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As you're asking, I think they are great....
on 21 January 2013
Since first making the mistake (when I was a lad...) of buying a Lexmark printer because it was cheap then finding out the bitter truth about the cost of ink-cartridges for it, I have always checked the availability of compatible ink cartridges for the printer model I have intended to buy. I currently have an Epson D88 which I have been happy with for 5 years.
I have never been dissatisfied with any purchase of compatible cartridges, and I see no reason why these should be any different - the first set are working fine. I do not know if the ink is of the same quality as the original - but I do not care. I print some letters, information from web-pages and snap-shots taken with my camera-phone: the quality of photos is more than adequate when photo-paper is used along with the highest quality print settings on the D88. If I felt the need to pay 5x.....10x...the price for Epson's own product then I would certainly not be using a £50 D88 printer!
I do not mind if some of these cartridges do not function (...bad-chip, blocked..whatever)that is the joy of paying pennies rather than pounds for them.
For those with children in the house using printer/printers for fun, for school-work, for clubs and hobbies then compatible ink-cartridges are a MUST (sorry about shouting)- if anyone turns their nose up at the use of a 'cheap' substitute rather than a branded item, tell them to get a paper-round and buy their own.....