Epson WorkForce WF-3620DWF A4 Duplex 4-in-1 Small Printer with Wi-Fi and AirPrint - Black £89.98 + £20 Cashback @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Epson WorkForce WF-3620DWF A4 Duplex 4-in-1 Small Printer with Wi-Fi and AirPrint - Black £89.98 + £20 Cashback @ Amazon

£89.98 @ Amazon
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#1
I manged to get the WF-3640DTWF for around £66 when Amazon had it at £96 for Black Friday but it felt like ages to get the £30 cash back. Like the printer and its alot better then my previous hp so far so good.

Edited By: AJ92 on Jan 15, 2017 20:53
1 Like #2
Make sure you print summat every week cos otherwise the nozzles WILL clog up and they are impossible to unblock. oO

Edited By: Roger_Irrelevant on Jan 15, 2017 22:18: ttt
#3
Paid £70 for mine at the end of November off Amazon , then got my £20 cashback from Epson less than 4 weeks later so £50 total.
Nice printer ;)

Edited By: rooney10 on Jan 15, 2017 22:46
#4
I have one of the previous generation I think it's the 3530. Not as good at photos as a Canon pixma but at least it still prints, unlike every Canon I've had all of which have developed faults after a year or two.
I agree you do have to print something every week or it'll use most of the ink doing nozzle unblocking jobs every time you go to use it. Epson printers have always been like that.
#5
Roger_Irrelevant
Make sure you print summat every week cos otherwise the nozzles WILL clog up and they are impossible to unblock. oO
Not good :|
#6
timefortea
I have one of the previous generation I think it's the 3530. Not as good at photos as a Canon pixma but at least it still prints, unlike every Canon I've had all of which have developed faults after a year or two.
I agree you do have to print something every week or it'll use most of the ink doing nozzle unblocking jobs every time you go to use it. Epson printers have always been like that.

100% agree,very disappointed with my WF2650 is has used both initial and replacement cartidges doing constant nozzle unblocking/cleaning have now got some refillable non compatibles in use so at least a bit cheaper to run,But am waiting to return to UK to pick a lazer printer I bought a couple of weeks ago,I have had Epson printers before with few problems but this current model is very poor in my opinion.
1 Like #7
Comments about nozzles are rubbish, I have been using this printer for around 9 months and it has been absolutely faultless. Wireless scanning, printing, google print, icloud printing etc.

The cartridges a pennies off ebay and run for a long time. Excellent printer.
#8
cjhilton49
timefortea
I have one of the previous generation I think it's the 3530. Not as good at photos as a Canon pixma but at least it still prints, unlike every Canon I've had all of which have developed faults after a year or two.
I agree you do have to print something every week or it'll use most of the ink doing nozzle unblocking jobs every time you go to use it. Epson printers have always been like that.
100% agree,very disappointed with my WF2650 is has used both initial and replacement cartidges doing constant nozzle unblocking/cleaning have now got some refillable non compatibles in use so at least a bit cheaper to run,But am waiting to return to UK to pick a lazer printer I bought a couple of weeks ago,I have had Epson printers before with few problems but this current model is very poor in my opinion.
A have a WF2650 and NEVER had a problem with nozzles blocking. I always use aftermarket cartridges £6.99 for 2 sets including 2 extra black cartridges of Ebay. Very, very cheap to run.
#9
Jefft
cjhilton49
timefortea
I have one of the previous generation I think it's the 3530. Not as good at photos as a Canon pixma but at least it still prints, unlike every Canon I've had all of which have developed faults after a year or two.
I agree you do have to print something every week or it'll use most of the ink doing nozzle unblocking jobs every time you go to use it. Epson printers have always been like that.
100% agree,very disappointed with my WF2650 is has used both initial and replacement cartidges doing constant nozzle unblocking/cleaning have now got some refillable non compatibles in use so at least a bit cheaper to run,But am waiting to return to UK to pick a lazer printer I bought a couple of weeks ago,I have had Epson printers before with few problems but this current model is very poor in my opinion.
A have a WF2650 and NEVER had a problem with nozzles blocking. I always use aftermarket cartridges £6.99 for 2 sets including 2 extra black cartridges of Ebay. Very, very cheap to run.

As with all things it's as you find,I found the 1st 2 sets of epson inks vanished with no more than 20 pages printed due to constant cleaning and then telling me there was no paper in the tray,and that seems to indicate no ink in the cartridge,so will see how a lazer printer works in the near future.
#10
Jefft
cjhilton49
timefortea
I have one of the previous generation I think it's the 3530. Not as good at photos as a Canon pixma but at least it still prints, unlike every Canon I've had all of which have developed faults after a year or two.
I agree you do have to print something every week or it'll use most of the ink doing nozzle unblocking jobs every time you go to use it. Epson printers have always been like that.
100% agree,very disappointed with my WF2650 is has used both initial and replacement cartidges doing constant nozzle unblocking/cleaning have now got some refillable non compatibles in use so at least a bit cheaper to run,But am waiting to return to UK to pick a lazer printer I bought a couple of weeks ago,I have had Epson printers before with few problems but this current model is very poor in my opinion.
A have a WF2650 and NEVER had a problem with nozzles blocking. I always use aftermarket cartridges £6.99 for 2 sets including 2 extra black cartridges of Ebay. Very, very cheap to run.
Perhaps you can give a link to the aftermarket ones you use,as some I bought ehe printer refused to recognise.
#12
skaif
Comments about nozzles are rubbish, I have been using this printer for around 9 months and it has been absolutely faultless. Wireless scanning, printing, google print, icloud printing etc.

The cartridges a pennies off ebay and run for a long time. Excellent printer.


All those advanced features, on an inkjet printer. X)
#13
Roger_Irrelevant
skaif
Comments about nozzles are rubbish, I have been using this printer for around 9 months and it has been absolutely faultless. Wireless scanning, printing, google print, icloud printing etc.
The cartridges a pennies off ebay and run for a long time. Excellent printer.
All those advanced features, on an inkjet printer. X)

Your point? Appropriate username is appropriate
#14
cjhilton49
Jefft
cjhilton49
timefortea
I have one of the previous generation I think it's the 3530. Not as good at photos as a Canon pixma but at least it still prints, unlike every Canon I've had all of which have developed faults after a year or two.
I agree you do have to print something every week or it'll use most of the ink doing nozzle unblocking jobs every time you go to use it. Epson printers have always been like that.
100% agree,very disappointed with my WF2650 is has used both initial and replacement cartidges doing constant nozzle unblocking/cleaning have now got some refillable non compatibles in use so at least a bit cheaper to run,But am waiting to return to UK to pick a lazer printer I bought a couple of weeks ago,I have had Epson printers before with few problems but this current model is very poor in my opinion.
A have a WF2650 and NEVER had a problem with nozzles blocking. I always use aftermarket cartridges £6.99 for 2 sets including 2 extra black cartridges of Ebay. Very, very cheap to run.
Perhaps you can give a link to the aftermarket ones you use,as some I bought ehe printer refused to recognise.
Here you are:-
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/251743999771?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
#15
Jefft
cjhilton49
Jefft
cjhilton49
timefortea
I have one of the previous generation I think it's the 3530. Not as good at photos as a Canon pixma but at least it still prints, unlike every Canon I've had all of which have developed faults after a year or two.
I agree you do have to print something every week or it'll use most of the ink doing nozzle unblocking jobs every time you go to use it. Epson printers have always been like that.
100% agree,very disappointed with my WF2650 is has used both initial and replacement cartidges doing constant nozzle unblocking/cleaning have now got some refillable non compatibles in use so at least a bit cheaper to run,But am waiting to return to UK to pick a lazer printer I bought a couple of weeks ago,I have had Epson printers before with few problems but this current model is very poor in my opinion.
A have a WF2650 and NEVER had a problem with nozzles blocking. I always use aftermarket cartridges £6.99 for 2 sets including 2 extra black cartridges of Ebay. Very, very cheap to run.
Perhaps you can give a link to the aftermarket ones you use,as some I bought ehe printer refused to recognise.
Here you are:-http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/251743999771?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
Many thanks for your link,will give them a ago.

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