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Kodak EasyShare G600 Photograph Printer £25 @ ASDA
Kodak EasyShare G600 Photograph Printer £25 @ ASDA

Kodak EasyShare G600 Photograph Printer £25 @ ASDA

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All cameras can easily be connected to this photo printer, via USB. However, please note that not only selected Kodak cameras are compatible for docking, as per the image.

Get the best from your digital photos by printing them out with this fully portable Kodak EasyShare G600 photograph printer. This highly portable printer creates glossy high-street quality Kodak prints protected by Kodak's XtraLife lamination.

Perfect Pictures
Get better, brighter pictures and red-eye reduction with automatic Kodak Perfect Touch Technology for consistently great prints every time.


Lasting Pictures
Kodak XtraLife Lamination means your pictures are waterproof, fingerprint-proof, stain-resistant and wipeable.


Easy Pictures
Get high quality, real Kodak Pictures from your Kodak Digital Camera in just 60 seconds with the touch of a button. Automatically charge your Kodak Camera Battery in 3.5 hours or less so it's always ready to go when you need it. At the touch of a button you can transfer your pictures to your computer with the included USB cable.

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Seems a good price, any ideas of costs of ink?

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raefil;8219670

Seems a good price, any ideas of costs of ink?Heat added



Kodak are generally preety cheap for printer inks, not sure about this 1 thou

40 photo prints including ink catrige is about £14.99:thumbsup:

killz187;8220347

40 photo prints including ink catrige is about £14.99:thumbsup:



Its cheaper and more professional just to take them to the photo counter and print them.

£14.99 for 40 prints NOT GOOD.

Alright if you live on a remote island with no shops, i live in a small town / village and the chemist has a machine

I bought one of these for my parents a while back and it was terrible. The printer suffers from a known paper feed issue, basically it's a nightmare to get paper to feed into the printer (do a search online and you'll find lots of similar experiences). Don't waste £25, the paper is really expensive too.

Stay clear of Epson printers too had loads of print head clogging issues with them, just bought a HP Photosmart c4780 and i'm chuffed with it. Also had good experiences with Canon printers.

Also available to order online..not sure whether it would apply but quidco offers 10% cashback on photo products?...

scoopy2scoops;8223140

I bought one of these for my parents a while back and it was terrible. … I bought one of these for my parents a while back and it was terrible. The printer suffers from a known paper feed issue, basically it's a nightmare to get paper to feed into the printer (do a search online and you'll find lots of similar experiences). Don't waste £25, the paper is really expensive too.Stay clear of Epson printers too had loads of print head clogging issues with them, just bought a HP Photosmart c4780 and i'm chuffed with it. Also had good experiences with Canon printers.



I have had Epson printers for years with no problems. Tried other printers but the inks are so much dearer than Epson's as you can get really cheap compatibles or continuous ink systems. I would never buy another brand now & even gave away a brand new HP photosmart that came as part of a pc package to my dad who uses minimal ink. It seems a good printer if your a light user but if you print a lot Epson's work out cheaper in the long run. I have an Epson stylus photo PX650 & it's brilliant.
This is just my experience regarding cost effectiveness.

Thanks to everyone for posting their experiences with this Kodak printer as was thinking of getting it for my daughter who has no pc. She wanted a printer like this she could attach her mobile to so thanks for the heads up everyone :thumbsup:
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