James Dodwell


It’s a good 3d printer for the money. It does take some time to set up, but its not too difficult if you know if you do your homework correctly.

Expect a lot of trial and error, but that will be the case with any 3d printer you purchase. The company could have made some better instructions to help customers to build. Pay very close attention to the pictures or be ready for a long ride home. The acrylic used for the printer is not of the greatest quality so make sure you don’t tighten it too much, or else you might end up cracking it.

The MK8 extruder along with the heated bed works perfectly with most plastics. Make sure to get the bed calibration right before you start printing.



This one is the cheapest Kit I found on this website and I was not very keen at purchasing anything that was more than $250 I went in for this one.

The Kit arrived quickly and safely, printing well



It’s a Complete kit – has everything nicely labeled and packed inside the kit. There are no Test Filaments included so you will have to order it separately. The Kit is easy to assemble if you follow the instructions and don’t jump the guns.

Tip: if the bed or print head do not slide well try flipping slider bearings around or using a different combination.

Jose E. Garcia Torres


Hi, I will tell you the true. The Product is a good product for the price. All the modification you needed to make on other model are integrated in this iteration of the Prusa i3.(Something i loved about it) My suggestion: if your going to use two filament; well buy the kit that includes the Dual Extruder.(you will be saving money and time)

Regard to Everyone.

Jacob Winston


I bought the Geeetech Premium Prusa i3 Kit two months before and it arrived within stipulated time frame with all the requisite tools. Although the basic structure devising of Prusa i3 Kit was easy but Z limit switch placement was a challenge.

It was not correctly marked in the manual picture. Thereby, a lot time was wasted in positioning it perfectly.  

I was wondering whether MK8 extruder and heated bed will work fine or not but thank God both of them works perfectly with almost all plastics.