Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo PX720WD
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Three years on, I want to throw it out of the window
Suzie S, Amazon
13 March 2014
Summary: We have wasted so much ink, paper, money and time trying to make this printer carry on functioning as it should. Bought for creative projects but has been so disappointing. It rejects all refilled cartridges so have to spend £60 on a set of 5 new ones from Epson (expensive, & a disgusting waste of...
Summary: The epson printer scanner PX 720WD has a fine quality photo print and worked OK at first but now has trouble feeding paper and initiating new ink casettes. It has wasted me a lot of time and ink. It's back to the help centre again and perhaps a better model in the near future.
Summary: I have had to think long and hard about this review due to the balance between pro's and con's. The pro's first, this printer is a heavy bit of kit and feels like a well made printer it's fairly quiet when printing and does not cause my whole desk to start vibrating and rattling when printing.
Ive been a big fan of Epson printers, just bought Epson 720 WD
14 December 2011
Excerpt: My pal phoned me for advice about buying a new printer, so I did a bit of poking around for him and when I read the spec of the Epson Stylus Photo PX720WD I was very impressed, so much so I bought one as well!
Pros: Functionality and print quality is exceptional . Price is well worth the money
Summary: I had been comparing all in ones and this was my first choice. I was going to get it as a Christmas present until while doing further research I found that Amazon had one listed at £48.99p. I double checked and yes it was a new one so did not hesitate further and grabbed it.
Summary: I had to replace my Epson R200 as no drivers for W7. I chose the PX720WD as I wanted a photo printer and I wanted wireless. Wireless is brilliant if you have multiple laptops (as I do). The duplex printing is also a nice function.
Summary: I bought this printer after looking at most if not all the alternatives. I needed a printer that would give me very good quality A4 photographs, and whilst I have not used it too much to date, my initial results are excellent. Scans are prety faithfull as well.