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Epson Expression Home XP-352 All-in-One Wireless Printer - £29.99 @ Argos
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Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Print, scan and copy with this Epson Expression Home all-in-one wireless printer. The compact size belies its versatility as a printer, scanner and a photocopier, and Claria Home I… Read more
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Hicksyboy

Bought one of these from Argos at this price but haven't opened it and set it up yet. My last two printers have been HP and they haven't lasted long and were a bit buggy, so decided to switch brands and went for Epsom. The other reason this appealed to me was that the ink cartridges seem to be a lot a cheaper. Going to set this up today. Fingers crossed I have a better experience than what I've had with HP.

Yasirsehg

Ordered. Thanks OP

batel

Got one today, thanks! And cheap inks on Prink too. Not usually had issues with cheap inks before from here so 🤞

slipd

After years as a loyal Epson follower, I've recently switched to HP. I loved my Epson's but used to find that after a few years of non-gen cartridge use, they would eventually fail... or it would take an hour and several head cleans/cartridge changes just to print a few photo's off (annoyed) Well happy with my £40 HP and I love the Instant Ink service - it's great, even for the casual user. Heat OP, but I don't think I'll be going back anytime soon (y)

hellop4nda

What the people above have said - cheap third party cartridges and you're basically set for the next few years, just make sure to print every week, or every month at the very least to keep the ink flowing or it will clog. Reality of inkjet printers, regardless of brand, before anyone decides to throw shade at these printers. :D

Expression Premium Epson XP-6000 Multi-Function Wireless Inkjet Printer £49.97 @ Ebuyer (Free Next Day Delivery)
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Expression Premium XP-6000 Forget compromise - with the XP-6000 you can produce high-quality photos and text documents from a compact and stylish all-in-one. It’s economical too, w… Read more
Gordon_Bennett

Same price on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Epson-Expression-Premium-XP-6000-Printer/dp/B075NK1VPZ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1551808397&sr=8-1&keywords=Epson+XP-6000&th=1

Gordon_Bennett

Same here. Never had a problem. Been buying 12 XL compatible cartridges one a year for 8 quid from Amazon for my XP-422.

J4GG4

Ive always updated my 7 year old one, never had a problem.

Edged

Never updated mine so maybe thats why ive had no problems.

J4GG4

I've just bought the XP8500 model from John Lewis for £79. Good deal as comes with 2 years warranty. Compatible ink cartridges are £25 a set. Not the cheapest, nor the more expensive. My old epson has lasted 7 years with compatible ink cartridges that cost only £4.95 a full set. But I heard you can refill original ink cartridges yourself.

Epson Scanner Sale - V370 V550 V600 680W - £116.99 @ Amazon
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Seems to be the cheapest ever (by quite a stretch) for all these scanners at Amazon. I've got the V550 and it's very good. Use it regularly for scanning stuff for the kids and ph… Read more
HereKittyKitty

Wow, retro! Personally, I'd go for the PlayStation Classic though

bleachingshane

Just no. This level of scanner is not for people that want to scan the odd document (most people take terrible photos of documents with their mobiles these days anyway, and those users don't even have desktop PCs or laptops ). These are for people that need high quality scans of artwork, photographs, negatives of varying formats, need the likes of Digital ICE dust and dirt removal technology. All-in-one scanners either don't cut the mustard for these uses, or don't have the ability. So essentially, most people looking at this post are not going to be people that need an all-in-one job.

chrisjackson

Guessing my post was censored 'cos it contained link to Epson site answering this (cheeky) The V370 doesn't come with medium format adapters and is lower spec'ed for scanning negatives. It looks as though the V600 (vs V550) comes with more software : it is OCR ready and comes with a version of Photoshop Elements. Also my censored post had a quotation about it being equipped to upload to USB devices (which is a bit over my head). Silverfast and Vuescan offer alternative software; or potentially only software if the scanner outlasts the manufacturer's support.

iscom

Having used many scanners over the years mainly A3 scanners I came to the conclusion it's the software the makes the diferance . I no longer have a Stand alone flat screen scanner I now use a A3 all in one Printer scanner which can scan many pages and both sides which sends files to my PC or saving to a USB / SD Card at a fraction of the cost of a stand alone scanner

philipgregson58

Which if these scan negatives or slides, especially medium format please.

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Epson multipack 29 strawberry ink £23.80 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
Genuine epson multipack ink from John Lewis for £23.80. Or go to curry’s and ask to price match which is what I did
mrsofty

Yep I agree , I’d rather buy instore thou, that’s why I got curry’s to price match. I would never buy a tv or anything from them thou as there customer service is shocking

Notanotherdeal

Amazon now appear to be pricematching John Lewis as well. For an armchair customer there is only one winner. It's a shame that JL charge for C&C.

Epson XP-6000 MPF Inkjet (Costco Reading) - £53.96
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CostCo Reading (probably others) have the Epson XP-6000 on a clearance price of 44.97+VAT = 53.96. Next cheapest is around 70-75. Compact Wi-Fi all-in-one - print, scan and copy M… Read more
wingedmonkey

I voted hot by the way, a discount is a deal regardless my views and comments on inkjets

wingedmonkey

Inkjet printer ink is ridiculously costly. If you don't use your printer often they clog up. If you don't need high quality photos then opt for a laser. Compatible toner cartridges here https://www.urefilltoner.co.uk with great advice on the best and cheapest lasers to buy for refilling

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Epson Expression Home XP-452 Print / Copy / Scan - £13.50 in-store @ Tesco
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Found this printer reduced in Tesco Llansamlet. Could be found in other stores too - worth a look.
WaxMechaniK

Gutted I missed this as I need a printer now. And my nearest store is the OP's store Tesco Llansamlet!

Meluk9

For full colour? Not always

x80ssm

Or save money by buying replica cartridges on eBay

MrPieUK

Not to mention the ink won't completely dry up even after a long time of no use.

Raani_Ruks

Anyone recommend a decent laser printer which can do a4 labels printing

Epson Expression Home XP-352 Print/Scan/Copy Wi-Fi Printer for £24.39 delivered @ Amazon UK
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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
Brutes

Wow, Great. Thanks for the update. (y)

loxell

Got mine.. Works great.. Ink included.. Bargain 👌

Brutes

Oh yes, they were supposed to be till midnight. Thanks for the info. (y)

internetred

Seems to be £42.06 now.

.MUFC.

Yes, You can decline the updates no problem. I guess Epson could prevent you using certain features if you don't update i,e Epson email print, remote print etc.. I don't use those features myself and can't confirm either way.

Epson Expression Home XP-352 £25 - Asda Crown Point
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Printer on sale half price. Cheapest one I’ve seen till now. New in Asda Crown Point
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welder299

Simply buy a laser printer

.MUFC.

Bought one of these to replace my last Epson printer which sadly stopped working, Basically some firmware error prevented it communicating with my pc. It was reliable up until that point. I paid about £30 for loads of ink off ebay and it lasted years. I like the cheap compatible inks.

zeshan.ditta

This is the problem I had with my last epson printer. Which I had owned for 5 years. That’s why had to buy a new one. So 5 years isn’t bad. Never had a problem prior to this.

djmills211

That's fair comment and point taken that I should have been more specific..... It constantly jams, often become mis-aligned, the Wi-Fi keeps needing to be re-connected, the scanner often doesnt send anything to the laptop, the print quality leaves lines on the page, regardless of cleaning the print heads with both oem or reman inks, it tells you there is a paper jam when there isn't, it has sensor issues making it say there is no paper when there is.

hellop4nda

Bad for who, the consumer, or the company's profits? Doesn't take someone in the industry for 25 years to realise that the options out there pale in comparison (think HP printers whose cartridges cost over a tenner each and last only a few hundred pages) if you print over a hundred pages a month. Maybe it would help by saying what's bad about it, instead of outright dismissing it as a valid option for everyone else, you may even find that someone could help you with your problem.

EPSON XP-455 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £39.99 Currys PC World
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Top features: Mobile print from almost anywhere Save money on ink by replacing colour cartridges individually WiFi and memory card printing without the need for a PC Mo… Read more
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lavafire

Just got one of this online, heat!

fredjk351

Epson playing "Hide n' Seek" :D

LV123

you've probably noticed by now, but it's "in" the printer... (open it as if you are replacing the cartridges) :)

nemo399

Picked one up just before closing today, opened the box 20 mins ago and there’s no power cable in there?? So confused (lol)

Hughmungus

The WD40 trick worked wonders on my 10 year old Epson. The Printer was dead long live the Printer! (y)

Epson EH-TW650 Full HD 3100 Lumens Wi-Fi Gaming and Home Cinema Projector £349.99 Amazon
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Found 24th Dec 2018Found 24th Dec 2018
EH-TW650 is a full HD 1080p, 3,100 lumens, 3LCD home cinema projector. Lose yourself in your favourite films with this Full HD projector. It is easy to move and quick to set up, so… Read more
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craig_simmonds

Nope, just been into curries and it has magically gone back up to £499 overnight :(

stevelong77

anyone still find this for 349?

NikLP

Still put off by the crippled audio options :/ :/

mbd

Looking for a first time projector in a small study - 3.2m by 2.2m. Would this be a good option for watching football, movies and occasional gaming in daylight onto a wall?

Avalon-One

That’s highly unlikely to be the projector and much more likely to be the source material.

EPSON XP-355 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £34.99 Currys
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ALSO **Get 1/3 off the marked price on ink when you buy with any printer*** Top features: - Mobile print from almost anywhere using your smartphone - Save money on ink by only … Read more
Raikkon85

This or the HP one of a similar price? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-envy-4527-all-in-one-colour-wireless-multifunction-inkjet-printer-3496-ebuyer-3128940

dealerxxx

XP-355 not 335

SeanUSX

I think you misread £199.99 - that's a different model anyway!

deepmenace

20 quid on amazon : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Epson-XP-335-Expression-Printer-Display/dp/B01433ZSY2

MarkShopper

Replacement (replica) cartridges are about £1 each on Ebay so should be affordable to run.

Epson Expression Photo XP-8500 Print/Scan/Copy Wi-Fi Printer £78.97 @ Amazon
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Found an eBuyer discount, but saw it was a little cheaper on Amazon already. Might be helpful to someone.
owczarb

if you afraid of the refill costs just use ciss, one available here: https://www.cityinkexpress.co.uk/ciss/epson/xp-8500/xp-series/empty refill bottles are really cheap on ebay

Ian654321

And it drops off the WiFi after 24 hours and needs rebooting to connect.

Ian654321

I’ve got one of these and it’s rubbish. Ink dries up in the pipes if you use it infrequently meaning I have to do a full head clean every time I use it.

MarkShopper

Look at the cost of ink cartridges, even a set of compatibles for this one is nearly £30!

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

This V600 is what my local Snappy Snaps uses.

energy80s

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

MusicmanJP

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.

toaster

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.

Besford

Sounds like good advice.

Epson EH-TW6700 Full HD 1080p 3D Projector - £749.99 @ Jessops
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Epson EH-TW6700 Full HD 1080p 3D Projector - £749.99 @ Jessops
£749.99£899.9917%Jessops Deals
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
pivcio

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

Jay_of_Telford

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.

pivcio

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:https://www.visunext.co.uk/en/optoma-uhd300x.html?channable=e22761.MTAwMDAwMzM3MA&gclid=Cj0KCQiAxZPgBRCmARIsAOrTHSbLhdkwePi8LHR-hej3C5ja11lwu9aJkhNqtyuZYqDbUMMd9DKPmi8aAs_XEALw_wcB

pivcio

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

bozkurt1881

sorry to late reply ,yes https://www.amazon.co.uk/Optoma-UHD300X-2200-Lumens-Projector-White/dp/B079RBF3W3 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,

50% off Epson Black Ink Cartridges at Currys w/code Eg EPSON 378 Squirrel Black Cartridge £4.73 / EPSON Pen Crossword T1621 £5.49 @ Currys
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50% off Epson Black Ink Cartridges at Currys w/code Eg EPSON 378 Squirrel Black Cartridge £4.73 / EPSON Pen Crossword T1621 £5.49 @ Currys
£4.73£9.4750%Currys PC World Deals
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banita

wow it will last for 175 pages ...

grex9101

It's a decent deal, just disappointed that not all types/sizes/colours qualify. Not your fault, OP and I voted hot regardless. Poor show on Curry's part imo.

Epson EH-TW7300 4K Enhanced 2300 Lumens Projector - White £899.99 @ Amazon
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Epson EH-TW7300 4K Enhanced 2300 Lumens Projector - White £899.99 @ Amazon
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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
stkrup

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.

colin_whitehead

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

kenco

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

Cp52

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

sibeer

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
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EPSON EH-TW650 Full HD Home Cinema Projector £449.99 Currys
- 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
modelman

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

shopar_artiz

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

modelman

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

adarsh_bhulani

Got for 289 last week. Awaiting delivery

sibeer

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

Amazon offer - 25% off selected Epson Ink products e.g Epson C13T16264511 16 Easymail Ink Cartridge (Multi-Pack), Genuine £21.50
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Amazon offer - 25% off selected Epson Ink products e.g Epson C13T16264511 16 Easymail Ink Cartridge (Multi-Pack), Genuine £21.50
£21.50£34.5038%Amazon Deals
Pen16 offered at a good price (£21) I track this on ebay and is not much cheaper
amazoncrazy

congratulations on your first post.have some heat :)

Epson EH-TW5650 Full HD 3D, 2500 Lumens 1080p Projector £599.99 jessops
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Epson EH-TW5650 Full HD 3D, 2500 Lumens 1080p Projector £599.99 jessops
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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wharf82

Price shows a £749 for me - do i need to enter code?

Rob_Deeley

Do you men this model, the one posted?

rehydrated

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

colourpie

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!

Rob_Deeley

£290...?

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