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Epson V600 Perfection Photo Scanner at Ebay Argos for £162.99
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Great price fo this scanner from Argos Ebay store. Closest I could find is £199 at Jessops

I also have an old Plustek from 15 years ago, but the Silverfast software won't work on W7 or W10.


V700 owner here. I never read a manual. - Switch on scanner - Insert negative into carrier text side up - Close lid - Run Epson scanning software - Scan total area - Identify negatives by drawing rectangular selection - Choose colour negative, DPI 3200, ICE if needed - Choose where to export - Scan, export as tif - Adjust in PS to taste. There really isn't a better scanner for less unless you are shooting 35mm only, then you want a Plustek. Sadly no modern scanner outside of the Flextight series will beat the cracking Nikon Coolscans or drum scanners o yesteryear.


There are quite a few detailed reviews on Amazon that shed some light into its operational foibles. Been considering a decent scanner and this is a tempting price, the one built into my multifunction HP printer is poor for photos.


Sounds like good advice.


I bought the V550 two years ago as a Black Friday deal for £110 and have never used it. I really bought it to scan negatives rather than prints, and there are no clear instructions anywhere as to how to do this using the ICE noise reduction system. There are no proper operating manuals available from Epson (just basic scanning guides) and the only video I could find on YouTube at the time showed a guy scanning black & white negs which can't use the ICE technology, so therefore didn't tell people how to use it. I intend getting to grips with it one day, but be warned, it's not an easy piece of kit to use from day one. And if you just want to scan prints, there's cheaper out there that will do the job just fine.

Epson EH-TW6700 Full HD 1080p 3D Projector - £749.99 @ Jessops
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
I have been looking for a decent projector whitout breaking a bank and more I read reviews of this one more I think it is a great deal, richersounds and Amazon price is £999, curry… Read more

I am concerned about the rainbow effect with DLP hence I would go for epson, howver it is my first porjector so I am not sure if concerns are justifed


Visunext are okay. I sourced screen from them. BTW there is no point to persuade somebody who wants LCD projector to buy DLP one. I guess this is the reason why people are choosing Epson.


now I am actually starting to liking the otopma more... just the price tho. I have found one at £850 but not sure about website:


thanks, but I am comparing spec of both and the optoma doesn't really look so good vs epson one? and epson is only £750. perhaps I am missing something


sorry to late reply ,yes it was £850 last week ,it is better than what you after,or wait for new year deals,i am sure you will get better projector for better price,what you buying it is really over price,

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Epson EH-TW7300 4K Enhanced 2300 Lumens Projector - White £899.99 @ Amazon
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Seems a good price on this projector High-performance home cinema - 4K-enhanced, full HD, UHD BD and HDR support Smooth, fast-moving action - frame interpolation and detail enh… Read more

2300 lumens in 3lcd is much brighter than its equivalent for dlp projector, it is a steal price if is gonna be delivered, i had epson 9300 which is little higher model and was blown away by the quality of the picture, ultra sharp straight from menu, the only problem - this projector is massive. £899 is superb price but not sure this will get delivered.


Looks as though this deal has gone now. Pity as the reviews are very good


Nabbed one an hour ago, thanks. On delayed order. Should be a nice upgrade for my W1110 BENQ


Grrr I bought the TW7400 on Black Friday it’s been incredible so far , I was going to return it for this but the offers gone ;( I wouldn’t hesitate at £899


All the projectors under £2k+ are at best false 4K image. Some of the DLP ones by the likes of Optima have managed to just scrape an official 4K certification, some like this Epson one have not. This is a circa £2k projector from two years ago that has just been replaced. New model hasn’t changed much (still no 4K cert) and was £1300 for Black Friday but is back to just shy of £2k now. This is a good price for an upper midrange or lower end of premium projector. You would need to spend quite a bit more to get anything better. Cheers for the heads up OP, shame it was a day after I bought the model down from Richer for £800

EPSON EH-TW650 Full HD Home Cinema Projector £449.99 Currys
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
- Full HD 1080p projector - 3,100 lumen brightness - 15.000:1 contrast ratio - 3LCD technology Seems a good price on this. Same price at Amazon too. Cheaper at laptops direct but … Read more

This model shares the same bulb as the 5650 code ELPLP96 Genuine part currently €38.25 Inc Vat.


Some Models for Example. This. Model's bulbs are around 100 quid. Epson. Parts are always more expensive than others.


Not sure where you are buying your replacement bulbs as I paid about £38 for my 5650.model.


Got for 289 last week. Awaiting delivery


The 5600 for 499 at Richer with a 6 year warranty is a better bet for folks shopping today. Well worth £50 more for a better model and the guarantee

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Epson EH-TW5650 Full HD 3D, 2500 Lumens 1080p Projector £599.99 jessops
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
Looks to be a good deal on this Epson projector. Was cheaper on Amazon briefly but now this looks to be the cheapest price.
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Price shows a £749 for me - do i need to enter code?


Do you men this model, the one posted?


Hi Rob, Yes. It was £289.99 yesterday on Amazon UK. I got one last year. Think it cost me £469.99 - Couldn't believe the price! Purchased of course :D


Thanks I grabbed the 5600 from richer sounds Kingston today (the only one there allegedly) after the 650 I got from Amazon wasn't capable of my long throw small screen setup. This one (and the 5650) are hugely more adjustable. I'm left with a warehouse TW650 which I guess I'll return. It was £215, I knew it was too good to be true!



Epson EH-TW7400 PRO-UHD projector - £1349.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Lightning Deal - I’ve been tracking this for a while & thought it was bargain I personally can’t watch DLP & in the absence of a 4K affordable LCD I think this is a good st… Read more

Isn't 2k not much more than 1080 full HD?!! So premium for hdr I guess....


Great price for this £2k projector. I can’t bring myself to spend so much with the promise of affordable 4K laser projectors feeling like it is on the horizon, but then I said that last year and they haven’t come down much. Looking at the TW6700 for £800 as an interim upgrade instead

Epson Expression Home XP-352 Print/Scan/Copy Wi-Fi Printer £23.39 @ Amazon
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Small-in-one with LCD screen: Save money, space and time Mobile printing: Freedom to print and scan from almost anywhere Claria Home Ink: Save money with individual inks - only r… Read more

£34.97 now


How much to buy ink for this?


Amazing bargain just bought this!


What ? It says Box Contains .. 10x15cm Sample media pack, Individual Ink Cartridges, Main unit, Power cable, Setup guide, Software (CD), Warranty document


Apologies you were right. Although it says ink cartridges in the description, the highlighted box option is 'without ink' and if you click on 'with ink' the price doubles.

Epson EH-TW650 Full HD Projector at Amazon for £289.99
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Lowest price it's ever been! It's a great value projector even at it's RRP. Enjoy the big screen experience - supersize your favourite films, games and sporting events at home… Read more

£289 for this projector? wow anyone who got one got an amazing deal. I paid £479.00 a year ago and still think it was great value. Only one annoyance with this projector is it beeps every time you turn it off which if watching late night may annoy other people in the house, couldn't find any option to disable this so used a pillow to cover the noise when turning off which is pretty lame.


You're right, but the point was, (re your notion about "on the road use") this unit has no audio output. At all. So you need to split HDMI, or get audio at source, or god knows what. You can't just push audio to phono/speakers/aux, there's nothing. It's a total ballache. I'm really annoyed I didn't buy it, but I'm still unbelievably irritated by this missing feature. Personally, I just wanted a big picture and I'm happy with my 2.1 logitech kit and doing it on a budget, but there's no good way unless I do audio out from a PC, which then negates me using a chromecast or shield with the projector - and everything was going to go through those two, honestly. If I wanted to go Full Buff, then yes I would be dropping a couple of k but I don't and I'm not. Horses for courses.


Much better in all respects including quieter. It doesn't turn into a turbine when you flip it into ceiling mode, either. Note: it's 5600 not 6500. It *was* on special at richer sounds, 499, probably not anymore.


I have an issue with the video size of this TW650 being too big compared to my previous projector too. I also find the fan in this one to be way too loud. How does the TW6500 compare with fan noise? I might just return this one and continue using my BenQ 720p projector...


Just got mine and appears I can't get the image small enough for my screen, i.e. my projector is too far away, i.e. I didn't look at the throw calculator. Bit annoying as I have built a shelf for the purpose, the predecessor obviously was ok with it. Yes I could mount it closer but it'd look ugly and involves some decorating work I'd prefer to avoid. Any one got any top-of-the-head suggestions for a similar price range projector that can throw a small image a long way? It's nearly 5m distance, the screen is 92". Edit went with a TW5600, perfect.

Epson Ecotank 3700 Print/Scan/Copy Duplex Printer with VERY cheap ink and loads of ink included - £229 @ Ebuyer
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Ecotank printers have really cheap ink costs. £6 of ink for 6000 pages for OEM ink, not even worth using compatible ink at these prices although compatible ink is around 1/4 the pr… Read more

I have an ecotank and its great. loads of ink included and your set long term. Dont expect it to print as quick as a big corporate office printer, but its not slow! linked easy with wifi


Between that and they heads drying out and clogging is what's making me think go for laser for the first time. Never had a laser before. I'm not a heavy enough user of print, but point blank refuse to buy carts any more. I haven't written off ecotank because of excellent price of ink, but the above puts me off.


In fairness, not a bad price for that part, though it's £11.94 delivered. Any idea how many cleans? 10 Manual head cleans is about what they used to be, so bound to be less. Let's face it, if you buy this printer, you'll need to buy this too.


Cash back has tracked at £7.63.


250 better? But seriously it's hard to tell from the website but they look very similar. The 3000 gets an extra set of colour refills compared to the 2750.

EPSON EH-TW650 Full HD Home Cinema Projector £349.99 Aldi online only - free delivery
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Aldi are running an online only deal on this Full HD (1080p) home cinema projector. Hits 3100 lumens full brightness, bulb is rated for 4000 hours (7500 in eco mode). It's super br… Read more
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Many thanks, ordered my first projector!


Anyone got a recommendation for a hang-it-yourself screen? A brand, or particular shop or site? I'm looking for somewhere in the region of 2.5m x 2 m or maybe a bit smaller, minimum 2m width. the ones with rings in the corners would be fine. I'm not sure of the what the other options are but I guess a non-shiny surface would be best, is a matt slightly reflective surface the standard? And one which hangs properly and doesn't get creases when folding it away would be good.


Yes was £299 during Amazon prime. And optoma hd143x might be good choice as well running around same price at the moment


Got this on Amazon prime day for £299 really good projector. Still good price. heat .


Great deal thanks for posting! £80 cheaper than anywhere else I can see

Amazon - Epson WorkForce WF-7720DTWF Print/Scan/Copy/Fax A3 Wi-Fi Printer £139 @ Amazon
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
A great printer at a great price. Quite bulky but feature-packed and A3. Normally around the £175 mark.
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Inkjet - no thanks!


I’ve had this for a few months, and its predecessor (7620) for 3 years before that. Print quality has always been good and we use it to print our yearly photo calendars. Never seen any stripes or lines. Worth trying different (glossy) paper?


I got one of these. It's ok and very handy if you want to do A3 or large scans but the image quality is not great, or should I say I've never been able to optimise it to not get lines on photos. Ink is a bit expensive if you use it a lot too. Having said that it's worth the price over printer that don't have the features this does. Perhaps I'm used to business printers that you won't get for anywhere near this price :-) used some great Wax printers.

Epson EH-TW5650 Full HD 2500 Lumens Projector - White £549.99 @ Amazon
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
1080p home cinema projector Make your home centre stage for all the action with a Full HD 3D and 2D projector. It’s easy to get up and running with lens shift, keystone correction … Read more
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Yes this projector's good. I bought this to replace the Epson EH-TW650 (slighter cheaper model). The colours are more vibrant and seems to have some technology for keeping the image sharp and smooth, picture clarity is very good. Not played around with all the options but there is a lot of tech on it like connecting phones, 3D and I think (not confirmed yet) picture and picture etc. I like the lens shift option which actually moves the lens so rather than being having to move the projector lower or higher you can just turn a wheel with the same effect. I've owned six projectors now, anyone who doesn't like the DLP rainbow effect this is the way to go, I returned both DLP projectors I've owned for not being able to sit through even a half hour program without a headache, there simply isn't any of that on these with the 3LCD and I can watch for hours.


It's very good nice and bright and works well for gaming using the correct mode. The speaker isn't the best but just add a soundbar but to be honest not many built in projector speakers are great.


How is the picture of this?


Perhaps a bit unfair as they were probably misprices but there was a few of the Benq TK800 going for £500-£600 on Amazon Warehouse and non misprice example, the Viewsonic PX747-4K is on a pre-black friday deal at £799, with Amazon's new pay monthly option available too: With 4K projectors getting this cheap I don't see much justification for spending £500+ on a 1080P model, guess others may be thinking the same?


I have 1 its a great projector used it in the garden over summer paid same price back then.

Save up to 40% off projectors from Acer, Optoma, Epson and ViewSonic at Amazon
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Save up to 40% off projectors from Acer, Optoma, Epson and ViewSonic Epson EH-TW5650 Full HD 2500 Lumens Projector - White £549.99 Optoma ML750e WXGA Ultra-portable lightweight L… Read more

Yeah I grabbed a 106" fixed frame from Silver Ticket in America, worked out cheaper than getting from the UK even after shipping and import fees. Was the biggest I could fit between ceiling beams in the cabin sadly.


right yeah, hadn't considered screen size was a factor lol. mine's 115", so i guess the M550 has smaller borders. at least you have a screen with black borders, mine are sometimes very obvious going straight onto a wall.


I'm running a 106" screen and I'd say it's pushing 2" top/bottom and 3" at sides


yes, and what's really annoying about it is that the bigger XPR chip projectors aren't supposed to have it so i'm really not sure why it's there... i got used to it, but it's not ideal. how big is the border on yours? mine's 2" top and bottom, 1" left and right.


Do you also get the border around the image? I picked up the TK-800 the other day for a bargain price of £625 from the Amazon Warehouse. Absolutely stomps over my old Optoma HR29Darbee

Epson Ecotank Et-2600 Colour Inkjet Multifunction Printer £119.99 delivered @ Box
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Best price in a while on this, should be longer lasting ink wise and the refills don't seem too bad at roughly £32 after a quick check for genuine inks. It is an all in one print, … Read more

This is how printers should be. Pay more for the printer & cheap inks, not cheap printers & ink costing more that its weight in gold


I've had an Ecotank for a few years now and really hammered it (nearly 7,000 colour pages!). One good thing is that you don't have to buy a whole set of inks, you can just buy whichever colour is running low at the time. I've stuck to buying real Epson inks as the compatables aren't much cheaper. As others have said a quick head clean and off it goes again and as you've got the bulk ink you're not worried about the cartridges all being used up.


Same, the last three printers I've had have always broke before those packs of compatable ink from Amazon even get used up


I've been using the et-2550 for two years regularly and only had to top up the black once. occasionally there are some issues but nothing that a heading cleaning doesn't fix. I recommend. There's also the feeling satisfaction from not having to shell out for overpriced cartridges, you can't put a price on that.


Best price for a set of ecotank 664 bottles on eBay seems to be about £29.50 at the moment...not sure how many pages this makes

Epson Expression Premium XP-830 Print/Scan/Copy/Fax Wi-Fi Printer £74.99 - Amazon deal of the day
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Versatile Wi-Fi 4-in-1: Print, scan, copy and fax Mobile printing: Freedom to print and scan from almost anywhere Wi-Fi Direct and Ethernet: Multiple user… Read more

EFF is on the case in America, they could face a class action in e.g. Texas for misleading, anticompetitive practices. The EU should be on their case too.


I bought a Canon TS5050 on amazon yesterday for this very reason.


Also amazons idea of "prime" one day delivery is interesting. In stock but won't arrive until Tuesday... pity it's a good deal for the 830, camel has it normally retailing for ~£105


You might want to consider this before buying Epson, unless you're happy paying a fortune for their ink. Epson is teaching the internet not to install security updates

Epson Expression Home XP-352 Colour Inkjet Multifunction Wi-Fi Printer - £29.99 + FREE Delivery @ Box
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Good little printer for the money, print/scan/copy, supports mobile printing, Wi-Fi and has a memory card slot. FREE delivery at checkout also. Save money, space and time wit… Read more
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Thanks arrived ok and working well.


Oops, sorry :(


I use Linux, so it's been a while since I saw it. If my memory serves me right, the printer driver installation for Windows has a step where it asks if you would like to check for firmware updates and apply it on the printer. Say no to that XD


I can't see the 352 listed as being compatible ?


I ain’t used it for yonks :~\ I’ll call them tomorrow

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