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Epson Eco-Tank ET-4750 - £314.57 @ Printerland
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Epson Eco-Tank ET-4750 - £314.57 @ Printerland

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Posted 4th Dec 2019

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More ideal for those who print more rather than one page per month - unless you want a lifetime of ink in one go.

My HP inkjet has drove me mad for months so finally decided to upgrade. I came across this office/business printer that fills my requirements and is on a Cyber Monday deal. Used prices vary from £250 - £400 on Ebay but this is for brand new and 3 year warranty.

Free next day delivery and Great on-line support as I had to ring them for questions.

Site price is £314.57 but you get £40.00 directly back from Epson online making it
£274.57 and possible 3% Topcashback (£9.43) Nett price can be £265.14
This is cheaper than the used prices on Ebay and you get a 3 year warranty.
The ink does about 11,000 pages and only around £7 per colour to replace.
Sheet feeder can take up to 40 pages at once. Finally I can print all I want without worrying about the cost of ink.

There may be promo codes on internet to reduce price more but not got time to look.
Those with business can claim the VAT back.
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2 Comments
Don't these dry up if they are not used for some time, just like traditional inkjets?
And ISTM that it's only because the manufacturers have finally reduced the price of their inks to a more reasonable level that these are good value. THe price of inks has always been extortionate and totally unrelated to the cost of the dyes and pigments in them. This was how they made their money .
However, what's to stop them raising the price of ink for these ecotank printers?
Edited by: "jasee" 4th Dec 2019
Get a laser printer. Not a £300+ ink jet that needs ink.
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