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GSM Super Star Sep 28, 2003 02:47 PM

Amazing Printer Ink Site......
This is the cheapest site I have ever seen for printer ink. I have just tried the ink they sent me and its no different to the epson original stuff. Also if you select 2nd Class, delivery is free.


If anyone knows of a cheaper site let me know :)

the conductor Sep 28, 2003 05:23 PM

Well, this was an easy one to sort out.


Cheaper than the site you have been to - check it out. Cheaper for Originals as well !

C0UGAR UK Sep 28, 2003 08:31 PM

the conductor. I use Print-Rite compatibles for my Epson I have used them for years and get them for £4 a pair, I buy 10 pairs at a time for the kids.
The site GSM Super Star mentioned I can get
3 pairs for £10.54 with free 2nd class shipping, I ordered 6 pairs, will do for the kids for the price, it is a well laid out site too GSM, might try one myself to see what the quality is like.

Also Inkraiders original BK twin packs cost more than 2 singles

the conductor Sep 29, 2003 01:40 AM

That is not so in my case - guess it all depends on what printer you have and what application you are printing. I do high presentation work mainly and have yet to find a compatible that is as good as the original.
Let's take an example - I currently have the Epson C80 on the bench:

Eurojet price for any colour compatible- £ 5-99
Inkraider any colour compatible - £4-49
Eurojet for Epson Original triple pack £28-99
Inkraider for Epson Original triple pack £25-95

Admittedly there is a £1-41 delivery charge but when I use this option, the parcel still arrives the next morning, even when I have ordered late afternoon! So, as I said it all depends on what printer. Im not argueing that one company is better than the other, just in my case this is not so. My experiences with compatibles so far have not been good - inconsistent quantities in the cartridges, spluttering on high density printing, one or more inks not appearing to "soak in" to the paper as much as the others leaving a raised amount on the printout. But dont get me wrong - I havent tried Colourjet, I may do on a secondary printer to try them out. Personally, as my presentation has to be consistantly good, I would prefer to stick with the originals for just a couple of pounds more. I suppose if it was for the kids then yes, it makes sense.

Dave2986 Sep 29, 2003 01:55 AM

im having issues with eurojet at the moment, been waiting 3 weeks for delivery :(

Lazza Sep 29, 2003 03:24 AM


You guy's pay a lot for your Epson ink. :D

Go [URL=***********]HERE[/URL] and it's much cheaper and ALL with FREE postage. Best compat ink I've used yet in my C44 and very reliable too.

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