Pros: I bought this Epson Stylus SX125 sometime ago and it was the WORST purchase I have ever done in my entire LIFE!! I have had a few printers in my past and I have never heard of a printer not allowing you to print anything if a single cartridge is missing or if is running out of ink!! Here: This pr...
Summary: Had this thing for about a year now and it is THE worst printer that I've not only ever owned, but ever used as well! What's wrong with it? 1. You can't print in just black. Most printers allow you to print in just black, this one doesn't. 2.
Summary: If you want to get poor, buy this printer. ItÂ´s burning colours for monochrome printing, ink available for extreme high price only, it donÂ´t print anything out if 1 colour is empty. Minimum costs per page 0.37 GBP.
Summary: You just have to look at the number of bad reviews to know I'm not alone with my opinion. As I write 31 at 1 star compared to 25 a 5 stars. The fact it is packaged without the cable you need to use it is an indication of the philosophy of this printer. At first I felt this printer was acceptable.
Summary: Worked fine for a couple of months. Runs out of ink, or detects it has, very quickly, and now is not feeding paper. Problems are erratic, Epson's site not much help. Basically disposable, and it's a large lump of plastic with a working scanner that's going to landfill, which is a shame.
Pros: I bought this Epson Stylus SX125 sometime ago and it was the WORST purchase I have ever done in my entire LIFE!!, I have had a few printers in my past and I have never heard of a printer not allowing you to print anything if a single cartridge is missing or if is running out of ink!!, Here:, This...
Summary: My reason for purchasing this all-in-one was primarily to print out university work and to scan in documents related to my work. I now sit here, a day before my assignment is due feeling incredibly frustrated at how useless this printer is.
Summary: I bought one of these for home use from Staples because of the price, and very quickly realised that I had been completely suckered. This is a prime example of cynical consumer manipulation. Printer £35 (they took £30 because I negotiated at the till) followed by a lifetime of ink at £36 a time.
Summary: Treat this as a disposable printer and just throw it when the ink runs out, original replacement cartridges cost more than the printer and it is designed/programed to refuse to work with non original or refilled cartridges.