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Epson Stylus SX600FW All-in-One Printer with Fax and WiFi £73.39 Delivered, PC World Online £124.99

£73.39 @ Amazon
I posted a thread on this a month ago, for £87.78 with a £9 tesco voucher, but now it is £73.39 without the use of a voucher, so if anyone can find a voucher, it may be even cheaper. This is a very… Read More
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banned8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
I posted a thread on this a month ago, for £87.78 with a £9 tesco voucher, but now it is £73.39 without the use of a voucher, so if anyone can find a voucher, it may be even cheaper.

This is a very god price for a epson all in one wireless printer, the price for this was on average £150 not so long ago.

Tesco's are doing it for the same price too, so for those that want to collect it etc.

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A good wireless all in one printer. Not bad looking either (IMO)

Accessories Included Epson Creativity Suite, Epson Event Manager, Epson Web-To-Page, Epson Easy Photo Print, Epson Scan Assistant, Epson Attach To Email, Epson Copy Utility, Epson Net EasyInstall, ABBYY Fine Reader 6.0 Sprint Plus (PC)/5.0 Sprint Plus (Mac)
Borderless Printing Yes
Brand Epson
Built in Card Reader Yes
Built in LCD Screen Yes
Compatible Cartridges DURABrite Ultra ink cartridges. Product Codes- T0711 (Black), T0712 (Cyan), T0713 (Magenta) and T0714 (Yellow)
Compatible With Windows 2000/XP/XP-x64/Vista, Mac OS 10.2.8 or later with USB
Copy Speed 38 mono and colour
Direct Print Yes
Fax Yes
Features of Product "Premium Four-in One solution with standalone photo printing features, fax functionality and networking capabilities. High quality, low cost printing with individual ink cartridges More value multipack available DURABrite Ultra pigment ink system for market leading flexibility and quality 4 Colour for lab quality photo prints High capacity ink cartridges for increased yields Borderless photos from 10x15cm up to A4 size 6.3cm (2.5) LCD colour viewer FAX with 30 page Automatic Document Feeder for easy copying and faxing Network ready with integrated 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and Ethernet Print photos direct from memory cards and PictBridge digital cameras Scan photos and documents Photocopy in black and white, and colour Energy Star compliant"
Maximum Print Size A4
Maximum Resolution Horizontal 5760 dpi
Maximum Resolution Vertical 1440 dpi
Pages Per Minute - Black 38
Pages Per Minute - Colour 38
Paper Tray Capacity 120
Printer Type Ink jet
Quantity Ink Cartridge 4
Scanning Resolution in DPI 2400 x 4800 dpi
USB Interface Yes
Wireless Yes
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banned#1
Tesco Link: http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-6335.aspx

Catalogue number: 204-6335

P.s, dont forget clubcard points if you get it from Tesco's
#2
I purchased one of these a few months ago for mega money compared to this.... Brilliant price for this printer so GOOD FIND!!

Printer is quiet, fast and everything is so easy to use (even setting up the wireless part which I was dreading).:thumbsup:
#3
Has anyone tried compatibles with an Epson printer?

i.e. do they clog up, or run okay?
banned#4
unseenangelwings
I purchased one of these a few months ago for mega money compared to this.... Brilliant price for this printer so GOOD FIND!!

Printer is quiet, fast and everything is so easy to use (even setting up the wireless part which I was dreading).:thumbsup:


Ive got one aswell, paid £97 just 3 weeks ago to pc world, now i feel gutted lol. Havnt set it up yet though.
banned#5
coleaj
Has anyone tried compatibles with an Epson printer?

i.e. do they clog up, or run okay?


In my experience, they seem to run well, well it does on my old epson photo 890. :thumbsup:
#6
I feel cheated now. I bought the same from tesco 2 weeks ago for £87.00. thinking about returning it and buying it again
#7
Yes I have this printer and bought the continous ink system from hong kong and works a treat and has saved me an absolute fortune on ink with each cartridge 6-7 times the size of a normal cartridge and it automatically refills when empty......:-D
#8
morphias
Yes I have this printer and bought the continous ink system from hong kong and works a treat and has saved me an absolute fortune on ink with each cartridge 6-7 times the size of a normal cartridge and it automatically refills when empty......:-D


could you please explain what is continuous ink system ?
banned#9
morphias
Yes I have this printer and bought the continous ink system from hong kong and works a treat and has saved me an absolute fortune on ink with each cartridge 6-7 times the size of a normal cartridge and it automatically refills when empty......:-D


Can you give me a link? Also, is it a CISS or refillable inks? If its CISS, then how did you remove the lid without damaging the lid? Im finding it difficult to do this without damaging it.
#10
Cheapest ink i found is [url]www.inksmart.co.uk[/url]
#11
link for continuous ink please?
#12
Mr Hunter
Cheapest ink i found is [url]www.inksmart.co.uk[/url]


is it better than the 7dayshop?
#13
Argh! Paid 90 quid in Comet last weekend. Great printer though. Heat++
#14
Got this printer when it was cheap a couple of months ago and can highly reccomend it. Good print quality, wireless is easy to setup, cheap cartridges (even the official epson ones).
#16
Does this print CDs/DVDs?
#17
qualar
Does this print CDs/DVDs?


Nope
#18
Desperately want one of these, I'm fed up of people telling me to turn my pc on because thy want to print something out over the network! Heat for great price, looks a really nice printer!
#19
I went for the PX800FW model which also prints cd/dvds i had it for £201 delivered from cdiscount on Wednesday also £14 quidco so £187 and over 3 months.

The inksmart is the same price for 6 inks too. I think it works out £6.24 a set of 4 so £1.56 each delivered
#20
ordered mine from cdiscount cos i had a 60 quid voucher to use from cashback offer for a sony laptop i got from them at xmas.
it was 90 quid though plus £4p&p but theres very little else on their site to use it on that i was interested in.

they dont pricematch either . BOO:?
1 Like #21
Bought one of these for £88 when Comet had them on a promo a few months back.

Very nice piece of kit. Ours is linked to a BT voyager router using Ethernet so can print off anything that links to that router wirelessly or hardwired including my PS3, PSP, mobile or laptop etc.

Nice to be able to sit anywhere in the house without needing the main PC on to print something. Checking the printer status, ink levels etc remotely before you print is also handy.

Do yourselves a favour. Buy one.
#22
reading the reviews on amazon. a few people are saying they dont supply ink with it. only enough ink for test pages. any truth in this
#23
forrest38
reading the reviews on amazon. a few people are saying they dont supply ink with it. only enough ink for test pages. any truth in this


Mine came from Comet with full standard cartridges. In fact I am still using the originals after almost three months moderate use.
#24



thanks, mine is out of stock r340 :x
#25
Thank you. Placed order today, was looking for an all-in-one with wifi and fax, since I missed out on the A-i-O "Play" fiascio offer.

Overall seemed to have good reviews, with a few people struggling to setup the WiFi, and some saying they coulndn't get wifi to work with macs.

Charlie Brown
#26
I think I may switch to Canon. My main concern after owning 3 Epsons. Will this end up the way of the other 3, clogging all the time and wasting tons of ink on cleaning cycles?

Can anyone recommend a decent Canon?
#27
Only 4 inks - maybe not the very best for photos?

Great price though.
#28
qualar
Does this print CDs/DVDs?


Same question I was going to ask. My old Epson Stylusphoto R300 has been a great servant but is on the way out, so I am looking for a replacement with the all in one spec and CD/DVD printing.

On a seperate note, seen some recommendations on good replacement ink cartirdge sites - I always use [url]www.discworlduk.com[/url] for my R300. A complete set of 6 cartridges normally comes in around £6.00, and unlike many cheap cartridges out there the discworlduk cartridges last well......
#29
coleaj
Has anyone tried compatibles with an Epson printer?

i.e. do they clog up, or run okay?

Yes, though not this model.

Some do, some don't.

I get sets of 6 branded 'Pro-jet' from a local computer fair for £5 and they're fine. Inks do fade if used for display photos though.
#30
lord_trumpington
Same question I was going to ask. My old Epson Stylusphoto R300 has been a great servant but is on the way out, so I am looking for a replacement with the all in one spec and CD/DVD printing.

On a seperate note, seen some recommendations on good replacement ink cartirdge sites - I always use [url]www.discworlduk.com[/url] for my R300. A complete set of 6 cartridges normally comes in around £6.00, and unlike many cheap cartridges out there the discworlduk cartridges last well......

Your R300 has 6 inks, this one has only 4. Probably not a problem unless you are using for fine photoprinting.
#31
Besford
Your R300 has 6 inks, this one has only 4. Probably not a problem unless you are using for fine photoprinting.


Thanks for the heads up :thumbsup:

Without the DVD printing functionality this ones no good for me, probably need to look at the next level higher spec printers (which will probably leave me with little change from 200 squid!)
#32
lord_trumpington

On a seperate note, seen some recommendations on good replacement ink cartirdge sites - I always use [url]www.discworlduk.com[/url] for my R300. A complete set of 6 cartridges normally comes in around £6.00, and unlike many cheap cartridges out there the discworlduk cartridges last well......


How does above ink compare with epson originals? I have a Epson R320 and not had much luck with replacement ink, either it doesn't work - keep getting error messages and won't print or very strong smelling ink that doesn't work well on high quality paper (takes long time to dry causing smudging and colour fades very quickly).

I got this All In One, because I needed the Fax and Wifi facililties and seemed a reasonable price. Now only wished I'd got it from Tesco for the clubcard points.

Charlie Brown
1 Like #33
lord_trumpington
Thanks for the heads up :thumbsup:

Without the DVD printing functionality this ones no good for me, probably need to look at the next level higher spec printers (which will probably leave me with little change from 200 squid!)


lord_trumpington, I think the Epson store has a deal on the RX685 for £89.99 at the moment - 6 inks and the ability to print on CD/DVDs. Unfortunately the site is ******ed at the moment...
#34
charlie brown
How does above ink compare with epson originals? I have a Epson R320 and not had much luck with replacement ink, either it doesn't work - keep getting error messages and won't print or very strong smelling ink that doesn't work well on high quality paper (takes long time to dry causing smudging and colour fades very quickly).

I got this All In One, because I needed the Fax and Wifi facililties and seemed a reasonable price. Now only wished I'd got it from Tesco for the clubcard points.

Charlie Brown


Well, I've had no complaints at all with Discworlduk cartridges. I did buy some genuine Epsom replacements off eBay one time, and I noticed little (if any) improvement against the Discworlduk cartridges (ofcourse the fleebay bashers amongst us will no doubt challenge whether they were infact genuine :oops:). I re-iterate though, no complaints or issues at all with using Discworlduk cartridges....
#35
GeoffAngela
lord_trumpington, I think the Epson store has a deal on the RX685 for £89.99 at the moment - 6 inks and the ability to print on CD/DVDs. Unfortunately the site is ******ed at the moment...


Thanks loads for the recommendation :thumbsup:

I will check that out......
1 Like #36
Just got this from Cdiscount for my boss, new customer so used newbie75 voucher which gives £10 off and free next day delivery making it £69.99. Also Quidco 6.5% at mo, bringing it down to £65.45 :thumbsup:
#37
gemmabe;5019330
Just got this from Cdiscount for my boss, new customer so used newbie75 voucher which gives £10 off and free next day delivery making it £69.99. Also Quidco 6.5% at mo, bringing it down to £65.45 :thumbsup:


Thanks matey, just ordered, although didn't get free delivery for some reason but still worked out cheaper, nice one

sorry just looked and it had discounted £13.99 which was the £10 + £3.99 delivery charge
thanks alot
#38
Voted hot!

hahaha.... pixmania.co.uk are trying to sell this at £175.78

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/1519658/art/epson/stylus-sx600fw-wifi-multi.html
#39
i have this bought it about 2 weeks ago on a deal think its fantastic but it is loud when it print the first page, is everyones????????
#40
Any links to a cheap continuous ink system please?

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