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Kodak ESP-3 Easyshare All In One Printer (1629054)

2.1 out of 5 stars 241 customer reviews

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  • Convenient two-cartridge system
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Product Description

Kodak has combined quality, ease-of-use and affordable inks to create the KODAK ESP 3 All-in-One Printer. It offers high-quality picture and document output, while allowing you to save up to 50% on everything you print when compared to similar consumer inkjet printers. So you can copy, print and scan even more—for less.

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Product Dimensions 11.8 x 16.6 x 6.9 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
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Item model number 1629054
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2.1 out of 5 stars 241 customer reviews

2.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,988 in Electronics > Office Electronics
Date first available at Amazon.com August 22, 2003

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My first printer was the FIRST color inkjet made by HP, I think it was the 750C or something... Anyway, I have used A LOT of inkjet printers at work & at home in the last 20 years and can sort-out the riff-raff from the keepers pretty quickly.

This printer was definitely near the bottom of my printer experiences...


1) I could tell right-away by the flimsy paper tray, cheap removable printhead design & generic software interface that this purchase was a mistake. But I gave it a whirl, hoping to save &&& on ink, installed the ink cartridges & turned it on...

2) After 10 cleaning cycles that left my ink levels at half-full we were finally printing Yellow & Cyan, but Magenta and Black were hit and miss and never did flow steady... Part-way through the picture a color would "go missing" only to return momentarily at some point later.

3) You can only put about 10 photo-sheets in the paper tray reliably, and the last sheet alwasy pulls-up crooked... The printed pages drop down onto the new paper stack, so you cannot see how many sheets you have left until the last page feeds-in crooked & jams... The paper holder sticks WAY out from the base & takes up considerable space.

4) Cheap Ink but EXPENSIVE PAPER! The software won't let you manually adjust any paper settings. Unless you use KODAK PAPER, you cannot print photo-quality prints! WHAT! You can give-away the ink, but if it only works with paper that is $1.00 per sheet, we're not biting, Kodak. What were you thinking??? A special eye looks for special marks on Kodak paper and will not turn-on photo quality unless it "sees" Kodak paper.
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I previously owned a HP500 all in one printer before choosing the Kodak Easyshare ESP3. One reason was because the ink was too expensive and the Kodak seemed like a bargain because of the cheaper ink it offered. The black cartridge will run you $[...] and the color $[...]. I was paying around $[...] prior on ink. Making the total cost for the printer and ink around $165.00. BUT WHAT THEY DON'T TELL YOU is that this printer will only print those superior pictures on Kodak paper. It has a built in scanner that scans the back of the photo paper and automatically sets the image quality. The photo paper will run you around $9.00 bucks for regular glossy (4x6 @ 100 sheets)or the premium quality runs around the same price but you only get 60 4x6 sheets. (premium is better as it is heavier paper and doesn't fold as badly as the regular ones) Forget about using cheaper or other brands of photo paper, Kodak makes it so that they come out horrible. NOT ONLY is that a way to corner the market and make up for the cheap cost of the ink, one very very bad con is that you can forget about using regular non-photo paper. For black and white documents it's acceptable but color pictures are horrible on regular paper. Again Kodak offers something called ULTIMATE PAPER that makes the color quality acceptable. I tried using three different types of paper and only the Kodak paper was acceptable and not really good crisp bright color quality. My HP 500 was way better. This printer works as if it's already built in to work on it's own accessories and nothing else. This printer does not let you control the quality at all. It's set to AUTO PAPER even though i'm using an ultra bright white non kodak brand it will not let you adjust the type of paper you are using.Read more ›
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One star is too many.
My kodak esp 3 printer never worked. Kodak's lack of tech support is absoloutely horrible. This printer ended up being thrown away and I got a lexmark all in one that I am THRILLED WITH.
My brand new printer had a hardware error. The seller offered to accept it back with a 20.00 restocking fee. So after all the shipping charges I would have gotten back around 10.00. Not worth it. When I called "tech support" the woman from a million miles away read me the online website inistructions. I had been there followed those instructions to the letter. I told her that. She said that was all she could do. She offered to let me send back this printer, Kodak would send me a refurbished one. No thanks after the "support" I had received I could only imagine if I had trouble with the next. So it was thrown in the trash and I got a lexmark.
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I liked this printer quite a bit. Ink is inexpensive- main reason we got it. However, after scanning something from it only once, which worked fine, the software is no longer opening and giving me errors. I have tried everything- uninstall, reinstall, firmware updates, everything they suggested to do on their website, etc. I now have a large black multifunction printer that only has one function- it does still print, but I cannot scan or use the software. When I emailed Kodak, they emailed back that because this printer was so successful, they were backlogged on support questions. Hmmmm. That does not sound good. Anyway. You may want to try it and hopefully have better luck than us.

I have wasted several hours on this thing. Will update this if I figure it out, but for now, I cannot give this a good review. It is possible that Windoze is the culprit or a combination of them both.

UPDATE- I should have remembered to update this earlier. I was able to use Adobe to get the scanner function to work. I don't hate this printer, but I don't love it either. I definitely don't want to have to spend hours trying to get equipment to work. I mean it's a printer- I just want to turn it on and use it. The problem was certainly in Kodak's software and should have been figured out by them.
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