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It's not hard to pick up a printer for a seemingly low price of £50 or less. But often it's not the upfront cost you need to worry about, as our recent round of printer testing has uncovered.
Tank printers, with ink tanks you refill with bottles, can cost more than £200 to buy. So can they justify that with long-term savings on printer ink?
Like more than half of Which? members, chances are you're paying way too much for your printer ink. Switching to cheap compatible ink cartridges could save you more than £70 when you come to restock your printer ink.
Our survey reveals the best alternative printer ink brands that will save you money compared with buying ink from printer brands like Canon and Epson.
Refillable tank printers can give you huge savings on printer ink, but should you go with Canon’s MegaTank or Epson’s EcoTank?
You can save around 40% on printer ink by going for a third-party brand. We show you the best printer ink brands, and where to buy ink online.
Refillable ink tank printers, such as Epson EcoTank and Canon MegaTank, mean that you can dispense with ink cartridges entirely, and supposedly save money. But should you buy one?
We test printer ink consumption to give both frequent and occasional printer users the full picture on running costs. Our HP PageWide 377DW review demonstrates the value of this.