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Epson Expression Home XP-352 Colour Inkjet Multifunction Wi-Fi Printer - £29.99 + FREE Delivery @ Box
Found 3 h, 20 m agoFound 3 h, 20 m ago
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 for posting this deal. Just ordered 1. Never dealt with these people before so I hope they're ok....any comments? Seems like printers are being discounted quite a bit now!! Anyone got any comments about compatible inks as don't fancy paying huge prices for originals and will only be a light user.


Looks good, thanks


We use these ones from amazon


Ebay About £1 each


nice , just ordered one, great spare printer, cheers

Epson Expression Home XP-255 Colour Inkjet Multifunction Printer for £29 free C&C @ Ryman
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Product Function Print, scan and copy functions . Easy to set up and operate . Mobile printing . Wireless . Compact design Specifications Technology Printing Method: E… Read more

Got the XP-245 model. If you use genuine ink it costs a fortune, that's how they get their money out of you and why printers are dirt cheap. I've not had good experiences with cheaper compatible inks personally. Printing in black when one of the colours is low or out is not possible, annoyingly. Will be getting a HP with instant ink sub next time.


reviews seem to be ok, but how? it's too cheap..


Got one. Worked fine for years then put into storage for a year now doesn't print properly. Didn't print at all then cleaned the head about 20 times using up a whole cartridge and it just about manages a crappy job.


Great deal


Been using Epson printers for many a year.. Always used after market ink and has worked out well as kids print fair amount for school work. Lifespan well some 4 years and second about 3 years.. Now on third.. This or xp 355@ £39.99 in Currys will do descent job for general every day use.

Amazon deal of the day - Epson EH-TW5650 projector £579.99
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Next best I can find is for 749.99 in Currys/Very and so on. This looks like a good deal. Camelcamelcamel also shows its the lowest ever in amazon

I've got the 5650 and its superb. At this price you won't get a better 3 LCD projector. Ok the lumens are less than the 650 however in a dark room your never notice. In fact I use mine on eco mode most of the time. This model also has Bluetooth and many other useful features as well as ridiculously cheap replacement bulbs.


I got the 650 when it was on offer the other week, but I've not opened it yet and have started a return. The throw distance on the 5650 is a lot longer, which is more suited to my room - it means I can position it behind the seating rather than in front, which is where the 650 would need to be. But, it's £200 more, so I've not fully made up my mind yet. My concern with the 5650 is whether it will only work in a light-controlled room, or whether it can work in a room with a small amount of ambient light.


This is a great deal as it was £600 on Prime Day. The EH-TW650 is the value line, I bought one at Prime Day for £300 and is superb overall - great at blasting out lumens but not so great contrast, so given this deal I'm upgrading to the EH-TW5650. For anyone looking for extra reviews, the EH-TW650 is the Home Cinema 1060 in the US, and the EH-TW5650 is the Home Cinema 2150 (which itself is the slightly upgraded Home Cinema 2100 - worth reading the Wirecutter review)


Also this is 3D the 650 isn't which actually at projector size makes 3D viewing good.


It's also got Horiz/Vert image shift, and has a much longer throw. Possibly more suited to some rooms / conditions.

Epson Xp245 printer £12.25 Tesco in-store Bellshill
LocalLocalFound 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Epson Xp245 printer tesco in-store Bellshill Found in store. 3 available when I visited

Ac was compromised nobody getting it (skeptical)


Ink service pad needs changing have to buy new code from Epson wouldn’t bother with Epson printers hp don’t have that issue


The seller hasn't accepted the money from PayPal still showing pending ,looks like we are not getting it


Very decent price but with cartridge ink currently one of the most expensive substances in the world (Olympic sized swimming pool filled with printer ink would cost $5.9 billion) it might be worth your while investing in some compatibles. The supplied cartridges dont last very long at all. Compatibles are very cheap but quality is variable. Thanks for posting.


I have this printer..I exchanged it at Argos after a few months as it stopped printing in carefull with the eBay printers, some sellers remove the ink although the one above doesn't mention this so should come with them.

Epson EH-TW650 Full HD 3100 Lumens Home Cinema Projector £369.99 Amazon
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
I have been watching this projector ever since i bought it at a record low of £319, this price is its second best ever. It usually jumps between £400-£500, so at this price is like… Read more
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It’s shorter than I was expecting, having never had a projector before. The amount of adjustment seems quite limited.


it would be helpful to define "short", i wasnt aware it was any different to similar products. I have my projector mounted 3m from my wall, thats fine.


Watch out for the throw on this, it's really short. That means I have to ceiling mount it instead of putting on a shelf on the wall. Much more expensive to hide wires.


We use it every day to watch TV series. You could replace TV with it, depends how far back you sit and what size screen you throw. I use mine with surround sound, if you didn't you might the fan a little noisy


Is this any good to replace home tv?

Epson EH-TW7300 4K Enhanced 2300 Lumens Projector - White £1199.99 Amazon
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
High-performance home cinema - 4K-enhanced, full HD, UHD BD and HDR support Smooth, fast-moving action - frame interpolation and detail enhancement Watch a movie a day for 7 year… Read more



To be honest its more personal preference and budget you have. The best way to find out what you need is to go into big tech shop like pc world and view yourself each telly which fits your budget. Costco has usually great selection and good prices on them, last time I seen 65" hisense 6200 for £599 and I can say picture looked great compared to samsung, sony etc.. . All you need is to view them live, remember model and hunt one online for reasonable price and extended warranty. You can plug your own usb drive to view some video samples or best is to ask shop assistant to put same 4k content on all tvs - you soon see difference and bugs in some models :) I was only interested in picture quality for money in 65" size, smart features were least of my worries as selection of smart tv boxes these days is massive and more freedom with apps you can get on them. Also worth to know that each manufacturer uses different settings for tvs out of the box, so you might see some very bright, some very high contrast etc but in general once calibrated it will look similar. tv's to avoid are which have slow processing power and have stuck pixels - on fast moving 4k content you can see like some bricks of image don't refresh too quick... As for all this HDR, 10bit etc as I said all down to what you want and how much you willing to spend. I got 8bit+FRC and quite happy with picture I got. Would love qled stuff but do I need it? Just watch out on stand width too if not wall mounting. Wish you good luck on hunt.


That's a great deal if you specifically want a 75" display, you have proven me wrong sir. Unfortunately that doesn't counter the second point, 75" may be too small for some people especially if their living room is bigger than about 2-3 metres That's where the projector wins as it's capable of anything up to 150" and a TV that size would be far more expensive.


I think the 82 inch TVs will start to drop in price - I'd be tempted to get a 75/82 inch TV under £2k when that happens, simply for the convenience and the smart apps etc.


Open your eyes and shut your mouth

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HotUKDealsPromo - Epson ET-2750 @ £279 (£184 after cashback) - with 3 years warranty + 2 years of ink in the box
Found 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
I was looking for a new printer and came upon this deal. It's the Epson Ecotank 2750. is currently selling this for £279. However they are doing a cashback deal at the momen… Read more

I did look in to that model but didn't like the ink tanks on the side. The newer models have them in the front.


Try giving them a call and say you're a new customer and couldn't get the £20 off code to work.


I have just gone to the ao site and they won't accept the £20 discount unless the order is over £299 - I tried adding it. Still a good deal though.


Great printer and cracking deal.


Or alternative Epson Ecotank ET-2600 Three-In-One Wi-Fi Printer with High Capacity Integrated Ink Tank System & 2 Years Ink Supply Included Costco £137.98 I appreciate you have to be a member

EPSON XP-355 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £39.99 @ Currys
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print Up to 10 prints per minute Memory card printing ignore the cold votes, deal has been updated

How good are these HP printers with wireless printing from Mac OS and iOS devices? I have a dell all in one and it’s pretty crap constantly reboots and doesn’t print wirelessly very well at all.


While a tad pricier and larger in footprint I would think that Ebuyer's HP Officejet Pro 8718 deal is the better buy at present.

Epson Expression photo XP8500 with £25 cashback - £99 @ AO
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Will prob get shot down with how much Epson ink costs but I needed a decent home printer that could print photos as well. Everwhere seems to be doing this for £93-£100 but then fou… Read more

Ouch! Another cold deal from me. (poo) I guess the only heat here is where I've been burnt.


Set on non oem inks 6 colours XL around £30 on Ebay so not to bad imo


There was a HP Officejet 3831 on here from for £20 after £10 cashback that I think would do the job.Also had free 3month instantink.


i need a good cost effective photo printer that can print from mobile devices, anyone know of one and how much per print?


I'm after a cheap to run but good quality photo printer. How have maintenance and ink costs been?

Epson XP 245 printer - £12.25 instore @ Tesco
LocalLocalFound 8th SepFound 8th Sep
epson XP 245 seen normally they are 29.99 - 34.99 or even more I think it’s bargain ..

Deal might end ..


Cant find this anywhere! Tried 3 tescos. In sw london/croydon. Can tescos staff check stock locations?


Picked one up a while back. OK for everyday printing. On the plus side you can get a full set of compatible inks on ebay for less than a fiver. Just ignore the not genuine ink message it throws at you when you've installed them.


It's a basic printer don't expect photo quality


Great printer I have an xp342. The 29 cartridges are 3.50 on eBay for a set.

Epson ELPLM11 Projection Lens from Epsom shipped by amazon with prime £432.86
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
projection lens if anybody needs one.great discount here
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Two possibilities. Its HUKD and full of sheeple who buy everything reduced they dont need because thats the mantra of this site. Sellers use this site to try make a quick buck and resell it on ebay, they have nothing to lose ( maybe postage if you are honest) as you get 30 days to return the item to Amazon so its worth a gamble.


thanks whale what the heck is going on here.everything i am posting even if it is like this.very obscure and many would not need getting grabbed.hey thanks for the messages (excited)


Also gone (highfive)

Epson Expression Home XP-245 All in One Wi-Fi Printer £28 delivered from Ryman's on Amazon
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Good price. Ryman's are currently charging £29 + £2.95 P&P on eBay or £29 + £3.95 on their own site. One of the best things about this printer is that you can get complete ref… Read more

Nice price but some terrible reviews, even on Epsons own website. Epson Reviews


I’ve got an sx445 the ink constantly blocks, mainly the black. If you don’t use it at least once every 2 weeks it’s unusable and you can’t buy a new head for it

Epson V370 photo+film scanner £99.99 @ Jessops (delivered or store collect)
Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
Great photo + film scanner, £20 cheaper than most places at the moment 4800dpi for superior quality Scan slides, film and negatives Scan bulky books and 3D objects Scan to em… Read more

This scanner does not have an A4 backlight but just enough to cover the negative strip area, so not very non-standard. A decent scanner, apart from the scanner buttons not wanting to work on my profile on Windows 10 (only on the wife's).


3D items like a book, rather than flat film. The lid will ride up on the floating hinge.


Woulda grabbed this if it could do 120 film. Also kinda lame the film holder only takes a single strip of 35mm at a time...


It depends on how old the 35mm reel print is though. If it’s more than 20 years old it might not be that stable and the solution that is used to “stick” the film being scanned onto the drum might damage the film. I know some places use lighter fluid which is like bleach on jeans to old cellulose based film. This is why film restoration companies use a purpose made scanner that works in a similar way to a projector to scan the film. But you’re right a depending on what you’re doing buying a £99 scanner to essentially make a couple of images isn’t worth it. Most print labs can knock out a professionally scanned image on a thumb drive for a fraction one the price and will even print it.


Yeah it's a pain. With the Plustek you can do a triple pass scan which removes any dust and since you feed the negatives into a slot it's obviously not going to have the problem a flatbed has where dust just floats down onto the bed.

Epson TW650 3LCD Full HD Projector - 0% Finance Available £413.99 From Jessops
Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
Cheapest I’ve seen this projector since Amazon Prime Day and to make it sweeter there’s a 24 Month Interest Free option. Would have gone for this if I’d had another 170 pounds mor… Read more
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The special offer has ended sadly. Still 450 at amazon.


the price showing £459.99 for me


My wife actually came home and told me about that. It’s what prompted me to do a google search, which is how I found the deal. It’s not a bad price, but Aldi are getting undercut by Jessops and a couple of other sellers. I suspect Epson is getting rid of all the stock for this projector and would be surprised if there’s any left come Black Friday.


I expect you are looking for further discussion on this point. I am not. I’m sorry but we will have to agree to disagree and your point about the camera is irrelevant and completely the opposite of what I said. :)


Same model is £480 in the aldi special buys this week

Now £44.99 ( Was £73.71 ) Epson Expression XP-442 Multi-Function A4 Wireless Colour Inkjet Printer @ ebuyer
Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
A compact desktop multifunction printer, fits in to the study well** Small-in-one: Save space, save money, save time Wi-Fi Direct: Wireless printing without a network Epson Con… Read more

It should tell you the cartridges are not compatible, anything else check your settings.


Wondered why mine had stopped working. Thanks for the info


Mine was xp 445 and use to use the same cheap inks.. Until i was asked to do a firmware update..unsure if they are given the update at the factory tho. I returned mine after the update to curry's under their cover warranty said it no longer takes cartridges and they were fine. There was a court case which epson won the right to protect their business as I assume they make the cash on the inks. Hp did the same but backed down after alot og complaint on the forums.


Whatttt! That's disgraceful. Do you know if this is the same on all new Epson printers? I was about to buy the XP 245 and was hoping to use complete £3.99 ink sets from eBay :/


Be warned epson have updated the firmware on these and they no longer accept 3rd party carts

Epson EB-W05 WXGA 3300 Lumens Projector - White £289.99 @ Amazon DOTD
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
Create the big screen experience: From box sets to business presentations, capture everyone's attention Bright even with ambient light: Equally high white and colour light output … Read more
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Not sure where the SVGA bit came from in the OP (autocorrect?). this is WXGA which is 1280 x 800 so 800p and just in excess of HD ready. Not great, but should be a lot better than the £50 Chinese ones. Not an expert so I could be wrong though!


Oh wow! Yeah svga is 800 x 600?! Description does not mention that. I got a gt1080 for 550 and my first projector was a gt720 from richer sounds refuribished for 150. So a new 720p short throw I would expect to pay this price. I have seen bad reviews for some of the chinese ones but you should be able to get a decent 720p for this price?


Why spending so much on a projector with such low resolution? There are loads of projectors on Amazon selling for about 40 to 50 quid with fairly good amount of positive reviews.

EPSON Expression Premium XP530 Colour All-in-One Wireless Multifunction Printer. refurbished with cartridges £22.06 delivered @ Novatech ONLY 1 AVAILABLE!. I want this but don't want a divorce for ordering another printer.
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
As I said...only 1 available. Great bargain, well reviewed. £65 quid on Amazon. This is manufacturer refurbished with 90 days warranty, buy comes with cartridges. Great bargain..… Read more

That 22 quid deal is mega worth but if you are looking for a similar printer at the 50 quid mark search for the Epson Workforce WF2630 or the XP3xx or XP4xx model ranges. Compatible inks are dirt cheap on Ebay, ideal if you print a lot.


8 quid.....but you are too late :(


On the look out for a printer, how much is for replacement cartridge?


(party) hope you enjoy it!


Ordered cheers op

Epson EB-W04 WXGA 3000 Lumens HD Ready Projector - White £230.99 @ ArgosEBay
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Bought this last week from Argos Ebay store. Cracking price for a 720p projector. Obviously not as finely detailed as 1080p, but if you’re on a budget and you seriously want a proj… Read more
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I agree I have tried one of the Chinese ones from amazon, it was good enough for £50 but it wasnt as good as i would like, It supported 1080p but the actual resolution was alot less ie it downscales . I could also see the squares of the pixels and it really needed to be a darkened room. in the end i sent it back as although it was good i would eventually want to buy a better one for around £200-£300 and that £50 one would be left on the shelf


Price jump depends on time of year. Could have got an epson on prime day full hd but similar to this for 299 but even though it doesn’t sound like a big price jump for the extra clarity I wouldn’t pay 70 pounds more. Usual prices for full hd 3lcd are around 400-500 pounds. It would be higher clarity of hd and definitely noticeable but you’d need to either wait until Black Friday or get lucky. 70 pounds might not sound like a lot, but when you already have an adequate tv and you aren’t loaded it is!


What sort would peoppe recommend for 1080p? Is there a big picture quality/price jump?


With LED a projector is far more likely to be fine or dead on arrival (in which case paypal will refund you). I'm keeping an eye out for good deals on LED projectors second hand but there's also great stuff coming out of china lately, ultra-short-throw laser projectors for £1500, that sort of thing.


It works very well even in eco mode, but don’t expect it to not be at least a little washed out in daylight at this price and spec

Epson multi pack printer ink @ Tesco Stroud green £1.85
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Full shelf full of Epson, HP, Canon Printer ink reduced Epson - was £34.00 Now £5.10 HP 300 & 301 - was £15 Now £1.80 -£2.03 Canon - was £28 Now £1.85 I picked up two HP in… Read more
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no such offers in two south wales tescos i been to today


None in Tesco longton apart kodak i think it was & tesco own brand but didn't quite look at the prices but were reduced


Great find op. Thanks!

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