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Where to buy set of Epson inks ?


JohnHorne 9 1.0k
14 Dec 2005 3:35AM
I need to buy a set of new ink cartridges for my Epson R1800. Apart from the fact that Epson's own sales website (www.buyepson.co.uk) shows that they are out of stock of most inks, they don't seem to offer a pack containing one of each ink cartridge. Do you know where I can buy a complete set ? I've tried the ePZ shop and ploughed through a good many other websites but haven't yet found anywhere that sells anything other than the individual cartridges.

By the way, I'm looking for genuine Epson inks, not "compatible" inks.

Thanks
John

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digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2005 3:37AM
The Ink Factory have both original and compatible.

Ian
JohnHorne 9 1.0k
14 Dec 2005 3:45AM
Ian - Thanks, but they seem to offer the cartridges individually rather than as a complete pack. I was under the impression that a complete set of the eight inks was available at a more economic price than buying the eight inks individually, but perhaps not ?

John
jeanie e2
10 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2005 3:51AM
how about here John?

Epson R1800

I use them - cos they are literally at the end of my street!
Checked the site and they seem to have cartridges in stock, and I have bought a full set for the r300 from them... hope they can assist you.
Jeanie
JohnHorne 9 1.0k
14 Dec 2005 3:56AM
Thanks Jeanie. Again, they appear to offer the eight inks individually but not as a set.

John
jeanie e2
10 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2005 3:58AM
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bad luck, sorry...
digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2005 4:15AM
Must admit I've never seen the inks sold as a set John.

Ian
p-g 10 126 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2005 5:02AM
I always use Inkraider for my Canon inks. No sets but seem cheaper than the two links above.
Inkraider
AdrianTurner 10 350 Wales
14 Dec 2005 5:21AM
John, I have never seen inks for my 2100 sold in sets, but why would you want a set? my colours run out at very different times.
stuwhitt 10 1.4k United Kingdom
14 Dec 2005 5:41AM
Try here
p-g 10 126 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2005 5:52AM
Still around 8.00 cheaper to buy loose from Inkraider even when you add on the postage.
JohnHorne 9 1.0k
14 Dec 2005 6:09AM
Thanks Stu - that's just what I was looking for.

Adrian (digiart) - 79.65 for the complete set versus 89.66 for all the inks individually from Stu's Britink link. Plus 0.99 postage.

Paul - dead right - 71.52 plus 1.41 postage from your Inkraider link.

Adrian - yes, my inks run out at different times too ! Given that they all run out eventually it is worth buying a complete set if it saves money. From time-to-time I will need to buy some individual cartridges of course. The cyan seems to disappear fastest.

Thanks for these links - very much appreciated.
John
stevebutler 10 122 England
14 Dec 2005 6:45AM
I get mine from here. The cheapest I have seen them (9.52 each) and the postage is free up to a certain amount. That way I order one or two cartridges as I need them without worrying about combining items for postage www.valueshop.co.uk

Steve!
Westers 10 3.9k 1 Burkina Faso
14 Dec 2005 6:48AM
I'll soon be needing this info so thanks for starting the thread.
mini670 10 172 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2005 7:05AM
This company i use doesn`t do the r1800 inks but i thought i share for any people who use epsons.

I believe a set of R300 inks cost around 7-8, i use them general purpose.

tom

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