HP Deskjet 2050 Multifunct​ion All In One Colour Inkjet Printer - £19.99 + £5.62 Postage @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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HP Deskjet 2050 Multifunction All In One Colour Inkjet Printer but the problem is the postage is £5.62.
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Ink prices? Surely the most important factor of any @home printer ;)

Edit: A quick google search brought up cartridge prices at almost double the cost of the printer oO
#3
Does this one take compatibles though? usually alot cheaper
#4
Get an Epson instead - I've got a Epson R220, had it for years, each ink cartridge costs me 75p. Good picture quality. Epsons are a little pricier, but thats because the compatibles are stupidly cheap.

Edited By: rash on Apr 18, 2011 13:08
#5
Good little printer and £8.99 for a black and £18.99 for black and colour plus they can be re-used at least 2 times before needing to buy another genuine cart. Bargain I say.

Black Cart link

http://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-301-Black-Ink-Cartridge/dp/B003LNLPQ6/ref=pd_bxgy_computers_text_c

Colour Cart at £9.99 or as stated under a score for the 2 above

http://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-301-Colour-Ink-Cartridge/dp/B003LNNZE6/ref=pd_bxgy_computers_img_b

Personally I like HP better than Epson but I hate the junk HP software and wish HP would slim it down.

good deal though


renagade27
#6
renagade27
plus they can be re-used at least 2 times before needing to buy another genuine cart.


How would I do this, are they easy to DIY refill?
#7
danny-mac
renagade27
plus they can be re-used at least 2 times before needing to buy another genuine cart.


How would I do this, are they easy to DIY refill?



They are easy to fill but you need a steady hand. I take them to the local cartworld in Edinburgh and they do it faster and better and its cheap. Also Morrisons carts are brilliant mate..................£9.99 for 15ml and they last an age.

As I say software is a bloody nightmare but the printers are brilliant, an with a little work filling up the carts and \or refilling them can work very cheap indeed.

renagade27
#8
i got one of there i would have to says its thing cos it does do almost everything you would need at home and very easy installation :) so hot for me even can be hotter of you have your birthday with ebuyer.com you would get a free next day delivery :)
#9
£19.99 at Staples...instore, with additional genuine black cartridge included. all HP genuine inks are now buy 1 get a second half price (same ink only) plus £1 back when you recycle your old ink.
#10
If you use Super Saver delivery it comes to £24.52!
#11
rash
Get an Epson instead - I've got a Epson R220, had it for years, each ink cartridge costs me 75p. Good picture quality. Epsons are a little pricier, but thats because the compatibles are stupidly cheap.

Where are they 75p?? I'm after this one
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/epson-t0715-3-colour-black-ink-cartridge-multipack-00694788-pdt.html
#13
cheaper than buying new ink cartridges lol
#14
rash
Get an Epson instead - I've got a Epson R220, had it for years, each ink cartridge costs me 75p. Good picture quality. Epsons are a little pricier, but thats because the compatibles are stupidly cheap.

Hi rash I've got a r220 to and lately I'm getting a message saying parts of your printer are reaching their service time, have you experienced this, I'm waiting on it going belly up any time now, it has been a good printer though
#15
rash
Get an Epson instead
but i've herared epsons ink dries and cloggs in cartridge if you dont use them regularly..
#16
The whole thing is cheaper than ink for my Dell as aftermarket carts print in dark blue and not black. Great Find.
#17
awesome price for the printer but postage is a let down...!
#18
Tequila
rash
Get an Epson instead
but i've herared epsons ink dries and cloggs in cartridge if you dont use them regularly..


That was true for the Epson I own, but in all fairness, couldn't you say the same for other printers?

Edited By: InTheKnow444 on Apr 19, 2011 07:28
#19
flloydee2
rash
Get an Epson instead - I've got a Epson R220, had it for years, each ink cartridge costs me 75p. Good picture quality. Epsons are a little pricier, but thats because the compatibles are stupidly cheap.


Hi rash I've got a r220 to and lately I'm getting a message saying parts of your printer are reaching their service time, have you experienced this, I'm waiting on it going belly up any time now, it has been a good printer though


Not been getting that message? Although mine does seem to take in smaller picture paper and the like a little wonky, must be the rollers not quite aligned.

I get mine from Scan.co.uk I buy £20 worth of kit and their inks are only 75p when on offer (always less than £1 though.)

EDIT: (a quick google search mate!) Here you are - this should reset your printer.

http://inkjetprinterhelp.us/epsonSSC.html

InTheKnow444
Tequila
rash
Get an Epson instead
but i've herared epsons ink dries and cloggs in cartridge if you dont use them regularly..


That was true for the Epson I own, but in all fairness, couldn't you say the same for other printers?


But at 75p an ink cartridge who cares?

Edited By: rash on Apr 19, 2011 08:40
#20
Same printer in staples as a limited edition with an extra free black ink. £19.99
#21
thanks
#22
Cable included - No, please purchase USB cable separately
#23
Showing at £24.99 plus postage now!! :(
#24
batesy1976
£19.99 at Staples...instore, with additional genuine black cartridge included. all HP genuine inks are now buy 1 get a second half price (same ink only) plus £1 back when you recycle your old ink.

Are these currently available in-store now?
#25
InTheKnow444
Tequila
rash
Get an Epson instead
but i've herared epsons ink dries and cloggs in cartridge if you dont use them regularly..


That was true for the Epson I own, but in all fairness, couldn't you say the same for other printers?

no,not at all.it never happees on HP printers.its a technological thing with printing head/ink I've heared.not sure about other makes.but I know Epsons has this issue,HPs dont.

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