Epson Artisan 725 All-in-One Printer
excellent for the money
this printer is great for the price. it includes all the features that are included on many other higher end all-in-ones but without the hefty price tag. the ink can get a little expensive but for the amount of photos and documents you can print from the standard size ink cartridge you will not have to buy ink that often. when you do buy ink for it though i would suggest to get the high cap ink cartridges so that you don't need to buy ink that often. i love how you can print photos from this printer without having to turn on a computer since the printer has a memory card reader AND a usb flash drive reader built-in. the touch controls work great and the LCD panel that you use to view the pictures that you are going to print all make printing a breeze even for professional photographers. you can easily print 4x6 up to letter size photos without ever touching a computer. you can print legal size documents from this printer too. comparing my old Epson Stylus NX300 to this one the choice is very clear. if you need to buy a printer for all purpose use then this printer would be perfect for you.
August 11, 2011
Epson Artisan 725
This is a useless piece of equipment. Do not purchase. I've spent $ and used up cartridges for each color simply trying to calibrate the print output. Head cleaning does not solve problem - one/two nozzles are bad, and after several cleanings, those nozzles are fine, but other nozzles are bad. Process is neverending and ends up using up cartridges (see above). Grayscale photos always print with too much cyan.
November 4, 2012
Paper feed a major problem
I agree with other writers about the poor paper feed of this printer. It sucks up 2,3,and 4 sheets at a time, so forget about using two-sided printing. It prints on the top half of one page and the bottom half of the next page it sucks up, so the wastage is terrible. And labels? Forget it! I have to put in six sheets of labels to get one page because I never know how many sheets it's going to suck up. Then it crinkles the other pages so they're useless.
October 2, 2012
Go back to Epson 4200--it works far better
Purchased an Artisan 725 and never, never got it to do anything but print. Never was able to make it scan, etc.
Its predecessor, the Epson 4200, printed, scanned easily and the instructions were easy to understand. The 725 was never more than a printer. If it does something else, it sure was a mystery to me.
Save your money and sanity. Stick with the 4200.
October 1, 2012
I am happy that I bought this wonderful printer. I would definitely recommended to everyone to have this printer. works perfectly to all I needed to print. CD, shipping labels, and other things for my own use. thanks epson.
September 8, 2012
725 Artisan All in One Printer
I do like it but found out that it doesn't seem to cover Airplay! Some things you print on ipad but your email canot like coupons you may get. i figured that wifi would cover everything but does not. Also would like a different scanner with it, different ink so it doesn't dry off.
August 29, 2012
I bouught because i wanted wireless printing. It works on my Android and itouch and ipad too! But now theirs Airplay to print email on ipad. Now I'm confused help resolve this?
August 28, 2012
Don't Buy Artisan 725
I'm very frustrated and disappointed with this Epson product. After very light use, it will not longer load photo paper, only standard paper. No use at all for printing photos if I can't load glossy or matte paper!!!
August 10, 2012
Try to update driver and no 725 model is listed??
Also would ike to be able to connect to wireless network in an easier manner.
August 4, 2012
Epson must have a quality control problem as I see that many of the low ratings relate to paper feeding. I am one of those who happened to get a glitchy Artisan 725 as well. And this time I ordered directly from Epson! Anyway, it won't work on any paper heaiver than 28lbs. Forget card stock and premium photo paper. I am never confident when I print as the feeder always malfunctions at least once on a run with more than 5 pages. These printers may be sensitive to humidity or some other variable. If so they are just too delicate. The 725 is inferior to the 720 in all aspects of performance and a nuisance if you print anything other than lists and letters. I'm done with Epson for good. Their hardware is simply too cheesy.
August 3, 2012