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EcoTank mono: high quality, fast, economical

Low-cost printing

The economical EcoTank is fundamentally different to laser printers. It features a large refillable ink tank that you fill with the included ink bottles instead of toner. From the start you have enough ink to print thousands of pages, slashing costs and saving time as you’re not frequently changing toner.

PRINT
UP TO
11,000 PAGES¹
with the
INCLUDED INK
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Low running cost

Low running cost

With EcoTank mono you can print up to 11,000 pages with the included ink1 making it a really economical choice. While refills are sure to be infrequent, you will be able to save over 90% on the cost per page with replacement ink bottles2.

Reliability & durability

Reliability and durability

Giving peace of mind, every EcoTank mono printer comes with a one-year/100,000-page warranty. The permanent printhead and pigment inks deliver clear and accurate prints.

Save time

Save time

Printing is fast with no warm-up time and print speeds of up to 20ppm3 in the range. Save time changing supplies - you can essentially fill it up and forget about it. The front ink level display shows when it's finally due for a refill.

Save energy

Save energy

This low energy printer can save up to 95%4 in power consumption compared to mono laser printers. Minimise paper usage by printing on both sides. Select models offer automatic double-sided printing.

SAVE OVER
90%
ON THE COST PER PAGE2
Epson EcoTank Ink

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The total cost of ownership is indicated by the red line, based on pages printed per month for years.

The total cost of ownership is based on the purchase cost of the hardware plus the ongoing costs of ink/toner. Other costs may influence the total cost of ownership and could lead to further savings, such as additional consumables used by laser printers and power consumption. The average selling price of the printers and consumables were obtained from the IDC EMEA Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker (Data Q2 2016 – Q1 2017) and IDC EMEA Consumables Tracker (Data H1 2016, H2 2016).

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1Quoted yields are extrapolated based on Epson original methodology from the print simulation of Test patterns provided in ISO/IEC 19752. Quote yields are NOT based on ISO/IEC 24711. Quote yields may vary depending on the images you are printing, the paper type that you are using, the frequency of your prints and environmental conditions such as temperature. During the initial printer setup, a certain amount of ink is used to fill the print head’s nozzles, therefore the yield of the initial bundled set can be lower.

2Taking the RRP of the mono EcoTank replacement ink bottles and comparing printing costs calculated on the largest available yield toner divided by the average selling price in the Western European market listed in IDC EMEA Semiannual Consumables Tracker 2018H1 for the 12 months to June 2018 (including VAT at 21%). Toner yields as communicated by the manufacturers websites

3Determined in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734 showing the average of ESAT from the Office Category Test for default simplex. For more information visit http://www.epson.eu/testing

4Comparison of the power consumption while printing of the Epson ET-M1120, ET-M2170 and ET-M3170 models against the average top selling 75% of A4 monochrome laser printers (below 20ppm class) listed in IDC Worldwide Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker 2018Q3 data for the 12 months ending September 2018.  Power consumption values as communicated by the manufacturers websites.