Inkjet Paper

  Confab 19:04 02 Oct 2008
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I’ve just been to Costco and picked up a box of 5 reams of Navigator 90gsm inkjet paper for just £13.85. That’s just £2.77 per ream. Some online stores are selling it for as much as £15 for one ream!

  wee eddie 19:20 02 Oct 2008

that a true Price Comparison is, all but, impossible.

Sounds a good price if you are not fussy about a little bleed when your banging out letters.

  wee eddie 19:20 02 Oct 2008

that a true Price Comparison is, all but, impossible.

Sounds a good price if you are not fussy about a little bleed when your banging out letters.

  Confab 19:25 02 Oct 2008

There doesn’t seem to be any bleed at all and with the rate that the kids, wife, cat etc get through paper it seems really good value for money. Here’s a link to the paper I bought click here

  HondaMan 19:30 02 Oct 2008

I use Viking Direct Imperial paper. Not the cheapest, but good for all printers. Saves having to remember which paper to use. Will accept up to 3000 dpi.

  spuds 22:40 02 Oct 2008

I still cannot understand people who buy specified inkjet paper at a sometimes ridiculous price.

My printers HP, Epson, Lexmark, Samsung (laser), Canon all use 'bog standard' copier paper at no more than £2.00 a ream for 80grm paper. Usually I can purchase bulk supplies of 2/3 boxes (10/15 reams)at cheaper rates. I have never had the problem of ink bleed using copier paper.

Would mention, that the printer cartridges are usually printer manufacturer originals on first use, thereafter compatibles or self-refills.

  Condom 13:25 03 Oct 2008

I never pay more than £2 for 500 X 80 g/m2 and I have never had any problems printing anything with my Epson CISS. Anything more than this is not necessary unless you wish to use"very posh paper".

  Stuartli 14:05 03 Oct 2008

I bought some Xerox Business A4 80g/m2 paper in Lidl at £2.99 for 500 sheets recently.

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