Summary: We purchased this printer as a reconditioned unit for our preschool. We were a bit hesitant about getting one reconditioned but we were unable to get the same model as we had had before and this was the nearest we could get.
Summary: Brought this printer only had it 1 week and told me it was out of paper even though it clearly had paper but wouldn't accept it..as we couldn't print anything sent printer back and they sent a replacement ....
only to find that it was the printer that was dead EXTREMELY poor on ink usage efficiency as wlel
5 August 2014
Summary: Brokw down on me after 2 years. Spent more money trying to replace the cartridges and power supply, only to find that it was the printer that was dead EXTREMELY poor on ink usage efficiency as wlel.
I am disgusted with this product I did not get it set ...
9 July 2014
Summary: I am disgusted with this product I did not get it set up strait away as I was having problems with my computer eventualy I had to buy a new computer well the man from the shop I bought the computer from tried to set my printer up as I am 73 years old ive set them up in the past but as I am in a lot...
Summary: Simply the worst printer I have ever owned. Cartridges last half the time they should "running out of ink" Controlled by a chip that calculates the amount of cycles run through before telling you it needs to be replaced when it doesn't.
Summary: This has got to be, without a doubt the worst printer I have ever owned. Whilst the wi-fi function is a nice thing to have the fact that the printer eats the printer cartridges at a rate of knots makes this an expensive piece of equipment.
The Kodak ESP C310 printer eats ink faster than I eat crisps!
20 October 2012
Excerpt: We bought a Kodak ESP C310 all-in-on printer only a short time before we were due to move home in May 2012 although remembering exactly which shop isn't quite so easy as it could have been Tesco, Comet or Currys although my recollection seems to be Tesco.
Summary: I can't advise how irritating this printer is! Paper continually jams in it, (1 out of 2 sheets won't go through at all and I end up putting on the fire!) Also it looks as though it's unrepairable, as you can't take it apart to get at the parts. Don't bother!
Summary: Bought this printer in July, just wanted a reliable printer for occasional home use. Set up was Ok and initially no problems encountered. then we had problems printing, and online dianostics advised a new print head was required. Already??