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Genuine Epson Inkjet Cartridge - T0715 Multipack (B/C/M/Y) DURABrite Ultra Ink £28.60 delivered from 7Dayshop

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A superb value multipack bundle of all T071 inks (T0711, T0712, T0713, T0714). Save £££'s on retail pricing, buy now to save disappointment this price will not last!. Ideal for everyday printin…
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A superb value multipack bundle of all T071 inks (T0711, T0712, T0713, T0714).
Save £££'s on retail pricing, buy now to save disappointment this price will not last!.

Ideal for everyday printing, Epson DURABrite Ultra Ink is perfect for printing high-quality documents and lab-quality photos, thanks to the unique pigment-based ink technology encapsulates ink particles in a protective resin coating.

Compatible with: Epson Stylus D120 - Epson Stylus D120 Network Edition - Epson Stylus D78 - Epson Stylus D92 - Epson Stylus DX4000 - Epson Stylus DX4050 - Epson Stylus DX4400 - Epson Stylus DX4450 - Epson Stylus DX5000 - Epson Stylus DX5050 - Epson Stylus DX6000 - Epson Stylus DX6050 - Epson Stylus DX7000F - Epson Stylus DX7400 - Epson Stylus DX7450 - Epson Stylus DX8400 - Epson Stylus DX8450 - Epson Stylus DX9400 Wi-Fi Edition - Epson Stylus DX9400F - Epson Stylus Office B40W - Epson Stylus Office BX300F - Epson Stylus Office BX310FN - Epson Stylus Office BX600FW - Epson Stylus Office BX610FW - Epson Stylus S21 - Epson Stylus SX115 - Epson Stylus SX200 - Epson Stylus SX205 - Epson Stylus SX215 - Epson Stylus SX218 - Epson Stylus SX400 - Epson Stylus SX405 - Epson Stylus SX405 Wi-Fi Edition - Epson Stylus SX415 - Epson Stylus SX515w - Epson Stylus SX600FW - Epson Stylus SX610FW -

This item is compatible with the following :
Epson Stylus BX300F
Epson Stylus BX310F
Epson Stylus BX600FW
Epson Stylus BX610FW
Epson Stylus D120
Epson Stylus D78
Epson Stylus D92
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Epson Stylus SX215
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Epson Stylus SX405
Epson Stylus SX410
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Epson Stylus SX510w
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#1
Not a bad price. Although, at the moment it can work out almost the same price to buy seperately. I recently ordered 4 individuals from Amazon and it came to only 33p more than this.
#2
Amazon have also got Epson T0711H twin pk black high capacity cartridges for £12.70 and free supersaver delivery
2 Likes #3
Anyone who pays for genuine Epson inks must have more money than sense so should'nt even be looking on this site!
I have never paid more than £1 for any of my inks, yes I know they are not genuine Epson but in all the years I have been using compatables I have never had a problem.
And did you know that Which Magazine did a price comparison on genuine inks and found that per ml genuine inks were more expensive than Vintage Dom Perignon Champagne!
1 Like #4
Compatibles are only 50p each delivered ( £5.99 buy-it-now for 12 cartridges delivered free on ebay).

Are originals really worth 18 times the price !!
#5
Where is the best place to buy epson compatibles from please?
#6
I buy compatibles from amazon. Never seem to get the same ones twice, but they work out a quid or less per cartridge.
#7
brianfj1200
Anyone who pays for genuine Epson inks must have more money than sense so should'nt even be looking on this site!
I have never paid more than £1 for any of my inks, yes I know they are not genuine Epson but in all the years I have been using compatables I have never had a problem.
And did you know that Which Magazine did a price comparison on genuine inks and found that per ml genuine inks were more expensive than Vintage Dom Perignon Champagne!


Thanks though I've never had a lot of luck with the DP in my printer.
3 Likes #8
Since having owned an Epson SX515W I have used compatibles with it but they are rubbish as the nozzles get blocked. Head clean after head clean does nothing. Pop in another compatible, nozzle check, no good, head clean, nozzle check, no good. Pop in an original, head clean, nozzle check and spot on again. Bought compatibles from another seller, original carts run out again, pop in the new compatibles, after a few prints and a few days the nozzles are blocked up again. I had to clean the nozzles with a syringe, a piece of tubing and a very gentle cleaning solution to get them to clear again. Since sticking with genuine I have had no more problems. A mate of mine had very similar issues to me, his printer is an Epson something or other that's a few models up from mine and prints discs too. Epson told him that the Epson ink has a cleaner built in which constantly keeps the nozzles clear. Not sure that's quite true but that's what he was told.

For years I used compatibles with an Epson R200 and very rarely had any problems with it. Switched to a SX515W and it just does no like compatibles at all so it's a false economy. It pains me to have to use genuine carts in it but it's either that or bin the printer and get something else.
#9
simate
Since having owned an Epson SX515W I have used compatibles with it but they are rubbish as the nozzles get blocked. Head clean after head clean does nothing. Pop in another compatible, nozzle check, no good, head clean, nozzle check, no good. Pop in an original, head clean, nozzle check and spot on again. Bought compatibles from another seller, original carts run out again, pop in the new compatibles, after a few prints and a few days the nozzles are blocked up again. I had to clean the nozzles with a syringe, a piece of tubing and a very gentle cleaning solution to get them to clear again. Since sticking with genuine I have had no more problems. A mate of mine had very similar issues to me, his printer is an Epson something or other that's a few models up from mine and prints discs too. Epson told him that the Epson ink has a cleaner built in which constantly keeps the nozzles clear. Not sure that's quite true but that's what he was told.

For years I used compatibles with an Epson R200 and very rarely had any problems with it. Switched to a SX515W and it just does no like compatibles at all so it's a false economy. It pains me to have to use genuine carts in it but it's either that or bin the printer and get something else.


I have faced same problem with SX515W and did not use my printer for 10 months. I got my replacement printer from epson today. Looks like a known problem while using compatible inks on this model...
#10
cr4p deal
2 Likes #11
HesFamily4
cr4p deal

Useful comment...(_;)
#12
I've never had blocked nozzles but the heads do always need cleaning with compatibles which never happens with the originals but hey they're ALOT cheaper
#13
what epson printers would you guys recommend then for both printer and ink? getting rid of my hp which costs £25 odd to refil....
#14
Price now £28.60 and cheaper to source individuals from Amazon.

Edited By: Thar on Feb 08, 2011 21:34: :)
#15
HesFamily4
cr4p deal


You want to grow up!!!
#16
Thar
Price now £28.60 and cheaper to source individuals from Amazon.


Price amended, thanks. I did post it ages ago though so not surprised the price has changed.

I have just checked Amazon and see no genuine Epson inks the same individually for less money. Maybe you could show us?
#17
Got 1 question guys-

If I just buy the black cartridge (I have the SX415) will I still be able to print in just black n white? I remember having a printer which did not respond to having only a full black cartridge.
#18
simate - I have the same issue with the sx515w, used compatibles now it's all clogged up, its also saying "cartridge not compatible" now as well.
Tried cleaning it out but it's still not working properly, was just wondering if you could give me a bit more advice on what you did, did you put the tubing over the nozzle and was the solution you used homemade or bought just I've lost the receipt so I'm a bit stuck, keeps coming up cartridge not recognised so I wasn't sure whether to risk £30 on new (official) ones if I can't get the printer working as it could buy a new one (catch 22).
#19
I've got an Epson SX200, usually buy twin pack giraffe (high capacity) black ink from Play.com for £15.99 which I think is a pretty good deal. Worse thing about the Epson is it won't even print black if any colour cartridge is empty, and when I use compatible ink cartridges, my printer will not recognise them after a while for no apparent reason. Obviously seems to be a common problem?

Edited By: Two Sugars on Feb 08, 2011 22:12
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I have a DX4450 - used to buy originals then I started using Internetink.co.uk.

They work out at 76p and I have had no troubles.

So what is the clog up every now and again - so do the real ones - at 76p just drop it in the recycling and replace it.

You are still getting 10 to 1 for the money.
#21
i have a question about compatibles, i have the epson sx425w, but can't find compatibles for it anywhere. does this mean it won't take compatibles or will will the other ones work? sorry i am new to the world of printing!
#22
£1.40 cheaper than Currys... I'd rather pick them up in store.
#23
epsons... As a former epson fan (had 3 in a row before buying a canon)
Epsons waste ink like something chronic!!! Every few uses my R300 and C62 had to do a cleaning cycle using loads of precious genuine ink! Nozzles kept blocking up as well. Once my R300 packed in i decided enough was enough and moved to canon ip6700d. Hardly ever had to clean the nozzles and the ink lasts ages!
Plus imo Genuines just arent worth the extra price you pay, while replicas/refils can sometimes shorten the lifespan of the print head, the savings more than pay for a replacement printer, if or when it eventually fails.
#24
has anybody used the transparent refillable ink cartridges for the epson printers? seems the cheapest way for ink!
#25
Have to agree, this is a very poor deal.... I have been selling Epson printers for 15 years + and compatible carts for the same amount of time....

Very poor price for a cart that is not even filled full...

maxmix

HeCTiC
I have a DX4450 - used to buy originals then I started using Internetink.co.uk.

They work out at 76p and I have had no troubles.

So what is the clog up every now and again - so do the real ones - at 76p just drop it in the recycling and replace it.

You are still getting 10 to 1 for the money.
1 Like #26
simate
[I have just checked Amazon and see no genuine Epson inks the same individually for less money. Maybe you could show us?


Here, here, here and yellow can be sourced via Amazon/ 7day shop here. If my maths is correct total £27.67.
#27
meekie
i have a question about compatibles, i have the epson sx425w, but can't find compatibles for it anywhere. does this mean it won't take compatibles or will will the other ones work? sorry i am new to the world of printing!


I've got one too and it looks as if the compatibles for his haven't hit the market yet, which is a great shame as the originals are so blinking expensive.
#28
Wow, you could buy a full set of "genuine Kodak inkject cartridges" for less than that... What a scam.
#29
Groucho
simate - I have the same issue with the sx515w, used compatibles now it's all clogged up, its also saying "cartridge not compatible" now as well.
Tried cleaning it out but it's still not working properly, was just wondering if you could give me a bit more advice on what you did, did you put the tubing over the nozzle and was the solution you used homemade or bought just I've lost the receipt so I'm a bit stuck, keeps coming up cartridge not recognised so I wasn't sure whether to risk £30 on new (official) ones if I can't get the printer working as it could buy a new one (catch 22).


Yes you put the tubing over the nozzle inside where the cartridge goes. I put some kitchen towel under the print head to soak up the excess. I only squeezed about half a ml through the nozzle and left the tubing in place with around half a ml left in the syringe for about 30 minutes. I then applied the remaining half a ml and left it for another 30 minutes.

This helped a lot although it still wasn't 100% clear after trying another 2 compatibles, through need more than want I went out and purchased a genuine Epson black which was the one causing problems at the time. After a couple of head cleans and nozzle checks it finally printed properly.

Since having done the black some weeks ago I have only printed around 3 or 4 times yet the Epson cartridge has been 100% spot on.

The kit I used was this one Item number: 270687552349 off of that famous auction site. The solution is mild. You don't want to be using nail varnish remover or anything like that because it WILL kill the print head.

One more tip, leave your Epson on 24/7 because if you switch it off every time you turn it back on it will do a head clean which uses up your lovely ink.
#30
simate
Groucho
simate - I have the same issue with the sx515w, used compatibles now it's all clogged up, its also saying "cartridge not compatible" now as well.
Tried cleaning it out but it's still not working properly, was just wondering if you could give me a bit more advice on what you did, did you put the tubing over the nozzle and was the solution you used homemade or bought just I've lost the receipt so I'm a bit stuck, keeps coming up cartridge not recognised so I wasn't sure whether to risk £30 on new (official) ones if I can't get the printer working as it could buy a new one (catch 22).


Yes you put the tubing over the nozzle inside where the cartridge goes. I put some kitchen towel under the print head to soak up the excess. I only squeezed about half a ml through the nozzle and left the tubing in place with around half a ml left in the syringe for about 30 minutes. I then applied the remaining half a ml and left it for another 30 minutes.

This helped a lot although it still wasn't 100% clear after trying another 2 compatibles, through need more than want I went out and purchased a genuine Epson black which was the one causing problems at the time. After a couple of head cleans and nozzle checks it finally printed properly.

Since having done the black some weeks ago I have only printed around 3 or 4 times yet the Epson cartridge has been 100% spot on.

The kit I used was this one Item number: 270687552349 off of that famous auction site. The solution is mild. You don't want to be using nail varnish remover or anything like that because it WILL kill the print head.

One more tip, leave your Epson on 24/7 because if you switch it off every time you turn it back on it will do a head clean which uses up your lovely ink.


Thanks mate, i'll give it a bash.
Are you only using all genuine cartridges from now on?
#31
Groucho
simate
Groucho
simate - I have the same issue with the sx515w, used compatibles now it's all clogged up, its also saying "cartridge not compatible" now as well.
Tried cleaning it out but it's still not working properly, was just wondering if you could give me a bit more advice on what you did, did you put the tubing over the nozzle and was the solution you used homemade or bought just I've lost the receipt so I'm a bit stuck, keeps coming up cartridge not recognised so I wasn't sure whether to risk £30 on new (official) ones if I can't get the printer working as it could buy a new one (catch 22).


Yes you put the tubing over the nozzle inside where the cartridge goes. I put some kitchen towel under the print head to soak up the excess. I only squeezed about half a ml through the nozzle and left the tubing in place with around half a ml left in the syringe for about 30 minutes. I then applied the remaining half a ml and left it for another 30 minutes.

This helped a lot although it still wasn't 100% clear after trying another 2 compatibles, through need more than want I went out and purchased a genuine Epson black which was the one causing problems at the time. After a couple of head cleans and nozzle checks it finally printed properly.

Since having done the black some weeks ago I have only printed around 3 or 4 times yet the Epson cartridge has been 100% spot on.

The kit I used was this one Item number: 270687552349 off of that famous auction site. The solution is mild. You don't want to be using nail varnish remover or anything like that because it WILL kill the print head.

One more tip, leave your Epson on 24/7 because if you switch it off every time you turn it back on it will do a head clean which uses up your lovely ink.


Thanks mate, i'll give it a bash.
Are you only using all genuine cartridges from now on?


Yellow and magenta are compatibles. I have a load to get through still so I will take a chance and use them up if I can. If they cause too many problems then I will go 100% genuine for the first time in my life!
#32
I have a sx515w and a sx205 and have had nothing but trouble with compatible inks and the genuine inks are a rip off. I had to send the sx515 back after it developed a problem and it took 3 replacements before I got one that worked. I did have a set of genuine inks but by the time I got them working doing head cleans they were empty. If I buy another printer it certainly won't be Epson.
#33
for those having this printer, epson is offering two year extended warranty for just 11 pounds if printer is purchased in last 12 months.
#34
simate
Since having owned an Epson SX515W I have used compatibles with it but they are rubbish as the nozzles get blocked. Head clean after head clean does nothing. Pop in another compatible, nozzle check, no good, head clean, nozzle check, no good. Pop in an original, head clean, nozzle check and spot on again. Bought compatibles from another seller, original carts run out again, pop in the new compatibles, after a few prints and a few days the nozzles are blocked up again. I had to clean the nozzles with a syringe, a piece of tubing and a very gentle cleaning solution to get them to clear again. Since sticking with genuine I have had no more problems. A mate of mine had very similar issues to me, his printer is an Epson something or other that's a few models up from mine and prints discs too. Epson told him that the Epson ink has a cleaner built in which constantly keeps the nozzles clear. Not sure that's quite true but that's what he was told.

For years I used compatibles with an Epson R200 and very rarely had any problems with it. Switched to a SX515W and it just does no like compatibles at all so it's a false economy. It pains me to have to use genuine carts in it but it's either that or bin the printer and get something else.

It would appear that it is this particular printer (SX515W) that doesn't like comp carts as I and if you read around the web, countless others have the same problem which necessitates cleaning fluid to unblock the heads. I'm beginning to think that Epson have designed this printer to only work on genuine carts.
#35
Thar
HesFamily4
cr4p deal
Useful comment...(_;)

Useless comment!
#36
HesFamily4
Thar
HesFamily4
cr4p deal
Useful comment...(_;)


Useless comment!


Yes it was so why type it!
#37
I have same problem, luckyly my printer still under warranty .After ran out them cartridges came with printer, bought uncompatibles one, printed about 100 pages b&w out,dont use it about 2 day then ... no inks come out from nozzle whatsoever. Bring it to repair centre and the guy from repair centre gave me an option, buy a new genuine cartridges (£35:() then Epson gonna replace new 1 ( there set of cartridge as well) workout £17.5 for set so did what him saids . there still 2 set of uncompatibles inks laying in the corner waiting for their jobs:p .
#38
would this work with epson sx125

reply asap pllllzzzzz

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