX8400) will no longer accept compatible cartridges. If they can do this for my printer, they can probably do it for others - especially more recent models.

I can see why they are doing this - underpricing the printer and making the money on the cartridges but I'd rather buy a more expensive printer and be able to refill cheaply.

A full set of Epson cartidges is almost the same as the printer cost - I'll be looking for another make of printer soon - any suggestions?

One more rant - if I replaced one colour that had run-out, the subsequent cleaning cycle would then use 10-20% of the ink from the other cartridges. I usually ended up replacing all the cartridges at once - therefore wasting ink! Not very environmentally friendly and very annoying.
#12
lavondys
ive had epsons all in ones for years as well as epson photo printers.

Ive had no problems with either printing 6x4 photos, it does tend to go a bit blurry when printing full a4 compared to a prinicpal epson photo printer but for general usgae it will do the job your asking of it.


Thanks, have some rep
#13
Frank Hovis
Beware Epson - I have been using compatible inks for around a year on my Epson, went to buy some more and was told that Epson recently sneaked out a system update which altered the driver/printer so that my printer model (DX8400) will no longer accept compatible cartridges. If they can do this for my printer, they can probably do it for others - especially more recent models.

I can see why they are doing this - underpricing the printer and making the money on the cartridges but I'd rather buy a more expensive printer and be able to refill cheaply.

A full set of Epson cartidges is almost the same as the printer cost - I'll be looking for another make of printer soon - any suggestions?

One more rant - if I replaced one colour that had run-out, the subsequent cleaning cycle would then use 10-20% of the ink from the other cartridges. I usually ended up replacing all the cartridges at once - therefore wasting ink! Not very environmentally friendly and very annoying.


Probably get away with rolling back the print driver if they have done this.
#14
Just a word of caution I also bought a Epson printer for uni a couple months back and it didn't accept compatible inks and had problems with the genuine epson ink cartridges too sayin they wernt compatible:whistling:
#15
Rens11
Just a word of caution I also bought a Epson printer for uni a couple months back and it didn't accept compatible inks and had problems with the genuine epson ink cartridges too sayin they wernt compatible:whistling:


wouldnt this suggest a problem with the chip recogniser and not the carts?

Most carts have a chip on the front that is read when inserted it contains all the data regarding the cart ie. ink levels.

These chips are prone to chip updates along with new printers, i think im on 8.4rev. Older printers wont recognise the new chips on carts etc.

BUT old chips are still available and are still being made. Maybe thats the problem you found with your compatable carts.
#16
I bought this last week from comet. Cracking printer. Inks supplied dont last too long, probally only 1/4 full to start with.

Im looking for some cheap inks for it now, if anyone could tell me where I can buy them.

Thanks
#17
i've had 2 epson printers and both knacked up with the same problem, print heads drying up and no matter how many times i cleaned them using gallons of ink they just would not clean properly. both got launched. i decided to buy a different make but just before i did, a friend lent me his spare printer as i needed to do some printing, and yes, it was an epson. after 3 days, it knacked up in exactly the same way. i wouldnt have an epson chucked at me for free. you couldn't give me one for nothing now. they are a pile of s**t.
#18
tony_s1
I've had a couple of Epson printers in the past and both have had problems using "compatible" ink. And they are incredibly noisy.

I've got a Brother 135C at present which cost about the same as an Epson, runs fine on compatibles and is substantially quieter. This is an OK deal but nothing special.


We have a brother 135 at the local pre-school the quality is awful the build quality is questionable the print heads don't seal when not in use and it clogs up and it's slow

inkjets are always going to be relatively noisy it's the nature of the beast it's got moving parts lol
#19
Also to add a bit of honesty to the epson debate!

Epson did see fit on most of their models to install a batch counter. This registers every time you clean the heads and fill the ink sponge up with nice ink. Once it reaches a set limit your printer will call up SERVICE on its lcd panel or via the blinking light saga!

It will advise you to send it back to Epson for servicing at cost! DONT.

There is a simple counter reset prgram available for free on the http://www.

There.!

Lav
1 Like #20
nelson
no matter how many times i cleaned them using gallons of ink they just would not clean properly.


The worst thing you can do is clean the print heads loads..... :roll: If you clean them once and it doesn't solve the problem then don't do it 100 times more... the little sponges in the printer will get full of sh1tty ink and make the problem worse....;-)

@ JordieNE - check out ebay... I got 12 for £8.50 odd yesterday.
#21
morpheus

The SX115 is the same price at Comet too, picked one up myself yesterday for the in-laws for Christmas.


Are there any discount codes at comet for this item?
#22
Wouldn't touch another Epson with a bargepole either. Both me and my partner went through 2 similar printers to this one in 6 months. Constant random errors, usually at the worst of times, print heads screwing up despite plenty of use and now one of them started telling me a cart isn't genuine (never had that problem before), now it tells me none of them are. Even genuine ones aren't, apparently.

Never ever again!

Picked up a Brother DCP-135C AIO second hand for £10 on ebay and appears to be doing the job, for now.

Look how far tech's come in the last 10 years, yet printers are still as frustrating as they were since the dawn of time. **** 'em!
#23
3% quidco not sure of the rest.
#24
morpheus
If you clean them once and it doesn't solve the problem then don't do it 100 times more...


So what do you do then? clean them once, it doesn't clean them enough, what then? twice, three times? or just bin the piece of junk.
#25
Epson fior the money are excellent printers.
If you have problems such as the ink counter google ssc service utility and reset the counters, if the print head is dried up use the power clean function.
#26
Is it front loading paper or rear?
#27
loads from the rear top.

thanks for that. just bought 12 inks on ebay delivered at 8.99 :)
#28
nelson
So what do you do then? clean them once, it doesn't clean them enough, what then? twice, three times? or just bin the piece of junk.


I would hazard a guess that epson installed this function so you would use more of your genuine ink!

SSC as said (Wasnt to sure if i could post the name in my previoius post) Hss a few functions.

If the heads are totally dry you might be able to flush them with head flush. I seem to remember that the ink nozzles can clog if your house is very dry or they have not been used for a while.
#29
I think it's time to upgrade my trusty old epson stylus 800
#30
alared
Are there any discount codes at comet for this item?


Don't take this the wrong way mate... genuine help.... on the front page of HUKD there is a search box for voucher codes.... try searching in there.
#31
was just looking for new printer, my lexmark aldi special just developed a paper loading fault!
#32
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#33
Now Gone Back Up To £49.00 + £6.7 9 shipping by Hawkes PC's 123 Third party seller

AMAZON HAVE SOLD OUT

AS ABOVE 1-3 MONTHS.

MUST HAVE BEEN A POPULAR LINK!

EXPIRED.
#34
*ahem* Still available in Comet at this price!!! *ahem*
#35
Try Asda/Walmart too.
#36
morpheus
*ahem* Still available in Comet at this price!!! *ahem*


Title says AMAZON.

Go and start your own thread you thread spammer you .lol :p:p:p
#37
Thankyou!
#38
you could try Argos for the SX200 at £39.14 and reserve and collect, not sure how much stocks about but there was a thread on here a while ago. It also says on the argos site that they may substitute with a SX205, win win. HTH:thumbsup:
#39
zel69
you could try Argos for the SX200 at £39.14 and reserve and collect, not sure how much stocks about but there was a thread on here a while ago. It also says on the argos site that they may substitute with a SX205, win win. HTH:thumbsup:


if they subsitute it with sx205 will they charge the extra? (don't know if sx205 is more expensive)
#40
wazza
if they subsitute it with sx205 will they charge the extra? (don't know if sx205 is more expensive)


No extra charge "You may receive model SX205 as a substitute which is of a higher specification":thumbsup:

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