Epson's quick-drying, long-lasting ink delivers vivid, true-to-life photos and laser-sharp text

Vivid colour – Every timeAccurate colours, remarkably sharp text.

Epson inks are manufactured using a high-tech production process. Why? So you'll have the highest quality inks possible to put in your Epson printer or all-in-one. Specially formulated to work with Epson printers and specialty paper, Epson ink delivers superior photographic-quality prints with true-to-life colour and laser-sharp text.

Fade-resistant Don't let your memories fade.

Share your cherished photos with family and friends for generations to come. Combine genuine Epson ink with Epson specialty paper for spectacular photos that will last for up to 200 years.1

Epson Ink
Epson Ink

Epson ink and specialty papers are optimised to resist fading for generations.

Non-Epson Ink
Non-Epson Ink

Prints made using non-Epson inks may fade in time.

Quick-dry Smudge resistant inks.

Unlike some other inks, Epson dries quickly. And that means your prints are smudge resistant right out of the printer.

Epson Ink
Epson Ink

With Epson ink, your prints come out of the printer dry and quickly touchable.

Generic Ink

Non-Epson inks needs time to dry and may streak or smear.

Hassle-free Replace only the colour you need.

Life is convenient with our individual ink cartridges because you only have to replace the colour you need. If you're out of cyan, replace only the cyan cartridge and get back to printing ASAP.

Variety Ink cartridge capacities to meet your print volumes.

Do you print a lot or just occasionally? With Epson printers you can choose the cartridge that fits your printing needs. From low cost cartridges for the price conscious to extra high capacity cartridges for high print volume.

  1. Data is calculated using accelerated simulation of fading under indoor preservation conditions including fluorescent light indoor display. Temperature, humidity and some atmospheric gases may also affect the rate of fading. The estimated lightfastness period does not indicate the colour changing or the durability of the paper itself. Epson recommends that your prints be stored in a photo album (or plastic photo storage box) in acid free, archival sleeves commonly available from most camera shops.