Brother DCP-150C All in One Printer Reduced to £44.99 @ Maplin - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest I can find on the net.

Inc free delivery until 9am Tuesday.

Apparently this uses cheap ink?

All-in-one flatbed colour printer, scanner and copier
Printing speed: up to 27ppm mono and 22ppm colour
Up to 6000 x 1200dpi print resolution
Up to 100 sheet paper capacity
Individual colour ink cartridges
PC-free copying
Pictbridge connection as standard
Scan to email, OCR, image, file or card
Prints digital images direct from CF, MS, MS Pro, SD, XD Picture Card, and Multimedia Card
When you require an all-in-one flatbed colour printer, scanner and copier, the DCP-150C is the perfect choice for the home and home office. The simple to use PhotoCapture Centre allows you to print photos directly from your memory card quickly and easily.
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#1
Good price.

Also instore at staples for £40. (possibly the DCP-135C)
Very cheap ink cartridges so a great buy
#2
I've got the 135C version, and it is a cracking little machine,
Best budget all in one machine i've ever had.

Ditto about the cheap ink
#3
This is the next model up then. Quidco 4%

Direct link below.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=218985&DOY=15m9
#4
Looks good - I am quite tempted as need a new printer. Anyone know how much the ink cartridges are?
#5
LadyEleanor

Very cheap ink cartridges so a great buy


How much is the ink for this printer? Tempted to buy to replace my dell printer which costs nearly £40 to refill!:x
#6
£1.27 each at ink.co.uk from a quick look. Probably cheaper elsewhere.

Ive had 2 brother all in ones. Excellent value and reliability.
#7
kevinyork
£1.27 each at ink.co.uk from a quick look. Probably cheaper elsewhere.

Ive had 2 brother all in ones. Excellent value and reliability.


Thanks very cheap, dell can stuff their expensive printer ink up their xxxx.
#8
LadyEleanor
Good price.

Also instore at staples for £40. (possibly the DCP-135C)
Very cheap ink cartridges so a great buy


Yes the DCP-135C is cheaper at Staples but the DCP-150C is more expensive
#9
Sorry to be thick but does this need a USB cable or does everything come in the box?
#10


You need to add VAT to the Staples price, so this deal is cheaper.
#11
Almost all printers do NOT come with a USB lead, I'm wondering how it is that people do not know this by now?

As for the 135c. I had 5 between my home and office and they were great little machines. BUT, I may have been very unlucky, but NONE lasted longer than 18 months.
#12
Wow - £1.27 for a cartridge! I thought you were referring to the ink refill kits at first.

Has any1 tried a refill kit? I have a HP C3180, very expensive cartridges. Im tempted by the refill kits, dont really want to buy another printer or replace the cartridges for my existing!
#13
These Printers can also use a ciss system..very tempted to get one
#14
falcon65
These Printers can also use a ciss system..very tempted to get one


Excuse my ignorance - what's a ciss system please?
#15
Hi Its a continuous ink system...you get external tanks that feed the ink cartridges .they hold alot more ink and can save you alot of money if you do alot of printing.Just top the tanks up.
#16
Ah right! Continuous ink system. Think I've seen these where you stick some big tanks of ink on the side of your printer. Thanks for the explanation.
#17
I bought one when it was posted before at Rymans - think I got mine for £35.99. The ink is dead cheap at [url]www.ink.co.uk[/url] at 97p per cartridge!!!
Suppose even it only lasts 18 months it''s worth it at that price! And it depends how much you use it. also wondering what 'ciss' is???
#18
just spotted this reply. I didn't know what it meant (ciss) but have one for my Epson RX620, which has packed up! Loads of ink left too. Definitely a great system as long as the printer lasts.
Does anyone know if the printer gives a message 'some parts of your printer are beyond their service life' is it time to chuck it out? My Epson RX620 is a great all in one although a bit bulky - have to decide whether to chuck out or try to get fixed.
#19
leon7mar

Does anyone know if the printer gives a message 'some parts of your printer are beyond their service life' is it time to chuck it out? My Epson RX620 is a great all in one although a bit bulky - have to decide whether to chuck out or try to get fixed.


Most printers used to be designed to shake themselves to bits. new ones aren't so much, but go electronically wrong. Just run it until it breaks, Most printers are exactly the same if you are just using it for home.

Also, just bought mine from Maplin
#20
wow £1.27 for 25ml black link ....
i just checked my canon mp460 ... £10 for 22ml ....
So Brother is HOT .
#21
Jsut brought one as my Laser printer ran out yesterday & it would of cost me £50 for a new toner , so i may as well get a new printer :thumbsup:
#22
Sod it - im gonna order one now. It wud cost me approx £20-25 for cartridges in total for my HP C3180 anyway, gona try to fleabay it for a tenner. The Brother will practically almost pay for itself :-D

Take some heat and rep!
#23
leon7mar
just spotted this reply. I didn't know what it meant (ciss) but have one for my Epson RX620, which has packed up! Loads of ink left too. Definitely a great system as long as the printer lasts.
Does anyone know if the printer gives a message 'some parts of your printer are beyond their service life' is it time to chuck it out? My Epson RX620 is a great all in one although a bit bulky - have to decide whether to chuck out or try to get fixed.


Do NOT chuck this out - it is not dead, nor past its 'servicable life'. This is Epson speak for, buy one of our new printers, coz we don't want you using this one forever do we.

Download and install the Epson SSC Utility (free from some Russian author I seem to remember - Google search will find several instances).

It will give you the ability to reset this message and give you at least 6 months extra life on it.

The reasoning for the message is the sponges get 'full' of ink, so at some point it will affect print quality and damage the print heads etc. But until that happens why shouldn't you continue to use it.

The SSC Utility is easy to use.
#24
does anyone know if this supports wifi? I didn't see it mentioned on the site.
#25
why Expired ? over £35 is free delivery anyway.
#26
vicko;3032223
why Expired ? over £35 is free delivery anyway.


Out of stock
#27
oibaldy
You need to add VAT to the Staples price, so this deal is cheaper.


That was the in-store VAT included price. Had '£10 off'
#28
Seems they have more stock in - just cj=hecked the website now. This should be unexpired really

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