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Buy 1 Get 1 Free Photo Paper + Extra 5% Off w/code + Free Delivery @ Cartridge People - prices from £3.51 Delivered
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Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Thought this might be useful for printing out those Bank Holiday / Half Term Family moments, All Photo Paper on the Get Deal link are Buy One Get One Free (just add 1 to basket, t… Read more
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Peacemonster

Just bought 50 10cmx15cm for £2.99, bargain.

Peacemonster

Hot deal. Good company to deal with to. Thank you.

Epson XP-247 Wireless printer + Set of Ink cartridges, photo paper, plain paper and Next Day Delivery £35 @ Cartridge People
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Found 5th Dec 2017Found 5th Dec 2017
Good little printer bundle for £35. Comes with a set of compatible inks, photo paper, printing paper and Next day del - Add to basket and use code EPSON247 to drop the price. Us… Read more
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aj2001

Thanks oscar222 Hope this works, but you are right I left it unused for months. If it doesn't is there anything else I can do maybe manually clean or replace something. I like my sx610fw it has the document feeder, wireless printing, fax and built in screen and memory card readers. I don't want to throw it

Kookykat

Agreed! I've got one of these printers & been buying my inks from eBay cheap :3

0scar222

Have used this http://www.ssclg.com/epsone.shtml utility in past worked well on old Epson printer does heavy clean and can just clean one nozzle Can also reset ink counter as printer calculates when cleaning sponge full then shuts of printer Also best way to keep nozzles clean is never leave printer unused for long Not had problems with XP 422 and its had about 10 cheap carts through it But it gets used regular if not i just run clean cycle to get ink through head but if you have Epson carts in you cant afford to do this and waste expensive ink

aj2001

You are lucky to not have seen them clogged up. Every time you switch them on they perform a cleaning cycle and there is only small sponge in the printer to absorb the ink and that is not easy to clean. The carts are just ink and true they might not get clogged but the printer nozzle is fixed to the printer and that does get clogged up and it's not easy to clean. I still have my old epson sx610fw and it doesn't print from black cart the printer goes through the motion of printing but clean sheet of paper comes out. I hope epson have improved new models. Anyone with knowledge on how to clean the print head nozzles on sx610fw please share.

0scar222

Never had any problems with carts i have the xp 422 takes same carts it detects non Epson puts message up but works ok Seem to last well , dont think will clog as epson carts are just ink tanks ie no nozzles to clog

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Epson A4 photo paper 40 sheets £10.99 BOGOF @ Argos c&c or plus £3.95 delivery
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Found 20th Aug 2017Found 20th Aug 2017
its 20 sheets each pack buy one get one free. total 40 sheet 190gsm
michaeljb

No, the clear bits just come out white and on the hologram the Queen had a tash :{

y-oh-y

Ah, what about the £10 notes? I know they won't be accepted if you use black ink only.

kay9

that'll be illegal milady.

y-oh-y

Is this any good for reproducing the new £5 notes?

kay9

why cold this is cheap?

Big packs (~200 sheets) of HP photo paper £2 @ Max Spielmann (within Tescos)
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LocalLocalFound 25th May 2017Found 25th May 2017
Max Spielmann (located within Tescos) have massive packs of HP photo paper at £2, with a little sign saying "manager's special". So far as I can tell it seems they have swapped pri… Read more
morpho

In response to this posting I called in the photo shop of my local Tesco,(Newbury Extra, Pinchington Lane), yesterday (1/06/17). They had it there exactly as the poster described and I purchased a pack to try with my Canon 4200 Inkjet printer. The test photo printed perfectly on this glossy,(not thin), paper and it is likely I will buy 1 more pack for use as trial prints before making 10x8`s on expensive paper. The assistant was surprised and pleased that it was being promoted on HUKD. he said they had quite a bit in stock.

fedex1401

I expect they'll be waiting for the subsequent rush on print cartridges! :{

Kodak Photo Glossy A4 180 GSM Paper - 50 Sheet Pack £4.25 Prime / £9 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Found 17th Feb 2017Found 17th Feb 2017
Might be of interest to any Prime members or anyone looking at making a purchase totalling £20 or more from Amazon. I was looking for some A4 glossy printer paper to use with my H… Read more
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VimesUK

What I posted also applies to my £25 Epson XP-325 printer when using Epson's incredible ULTRA photo paper, even compared to their Premium type. The difference really has been most noticeable and makes a worthy difference. The Canon printer has been a damn good one for photos, as well as printing onto DVD and CD's. That did cost quite a bit as I bought it when first released. It was my first introduction to the possibility of wireless printing, even though it does have an Ethernet port as well as the std USB connection. As a very broad generalisation I would favour.... 1. Epson 2. Canon 3. Go back to 1 I have had HP in the past and consider them quite a poor choice these days over that of an Epson printer. The Epson XP-760 that I have just bought today has cost £99 but then I get £30 money back from Epson. So for that very capable printer it costs just under £70. Screen calibration as well as ensuring that you compensate on what you see with a printed test photo by using the advanced printer settings to boost colours etc can help a great deal. A big frustration can be what you see on the screen is not what you see from the printer. The Canon noted.... http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/printers/51110/canon-pixma-mg6250-review .... is indeed excellent and yet I find that I can get VERY acceptable photos from using the £25 noted Epson printer, with a few adjustments by software before printing. If you ever consider changing your printer I would suggest placing Epson and then Canon towards the top of your choices but also consider most strongly the ability to buy cheap inks...!

sabresonic

Thanks, I see the Canon and the Epson XP-760 are around the c£100 mark so you may be getting better results because your using better printers than me? As for HP Envy it only cost £35 so my expectations weren't very high, I also got a free £15 Amazon voucher from Swagbucks via MoneySavingExpert. That, and with the 5 months Instant Ink it was a bargain. It just so happened that my last printer suddenly decided that it didn't want to be a printer anymore so the HP came along just at the right time. I was only using it for documents but I was surprised with the quality of the photos it printed. I've had a poor experience when it comes to photo printing with my last three printers and because of that had decided to use on-line printing services but I didn't get great results every time from them either. I'm no expert but I may have reached the limitations of the HP Envy and may not see much improvement moving up to the Ultra level but I'll keep my eye on them and if I see them on offer I'll pick some up to try, maybe when I'm printing A4 photos I'll notice the difference more, anyway, thanks for heads up.

VimesUK

I have a Canon PIXMA MG6250 and also a Epson XP-325. I have used a Epson XP-760 and was very impressed with it. In fact I have just ordered one today posted in another deal and the Canon printer will go to my Son. Forgot to mention heat added as it is still a good price, but like noted I prefer the Ultra range of papers.

sabresonic

Can I ask, what printer are you using?

VimesUK

I have found these to be just ok but that might be because I then compared then to the Ultra paper. The same applies to the Epson range when comparing their premium to their Ultra paper. White might be white but it does seem that the Ultra take that to another level, in terms of the differences when looking at them. Maybe there are other differences as well but when using the Ultra paper and then printing the same photo on the other, the photo looks far more saturated, colourful and vivid, with the std one looking quite washed out by comparison. I don't print many A4 photos but when I do I now go for the Ultra range of paper. When I can find them the Epson range of Ultra paper seem to be good.

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Kodak Ultra Premium photo paper 20 sheets A4 £3 @ Sainsbury's instore
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20 sheet pack of this paper reduced from £10 to £3 in store in Nairn, but still showing as £10 on Sainsbury's website. Currys/PC World have the 50 sheet pack at £16.99, so you coul… Read more
Nenen

I bought two of these and there were two more left at the Cambridge Coldham Lane branch at 11.30 today. Many thanks OP.

1 ream, 500 sheets Xerox A4 White Printer paper £2.50 or £3 INSTORE @ Asda Shirley Solihull
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Instore at Asda Parkgate, Shirley, Solihull...not sure if national. £3 for Xerox Premier and £2.50 for Xerox Performer. Both A4 80 GSM white paper. Bargain for branded printer pape… Read more
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maprel

cheaper here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/staples-a4-paper-ream-5-x-500-reams-10-99-online-only-works-out-2-20-per-ream-2301219

neal

damn, no fax! can you email me a pdf and I can print that out instead?

djames108

wilkos stuff is £2.40. No diffence other than packaging ;) that's standard price and in any store, enjoy!

miffyl

I've run out - would you fax me some please?

pingusdead

Next time that deal's on at Staples, bung it up on HUKD!! Brilliant price

Polaroid Photo Paper 220gsm 50 Sheets 6x4, or 12 sheets A4 - £1 @ Poundland
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Poundland are stocking the Polaroid premium gloss photo paper again (this had been on HUKD in the past). They were in the Kilburn, London store in both sizes and seem to print very… Read more
Franco78

Whatever! It isn't dull - it's glossy. Get your facts right. What EVA!!!

Franco78

Does that mean it isn't a good deal? Keep your ego out of this HUKDelite. A hot deal is a hot deal. I'm not playing around with you. :{

choice4

prefer lidl photo paper they are clear and sharp, this one is dull and paper poor quality

HP 343 Photo Starter Pack (343 Cart + 60 sheets of 6x4 photo paper) - Scans at £6.38 @ Boots
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Found 18th Dec 2011Found 18th Dec 2011
HP 343 Photo Starter Pack (343 Cart + 60 sheets of 6x4 photo paper) were on the shelves, marked down to £17 or so, for clearance. When I got to the till these scanned at the till… Read more
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Darzen

They bought 1 first, then another 2

Darzen

Do I or don't I , hardly use my photo printer but for this price it may be worth getting an extra pack

toonarmani

Very pleased all round and 180 sheets should last me a fair while Did you buy 2 or 3 packs? as I thought there were 60 sheets in a pack...

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