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What is something that is actually cheap that most people think is expensive?(r/AskReddit)
Printer Ink. Google your printer model plus ‘CIS’.
CIS stands for continuous ink system. They are cheap, generally easy to install if you follow the instructions, and work fantastically at saving you money.
I have an Epson artisan 710 with a CIS system that I’ve been using for 3 years and have yet to refill it once. It was about 40 bucks and came full of ink. Before that I was paying $85 just for one set of high capacity 098 epson ink cartridges that lasted about a month each… I print all my stickerish envelopes and instruction sheets constantly, as well as art prints for my wall with stunning quality. I’ll take a pic of some prints I did last week when I get home.
Edit: Here’s the one I have. Looks like the price went up from when I bought it but, its still worth every penny