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looking for compatible inks for epson printer


edd78

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hi all

i was wandering what inks are compatible with my epson stylus sx438w printer dont' want to buy from epson as it is to expensive.

regards

eddy

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rdave13

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I've been using Inkredible for my Epson D92 with no problems so far.

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spuds

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Have a look at eBay, that is where I get my all compatibles from. For your model, less than £1.00 each?.

You could also consider a CISS or refillable system for that model. Might work out cheaper, if you are a big user?.

Check the feedback rating of the seller first.

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Nontek

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I also use Inkredible, very good service and price!

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rdave13

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Nontek , hope you're well. Not seen you here for a while?

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Nontek

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rdave13

Thanks for asking - been in hospital, small Procedure (previously known as Operation), could have been more serious, must go again next week for further full-body CT scan.

But feeling OK ... thanks again!

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rdave13

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Nontek you were the one that recommendeed Inkredible here first. Excellent service until Epson and others make it more difficult for third parties to produce compatibe inks.

On the mend I think, NHS the best there is, even if adverse pubilcity now and again. Nice to hear from you.

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woodchip

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Get mine from Computer fair £5 for set of 5 Epson RX620

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Woolwell

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I have found Tesco to be fine.

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Woolwell

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woodchip - That is fine but I haven't got a computer fair anywhere near me. I would spend more on the travel than I would save.

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woodchip

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Check the Net for Faires

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