Epson Workforce WF-5620DWF Multifunction WiFi Inkjet Printer £144.50 (£64.50 after cashback) @ Ebuyer
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Epson Workforce WF-5620DWF Multifunction WiFi Inkjet Printer £144.50 (£64.50 after cashback) @ Ebuyer

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Found 13th Sep 2017
This might be a possible alternative to the 2 HP printers that have been on special over the last couple of days.

The WF5620 seems to normally sell for around £180, so £144 is fairly good, but with the £80 cashback as well it brings it down to £65 odd with no need for an old printer to trade in like the HP deals.

Ink seems cheap for an inkjet,
Looks to be reasonably well reviewed:-

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Any information on cheap ink?
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Strange, when I posted it, I put in details about the ink, not sure where they went!

Anyway cartridge shop has a full set rated at 2000 pages per colour for £34 odd.

That compares well against the HP printers which were over £70 for a lower yield cartridge.

Hope this helps.
Does this by chance include a negative/slide scanning adaptor?
brilliant ordered thanks
Good price for a decent all in one, so voted hot. I personally won't touch inkjet printers again - will have to be laser.

I've got a cheapish colour Dell laser printer. Works very well, cheap 3rd party toner, and after a year of use is still on its original toners (the toner cartridges said they'd run out after about 6 months of moderate printing, but I just set it to the "3rd party toner" option, where it stops reading the cartridge chip, and its still been printing fine with the supposedly empty original cartridges for 6 months and counting!

For (1) low running costs, and most importantly - (2) not having print heads cease up if you don't use it for a month it has to be laser all the way. Lost so many inkjet printers in the past to ceased print heads, I just can't be bothered anymore!
Gorskar19 m ago

Good price for a decent all in one, so voted hot. I personally won't touch …Good price for a decent all in one, so voted hot. I personally won't touch inkjet printers again - will have to be laser.I've got a cheapish colour Dell laser printer. Works very well, cheap 3rd party toner, and after a year of use is still on its original toners (the toner cartridges said they'd run out after about 6 months of moderate printing, but I just set it to the "3rd party toner" option, where it stops reading the cartridge chip, and its still been printing fine with the supposedly empty original cartridges for 6 months and counting!For (1) low running costs, and most importantly - (2) not having print heads cease up if you don't use it for a month it has to be laser all the way. Lost so many inkjet printers in the past to ceased print heads, I just can't be bothered anymore!


Couldn't agree more,I also bought a Dell colour laser £70 and 4 toners for £17 and have never looked back,quick,1st class quality prints imo,will look for a cheapish 3 in 1 laser to replace a nearly new Epson inkjet which even with cheap inks wastes so much ink cleaning ad infinitum
I've got a 4xxx-series printer which is either a slightly lower or older model of this. Running nicely with 3rd party inks (cheap from Amazon) with no print issues, just the odd warning flashing up telling me the world would be a better place if I was using Epson ink.

I believe a later firmware update may have affected the printer's ability to use 3rd party inks though, so this newer model may have issues and refuse to print with anything other than genuine Epson consumables. I have my printer set with a fake gateway address (so it can't connect to the internet but is fully network accessible) and all the printer drivers set not to auto-update however to avoid getting such an update however and so far things are working well.
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cjhilton494 h, 17 m ago

Couldn't agree more,I also bought a Dell colour laser £70 and 4 toners for …Couldn't agree more,I also bought a Dell colour laser £70 and 4 toners for £17 and have never looked back,quick,1st class quality prints imo,will look for a cheapish 3 in 1 laser to replace a nearly new Epson inkjet which even with cheap inks wastes so much ink cleaning ad infinitum

I'm going the other way to test the inkjet waters after many years of lasers. My Dell printer just stopped printing black as black. Apparently a known issue and a permanent one...

I maybe on the lookout for a laser in 6 months if it doesn't work out!!!
Some bad reviews on Amazon regarding clogged print heads.Not voting.
Cashback came fast already in my account
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