I *hate* consumer grade inkjets.
I acquired an Epson A3 shaped nightmare a few years ago. Last time I bought cartridges it was £80 for the pair. The nozzles dry and clog if the printer is unused for more than a few days, and the nozzle cleaning process uses bucket loads of ink every time you run it. With the last set I had I wouldn't be surprised if less than 40% of that ink I paid £80 for ever actually got anywhere near a page I actually wanted to print.
Now the colour cartridge claims it is 'empty', so it won't even let me just print a page of black copy using the black cartridge which is showing half full. So the hateful, squeaky, brittle plastic pile of shit now resides in its box in the loft. I intend never to own another printer.
Never has any consumer item I've ever owned been more deserving of a frenzied, screaming attack with a baseball bat. Awful things.