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Anonymous
October 24, 2004 7:21:10 PM

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Well, arg, after discovering retail stores don't carry ink cartridges
for my printer, I'm at Epson's site looking to buy. I've looked at
third-party carts, but my last Epson died after using a third-party,
and I've decided to go Epson brand.

At Epson's site, they allow me to enter a "discount code", and these
are expensive enough I'd like that option. Anyone know of how I can
find Epson "discount codes" for replacement ink cartridges?

My printer is an Epson Stylus Color 960. Please, if you are a
third-party vendor, don't reply to this post with inane info about how
your ink is good. The price of taking a chance on bad ink is too
high.

Thanks for any info!
Tom in Colorado Springs
October 25, 2004 5:57:43 AM

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--
"tstockma" <tstockma@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:eeaf4ea7.0410241421.46a30bb0@posting.google.com...
> My printer is an Epson Stylus Color 960. Please, if you are a
> third-party vendor, don't reply to this post with inane info about how
> your ink is good. The price of taking a chance on bad ink is too
> high.
>
> Thanks for any info!
> Tom in Colorado Springs

Okay and OK Tom I won't mention a word about how good any old compatible
cartridge or ink can be. They are obviously lousy in your printer. But as
we're growing so fast with repeat business it means all our users are
wrong?? You need urgent help for a condition called brain washing. Have you
looked carefully where Epson cartridges are made - Indonesia, Malasia and
every other sweat shop economy.
Most flat earther's also deny that the human genome is now decoded. By
comparison unravelling the 5 , or is it 6 essential ingredients in printer
ink is sure complex. Sad really cos that means that all Las Vegas and maybe
Nevada residents mislead the American public. They're all inane, Oh my...
Tony
Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
drop pants to reply
October 25, 2004 5:57:44 AM

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I guess you don't think anybody SHOULD use oem inks,right?
Well that is all I ever use also!If that's what he wants to use,I think he
has a right to.If you would offer a warranty to repair printers using your
inks,that clog the printheads,I might look into it! The only warranty I can
find for most clone inks,is to replace the "defective"cartridge.But first
you have to send the cartridge back,at your expence.That and the time I
waste running to the post office make experimenting too costly!I have read
some good things about JetTec in everyday printing,but I have read some bad
reports in quality photo printing.Colors don't seem to match exactly and the
prints are not as long lived.I do agree ink prices are too high,and the
formulas should not be that hard to match.Maybe in the future,I will try
your inks in an older printer,that I can toss if it gets screwed up!
"Tony" <auct1@pantsaah-haa.com> wrote in message
news:3oudnV1pg9XT0uHcRVn-3Q@nildram.net...
>
>
> --
> "tstockma" <tstockma@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:eeaf4ea7.0410241421.46a30bb0@posting.google.com...
>> My printer is an Epson Stylus Color 960. Please, if you are a
>> third-party vendor, don't reply to this post with inane info about how
>> your ink is good. The price of taking a chance on bad ink is too
>> high.
>>
>> Thanks for any info!
>> Tom in Colorado Springs
>
> Okay and OK Tom I won't mention a word about how good any old compatible
> cartridge or ink can be. They are obviously lousy in your printer. But as
> we're growing so fast with repeat business it means all our users are
> wrong?? You need urgent help for a condition called brain washing. Have
> you
> looked carefully where Epson cartridges are made - Indonesia, Malasia and
> every other sweat shop economy.
> Most flat earther's also deny that the human genome is now decoded. By
> comparison unravelling the 5 , or is it 6 essential ingredients in printer
> ink is sure complex. Sad really cos that means that all Las Vegas and
> maybe
> Nevada residents mislead the American public. They're all inane, Oh my...
> Tony
> Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
> http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
> http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
> The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
> drop pants to reply
>
>
>
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Anonymous
October 25, 2004 10:57:37 AM

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No I don't use OEM ink on my R300s, Yes I firmly believe non OEM inks are
good to use.And NO this is not a problem....
October 25, 2004 11:54:18 AM

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"Douglas" <.> wrote in message news:tYadndMsjZyyxeHcRVn-qA@centurytel.net...
> I guess you don't think anybody SHOULD use oem inks,right?

They may use whatever they like however misguided: based on fact !
> Well that is all I ever use also!If that's what he wants to use,I think
he
> has a right to.If you would offer a warranty to repair printers using your
> inks,that clog the printheads,I might look into it!

Then look at the JetTec warranty and read and understand it. Or engage brain
before broadcasting ;-)
The only warranty I can
> find for most clone inks,is to replace the "defective"cartridge.

Most clones ? inaccurate... I was talking about one of the best.
But first
but I have read some bad
> reports in quality photo printing.Colors don't seem to match exactly and
the
> prints are not as long lived.

Most of our users particularly for bulk inks are photo pro's and I don't see
them buying litre bottles if they don't do the job. Color gamut and
saturation can influence the finished print - but, for instance, I found on
the Epson 895 that the Epson controls such as vivid compensated. Then no one
viewing them could decide which they liked best.
The only way to prove that JetTec is not as long lived is to place two 25
years old prints side by side ??
But logically if the ink matches and paper is comparable there must be a
suspicion that FUD, or fear uncertainty and doubt, is counting for more than
it's worth.
If you buy a no name something on Ebay then allow for the risk. But there
again most Ebayers don't distribute from the largest compatible
manufacturing plant in Europe do they.
Tony
> "Tony" <auct1@pantsaah-haa.com> wrote in message
> news:3oudnV1pg9XT0uHcRVn-3Q@nildram.net...
> >
> >
> > --
> > "tstockma" <tstockma@gmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:eeaf4ea7.0410241421.46a30bb0@posting.google.com...
> >> My printer is an Epson Stylus Color 960. Please, if you are a
> >> third-party vendor, don't reply to this post with inane info about how
> >> your ink is good. The price of taking a chance on bad ink is too
> >> high.
> >>
> >> Thanks for any info!
> >> Tom in Colorado Springs
> >
> > Okay and OK Tom I won't mention a word about how good any old compatible
> > cartridge or ink can be. They are obviously lousy in your printer. But
as
> > we're growing so fast with repeat business it means all our users are
> > wrong?? You need urgent help for a condition called brain washing. Have
> > you
> > looked carefully where Epson cartridges are made - Indonesia, Malasia
and
> > every other sweat shop economy.
> > Most flat earther's also deny that the human genome is now decoded. By
> > comparison unravelling the 5 , or is it 6 essential ingredients in
printer
> > ink is sure complex. Sad really cos that means that all Las Vegas and
> > maybe
> > Nevada residents mislead the American public. They're all inane, Oh
my...
> > Tony
> > Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
> > http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
> > http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
> > The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
> > drop pants to reply
> >
> >
> >
>
>
Anonymous
October 25, 2004 12:41:01 PM

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"Tony" <auct1@pantsaah-haa.com> wrote in message news:<3oudnV1pg9XT0uHcRVn-3Q@nildram.net>...
> --
> "tstockma" <tstockma@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:eeaf4ea7.0410241421.46a30bb0@posting.google.com...
> > My printer is an Epson Stylus Color 960. Please, if you are a
> > third-party vendor, don't reply to this post with inane info about how
> > your ink is good. The price of taking a chance on bad ink is too
> > high.
> >
> > Thanks for any info!
> > Tom in Colorado Springs
>
> Okay and OK Tom I won't mention a word about how good any old compatible
> cartridge or ink can be. They are obviously lousy in your printer. But as
> we're growing so fast with repeat business it means all our users are
> wrong?? You need urgent help for a condition called brain washing. Have you
> looked carefully where Epson cartridges are made - Indonesia, Malasia and
> every other sweat shop economy.

....<more deleted>...

> Tony
> Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
> http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
> http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
> The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
> drop pants to reply


Tony, while I agree it's to some extent "brainwashing" to say some
compatibles aren't good, it's also ridiculous to pretend that all are
OK. My experience is...the first time I tried a compatible, from a
reasonably-highly rated supplier, I ruined a printer. My research on
several of the biggest of the computer tech sites says, most do not
match the factory formula, most fade quicker, you always run a risk
that you'll clog your jets.

In fact, these articles also talk about the growing & large problem on
people counterfeiting the Epson brand, so you think you're buying
Epson OEM when you're not...leading me to think perhaps buying from
the Epson site is my way to not ruin my printer.

If you think this attitude is "brainwashed", then tit-for-tat...if
people want to buy from your company & have good experience,
great...but I'll call your calling me "brainwashed", "self-serving"
"insulting" and "intolerant".

Tom
October 25, 2004 11:07:20 PM

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>
> Tony, while I agree it's to some extent "brainwashing" to say some
> compatibles aren't good, it's also ridiculous to pretend that all are
> OK. My experience is...the first time I tried a compatible, from a
> reasonably-highly rated supplier, I ruined a printer. My research on
> several of the biggest of the computer tech sites says, most do not
> match the factory formula, most fade quicker, you always run a risk
> that you'll clog your jets.
>
> In fact, these articles also talk about the growing & large problem on
> people counterfeiting the Epson brand, so you think you're buying
> Epson OEM when you're not...leading me to think perhaps buying from
> the Epson site is my way to not ruin my printer.
>
> If you think this attitude is "brainwashed", then tit-for-tat...if
> people want to buy from your company & have good experience,
> great...but I'll call your calling me "brainwashed", "self-serving"
> "insulting" and "intolerant".
>
> Tom

If , Tom, you would only stick to one objective subject at a time. That
would be constructive and helpful. What the devil have counterfeit
cartridges to do with compatibles. We've all seen objective articles by for
instance Wilhelm - but, naming names and discarding dubious cartridges
because they couldn't complete one image prior to running out or blocking.
By your reasoning it is possible to see, even at a distance a prostitute or
"Hooker", which of course proves that all women wearing red skirts are
prostitutes. You are really gonna have some difficulty explaining to some
large guy that you're sorry but his wife was wearing a red skirt.
Name names. Be specific, or at least attempt to not mix metaphors.
I have an old Boss Mustang - a fairly rare collectible: do you know where I
can get gas for it as I can no longer find the Mustang brand of gas around
here. I'm scared I could ruin it as Mustang, or Ford, must manufacture
better gas than anyone else. After all they built the car.
I'm going to Spain next week to pick my own oranges. I don't trust these
dealers around here - they may be counterfeit.
I think you'll find that any online dealer selling counterfeit Epson or any
other cartridge is liable to make the headlines and have the weight of Epson
squarely on his back. That's almost too easy to prove.
Unfortunately you're lumping the largest and most successful compatible
manufacturer in Europe, with a capacity of 1 million cartridges daily, in
with Messrs Buyit , Floggit and Hope who operate from their kitchen sink.
That's more than illogical to me - it's plain off with the nose to spite the
face.
As a trial I imported recently some Secajet cartridges ($184) and tried
everything I know to get them to print one page. They are abysmal and I've
still got the box and cartridges to prove it. Now if Secajet would care to
sue me :-)
regards Tony
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 12:42:49 AM

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Tony...one word...I'm adding this my former list..."clueless".
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 12:47:58 AM

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On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 01:57:43 +0100, "Tony" <auct1@pantsaah-haa.com> wrote:

>
>--
>"tstockma" <tstockma@gmail.com> wrote in message
>news:eeaf4ea7.0410241421.46a30bb0@posting.google.com...
>> My printer is an Epson Stylus Color 960. Please, if you are a
>> third-party vendor, don't reply to this post with inane info about how
>> your ink is good. The price of taking a chance on bad ink is too
>> high.
>>
>> Thanks for any info!
>> Tom in Colorado Springs
>
>Okay and OK Tom I won't mention a word about how good any old compatible
>cartridge or ink can be. They are obviously lousy in your printer. But as
>we're growing so fast with repeat business it means all our users are
>wrong?? You need urgent help for a condition called brain washing. Have you
>looked carefully where Epson cartridges are made - Indonesia, Malasia and
>every other sweat shop economy.
>Most flat earther's also deny that the human genome is now decoded. By
>comparison unravelling the 5 , or is it 6 essential ingredients in printer
>ink is sure complex. Sad really cos that means that all Las Vegas and maybe
>Nevada residents mislead the American public. They're all inane, Oh my...
>Tony
>Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
>http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
>http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
>The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
>drop pants to reply
>
>



I have R210 Tanks, Epson ones, made in Mexico...

This is the NZ/OZZ model of the R200.


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Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away. (George Carlin)
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 12:49:52 AM

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On Sun, 24 Oct 2004 20:34:33 -0500, "Douglas" <.> wrote:

>I guess you don't think anybody SHOULD use oem inks,right?
>Well that is all I ever use also!If that's what he wants to use,I think he
>has a right to.If you would offer a warranty to repair printers using your
>inks,that clog the printheads,I might look into it! The only warranty I can
>find for most clone inks,is to replace the "defective"cartridge.But first
>you have to send the cartridge back,at your expence.That and the time I
>waste running to the post office make experimenting too costly!I have read
>some good things about JetTec in everyday printing,but I have read some bad
>reports in quality photo printing.Colors don't seem to match exactly


Please Post the FACTs on this, or are you just spouting..


>and the
>prints are not as long lived.I do agree ink prices are too high,and the
>formulas should not be that hard to match.Maybe in the future,I will try
>your inks in an older printer,that I can toss if it gets screwed up!
>"Tony" <auct1@pantsaah-haa.com> wrote in message
>news:3oudnV1pg9XT0uHcRVn-3Q@nildram.net...
>>
>>
>> --
>> "tstockma" <tstockma@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:eeaf4ea7.0410241421.46a30bb0@posting.google.com...
>>> My printer is an Epson Stylus Color 960. Please, if you are a
>>> third-party vendor, don't reply to this post with inane info about how
>>> your ink is good. The price of taking a chance on bad ink is too
>>> high.
>>>
>>> Thanks for any info!
>>> Tom in Colorado Springs
>>
>> Okay and OK Tom I won't mention a word about how good any old compatible
>> cartridge or ink can be. They are obviously lousy in your printer. But as
>> we're growing so fast with repeat business it means all our users are
>> wrong?? You need urgent help for a condition called brain washing. Have
>> you
>> looked carefully where Epson cartridges are made - Indonesia, Malasia and
>> every other sweat shop economy.
>> Most flat earther's also deny that the human genome is now decoded. By
>> comparison unravelling the 5 , or is it 6 essential ingredients in printer
>> ink is sure complex. Sad really cos that means that all Las Vegas and
>> maybe
>> Nevada residents mislead the American public. They're all inane, Oh my...
>> Tony
>> Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
>> http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
>> http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
>> The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
>> drop pants to reply
>>
>>
>>
>

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Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away. (George Carlin)
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 1:36:48 AM

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I don't know of any discount codes for the Epson site but you can buy OEM
Epson inks from www.atlex.com They have great prices and I have always
gotten my order quickly.
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 1:36:49 AM

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Safetymom, thanks, does "OEM Epson Inks" (from your follow-up) mean
this is actual Epson-manufactured, or that this company claim their
cartridges meet Epson's standards? Great prices and quick delivery
mean little to me if their products ruin my printer. I've done this
before.

Please...anyone...Buellor?...are there Epson discount codes out there?

tstockma

"Safetymom123" <safetymom123@prodigy.net> wrote in message news:<Qlefd.23577$Qv5.3318@newssvr33.news.prodigy.com>...
> I don't know of any discount codes for the Epson site but you can buy OEM
> Epson inks from www.atlex.com They have great prices and I have always
> gotten my order quickly.
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 1:41:27 AM

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Fraud warning! "safetymom123" posted a followup to my request for
help on Epson printer ink with a ref to an online company, however her
email address is bogus. I highly recommend y'all avoid the company
she commends, atlex, like the plague. Damn me for even considering
that a valid post...

tstockma

"Safetymom123" <safetymom123@prodigy.net> wrote in message news:<Qlefd.23577$Qv5.3318@newssvr33.news.prodigy.com>...
> I don't know of any discount codes for the Epson site but you can buy OEM
> Epson inks from <blink> They have great prices and I have always
> gotten my order quickly.
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 2:38:33 AM

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Well, Atlex (Atlantic Exchange) is a good reliable company--and yes, they
sell genuine Epson cartridges. (Also sell printers, I believe.) Another one
that is very competitive is Data Bazaar, which has free shipping. Some
cartridges may be cheaper at one place or the other. It's best to check both
and then factor in the shipping cost to see which is best for you. I have
had good service and timely delivery from both. Heard about them on the
Epson Inkjet Printers list. Atlex has been around for years, but Databazaar
is probably a newer kid on the block and trying for your business? (Always
got requests to fill out rating inquiries from Biz Rate, etc.) Think their
URL is www.databazaar.com
Lola MacLean
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 7:51:08 AM

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Tony

Recently I received several of your Epson cartridges from you LV office for
sampling. I was looking for a replacement for my current vendor. The Normal
and Photo cartridges I received did not work, of the eight cartridges
installed (in matching sets) three would not clear after several cleaning
cycles and two would not print (as if empty). Yes, I removed the shipping
clips. The lesson is: no matter how good your product we all have bad days.
BTW - other that the starter cartridges this printer has had only compatible
cartridges.




"Tony" <auct1@pantsaah-haa.com> wrote in message
news:UvednRPlYbQL3eDcRVn-3g@nildram.net...
>
>
>>
>> Tony, while I agree it's to some extent "brainwashing" to say some
>> compatibles aren't good, it's also ridiculous to pretend that all are
>> OK. My experience is...the first time I tried a compatible, from a
>> reasonably-highly rated supplier, I ruined a printer. My research on
>> several of the biggest of the computer tech sites says, most do not
>> match the factory formula, most fade quicker, you always run a risk
>> that you'll clog your jets.
>>
>> In fact, these articles also talk about the growing & large problem on
>> people counterfeiting the Epson brand, so you think you're buying
>> Epson OEM when you're not...leading me to think perhaps buying from
>> the Epson site is my way to not ruin my printer.
>>
>> If you think this attitude is "brainwashed", then tit-for-tat...if
>> people want to buy from your company & have good experience,
>> great...but I'll call your calling me "brainwashed", "self-serving"
>> "insulting" and "intolerant".
>>
>> Tom
>
> If , Tom, you would only stick to one objective subject at a time. That
> would be constructive and helpful. What the devil have counterfeit
> cartridges to do with compatibles. We've all seen objective articles by
> for
> instance Wilhelm - but, naming names and discarding dubious cartridges
> because they couldn't complete one image prior to running out or blocking.
> By your reasoning it is possible to see, even at a distance a prostitute
> or
> "Hooker", which of course proves that all women wearing red skirts are
> prostitutes. You are really gonna have some difficulty explaining to some
> large guy that you're sorry but his wife was wearing a red skirt.
> Name names. Be specific, or at least attempt to not mix metaphors.
> I have an old Boss Mustang - a fairly rare collectible: do you know where
> I
> can get gas for it as I can no longer find the Mustang brand of gas around
> here. I'm scared I could ruin it as Mustang, or Ford, must manufacture
> better gas than anyone else. After all they built the car.
> I'm going to Spain next week to pick my own oranges. I don't trust these
> dealers around here - they may be counterfeit.
> I think you'll find that any online dealer selling counterfeit Epson or
> any
> other cartridge is liable to make the headlines and have the weight of
> Epson
> squarely on his back. That's almost too easy to prove.
> Unfortunately you're lumping the largest and most successful compatible
> manufacturer in Europe, with a capacity of 1 million cartridges daily, in
> with Messrs Buyit , Floggit and Hope who operate from their kitchen sink.
> That's more than illogical to me - it's plain off with the nose to spite
> the
> face.
> As a trial I imported recently some Secajet cartridges ($184) and tried
> everything I know to get them to print one page. They are abysmal and I've
> still got the box and cartridges to prove it. Now if Secajet would care to
> sue me :-)
> regards Tony
>
>
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 11:01:13 AM

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Where is a good place to buy JetTec in the EU ?

--
Povl H. Pedersen - NoSpam@my.terminal.dk (yes - it works)
Fastnet - IP telefoni: 5 kr/md Se http://www.musimi.dk
October 26, 2004 2:09:19 PM

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"Povl H. Pedersen" <povlhp@povl-h-pedersens-computer.local> wrote in message
news:slrncnrths.1b5.povlhp@povl-h-pedersens-computer.local...
> Where is a good place to buy JetTec in the EU ?
>
> --
> Povl H. Pedersen - NoSpam@my.terminal.dk (yes - it works)
> Fastnet - IP telefoni: 5 kr/md Se http://www.musimi.dk

Fluctuating a bit lately but some 26% of our regular customers are in the
EU. UK prices are comparable - at least ours are :-)
http://aah-haa.com/cgi-bin/inky2/browse.cgi?view=group
Tony. --
Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
drop pants to reply
Anonymous
October 26, 2004 2:09:20 PM

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In article <7cOdnWufcu9ojuPcRVn-ig@nildram.net>, Tony wrote:
>
>
> "Povl H. Pedersen" <povlhp@povl-h-pedersens-computer.local> wrote in message
> news:slrncnrths.1b5.povlhp@povl-h-pedersens-computer.local...
>> Where is a good place to buy JetTec in the EU ?
>>
>> --
>> Povl H. Pedersen - NoSpam@my.terminal.dk (yes - it works)
>> Fastnet - IP telefoni: 5 kr/md Se http://www.musimi.dk
>
> Fluctuating a bit lately but some 26% of our regular customers are in the
> EU. UK prices are comparable - at least ours are :-)

Do you ship from inside the EU ? Otherwise shipping + 25% VAT
+ $25 customs declaration fee will be added on top.


> http://aah-haa.com/cgi-bin/inky2/browse.cgi?view=group
> Tony. --
> Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
> http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
> http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
> The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
> drop pants to reply
>
>


--
Povl H. Pedersen - NoSpam@my.terminal.dk (yes - it works)
Fastnet - IP telefoni: 5 kr/md Se http://www.musimi.dk
October 26, 2004 2:17:36 PM

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"tstockma" <tstockma@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Tony...one word...I'm adding this my former list..."clueless".

Well that's start when you admit you are clueless. But it doesn't solve your
problem: and I've forgotten what that is at the moment :-)
You need to repeat this 10 times daily whilst taking deep - deep breathes.
Morality is good humour, self knowledge and self discipline. It changes the
World.
Tony.
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Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
drop pants to reply
October 26, 2004 8:13:32 PM

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"Povl H. Pedersen" <povlhp@povl-h-pedersens-computer.local> wrote in message
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> In article <7cOdnWufcu9ojuPcRVn-ig@nildram.net>, Tony wrote:
> >
> >
> > Fluctuating a bit lately but some 26% of our regular customers are in
the
> > EU. UK prices are comparable - at least ours are :-)
>
> Do you ship from inside the EU ? Otherwise shipping + 25% VAT
> + $25 customs declaration fee will be added on top.

All European shipments are from the UK so that's still so far inside the EU.
Never had any of our customers paying anything extra at the other end so
far. Better not tell the Americans I guess :-)
Tony
>
>
> > http://aah-haa.com/cgi-bin/inky2/browse.cgi?view=group
> > Tony. --
> > Inkylink JetTec UK/USA Quality - Wot others wanna-be
> > http://www.inkylinkusa.com/inkylinkusa.shtml UPS from Las Vegas
> > http://www.inkylink.co.uk UK recorded post next day
> > The home of the 30% more JetTec ink reset chip
> > drop pants to reply
> >
Anonymous
October 27, 2004 6:38:14 AM

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Excuse me!!!! Anyone that posts their correct email address on a newsgroup
is just asking for spam. I think if you took a few seconds to look at my
email address you could figure out what the right email address might be.

I posted my experience with this company. I was trying to be helpful. It
is geniune Epson ink the same that Epson sells. Sorry you are so skeptical.
Don't buy from them then and spend more money.
Anonymous
October 27, 2004 2:29:00 PM

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I know of many people who buy from the dealer mentioned (www.atlex.com)
for OEM Epson cartridges and they all have told me that the prices are
reasonable and the service is very good.

Art


Safetymom123 wrote:

> I don't know of any discount codes for the Epson site but you can buy OEM
> Epson inks from www.atlex.com They have great prices and I have always
> gotten my order quickly.
>
>
Anonymous
October 27, 2004 2:38:15 PM

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I'm not SafetyMom, but OEM means "Original Equipment Manufacturer",
which means it is the name brand product (in this case, made by or for
Epson). The term OEM is used because, Epson may not even make their own
cartridges anymore, but may be contracting other factories to do it.

In other types of peripherals, you will often see a product sold as OEM
meaning it is the same product as sold by the original manufacturer, but
it may be in a simple packaging (cardboard box) and was designed not for
retail sales, but for a wholesale client (say a computer manufacturer
who uses the product in their product). Sometimes these products may
lack the full retail warranty, you have to check.

However, in the case of the ink cartridges, it is identical to the
product you would buy off the shelf of a retail outlet, made by or for
Epson.

Art


tstockma wrote:

> Safetymom, thanks, does "OEM Epson Inks" (from your follow-up) mean
> this is actual Epson-manufactured, or that this company claim their
> cartridges meet Epson's standards? Great prices and quick delivery
> mean little to me if their products ruin my printer. I've done this
> before.
>
> Please...anyone...Buellor?...are there Epson discount codes out there?
>
> tstockma
>
> "Safetymom123" <safetymom123@prodigy.net> wrote in message news:<Qlefd.23577$Qv5.3318@newssvr33.news.prodigy.com>...
>
>>I don't know of any discount codes for the Epson site but you can buy OEM
>>Epson inks from www.atlex.com They have great prices and I have always
>>gotten my order quickly.
Anonymous
October 27, 2004 2:40:37 PM

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Regardless of the email address, the company has a good reputation for
Epson original cartridges at reasonable prices, and has had this rep for
years. I have no affiliation with the company and have never personally
used their services.

Art

tstockma wrote:

> Fraud warning! "safetymom123" posted a followup to my request for
> help on Epson printer ink with a ref to an online company, however her
> email address is bogus. I highly recommend y'all avoid the company
> she commends, atlex, like the plague. Damn me for even considering
> that a valid post...
>
> tstockma
>
> "Safetymom123" <safetymom123@prodigy.net> wrote in message news:<Qlefd.23577$Qv5.3318@newssvr33.news.prodigy.com>...
>
>>I don't know of any discount codes for the Epson site but you can buy OEM
>>Epson inks from <blink> They have great prices and I have always
>>gotten my order quickly.
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