I bought the Kodak ESP C310 and I am replacing the ink all the time. The ink it self is great and the print quality is great but when I look into the little cleaner mechanism inside my printer, it is full of a grease like substance that is ink scrapings from the printhead. I swear it wastes more than half of the ink in the cleaning process. Plus, if color runs out, it will not continue to print in B&W, it shuts down. Not and ink problem, it's a printer design problem (or a way to force you to go buy replacement color when you don't really need it). Sigh...
I've been really really pleased w\/ the Kodak 10X packs B&W (esp. twin pks) as it give's it's $$$$ worth when purchasing at Wal-mart which I order on-lone and received within just afew days for mere pennies on shipping. Can'T beat it these day's. And the Ink goes a very long way's.\nI've never been disappointed yet, and I do ALOT, like ALOT of document's using the Kodak ESP 7450. Also now that Kodak has stopped printing w\/ the Kodak gallery just being more of a holding cell 'if\" it is still open. I've also read that Kodak has also stopped selling their Printer's...!! I think in time the only place we'll beable to still find Kodak Ink's & maybe printer's will be Wal-mart.
I cannot figure out why any printer ink is so crazy expensive.....but you have to have it. I guess that's why it cost so much. It's easier to have it delivered, and if spending over $50 like with this ink, shipping is free.
Advertises to be least expensive compared to other
We have had our Kodak printer for a couple of years. The older it gets, it seems like it is eating ink faster. Honestly overall, I cannot say that the cost of ink is less overall than the HP we replaced.
I needed to back up some DVDs before the kids destroyed the originals. Saw the low cost on these and the lower ratings. I did have a couple new drink coasters in the first couple runs until I lowered the write speed on the burner software. After that no problems. out of 25 I had only three failed burns and that included the learning curve. I ordered a 50 stack to have on hand. Love Verbatim brand but these are way cheaper and work for my needs.
Small, light paper sleeves used to store your CDs and DVDs
500 paper storage sleeves
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I've used a different brand that runs $5.88\/ 100 envelopes, these were $13.89\/ 500 envelopes. Same quality at a much greater saving. As the sound engineer for a church, we record and sell the sermons so we go through a large number of CD's and envelopes. This save us quite abit.
This is the most reliable & durable blank DVD that I know. It was recommended to me by a salesman at an electronics store who told me that it burns the least amount of \"coasters\" or bad DVDs for gaming which is the most demanding format for DVD burning. He also said that it has a protective coating. My experience in over the past year of using this product backs up these facts since I hardly have a badly burned DVD, so I heartily recommend this Kodak DVD-R.
I tried recording on 5 disks, and 5 out of 5 were bad giving me the error: \"Record Error -- cannot record on this disc\". In the past I've recorded more than a 1000 DVDs using other brands and had only gotten 3 \"unrecordable\" errors on those. I will never buy Kodak DVDs again.
I can appreciate getting (2) ink cartridges for the price of one! It's a great value and Kodak's printer cartiridges are cheaper than other brands, which led me to purchase their printer in the first place! Thanks Kodak for making such a great product!