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Epson XP235 Printer £32.00 at Asda

£32.00 @ Asda
Individual ink cartridges mean only the colour used needs to be replaced to save on costs. Mobile printing Whether using a smartphone or tablet, the iPrint app1 can be downloaded to a range of devices…
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Individual ink cartridges mean only the colour used needs to be replaced to save on costs. Mobile printing Whether using a smartphone or tablet, the iPrint app1 can be downloaded to a range of devices for truly wireless printing and scanning. The possibilities don't end there, with Epson Email Print1, it is possible to print from anywhere in the world1 by simply emailing documents and photos directly to the printer. For creative-minded people, the Creative Print1 app can access Facebook photos, create custom greeting cards and stationery, and even turn photos into colouring book templates. Flexible Multiple users can easily print and scan wirelessly from around the home. Space saving Stylish and compact - the XP-235's small and lightweight design means it doesn't take up much valuable desk space.
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2 Likes #1
Totally hot, generic ink for these type of printers costs roughly between £2- £3. The type of cartridges the printer reads and gives you a reading on.
2 Likes #2
£29.99 at staples
1 Like #3
I nearly bought this earlier, but decided to check prices (and generic ink compatibility) first.
1 Like #4
Can anyone confirm that this will run on compatible ink? I have an Epson and have bought comparable ink several times from cartridge world and other suppliers and they have never worked. Looks good, if only the ink wasn't a problem. Please can anyone confirm. Thanks in advance
1 Like #5
After reading all the reviews on the Asda page, I'm put off buying it completely. Apparently, generic inks don't work and often even genuine inks don't work. Looks like it could end up as an expensive ornament and I have enough of them !
2 Likes #6
My Epson printer works fine with compatible inks
1 Like #7
I'm using Epson sx235w from 2012 and works fine with compatible inks. There are a lot of offers on ebay 4 colors for £4-5.
1 Like #8
I'm not in anyway affiliated with Argos, or Epson, but I just checked Google reviews, and this particular printer has a 4.4/5 rating out of 536 reviews.
2 Likes #9
The most important thing with buying any printer is the cost of cartridges. Epson are usually the best for compatibles. Sometimes there is a situation with compatibles that all must be from the same supplier, and replaced together. Obviously they must be chipped correctly. To cover yourself, buy on EBAY and before buying, get the supplier to confirm they work on your exact model. If they do not work, keep the evidence, ideally a photo of the error message. Then raise a dispute with EBAY, who are good at recharging the full cost to the supplier of faulty goods. You must be sensible, and install the cartidges properly, and maybe as a full set. I know this can be wasteful, but if it does not work, just reinstall the ones that do, and change the empty cartridge. If non EBAY, just mention Small Claims Court, and raise dispute with credit card company. Nationwide were extremely helpful, and efficient for me recently. Got full refund, including postage costs. ALWAYS pay by credit card for ALL online purchases.
1 Like #10
They pop up and warn you the ink isn't original but as long as you press ok it will let you print.
Suppose a good feature for anyone trying to find out if they have bought fake "genuine" epson ink.
2 Likes #12
There's no reasonably priced generics available for this yet ?
1 Like #13
rockin
There's no reasonably priced generics available for this yet ?
Not checked, but you are probably correct. Think newer models are harder to clone. Stupid thing about printers is that it can be cheaper to throw them away, or sell them off cheap, once original cartridges are used up. Very close on some lasers. This is known as Razor Blade Model, where Razor is virtually given away, and profit made on the blades.
1 Like #14
ethypops
Can anyone confirm that this will run on compatible ink? I have an Epson and have bought comparable ink several times from cartridge world and other suppliers and they have never worked. Looks good, if only the ink wasn't a problem. Please can anyone confirm. Thanks in advance

Quite often with some compatibles (depends on brand or source) you can not replace just one cartridge. Replacing all at the same time will work and still works out way cheaper than replacing even one individual Epson genuine.
The compatibles from my local supplier can be replaced one at a time on both my epson printers (different models) so its luck of the draw I guess.

Added: Just had a quick look online and the compatibles for this model are cheaper than Epson but still expensive. I have the older SX235W which does basically the same job and ink for it is uber cheap.

Edited By: Monk_5 on Sep 20, 2016 11:43: New information
1 Like #15
I bought the XP-335 from amazon a couple of weeks ago as there was not much a difference in price between it and the model below. Mines came with a small LCD screen also which is nice.

Does anyone know how much the cartridges on ebay are filled or what the approximate page output is?

I bought some ink from cartridge people when I ordered the printer and they state the amount of pages you are looking to get from the cartridge. For example for the normal epson 29 cartridge is 175 for black and 180 for colour, for the epson 29XL is 470 for black and 450 for colour and cartridge people compatible cartridge it is 650 for black and 600 for the colour (http://www.cartridgepeople.com/Epson/XP/Expression-Home-XP-335-Ink-Cartridges). Also FYI I got 20% off using 'AFF20VC' and tracked 10% on quidco.
2 Likes #16
Bought and returned! It is not the SX-235, you can buy replacement ink easily, this is the XP-235 exactly the same but updated firmware stops generic ink replacement! Sent it straight back and bought a HP-3630! £29 from JL with 2 year guarantee on a price match with Raymans. £1.99 a month for ink!
1 Like #17
I buy all my compatible ink for Epson XP215 here: https://www.svp.co.uk

Just did a search for this model but the compatibles say out of stock:
https://www.svp.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/index/?cat=0&p=1&q=xp-235

I an get a whole set for my printer for £3.49! https://www.svp.co.uk/blue-box-compatible-epson-daisy-t1816-multi-pack-ink-cartridges.html
1 Like #18
I think Epson is the worst for accepting inks - I've had genuine inks rejected before. When it does accept them it starts "charging" ink which basically means wasting it. I miss my old Brother printer, was much better at being tolerant of different inks.
1 Like #19
I just looked at the capacity of the epson 29XL original cartridges, the black is 11.3ml(470 pages) and the colours are 6.4ml(450 pages) each. Might help people to compare what they are getting when they buy.
1 Like #20
bnxc
I buy all my compatible ink for Epson XP215 here: https://www.svp.co.uk

Just did a search for this model but the compatibles say out of stock:
https://www.svp.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/index/?cat=0&p=1&q=xp-235

I an get a whole set for my printer for £3.49! https://www.svp.co.uk/blue-box-compatible-epson-daisy-t1816-multi-pack-ink-cartridges.html

Did you notice any difference in the originals you received with the printer and the svp ones?
2 Likes #21
Compatible inks work fine in these, Very good and so far the printer has lasted 3x longer than any other printer I've had.
1 Like #22
thedvdmonster
They pop up and warn you the ink isn't original but as long as you press ok it will let you print.
Suppose a good feature for anyone trying to find out if they have bought fake "genuine" epson ink.

If you are using this printer on a Linux machine you get no warning at all :).
1 Like #23
shauneco
Compatible inks work fine in these, Very good and so far the printer has lasted 3x longer than any other printer I've had.
Where are people buying their compatible ink carts? I can't find them anywhere !
1 Like #24
rockin
shauneco
Compatible inks work fine in these, Very good and so far the printer has lasted 3x longer than any other printer I've had.
Where are people buying their compatible ink carts? I can't find them anywhere !

Ebay

I got my inks for cheaper than that but mines the xp-225.
1 Like #25
Tank
bnxc
I buy all my compatible ink for Epson XP215 here: https://www.svp.co.uk
Just did a search for this model but the compatibles say out of stock:https://www.svp.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/index/?cat=0&p=1&q=xp-235
I an get a whole set for my printer for £3.49! https://www.svp.co.uk/blue-box-compatible-epson-daisy-t1816-multi-pack-ink-cartridges.html
Did you notice any difference in the originals you received with the printer and the svp ones?

Not really to be honest, I've used compatible ink on all my Epson printers. I mainly use the printer to print office paperwork these days, but it's still very good quality for photos. Just to point out, I've not used the model in the Original post!
1 Like #26
bnxc
Tank
bnxc
I buy all my compatible ink for Epson XP215 here: https://www.svp.co.uk
Just did a search for this model but the compatibles say out of stock:https://www.svp.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/index/?cat=0&p=1&q=xp-235
I an get a whole set for my printer for £3.49! https://www.svp.co.uk/blue-box-compatible-epson-daisy-t1816-multi-pack-ink-cartridges.html
Did you notice any difference in the originals you received with the printer and the svp ones?
Not really to be honest, I've used compatible ink on all my Epson printers. I mainly use the printer to print office paperwork these days, but it's still very good quality for photos. Just to point out, I've not used the model in the Original post!

Ok, I'll give them a try after my cartridges from cartridge people run out. Thanks.
1 Like #27
My printer is an Expression Home XP-322 and these are what I'm using with no problems so far just a warning not original Ink do you still want to continue to use and you just say YES..12 cartridges for £9.77 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01IN2UHTU/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=AQBYGSIKLK44W
#28
I saw the same model cheaper at Ryman a week ago, cold
#29
AhmadK74
I saw the same model cheaper at Ryman a week ago, cold
Wish you'd posted it.
#30
AhmadK74
I saw the same model cheaper at Ryman a week ago, cold
Why didn't you post it rather than be an leacher?
#31
chapchap
AhmadK74
I saw the same model cheaper at Ryman a week ago, cold
Why didn't you post it rather than be an leacher?

Did I call you a leacher? Mind your own business and be polite.
#32
I bought a higher numbered model and had two die within weeks then the third when I replaced the ink. Using genuine cartridges from Amazon and as soon as I changed them the print quality went all to pot so a couple of clean/align attempts and it decided it was empty again without ever printing properly.
#33
sjh1664
£29.99 at staples
It did work out more expensive for me with delivery though. I don't live near enough to a Staples store to collect.
#34
Have this exact printer and it's a sod to use so called compatible inks. It refuses to recognise them and unlike some other models it seems, there is no option to override it or continue anyway with printing.
Cheap printer yes, but genuine inks are around the same price! Personally would not recommend at all.

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