Summary: I bought this printer from a local charity shop for £15 when my main printer went down and I needed a printer just to churn out some prints. I read the reviews on this page and honestly wondered what the hell was wrong with people, all inkjet printers demand a certain level of care to keep running,...
Summary: I bought this printer in approximately 2004. At the time I was simply a college student looking for a reliable printer to churn out papers, homework assignments, and maybe a few photos of my friends and I relaxing on the weekends. I'd had Epsons before and liked them.
Summary: This printer is now discontinued. I note that it still shows up for sale (both new and used), so I decided it's still worth mentioning (and warning). I bought this at a show where the dealer was printing a continuous photo-paper roll of on-the-spot shapshots of customers. What a great demo!
Summary: I've owned this printer for about 3 years. I was so impressed with the quality of the photo prints that I had to have it! I always clean and align the heads before I use it. You really can only use Epson photo paper with it. I tried an off brand and what a mess!
Summary: I stuck with Epson because I really liked my old reliable Stylus Color 400....but I have some issues with this printer! Yes - this printer can print a remarkable photo! But - as many have pointed out here - it requires consistent cleaning of the print heads. What does this mean?
Summary: I've put this printer through the paces for almost three years now. I do landscape paintings in oil and reference photos are a must as well as color accuracey. This baby is a workhorse. From wedding photos to graphic art on t-shirt transfers this printer has been flawless.
Summary: I hate this printer so bad that I will NEVER buy an Epson printer again. I have had it for about three years, and should have taken it back in the beginning. If you put more than one sheet of paper in at a time, it almost always jams.
Summary: Plain Simple, Printer stop working correctly, you have to clean the heads 3 or 4 times and it takes almost half of your ink!!!! I have a readline in my printings, definetly, the worst printer ever.
Summary: I have to admit, when I read most of these reviews, it scared me away from this printer. I found it on Ebay for 30 dollars and once seeing everything here, it almost seemed like it was not worth it. Well, I decided to go ahead and try it out regardless of the reviews and take my chances.