Compatible Epson Inkjet Cartridge - T028 (Black) £0.49 delivered @ 7dayshop (£4.29 rrp)
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Compatible Epson Inkjet Cartridge - T028 (Black) £0.49 delivered @ 7dayshop (£4.29 rrp)

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Found 23rd Apr 2009Made hot 28th Apr 2009
Sure this will come in handy for some people, great deal at 49p delivered

Compatible Black Ink Cartridge for the following Epson printers :
Stylus Colour C60

This item is compatible with the following :
Epson Stylus C60

27 Comments

great find and delivered too even better.

Banned

WTF, is this for real?
Amazing!

been paying this price for a few years now from
]svp.co.uk
and
]ukdvdr.co.uk for my epsom c42
but great price anyways

Steer clear of compatibles. False economy.

I thought i was the only person left with this printer.Great deal thanks.

Also T028 Colour is 49p

i mean T029

matedodgy;5016111

Steer clear of compatibles. False economy.



+1.

Used to repair Epsons. DONT use compatibiles!

Banned

For the price, really worth to buy.:thumbsup:

MrShed;5016256

+1.Used to repair Epsons. DONT use compatibiles!



When its for printers they sell for 30 to 40 pounds (or less), the amount you save on ink using compatibles, rather than genuine ink, far outweighs the cost of having to replace the printer after a couple of years. False economy not to use compatibles.

zeroHour2;5055521

When its for printers they sell for 30 to 40 pounds, the amount you save … When its for printers they sell for 30 to 40 pounds, the amount you save on ink using compatibles, rather than genuine ink, far outweighs the cost of having to replace the printer after a couple of years. False economy not to use compatibles.



Ah but what about the reduced print quality? The ink is too thin in compatible cartridges and it just seeps through and ruins the print head, causing lines in the print. Also it wouldn't be every couple of years, it will be every couple of months. I also worked at an Epson express centre... and the problems caused by compatibles and ink on the drip bags...
Its worth upgrading your printer to get something with cheaper cartridges, like a Kodak ESP5 or ESP7. Inks are mega cheap and print quality is the best i have seen from a home printer.

True some compatible ink does have reduced print quality, but some brands give good enough quality for most peoples day to day use at a vastly reduced price. I use my printer mainly for plain text printing and the occasional 4x6" photo and I find compatibles just as good as the originals.
Although I have had bad quality compatibles as well, the 'branded' compatibles tend to be fine.

Ive seen the Kodak adverts, are the inks cheap? Do you get a lot of printing from them?

good deal but my printer gave up the ghost a few weeks ago... nice little printer too

Banned

do these work on c62 printers?

Do not agree with advice not to use compatibles. My Epson 935 has worked for years on compatibles. As stated above it is cheaper to throw the printer away after a few months than use genuine cartidges. ASDA have the very nice Canon IP1900 for £15 in Trowbridge, but a set of Canon ink is about £30 - economics of the mad house at work, cannot get compatiblesfor this model. They do not seem to be shifting even at £15.With regards to photos fading after a few years, just reprint, good tip for a treasured print is to burn the JPEG file onto a CD and put behind the picture in the frame. Much easier to find when a reprint needed in a few years time.

Wouldn't touch compatibles with a bargy pole.

I put some in my epson and printed a few pages then i didn't use again for a couple of weeks. When i tried to use it again the print heads were clogged up with the cheap cartridge ink.

It took a pack of genuine cartridges to get it going again.

matedodgy;5016111

Steer clear of compatibles. False economy.

If that were the case, then the manufacturers wouldn't subsidise the cost of their printers by charging extortionate amounts for the inks, would they? You're paying for part of the printer each time you buy a genuine cartridge, which means that compatibles of equivalent quality can be sold for less.

Yes I'm sure there are plenty of bad compatibles which ruin printers quickly. But to claim that they are all like that (or that they all have bad print quality) is just playing into the hands of the manufacturers. You just need to do your research to find the right ones.

Mr Plum;5055721

Wouldn't touch compatibles with a bargy pole.I put some in my epson and … Wouldn't touch compatibles with a bargy pole.I put some in my epson and printed a few pages then i didn't use again for a couple of weeks. When i tried to use it again the print heads were clogged up with the cheap cartridge ink.It took a pack of genuine cartridges to get it going again.



I have used compatibles from 7dayshop before they are OK, but only if you print a lot. If you only print occasionally they may clog up your heads. But at this price if you print a lot...HOT! :thumbsup:Compatibles vary in quality and the better ones will be cheaper than Epson but nowhere near as cheap as these

What a great deal. Thanks.

great!

I've used compatibles from eBay on two Epson DX4850 all in ones for nearly two years, not had a single problem. Probably used 50 or so cartridges in that time - can't imagine how freakin' much that would cost with originals as opposed to approx. 80p a pop.

I work for a Epson Express center and the amount of printer's that are returned due to head's clogged and cartridge's not being recognized is unreal.

Basically u get what u pay for the cheapo cartridge's are not the best but u take ur chance.

It's fun when customer's come back to return a compatible covered in ink saying it burst when they installed it xD!

Also fun when a customer come's in and has bought a cheap supermarket deal of a printer for 20 quid and they find out the price of the original ink's that they cost double what they paid for the printer the face pulled is priceless :D!

But ill vote hot as the whole point is it's a cheap alternative.

Well of course you're going to see a lot of people bringing dead printers in - you work at a place that repairs them...

pibpob;5065090

Well of course you're going to see a lot of people bringing dead printers … Well of course you're going to see a lot of people bringing dead printers in - you work at a place that repairs them...



We yeah i guess so but most the of the problem's are caused by compatible ink's most people remove the nasty thing's before they bring the printer in lol...

But like i said if u are into a mass printing and quality is not a problem then it's good to go just don't use these in a printer that u paid alot of money for as compatible ink's just shorten it's life span.

Buy a cheapo printer with cheapo ink's for mass printing and buy a good printer use the genuine ink's for photo print's and such problem sorted :thumbsup:

It's all down to manufacturer dishonesty. If you paid a fair price for the printer in the first place, you would be able to pay a fair price for genuine ink. But the makers pander to human nature: buy now, pay later.

MrShed;5016256

+1.Used to repair Epsons. DONT use compatibiles!


Mr Plum;5055721

Wouldn't touch compatibles with a bargy pole.I put some in my epson and … Wouldn't touch compatibles with a bargy pole.I put some in my epson and printed a few pages then i didn't use again for a couple of weeks. When i tried to use it again the print heads were clogged up with the cheap cartridge ink.It took a pack of genuine cartridges to get it going again.



BS...I've been using my Epson C40UX since about 2002 with compatables, so were talking for about 7 years. Guess what? Its onyl just giving up the will to live now.
Fale economy...clearly not! I bought the printer second too at a boot sale for £10 (and got a free scanner) so i think for £10 and 8years use (i would of happily of paid going price new for it) and have only EVER used compataibles, although photos now dont come out that well, but thats probably because i compare it to this years technology which o course is going to be better!
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zeroHour2;5055521

When its for printers they sell for 30 to 40 pounds (or less), the amount … When its for printers they sell for 30 to 40 pounds (or less), the amount you save on ink using compatibles, rather than genuine ink, far outweighs the cost of having to replace the printer after a couple of years. False economy not to use compatibles.


Agreed...by a mile


pibpob;5065090

Well of course you're going to see a lot of people bringing dead printers … Well of course you're going to see a lot of people bringing dead printers in - you work at a place that repairs them...


Exactly...he would of never seen my epson which is 8years old second hand...therefore of course your going to see broken ones...but not the ones that are trustworthy for the rest of us :-D

just ordered 10, voted hot!
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