As I mentioned in my posting they are light cyan and magenta.
My best mate recently bought an Epson R200 for £61 from eBuyer on special offer (six cartridge type), which delivers some cracking photo prints.
A full set of six cartridges is normally around £45 but BigPockets and one or two other sources do a full set of compatibles for between £12.99 and £14.99; he's purchased three sets for when the original Epson cartridges run out.
The other advantage of separate cartridges, as I know very well from my nine-year-old Canon BJC6003 (four cartridges), is that you only need to replace or refill cartridges on an individual basis when they run out.
Lot cheaper too than the three-colour cartridge setup for some printers when you have to replace the whole cartridge even if only one colour is used up.
Cheapest is not always best - you also have to weigh up the cost of replacement cartridges; often the cheapest printers are the heaviest users of this consumable and may well require the higher cost cartridges.
click here for compatibles. They state in their guarantee.
If I Buy A Cartridge From You Will It Void The Warranty On My Printer? Most certainly not! Compatible replacement cartridges and supplies do not void the Printer Manufacturers Warranty. Should one of our products however cause damage to your printer, we will collect, inspect and repair / replace your printer free of charge.