Excerpt: After bad experiences with more than one Lexmark printer, I decided to give Kodak a try. I am always taking pictures with my digital camera, so the fact that this is also a photo printer was a plus! I bought this printer for about $80 at my local Wal Mart store. I love the size and overall look of the printer. I was impressed at the quality of the photos it printed to be an at-home photo printer. (It works best with Kodak paper).
Kodak ESP 3250 is great! Less expensive than expected.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Our HP printer died, and we decided to give Kodak a try because we were tired of paying so much for printer cartridges. The Kodak ESP 3250 printer cost less than expected. We've had it for almost 2 months now and have encountered no problems. We scan, copy and print with ease and with high-quality results. Wish we had made the switch sooner.
Excerpt: The Kodak ESP 3250 has turned out to be just one of those buys that you think Wow! what a great price and deal for a Kodak product.. Yes, it does provide all that is say it does.. but, I am not impressed with this product and will probably in future turn to a different brand name when upgrading this printer.. It is very loud when it prints and scans and Ink seems to run out faster then my last printer oddly..
Excerpt: The Kodak EasyShare 3250 All-in-One printer is a great value costwise for what you get: it is a fully capable scanner, copier, and printer in one relatively compact device. The ink for the device is also relatively cheap, at only around $10 for black ink and around $20 for a color cartridge (you can buy them together for a great $29 value). The printer's functions are all very easy to use.
Excerpt: While I've always liked and had good luck with HP printers and prefer to have separate items that each do their job well, the cost of HP ink is ridiculous. I happened across an open-box Kodak printer and for the great price it was marked down to, I decided to get it. With three kids in school, my part-time job from home, and that I like to print online coupons - we tend to go through ink.
Kodak ESP 3250 All-in-one is the only printer you will ever need
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Kodak ESP 3250 All-in-one InkJet Printer is the only printer that you will ever need! We just purchased ours in December 2010, during the after Christmas sales. We were looking to replace our printer that recently stopped printing. We compared the various prices of the printers that were available. And compared the prices of the replacement ink that it would later need. I am a homeschool mother so I print out worksheets and lesson plans a lot.
Kodak Esp 3250 Printer saves A LOT of money on ink
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I purchased the Kodak Esp 3250 All-in-one-Multifunction Inkjet Printer after my previous Kodak printer quit working for no reason (a different model). The other model worked great, though it was was a bit bulky and chintzy looking. I did all the troubleshooting I could and eventually had to purchase another one. It's still a pretty big printer, though that's to be expected with an all-in-one printer.
Excerpt: This printer/scanner combo seems like a good value compared to the rest of the consumer printer industry. It's main selling point is that you save money over the long term with ink, as Kodak does not subsidise its printer sales with enormous ink prices. I've seen ink cartridges for Kodak printers sell for 3 times less than the HP cartridges I used to buy.
Excerpt: My printer was on the blink and very outdated. Since we had upgrade to a digital camera I decided to buy a printer that had photo print capabilities. My son bought a printer the same time I bought this one. He bought a HP printer and I bought my Kodak. At $69. is was well worth it. The ink is cheap, as I tried to warn my son about his HP. The other materials are very reasonable. The speed is good. It is easy to install and operate.
Excerpt: We got this printer when our first printer decided to eat a pair of headphones. Because I do a lot of printing on my printers, I wanted to be sure that I got a printer that would produce good, quailty copies and pictures. I also needed something that didn't require expensive ink. I had heard good things about Kodak printers, so I decided that this was the way to go.