Excerpt: I have had 2 of these, each new and each used for over a year or more. They feel sturdy and give sound, reliable service unless/until a serious paper jam possibly whacks the printer out of shape enough that the motor or motorhead breaks or is damaged. Then cost of repair and having to drive to service center possibly very far away, if even still open, sinks your boat! The machine is also fussy about how paper is fed into it, quality, how much.
Summary: I have had 2 of these, each new and each used for over a year or more. They feel sturdy and give sound, reliable service unless/until a serious paper jam possibly whacks the printer out of shape enough that the motor or motorhead breaks or is damaged.
Summary: This printer may not be for everyone, but if you do any kind of craft work that requires WATERPROOF images, this is a great printer. It prints great color images even on plain copy paper. The inks are pigment rather than dye based, which makes them waterproof. They are not quite as vibrant as dye based ink, but I find with dye based ink, even with waterproofing products, there is always some blurring, and a pinkish cast to the light-colored areas of an image, when I use...
Summary: Easy to use and very flexable in printing. The main negative is the ink nozzles clog after use and the printer is useless. Epson claims it is because of using other ink cartriges not Epson's. This is my third Epson printer and they all had the same problem. The Epson printers are too good to avoid!
Excerpt: Decent printer over all. We bought this printer to match the other three that we own. My printer was the last to be switched over. The" bad" because that is what I look for when I read reviews of items I am thinking about buying. 1.The print speed seems to be a bit slower than my old printer. 2. it seems to go through a lot of magenta ink compared to the other cartridges. 3. I would like to see a larger black ink cartridge since I print a lot of spread sheets.