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Epson Stylus SX115 Printer, Scanner & Copier £30 @ Asda
Epson Stylus SX115 Printer, Scanner & Copier £30 @ Asda

Epson Stylus SX115 Printer, Scanner & Copier £30 @ Asda

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Stylus SX115 Multifunction Colour Inkjet Printer
Easy to use Stylus SX115 Multifunction Printer, great for printing, scanning and copying all your documents and photos. Photos only take 89 seconds to print off. It comes with individual ink cartridges which save you money as you only replace the colour used. Included are four individual ink cartridges.
Full Specification
Model Number SX115
Colour Copying with PC Colour
Maximum Print Speed (ppm) 30 ppm
Print Resolution (dpi) 5760 x 1440 dpi
Paper Capacity (sheets) 1 x Input Tray 100 Sheet
Dimensions (WxDxH in cm) H185t x W434 x D327mm
Input Type 1 x USB 2.0 - USB
Scanning Flatbed
Copier Type CIS

12 Comments

I will never buy an Epson again, drinks ink like its water!!

Ink is so cheap, buy form 999inks and got 3 whole sets + 3 extra blacks for less than £30 with quidco discount and 10% off.

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Dontforg3t;8006657

I will never buy an Epson again, drinks ink like its water!!



How unusual. Assuming no leaks, the printer is unlikely to dump considerably more ink onto media than any other printer. Unless you mean the initial set of inks that may need to "charge" the ink flow system (?), but again, I doubt that would be significantly different to any other comparable inkjet printer.
I have a number of Epson inkjet printers. I buy ink from a well-known auction site. I don't buy the cheapest as it is usually rubbish. I buy three sets of carts for around £10 inc delivery. Difficult to quantify how long an ink cartridge will last as it depends on personal usage and the nature of what is being printed (coverage), but I am more than happy with the minimal cost to feed my Epsons.

oh gutted would have got one of these, in need of a cheap decent printer!

Buy a continuous ink system, when i was using a lot of ink the initial kit was around £30 and lasted ages.

Also the compatibles were about 99p a cartridge, not sure if places like svp and bigpockets still sell them that cheap?

why are ink prices so high compared to printers?

iffy1234;8012843

why are ink prices so high compared to printers?



Because they sell the hardware as a loss leader, recouping their money on over priced genuine inks...hence the reason they moan so much about compatibles.

Flipd;8011736

How unusual. Assuming no leaks, the printer is unlikely to dump … How unusual. Assuming no leaks, the printer is unlikely to dump considerably more ink onto media than any other printer. Unless you mean the initial set of inks that may need to "charge" the ink flow system (?), but again, I doubt that would be significantly different to any other comparable inkjet printer.I have a number of Epson inkjet printers. I buy ink from a well-known auction site. I don't buy the cheapest as it is usually rubbish. I buy three sets of carts for around £10 inc delivery. Difficult to quantify how long an ink cartridge will last as it depends on personal usage and the nature of what is being printed (coverage), but I am more than happy with the minimal cost to feed my Epsons.

Hi, I may have the answer, do you leave your printer turned on? Epsons clean every time the printer is turned on, I ended up using a work around where you bring a pipe out of the back for the discharge, and you should see how quickly it fills the bottle when you regularily turn them on and off. If however you leave them on I find thwm similar to other printers.

bollybobinson;8013746

Hi, I may have the answer, do you leave your printer turned on? Epsons … Hi, I may have the answer, do you leave your printer turned on? Epsons clean every time the printer is turned on, I ended up using a work around where you bring a pipe out of the back for the discharge, and you should see how quickly it fills the bottle when you regularily turn them on and off. If however you leave them on I find thwm similar to other printers.



Very interesting observation - have some rep! Doubt that mine perform a full cleaning cycle every time I turn them on as they are ready to print within a few seconds of power-up, although there are definitiely noises that indicate some form of "ink charging process" opr similar.
Still have no issues with excessive ink consumption, and absolutely no issues whatsoever with ink running costs :-D

why is this expired - they had loads on display at £30 in Farnborough Asda today....

Update:- oops, actually there marked up at £33 in-store - but still good value.....
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