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Epson’s new EcoTank range with two years printing per tank

12 Feb 2019

Epson NZ is expanding its EcoTank large volume ink tank range and introducing an additional six new models, which will give peace of mind to anyone who wants the freedom to print without worrying about cost or convenience.

The entire range now includes printers aimed at home users with the ET-2710, ET-2750, ET-3700 and ET-4700, small office users with the ET-4750, and ET-16500 and two models for high quality, large volume photo printing in the ET-7700 and ET-7750.

With two years’ worth of ink included in the box, this “Bigger and Better” line-up of EcoTank printers in NZ means that right from day one users are reaping maximum benefits from the EcoTank approach to printing.

At just $17.99 per colour tank, and with most users only having to replace them once every two years, the 11 printers in the EcoTank range will change the very nature of inkjet printing. 

In other words purchasing expensive replacement ink cartridges is a thing of the past and EcoTank users have complete freedom to print as much as they want, whenever they want.

The new 2019 EcoTank models feature a new, compact design and integrated front-facing ink tanks to make using them even easier. 

There are also new and unique drip-free ‘key’ ink bottles for easy, mess-free filling of each tank. 

Now, you can take your favourite photos from the screen to your hand with the ET-7700 and ET-7750 photo-capable printers, and take your projects to the next level with the ET-16500 A3+ capable printer. 

EcoTank purchasers in NZ can also enjoy an additional two year warranty when they register their new printer online within 90 days of purchase.

Large volume ink tank printers are a global phenomenon with sales of EcoTank in New Zealand growing year on year since the concept was introduced there in 2013.

Since then, the company has gone from two models then, compared to 11 today, and Epson has sold over 30 million EcoTank printers worldwide to date. 

Epson NZ’s EcoTank range of printers are available at www.epson.co.nz and all good Epson retailers and resellers across New Zealand for the following RRP:

EcoTank Expression ET-2710 - $379.00

EcoTank Expression ET-2750 - $499.00

EcoTank Expression ET-3700 - $599.00

EcoTank Expression ET-4700 - $499.00

EcoTank Workforce ET-4750 - $749.00

EcoTank Workforce ET-16500 - $1899.00

EcoTank Expression Premium ET-7700 - $999.00

EcoTank Expression Premium ET-7750 - $1299.00

For more information on the Epson NZ EcoTank range go to: http://bit.ly/2RVckVt

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