cheapest printer inks

  jarani 18:08 07 Aug 06

i know this has been covered before - apologies for that - the best i can find is choice stationery - any improvement on that ? - jarani

  anskyber 18:23 07 Aug 06

I use click here because I have a Canon printer and the prices are excellent for the type I require. So far (14 months) no problems with this supplier.

  Jackcoms 18:29 07 Aug 06

Regularly recommended in these Forums (and I have no complaints) click here

  Joe R 18:58 07 Aug 06

Another forum recommended site. click here

  Stuartli 19:07 07 Aug 06

click here

Don't know how they do it for the price..:-)

  961 19:16 07 Aug 06

I don't mean not messing up the printer. I mean the actual result

You may find that buying manufacturers cartridges in quantity may work out as cheap and better quality

  Stuartli 19:21 07 Aug 06

The compatible Epson R200/300 cartridges I've bought from this source (I got three sets to get the best from the CityLink courier charge) are Sumvision badged (of MP3 player fame) and are, as best as I can make out, rebadged versions of similar products from other sources at much higher prices.

Certainly the photo quality is first class on A4 prints of our main hanging basket and a beautiful bouquet sent by a friend to the other half - they were taken on a 2MB digital camera in the middle of last week.

By the way the overall cost of under £18 for three full sets is only about 50 per more than one Epson genuine cartridge..:-)

  Stuartli 19:22 07 Aug 06

...only about 50 per cent more than one....

  spuds 19:25 07 Aug 06
  961 19:27 07 Aug 06

You may well be right

I'm an HP printer guy. I find that the genuine HP cartridges from Dabs etc in twin packs are just as cheap as remanufactured etc. Epson may well be different

  ROYSTERO 19:51 07 Aug 06

Good bargains on Choice Stationery this week,10% off normal prices click here

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