Loc: somewhere over the rainbow
|Posted: 1/26/2013 5:53:23 PM|
I wasn't sure if I wanted to take the plunge on trying to print my own pictures, especially since what I could get locally was great in years past. Now that most photo labs have gone "dry" ( no more chemical processing, worst decision ever IMO) I've found the quality to be sub-par at best. DH took a leap and bought me an Epson Artisan 837 for Christmas after I asked about the artisan line on 2Peas.
It has been an awesome purchase and I just wanted to thank everyone that came on and gave that line glowing reviews! If you've thought about one in the past I'd highly recommend it, it's quite nice to be able to print my photos right as inspiration strikes.
Loc: Woodstock, GA
|Posted: 1/26/2013 6:18:52 PM|
I've got a different model Artisan but I am sold on Epson. They are great printers and I'm glad you've joined the club!
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Loc: British Columbia, Canada
|Posted: 1/26/2013 6:27:12 PM|I too have that artisan printer and LOVE it! sign up for the emails from Epson--a couple of times a year they have there printer paper on BOGO--I got my fav type last year that way and saved a lot of $$
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|Posted: 1/26/2013 6:55:54 PM|Between my Epson 1400 and my Picturemate Charm, I am sold on Epson, too. Glad you your Artisan. I think they make the best printers, but I know I am biased. And I'm fine with that.
Seriously FREEING to be able to print your photos any time you need them. The best thing ever, IMO.
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