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Big foot or damper CIS?

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Default Big foot or damper CIS?

Hi I have an Epson 2100 A3 printer, will be buying a CISS for it shortly.

Just wondering on opinions,

option 1) -> damper system pigment inks ($209.95 120ml prefilled)

option 2) -> bigfoot CIS pigment system ($152.96 100ml prefilled)

Only slight difference in price, I have seen mixed reviews of both on this site. Any users with positive or negative comments would be a big help. (first time CISer)

also as a side note, if one of the inks is already empty, do i need to replace it before installing the CIS?

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