Epson Stylus SX215 All-in-One Printer (Individual Inks, 3.8cm LCD Viewer, Memory Card Slot) from Amazon for £39.99 delivered. - HotUKDeals
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* High-quality all-in-one for printing, scanning and copying all your documents and photos
* Save money with individual ink cartridges only replace the colour used
* View and print photos directly from your memory card using the 1.5 (3.8 cm) LCD viewer
* Epson DURABrite Ultra Ink prints high-quality documents and lab-quality photos
* Remove red-eye with Epson Easy Photo Print

* Product Description: Epson Stylus SX215 - multifunction ( printer / copier / scanner ) ( colour )
* Device Type: Printer / copier / scanner
* Copier Type: Digital
* Dimensions (WxDxH): 45 cm x 34.2 cm x 18.2 cm
* Weight: 5.7 kg
* Printing Technology: Ink-jet ( colour )
* Inkjet Technology: Epson Micro Piezo - 4-ink
* Max Printing Speed: Up to 32 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: 1200 x 2400 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: 120 sheets
* PC Connection Availability: Yes
* PC Connection: Hi-Speed 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: 45 cm
* Depth: 34.2 cm
* Height: 18.2 cm
* Weight: 5.7 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

Environmental Parameters

* Sound Emission: 37.7 dBA (operating)
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41OJhP22EVL._AA280_.jpg

Good price! and cheap inks too!

HOT! :thumbsup:
#2
is this wireless?
#3
skusey
is this wireless?


No. This is not wireless. SX515 is.
#4
Wireless version from Comet is £63 delivered at the moment using the 10% off discount code posted.
#5
remember you dont get the usb to connect to your computer , i got my sx415 from asda and got home to find its not supplied so ordered one up from the web. Its a usb a to usb b if that helps. Good price though
#6
skusey
is this wireless?


There is one wireless version in Amazon for £42.68. (HP Deskjet F4580 All-in-One Printer).

http://img704.imageshack.us/img704/3791/sx215.jpg
banned#7
Thnx !

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#8
Mine came with a usb cable
#9
This is in Asda for £35 saw it about 6 hours ago in boldon asda near Gods country of Sunderland :-D
#10
Already posted this but @ £42.95. Good deal now.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/583131/epson-stylus-sx215-all-in-one-print
#11
fantastic buy, usually £60

bought one for my missus last month, cracking printer
#12
solidamber
Mine came with a usb cable


FInd that hard to beleive, where did you buy from? Not amazon
1 Like #13
If your happy paying for the genuine four different inks then these sort of printers are fine. But I've had problems with Epson before, they won't run without all inks, even if you just wan't to print in black. Also mine after a while never took re-fills or non-original inks. Suppose its a good deal for the printer, but if your a student like me or are a bit short on $ then consider this a big no-no, the low price of the printer will be irrelevant when your spending £20+ a time on the inks
#14
I have a lesser model and really like it for an all in one find the brand good and yeh the inks are expensive but they last ages imo and not as expensive as some of the others out there. Plus i buy them in Boots so i get advantage card points....as tesco says " every little helps " :P
#15
Firemountain
I have a lesser model and really like it for an all in one find the brand good and yeh the inks are expensive but they last ages imo and not as expensive as some of the others out there. Plus i buy them in Boots so i get advantage card points....as tesco says " every little helps " :P


Not the case IMO, Epson cartridges are tiny and in my experience hardly last any time whatsoever. I sold my Epson on eBay after realising how naff it was and after it rejected reman's. I've got a basic hp deskjet now and for the same amount of printing for lecture notes etc, they must last me at least 3x as long (HP21).

EDIT: Oh yeh, plus even if you don't use the colour, it uses some to prime the printerheads every time you turn it on, so they go reasonably quickly even if you don't use them

Customer service with Epson is horrid as well. I queried about not being able to use the printer without all the inks and the guy on the phone acted like it was my fault that I couldn't afford the inks! I'm not buying colour ink if i don't need it.
#16
looking for something similar but with CD printing tray..any sugestions?
scanner not really necessary but wifi would be useful
#17
This printer takes compatible inks so you don't have to spend three mints on the inks. This printer is quite slow but it does everything well and this is a hot deal. The cables are standard printer A-B USB cables so your old one (if you have one) will be fine or they can bought off ebay for a couple of quid:

http://shop.ebay.co.uk/i.html?_nkw=printer+cable&_sacat=0&_trksid=p3286.m270.l1313&_odkw=gore+tex&_osacat=0

First result from google when searching for 'sx215 compatible ink':

http://www.prink.co.uk/ink-cartridges/pages/epsonsx215.htm

4 sets(4 of EACH colour), 16 cartridges in total for around £25.
#18
brought the 515w which is wifi and alot faster for £13 more from amazon
#19
I quite fancy the SX515, missed out from Additions at £49 and Kays at £59, oh well.
#20
#21
hammersandy
Not the case IMO, Epson cartridges are tiny and in my experience hardly last any time whatsoever.


Depends if you get the rhino or cheetah carts :thumbsup:
#22


Think the poster is talking about buying it from Amazon and waiting ? of days for it to come. Some people have ordered it from Amazon and it came within a month.
#23
Is this Win 7 64bit compatible?
#24
hammersandy
Not the case IMO, Epson cartridges are tiny and in my experience hardly last any time whatsoever. I sold my Epson on eBay after realising how naff it was and after it rejected reman's. I've got a basic hp deskjet now and for the same amount of printing for lecture notes etc, they must last me at least 3x as long (HP21).

EDIT: Oh yeh, plus even if you don't use the colour, it uses some to prime the printerheads every time you turn it on, so they go reasonably quickly even if you don't use them

Customer service with Epson is horrid as well. I queried about not being able to use the printer without all the inks and the guy on the phone acted like it was my fault that I couldn't afford the inks! I'm not buying colour ink if i don't need it.


You must just be unlucky I've used Epson printers since the early 90's never had a problem with any of them aside from being upgraded through old age, I've had my R300 for, god, must be over 5 years and still prints like it's new and never had a set of original carts in it!

In fact i use a CISS I got for £14 i've used it quite alot and still on the first fill some 12 months later!

And as for saying don't buy this because you'll be spending £20 on inks, that's CHEAP if you are buying originals, some companies i.e. Lexmark/HP/Brother charge £25 for ONE cart!

These or any other Epson printer are great buys for the budget minded as cheap inks are widely available on the net.
#25
I got a SX515W from Amazon and waited for 2 weeks on backorder.

Prints well, wireless is fine although had to allow port 9100 on the XP firewall to get it to do so correctly.
Ink Emporium has always sorted me for cheap inks that work without an issue but have to admit that I haven't yet bought any for this, although it has used about half its black already.

Given that I presume this will be much the same.
#26
tirc83
Is this Win 7 64bit compatible?


YES it is. The installation CD is NOT likely to be but you can download the drivers and software from Epson's website. Thats what I did with my new laptop that came with Win7. It runs fine.

Also I never had any compatibility issues with the non-epson ink. I used Jet tec make inks and they seems to last forever. Not that I print a lot but by no means vanish quickly.
#27
I bought the cheetah multi pack inks and black individual packs half price (£17.25 and £4.95) in Peter Jones (John Lewis) in Chelsea on Sunday. Don't know why they were reduced but they scanned half price, so worth checking in other branches of JL

http://i50.tinypic.com/s48izt.jpg
#28
At the weekend I took the wireless version of this printer back to Argos for a refund.

After using HP printers for around ten years, I grew frustrated at the price of HP cartridges, so I was seduced by the epson individual cartridge set up. All was fine, the wireless works great, the printing quality is good, I have no complaints about the printer when it works.

WHEN it works.

We recently got a blockage in the yellow line and then early last week in the black line. A quick google search later and we discovered that epsons are notorious for blocked print heads. We persevered, trying all sorts of remedies and by the end of the day we had just about wasted a whole new set of inks trying to sort the problem.

Enough was enough, those print heads were not going to unblock, so I returned it.

The upshot of it is we went to Currys and bought a wireless HP for around £45 (Poss the HP4580, if I remember). The difference is the HP cartridges have the print head in the cartridge so you don;t have a little tube from every cartridge to the print head which can get blocked like the epsons.

Rant over. If people happily use epsons then that is fine, fair play, but I will never go back to them while they have this design fault. Rubbish. Needless to say a COLD deal. A free epson printer is still too expensive.
#29
northers
At the weekend I took the wireless version of this printer back to Argos for a refund.

After using HP printers for around ten years, I grew frustrated at the price of HP cartridges, so I was seduced by the epson individual cartridge set up. All was fine, the wireless works great, the printing quality is good, I have no complaints about the printer when it works.

WHEN it works.

We recently got a blockage in the yellow line and then early last week in the black line. A quick google search later and we discovered that epsons are notorious for blocked print heads. We persevered, trying all sorts of remedies and by the end of the day we had just about wasted a whole new set of inks trying to sort the problem.

Enough was enough, those print heads were not going to unblock, so I returned it.

The upshot of it is we went to Currys and bought a wireless HP for around £45 (Poss the HP4580, if I remember). The difference is the HP cartridges have the print head in the cartridge so you don;t have a little tube from every cartridge to the print head which can get blocked like the epsons.

Rant over. If people happily use epsons then that is fine, fair play, but I will never go back to them while they have this design fault. Rubbish. Needless to say a COLD deal. A free epson printer is still too expensive.


I think you were just unlucky, it may have been caused by "faulty" ink. I have used Espons for yeeeeears and never had a problem with them including no ink blockages like you did. I am still using an R200 which I had from new as is around 5/6 years old now and still prints great like it did the day I bought it. I have printed around 2,000+ discs with it and as many if not more sheets of paper and photos, no problems here with Epsons anyway. I will always have and always will use Epson printers until the day I have any major issues which based on the quality of them I can't see that day ever coming.
#30
yeh, like I said I am sure some people will use epsons without any problems, but it was soul-destroying to get nowhere with this problem and then get the printer telling you that the four new cartridges you put in the thing that very morning were nearly empty.

If they work, fine and if you are willing to put generic cartridges in then all is good, but because of that major design fault, I won't go back to them.
#31
northers
yeh, like I said I am sure some people will use epsons without any problems, but it was soul-destroying to get nowhere with this problem and then get the printer telling you that the four new cartridges you put in the thing that very morning were nearly empty.

If they work, fine and if you are willing to put generic cartridges in then all is good, but because of that major design fault, I won't go back to them.


My Epson Stylus 640 from 1998 still works but an 830u bought a couple of years later constantly blocked up (tried compatibles) and was junked. Then I got an R240 for photos and that has worked perfectly for 5 years. I've now got the SX515 wireless one as well and so far works great. I think buying cheap compatibles is where the problems start.
banned#32
Nice printer in nice price. If this is not wireless then from where I can get Wireless version for the same brand.
#33
d_dixon50;7610101
You must just be unlucky I've used Epson printers since the early 90's never had a problem with any of them aside from being upgraded through old age, I've had my R300 for, god, must be over 5 years and still prints like it's new and never had a set of original carts in it!

In fact i use a CISS I got for £14 i've used it quite alot and still on the first fill some 12 months later!

And as for saying don't buy this because you'll be spending £20 on inks, that's CHEAP if you are buying originals, some companies i.e. Lexmark/HP/Brother charge £25 for ONE cart!

These or any other Epson printer are great buys for the budget minded as cheap inks are widely available on the net.


I think you're exception to the Epson rule. The printers are not designed to last very long, the problems with Epson heads are legendary. I've had about 5 Epsons over the years and all have died because of ink drying on heads. Adding in friends I know that have had Epsons die, that's closer to 8 Epson printers I've seen dead from head problems.

Overall the quality of inkjets today is very poor. They all work on the idea they'll make money on the ink and the hardware just needs to be made as cheaply as possible to lure you into that ink con. It's hard work choosing a printer that will last and run cheaply. You've been especially blessed getting both.
#34
hi can any 1 here tell me what the difference is between the Epson Stylus SX215 and the Epson Stylus SX415?

is it just the bigger lcd screen?

thanks
Daz/Tosk
#35
toaster
My Epson Stylus 640 from 1998 still works but an 830u bought a couple of years later constantly blocked up (tried compatibles) and was junked. Then I got an R240 for photos and that has worked perfectly for 5 years. I've now got the SX515 wireless one as well and so far works great. I think buying cheap compatibles is where the problems start.


I've only ever used compatible ink apart from the original ink that came with it with no problems.
#36
toaster
My Epson Stylus 640 from 1998 still works but an 830u bought a couple of years later constantly blocked up (tried compatibles) and was junked. Then I got an R240 for photos and that has worked perfectly for 5 years. I've now got the SX515 wireless one as well and so far works great. I think buying cheap compatibles is where the problems start.


Fully. I have been using my epson for the past 4 years WITHOUT any problems. I also use compatible inks. But there are lots of compatible versions too. I used jet tec or similar brands. Never used the dirt cheap compatibles from ebay. It is wrong to blame the printer after you mess it up by using cheap and low grade inks.
#37
johny1804
Nice printer in nice price. If this is not wireless then from where I can get Wireless version for the same brand.


SX215 is not wireless. If by "same brand" you mean Epson, then next in line wireless model is Epson SX515 (Around £65 - £70). If you are not brand specific try the HP F4580 wireless printer from Amazon. (£42.68 delivered)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-Deskjet-F4580-All-in-One-Printer/dp/B002OHD9GE?SubscriptionId=17ZNWQMWNAY2K2SFHV82&tag=offeroftheday-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B002OHD9GE
#38
tosk
hi can any 1 here tell me what the difference is between the Epson Stylus SX215 and the Epson Stylus SX415?

is it just the bigger lcd screen?

thanks
Daz/Tosk


Not much difference. The 415 supports more memory cards, slightly higher print speed (ppm), and pictbridge compatible. Comparision here.
#39
I might as well ask here as there are epson users here - anyone know how i can change the carts ON THE MACHINE on a 205 (which i think is essentially the same as the 215 but no LCD) - software solutions for telling it i want to change carts do not seem to be working for me on OSX - the carts are not coming up as empty so i can't for the life of me work out how to change them.

cheers in advance
#40
Josh Rogan
I might as well ask here as there are epson users here - anyone know how i can change the carts ON THE MACHINE on a 205 (which i think is essentially the same as the 215 but no LCD) - software solutions for telling it i want to change carts do not seem to be working for me on OSX - the carts are not coming up as empty so i can't for the life of me work out how to change them.

cheers in advance


Not clear what you are trying to do. If I understand correctly you are trying to replace cartridge. If thats right then go to Printer properties, select maintenance tab and then select replace cartidge utility.

https://www.epson.co.uk/Printers-and-All-In-Ones/Inkjet/Epson-Stylus-DX8400/Drivers-Support?target=article&extn=.html&articleId=2835#toc1

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