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Epson 288 Cartridge Packs
Epson 288 Cartridge Packs
Category: Blogs
Author: Janet Maidment
Posted: Feb 7, 2018 11:24 AM
Synopsis:

The Epson 288 cartridge packs are now available to purchase.
These value packs give you the option to save when buying your 288 ink cartridge refills as the pack prices are a cheaper option than purchasing cartridge refills individually.

Epson printer models XP-240, XP-340, XP-344 & XP-440 use the 288 ink cartridges.


 

Ink Bottle Printers
Ink Bottle Printers
Category: Blogs
Author: Janet Maidment
Posted: Dec 15, 2017 06:36 AM
Synopsis:

The new revolution of low cost home and business printing - the major manufacturers have finally caught on - we're all sick of changing and purchasing ink cartridges. Canon, Epson and Hewlett Packard have all produced a range of inkjet printers for high volume printing at a lower cost.  Meaning you don't have to continually purchase ink cartridges, as the printers are re-filled using bottle ink. You can use genuine inks produced by Canon, Epson and HP to refill the machines so you know you're print head isn't being damaged by third party printer inks and your machine will last.  Whether it's high volume printing or photos, printing costs are now much more affordable. Fantastic, what's the catch I hear you say - and let's be honest there is always a catch - the bottle ink refilled printers are a bit costly to purchase - buy hey the running costs are minimal, so that's a plus right? So let's see what the manufacturers have to offer.


Why to avoid cheap ink and toner cartridge retailers
Why to avoid cheap ink and toner cartridge retailers
Category: Blogs
Author: David Maidment
Posted: May 24, 2016 02:58 PM
Synopsis:

Cheap ink and toner cartridges are very tempting but is there a catch?  We ran a test to find out.