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Epson Paper - 42157 -190gm - 10x15cm (6x4) Photo Paper - BUY ONE GET ONE FREE! 7dayshop
Epson Paper - 42157 -190gm - 10x15cm (6x4) Photo Paper - BUY ONE GET ONE FREE! 7dayshop

Epson Paper - 42157 -190gm - 10x15cm (6x4) Photo Paper - BUY ONE GET ONE FREE! 7dayshop

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£6.99 for two packs of photo paper from epson, price includes delivery! 70 sheets per pack, a total of 140 sheets for £5.99.
Heavyweight 6x4 Photo Paper (Non-Perforated). All new high-gloss, bright white, resin coated photo paper for printing high quality photos. Smudge and water-resistant quick dry surface, gives the look and feel of traditional photographs . Capable of a resolution up to 1440dpi. Premium Glossy Photo Paper is ideal for photographs, graphic arts and colour prints etc.

Please note: We wish to confirm that when you buy 1 of these very popular "BOGOF" (buy 1 get 1 free) packs, you will actually receive 2 packs of 70 sheets for the price shown - we hope that this helps to avoid any possible confusion.

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4.3p a sheet then your ink you might aswell get your prints done online

but for the paper it is cheap so good enough deal

Great find. I always use Epson photo paper and buy when it is cheap.

TJ Hughes 230gsm 10 X 15 cm 40 Sheets £1.00 Also Poundland does the 200gsm 80 sheets so I had a few boxes from them but can't remember how much I paid for those.

brianfj1200;5606846

TJ Hughes 230gsm 10 X 15 cm 40 Sheets £1.00 Also Poundland does the … TJ Hughes 230gsm 10 X 15 cm 40 Sheets £1.00 Also Poundland does the 200gsm 80 sheets so I had a few boxes from them but can't remember how much I paid for those.



These are not Epson though. I have tried the cheapo ones (even Kodak - not cheap) and the ink either takes ages to or will not dry. Might be just my printer.

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Predikuesi;5606899

These are not Epson though. I have tried the cheapo ones (even Kodak - … These are not Epson though. I have tried the cheapo ones (even Kodak - not cheap) and the ink either takes ages to or will not dry. Might be just my printer.



Have also tried the cheap alternatives and found the same thing.

I printed a photo on some Epson 5* premium glossy photo paper and the exact same photo on a non brand (supposedly) high quality glossy photo paper, and the difference in quality was astonishing. The cheap "high quality" glossy paper looked really blotchy and faded in comparison, and even the day after it was printed if you pressed on the picture with your finger the ink would come off, compared to the epson paper which dried in minutes.

I ended up throwing the rest of the cheap photo paper away because i didn't want to waste any more ink printing on it
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