Replacing ink Cartridges

Many times when you purchase a printer after a month or two of printing those wonderful and colourful pages, photos or homework assignments you notice how quick you tend to run out of ink.

I normally find it cheaper to just toss the printer into the trash and purchase a new one rather than replacing the ink cartridges. Cartridges normally cost just as much if not more than what I paid for the printer. I guess you can see what I am getting at. Why buy a new ink cartridge when I can get a whole new printer for the same amount of cash?

Not so is the case with the Epson Stylus D92 Printer. It has four individual ink cartridges at a price of only £6.99 each, which makes it very cost-effective as you only have to replace the individual colour. So if the black, blue, yellow or magenta ink colour runs out that’s the only ink cartridge you have to replace.

Before you consider tossing out your printer have a look at they offer both the original and compatible Epson Stylus D92 Printer Ink cartridges starting at only £3.49 each, including the VAT. Now those are ink cartridges worth replacing.

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