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Epson Expression Home XP 4200 Three-in-one printer - £44.99 with click & collect @ John Lewis

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Think the Amazon deal at the same price has just sold out, but JL has also reduced the price to £44.99 (plus you get the JL 2-year guarantee). Not sure on ink refilling though as appears only official refills available on this model.

Product info:

With a small footprint, this sleek all-in-one printer is packed with features. Producing crisp documents and rich colour, individual ink cartridges and double-sided printing ensure efficiency and economy. Print remotely and away from home with a range of mobile apps, and operate it easily hands-on with a buttoned front panel and 6.1cm LCD screen.

Print, Scan and Copy with this all-in-one device. A print resolution of 5760 x 1440 dpi ensures crisp and clear documents.

Easy to use
With built-in Wi-Fi, you can print from any room in the house. Or print directly from your smart-phone with its Wi-Fi direct feature. A 6.1cm LCD screen makes operation and checking settings and levels easy. Double-sided printing saves on paper use too.

Wireless printing
Print, scan and more from your smart device with the Epson Smart Panel app, and with their Creative Print app, you can print photos directly from Facebook, get creative by producing greeting cards, and more.

Economical printing
Epson's 604 (Pineapple) inks deliver reliable, crisp prints with vibrant colour. Individual ink tanks mean you only have to replace the colours you need, increasing efficiency, and they're available in larger XL format too.

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H17 x W30 x D37.5cm

Connections - USB, Wi-Fi
Display - 6.1cm Colour LCD
Double sided printing - YES
Functions - print, copy & scan
Paper tray capacity - Up to 100 sheets of plain paper, Up to 20 sheets of photo paper
Print speed - 10 pages/min Monochrome, 5 pages/min Colour
Scanning resolution - 1200 DPI x 2400 DPI
Weight - 4.3kg

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    I opted for an older printer VS a new ecotank one. The new ones are built to fail and also lock themselves when the sponge that collects excess ink is full. Epson then have to do it themselves and reset it at an insane cost. You can do it yourself with dodgy software but I couldn’t be bothered with the stress. Third party ink for older ones is cheap enough for me and my odd home use. A cheap older model made more sense than a £200 new one (edited)
    Can you tell me which model you are using pls? Spent £90 + on ink last year
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    Get a lazer printer, by the end of the first year you will have made back the difference in ink savings. Bonus for 2nd hand office clearance ones
    Agree we bought a small Samsung laser one and it's brilliant only just replaced cartridge after 3 years
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    I use the EPSON WF-2510 its 5 years old and a large black compatible ink cartridge is £3 delivered.
    I m using hp 6200 with instant ink that pay monthly fee for the ink, the monthly price increased a lot this year
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    Does it come with a mortgage
    It’s for £45 not 45K, although specsavers have buy 1 get 1 free offer on just in case. Thought you might be interested.
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    Bought. Thanks OP. Don't do much printing so will buy an Epsom subscription which start from £0.99 per month. 30 sheets at £1.99 per month should do me fine.
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    Good find and first deal, thanks for sharing, @Deleuze9
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    it states double sided printing but does anyone know if its auto or manual feed for double sided printing?
    It must be auto. I've got 3105 and it is auto feed.
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    Hoping for a EcoTank deal to appear under £100. Need one for sublimination.
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    Ink is still expensive for these as I found out the hard way. I bought the older one and kept this one thats on the deal till the other dies.
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    After doing bit of research this seems only old model that you can buy from retailer
    It uses the 603 ink that got mentioned, it's also the workforce range £69.99

    argos.co.uk/pro…351 (edited)
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    This printer is so cheap that you can buy expensive ink with it . I need to invent a cheap sock making machine and then sell expensive cotton.
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    CISS system with a waste ink tank is what you need if you are doing a large amount of printing on an inkjet. Don't see one for this model but there are plenty available for Epson printers. You will have to reset the waste ink pads from time to time with "software".
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    What ink do I need to buy for this please?
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    Is this a true laser printer? Some state laser but in fact have the quality of dot matrix. Thanks
    It's not a laser printer, nor does it claim to be one.