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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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spuds

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Good reminder about Computer Fairs. Where I live, there use to be at least three run on a very regular basis by different companies doing the organising . Now there are none. One packed up, two merged and finally packed up. Apparently there was just no longer any profit in them?.

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Woolwell

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The nearest computer fair for me is 120 miles away.

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BT

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Plenty of CISS systems are available for the SX series printers. I got mine from a French company on Ebay. I'm not normally an Ebay fan but got excellent service from the company I ordered from. A system complete with 100ml each of Pigment inks for £41 including postage from France. 100ml of ink is approximately equivalent to 16 sets of cartridges so the saving is worth it.

If you want compatible cartridges you can't beat Tescos. Not as cheap as some online but they last for ages.

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spuds

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BT

I seem to recall that someone on the forum, suggested that Tesco compatibles were re-branded Jet Tec cartridges?.

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BT

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spuds

I've also heard that, but its handy if you need some in a hurry, and as I said they last for ages, and about half the price of OEM.

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