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andreios
06-06-2013, 03:08 AM
I am offering a Epson R2880 printer - practically new - I bought it 2nd hand but NIB - but WITHOUT a warranty. This is an US MODEL, runs on 110V, so here in Europe you need a small transformator - I bought mine for 14 and it works brilliantly.

I have not made more than say 10 or 20 A4 prints with this printer, there are still the original cartridges installed, all other paraphernalia like the roll-paper holder and all the paperwork /drivers is present.
With the sale I will include two complete sets of original Epson cartridges and a couple more black (both glossy and matte). I will also include some 100 sheets of A4 Epson paper + some samples and a pack of Epson Velvet A3+

All in all this is a great starter kit for anyone interested in ink-jet printing. I assembled it with the idea of switching partly to digital workflow but then I realized that I am "addicted" to wet printing - that is the only reason why I am selling it.

You can get this lot for 300 plus shipping (around 35 within EU) and paypal fees.

andreios
06-06-2013, 12:37 PM
Thank you. Much appreciated.

MattKing
06-06-2013, 10:47 PM
I have an R2880 ... This has been my personal experience with the R2880.

This isn't appropriate in a classified thread.

Ken Nadvornick
06-06-2013, 10:58 PM
Agreed. The seller is a paid subscriber who is offering a nice piece of equipment placed in the proper sales forum. He has what appears to be a good faith item description, including both positives and a few possible drawbacks. I think he deserves a little more respect from this community.

If I were in the market and looking for an Epson R2880, I would certainly consider his offer.

Good luck with your sale.

Ken

andreios
06-07-2013, 02:23 AM
Thank you for your support, Ken and Matt.
I do believe people are having various experiences with their equipment, but I can't think of any reason why they have to share their's in a sale's thread. I described the offered piece as best I could and am ready to provide any further information if needed. I am aware that this offer would not interest a professional printer for whom a warranty is essential. I am no such person and I consider this to be a fair offer for someone who is looking to get into digital printing on a budget.
Let me emphasize that all reasonable and serious offer will be considered and welcomed.

andreios
06-11-2013, 04:24 AM
No interest? Any offers? Possibly trades?