We are proud to announce December's competition winner is Naomi, who won a full set of Canon ink.

Here is a picture of Naomi with her prize.

After extensive and in depth testing on this model which included over 25,000 prints, over 4 litres of ink we are happy to release what we believe in our opinion to be a comparable model to the Sawgrass SG400 printer but with just a fraction of the ongoing running cost


Supplied as a pre modified and already initialised printer where you just have to fill the carts - pop in and change a few settings, the printer is chip less which means you don't have to worry about resetting of chips or failed chips, if you wanted to print 1000 documents with no interruption the printer is capable if it has enough ink

 

Huge savings on your running costs when compared to an SG400 which is typically around £1.20per ml of ink and the cityinkexpress brand around 18 pence 


Kit Contents include


4* 300ml capacity cartridges


200ml of each colour ink 800ml in total capable of around 4000 mugs


100 sheets a4 paper


1 roll heat proof tape


C5210dw printer modified chip less for sublimation

 


C5210dwsublimation

 

C5210dwsublimation

 

Our setup video can be seen here


C5210dw

 

We have now released the ciss continuous ink system for Epson WF-2860,WF-2865 Printer and the video can be found here

 

It is available with sublimation dye ink, normal dye ink, Epson T6641-4 Genuine eco tank inks and empty ciss continuous ink system

 


 

We have now released the ciss continuous ink system for Epson XP-5100,XP-5105, the video install guide can be seen here 


 

It is available with sublimation dye ink, normal dye ink, Epson T6641-4 Genuine eco tank inks and empty ciss continuous ink system

 


Shane and CIE have always been exceedingly helpful to me when sorting out my CISS system.

 

Whilst buying a new printer quite a few years ago (Canon Pixma MG6250), it was suggested by a relative that I should buy a much more economical continuous ink system. This is when I discovered City Ink Express, and a super helpful chap called Shane. He explained everything about the system, and directed me to the appropriate YouTube videos for priming and installing the system. He has always been happy to also speak to me over the phone for any further clarification too, which he did on a few occasions. On the rare occasions I’ve had an issue, such as air in one of the lines, I’ve either sorted it out myself or have done so with Shane’s help.

 

Having used this system for years now, I had the confidence a while ago to even sort out a problem with my printer when an error code suggested it was not repairable. There was no way I was giving up on my printer whilst I still had lots of ink left; I successfully removed and carefully cleaned the print head, using tap water via a syringe provided with my system, which enabled my printer to work again.

 

The last bottles of ink I ordered and am mostly still using were dated 2015, and I have just received a new delivery of inks this morning (Jan 2020!), having only ordered them at 2pm yesterday. Thank you for the super speed service, so my daughter can now print off her homework tonight.

 

My brother has a CIE continuous ink system, as do my parents, and I have no hesitation in recommending them to family and friends. Getting this system from City Ink Express is a no brainer from my experience. I even have the original Canon cartridges which came with the printer, but which are still sealed.

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