Compatible ink cartridges often get a bad name for reasons that have nothing to do with the ink or cartridges, especially when it comes to Epson printers.
Here is a common scenario: a customer who is using original Epson ink orders compatibles from us but, before ours have arrived, contacts us to cancel the order because his/her printer has died.
In their eyes, this is just one of those things. Electronic goods don’t last for ever so they go out and buy a new one. But if this had happened just after installing our inks, then “it is obviously the compatibles that have caused it”!
Of course, there are bad compatibles out there. I have come across some shocking-quality ink cartridges over the years. But in my opinion most problems we come across have nothing to do with the cartridges.
So, over the next few days/weeks/months I will be publishing a list of do’s and don’ts – these will help you avoid the pitfalls that can lead you to throw that printer out of the window.
So keep reading – and if you have any questions please feel free to ask
The Ink Squid