Epson WF3520 wifi all-in-one printer £37.. down from £129 @ Tesco
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Epson WF3520 wifi all-in-one printer £37.. down from £129 @ Tesco

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Found 14th Aug 2015
Spotted this in Tesco Newton Abbot. Epson WF3520 Wifi all in one printer down to just £37 reduced from £129. Doubt it is national but a bargain if you find one.

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ink?

That's a fantastic price and desperate for a new printer now my Epson PX650 has knackered print heads
Heat added, will be checking out a few Tescos to see if they've got them.

klushs

ink?


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ink is normally around £20-30. not much over a basic printer

I stopped with inkjet years ago. How often do you need colour at home? Got a wireless AirPrint AIO Samsung laser and never looked back

buy compatible ink on flebay at 1 pound per cartridge wink wink.... just type your printer model and brand taste it. I know know what some gonna say. but for home use or children use its ok! we did a test with original ink and compatible not much difference. don't forget printer manufacturer make they money on inks not on they printer. I have 2 Epson both wireless they great.

Sorry my typo smartphone autocorrect ahhhhhh technology...

I would never have a Epson again. Kept breaking and got it exchanged 3 times before I gave up on them. They are really loud printers because it's all made of naff plastic. & finally it drank ink like a fish, it costed a bomb to run (I tried 3rd party inks too, but the machine never accepted them due to the chipping)
Now I'm running a HP with the "Instant Ink" plan. Cost me £1.99 a month to run for all my ink.

Aren't they always this sort of price. Most printer firms take a hit on printers and pray you buy ink regularly! Especially on these type where you can print from phone etc as more likely to be used!

I would never have a Epson again. Kept malfunctioning exchanged before warantee ran out but got simular results I only used it about 5 times a month. it drank ink like a fish, it costed a bomb to run (I tried 3rd party inks too, but the machine intermittently accepted them due to the chipping) I eventually gave up on them. But took great delight in recycling it with a club hammer. Tried canon with much better results but running cost were still to high due to it drinking ink so Bought a Laser (off of here) the TCO is so much cheaper, even for very modest home use (toner many magnitudes cheaper then ink) and it doesnt spend 5 mins wasting ink by cleaning its heads at every switch on or print outs.
So cold from me.

Excellent deal - we have a 3520 and a 3540. These are from WF (workforce?) range I think aimed more at small business than consumers and as such are normally sold at higher price but with less markup on the ink.

I used to swear by Epson printers but too many clogged heads and wasted ink made me swap to Canon. It's a deal but only if you use it daily, if you don't then expect trouble from clogs producing poor/missing print.

BigBen75020

buy compatible ink on flebay at 1 pound per cartridge wink wink.... just … buy compatible ink on flebay at 1 pound per cartridge wink wink.... just type your printer model and brand taste it. I know know what some gonna say. but for home use or children use its ok! we did a test with original ink and compatible not much difference. don't forget printer manufacturer make they money on inks not on they printer. I have 2 Epson both wireless they great.

Is that a bit like Gillette and razor blades?

I had an Epson RX600, fantastic printer except that it uses more ink with start-up cleaning cycles than it does printing! I'm now using compatible inks which I buy in bulk and it's saving me a fortune, what's more, I also have hacked the printer so that I can fine tune it's operations and even managed to fix the dead LCD screen which affected numerous owners despite Epson claiming they'd never heard of it and requested £70 to fix it!!!

Hot from me.

I bought one of these just over a year ago for £100, because even at that price, it was one of the cheapest all-in-ones that had a duplex ADF scanner and printer. i.e. automatic double sided scanning and printing.

Since I've had the printer, I've gone through a mix of genuine and compatible carts and have yet to suffer from clogged heads. As with all ink jets, I'll print something at least once a week to keep the ink flowing.

Bought a Epsom 3 in 1 5 years ago Refillable cartridges from the bay and £10 for 4 100ml bottles of ink so after cost of cartridges (£14) it costs me a POUND to fill all 4 cartridges, not a pound each, a QUID for all four 3 colour 1 black.
A friend hads the same all in 1 and like me has never had any problems with it.

elliothancock

I would never have a Epson again. Kept breaking and got it exchanged 3 … I would never have a Epson again. Kept breaking and got it exchanged 3 times before I gave up on them. They are really loud printers because it's all made of naff plastic. & finally it drank ink like a fish, it costed a bomb to run (I tried 3rd party inks too, but the machine never accepted them due to the chipping)Now I'm running a HP with the "Instant Ink" plan. Cost me £1.99 a month to run for all my ink.





whydoiwastemytimehere

I would never have a Epson again. Kept malfunctioning exchanged before … I would never have a Epson again. Kept malfunctioning exchanged before warantee ran out but got simular results I only used it about 5 times a month. it drank ink like a fish, it costed a bomb to run (I tried 3rd party inks too, but the machine intermittently accepted them due to the chipping) I eventually gave up on them. But took great delight in recycling it with a club hammer. Tried canon with much better results but running cost were still to high due to it drinking ink so Bought a Laser (off of here) the TCO is so much cheaper, even for very modest home use (toner many magnitudes cheaper then ink) and it doesnt spend 5 mins wasting ink by cleaning its heads at every switch on or print outs.So cold from me.



Why make 2 posts - you are the same person...
under 2 different usernames ?
- we got it the 1st time
Edited by: "h0tdeal" 15th Aug 2015

Sorry but that's not me. Someone copied my post.

elliothancock

I would never have a Epson again. Kept breaking and got it exchanged 3 … I would never have a Epson again. Kept breaking and got it exchanged 3 times before I gave up on them. They are really loud printers because it's all made of naff plastic. & finally it drank ink like a fish, it costed a bomb to run (I tried 3rd party inks too, but the machine never accepted them due to the chipping)Now I'm running a HP with the "Instant Ink" plan. Cost me £1.99 a month to run for all my ink.



I know how you feel, had a Epson a few years back and it did the same thing.

Banned

nice price

whydoiwastemytimehere

I would never have a Epson again. Kept malfunctioning exchanged before … I would never have a Epson again. Kept malfunctioning exchanged before warantee ran out but got simular results I only used it about 5 times a month. it drank ink like a fish, it costed a bomb to run (I tried 3rd party inks too, but the machine intermittently accepted them due to the chipping) I eventually gave up on them. But took great delight in recycling it with a club hammer. Tried canon with much better results but running cost were still to high due to it drinking ink so Bought a Laser (off of here) the TCO is so much cheaper, even for very modest home use (toner many magnitudes cheaper then ink) and it doesnt spend 5 mins wasting ink by cleaning its heads at every switch on or print outs.So cold from me.



Is that a cross between a warranty and a guarantee?
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