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Brother HL-3140cw,Wi-Fi, A4 and Legal Colour Laser Printer £89.00 Staples

£89.00 @ Staples UK
Nice colour printer at a good price with free delivery and make sure you use code 299000065 Read More
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Nice colour printer at a good price with free delivery and make sure you use code 299000065
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2 Likes #1
£29 for a full set of toners (compatibles), not bad!
1 Like #2
nice, cheap toners on Ebay
#3
Thanks OP!

Edited By: mayzi on Feb 18, 2017 19:40: Errors
#4
Looks like a good price for a colour laser....HOT
2 Likes #5
We use these for the Brother 3150cdw model. Can highly recommend them. Had cheaper ones before but they had leaking issues.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01HEXU9PG/
2 Likes #6
Btw I think no 'd' in the model number means that this doesn't not do duplex printing but I could be wrong. I know 'c' is for colour and 'w' for wireless.

Good price for the duplex model:
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/printers-scanners-and-ink/printers/brother-hl3150cdw-colour-compact-wireless-laser-printer-21405955-pdt.html

Edited By: donslibi on Feb 18, 2017 20:59
1 Like #7
I have got the duplex model and been using it for years. No issues printing wirelessly from any device and the toners last a long time
#8
Ordered
2 Likes #9
Had this printer about a year and a half and pretty pleased with it.

When it says toner is depleted it might not be - I read somewhere supply level is based on page count rather than what's printed. You can reset the toner and it will keep printing. I've now done this with each cartridge.
#10
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.

For not much more money they are a much better buy.
1 Like #11
I have this printer and I can recommend it. The only issue I have had is that it seems to lose its wireless connection from time to time. However, I cannot establish whether this is a general network problem or a printer problem. I suspect I have an IP address clash but I cannot get the network to renew these.
4 Likes #12
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.

I have to agree with you.

Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.

duplex print, colour, laser.

duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.

All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.

Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.

Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.

The cashback deal is still alive.

For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.


Edited By: huangxq2 on Feb 18, 2017 23:34: typo.
1 Like #13
donslibi
Btw I think no 'd' in the model number means that this doesn't not do duplex printing but I could be wrong. I know 'c' is for colour and 'w' for wireless.
Good price for the duplex model:http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/printers-scanners-and-ink/printers/brother-hl3150cdw-colour-compact-wireless-laser-printer-21405955-pdt.html

£130 for 3150CDW is the normal price on amazon every day.

If can wait, it sometime reduce price. I bought one in January for £108 less £10 offer from amazon = £98.
#14
It is a ok printer for the price.

But the price is not special. The printer is normally at this price, it has been around £80 for the past months.
#15
Countyforever
I have this printer and I can recommend it. The only issue I have had is that it seems to lose its wireless connection from time to time. However, I cannot establish whether this is a general network problem or a printer problem. I suspect I have an IP address clash but I cannot get the network to renew these.
Can you set your router to give a reserved (fixed) IP address to the MAC address of the printer so the printer always gets assigned the same IP ? Might solve the problem.


Edited By: spannerzone on Feb 18, 2017 23:37
#16
spannerzone
Countyforever
I have this printer and I can recommend it. The only issue I have had is that it seems to lose its wireless connection from time to time. However, I cannot establish whether this is a general network problem or a printer problem. I suspect I have an IP address clash but I cannot get the network to renew these.
Can you set your router to give a reserved (fixed) IP address to the MAC address of the printer so the printer always gets assigned the same IP ? Might solve the problem.
Thanks for your tip. I will give it a go.I know it's going off-topic but I don't seem to have all my devices connected in the same network. That apart, the printer seems to be a sound performer, albeit a bit of a beast.
#17
huangxq2
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.

I have to agree with you.
Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.
duplex print, colour, laser.
duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.
All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.
Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.
Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.
The cashback deal is still alive.
For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.

does the 3150cdw model and the 8650CDW use the same toner carts?
#18
huangxq2
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.
I have to agree with you.
Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.
duplex print, colour, laser.
duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.
All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.
Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.
Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.
The cashback deal is still alive.
For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.
where did you got 8650CDW from with full set of toners?
Thanks
#19
huangxq2
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.
I have to agree with you.
Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.
duplex print, colour, laser.
duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.
All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.
Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.
Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.
The cashback deal is still alive.
For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.
Who did you buy it from to get Quidco and is the £15 code still valid?

Thanks
#20
huangxq2
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.
I have to agree with you.
Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.
duplex print, colour, laser.
duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.
All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.
Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.
Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.
The cashback deal is still alive.
For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.
Who did you buy it from to get Quidco and is the £15 code still valid?

Thanks
1 Like #21
rsl1uk
huangxq2
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.
I have to agree with you.
Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.
duplex print, colour, laser.
duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.
All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.
Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.
Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.
The cashback deal is still alive.
For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.
does the 3150cdw model and the 8650CDW use the same toner carts?
No, it uses different ones, see the brother website for specifications.
1 Like #22
8650CDW is about £250. Where did you get this for £100? Even after cashback we're looking at £150
#23
Countyforever
I have this printer and I can recommend it. The only issue I have had is that it seems to lose its wireless connection from time to time. However, I cannot establish whether this is a general network problem or a printer problem. I suspect I have an IP address clash but I cannot get the network to renew these.

Hi, may I ask if this printer just finishs with black colour, do I need to buy a full colour set, thanks.
#24
Countyforever
I have this printer and I can recommend it. The only issue I have had is that it seems to lose its wireless connection from time to time. However, I cannot establish whether this is a general network problem or a printer problem. I suspect I have an IP address clash but I cannot get the network to renew these.


I've been using this printer since Sep 2015, mostly wifi and I can confirm I never had any problem. My phones and laptop drop wifi connections but this never dropped wifi connection. Print quality is excellent and still on original cartridge.
1 Like #26
Maffew
8650CDW is about £250. Where did you get this for £100? Even after cashback we're looking at £150

(194-15 off code)*1.2 = 217.80 - £100 Brother cashback - £16.3 Quidco cashback = 101.50 end price for 8650CDW.

Quidco tracked straight away.

Brother is really quick with cashback. They approved the application the same day after submission and you do not even need an invoice, just an online order print-out is fine. They confirmed that I will receive in my bank next wed.


I bought too later, the price was about £20 cheaper to start with compare to how much cost me.



Edited By: huangxq2 on Feb 19, 2017 08:14: typo
#27
Maffew
8650CDW is about £250. Where did you get this for £100? Even after cashback we're looking at £150

A little research would go a long way.

You can buy it at Printerland for £229.80 now.

Printerland is approved seller for £100 cashback.
#28
BunchMunch
huangxq2
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.
I have to agree with you.
Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.
duplex print, colour, laser.
duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.
All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.
Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.
Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.
The cashback deal is still alive.
For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.
where did you got 8650CDW from with full set of toners?
Thanks

I heard that from someone before. I just checked Brother website, I was wrong.

Inbox Toners - 2,500 pages* BK 1,500 pages* C, M, Y, Standard Toner Black (TN-321BK) - 2,500 pages*, Standard Toners Colour (TN-321C / M / Y) - 1,500 pages*

High Yield Toner Black (TN-326BK) - 4,000 pages*, High Yield Toners Colour (TN-326C / M / Y) - 3,500 pages*

Not the high yield toners in the box. But a lot better than the starter toner comes with 3140CW.
#29
davek
huangxq2
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.
I have to agree with you.
Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.
duplex print, colour, laser.
duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.
All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.
Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.
Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.
The cashback deal is still alive.
For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.
Who did you buy it from to get Quidco and is the £15 code still valid?
Thanks

I purchased from Viking. It is now increased the price.

You would be better buy from another supplier, such as, Printerland for £230.

I do not know if they offer any discount code, Printerland has TCB at 3.3%.
1 Like #30
Don't forget 8% Topcashback. Not sure if you can use it with the discount code, but if it works, then should be £81.80 :)
#31
Great printer, bought it after a previous deal on here.
#32
Glad an illegal colour laser printer is not being offered.
#33
Can anyone recommend a full set of decent compatible cartridges for the 8650CDW?

Cheers
#34
Can anyone recommend anything similar that also scans documents?

Edited By: PSmith222 on Feb 20, 2017 21:59: .
#35
huangxq2
Thoughtful
The issue with this printer is that the footprint is just the same as the larger 8 series, and the only size dimension smaller is the height. To do this it sacrifices the size of the toner cartridges which are far smaller than the 8 machines.
For not much more money they are a much better buy.
I have to agree with you.
Recently got 8650CDW for around £100 after £100 cashback, £16 quidco and £15 off code.
duplex print, colour, laser.
duplex scan too, scan both sides at the same time, paper only go in once. (can automatically skip empty page which make bulk scanning mixed single side and duplex side much easier). With ADF as well.
All my documents are now digital now. Recycled a whole cabin of documents this week.
Could not be happier. It is better than my 3150CDW, and this 3140CW. Bear in mind, 8650 is twice the height compare to 3140 or 3150.
Comes with full set catridge rather than half capacity entry ones.
The cashback deal is still alive.
For around £100, 8650CDW is a much better deal.

Completely Agree with you, for around £100 L8650 is a real bargain!! I bought one too :) quite pleased with airprint, duplex scan, duplex print and the print quality and speed..not gonna use the fax feature anyway, for about £100 thats a way better deal!!
#36
Seems my deal has pointed me (if) i buy a laser printer to a better model.. bought an ink jet but it's ink hungry !
#37
Spend £145 to qualify for "free" delivery to Northern Ireland? That is a total disgrace. It has to be the worst case of extortion of NI customers from any major retailer in the UK. There really should be a law against this fleecing NI residents to subsidise "free" delivery for "mainland" UK customers. Sorry but I have to vote cold on this purely because of this.

Just checked and even with the discount applied they're still looking £102. I don't think so.


Edited By: mickrick on Feb 19, 2017 16:43: Update
1 Like #38
PSmith222
Can anyone recommend anything similar that also has a scans documents?

As I mentioned above, 8650CDW with duplex print, duplex scanning and ADF.

Currently has £100 cashback, you can get it for £130 after cashback. Also quidco/TCB available.

I got it for £100 after cashback earlier. Price has now increased slightly.

Edited By: huangxq2 on Feb 19, 2017 22:56: typo
1 Like #39
garethsmith72
Seems my deal has pointed me (if) i buy a laser printer to a better model.. bought an ink jet but it's ink hungry !

ink jet is more costly in printing, also caused by ink dry up, and because of so may block nozzle if not used frequently.

I had three ink jets had the same problem in a line.

Never ever ink jet for me again. Laser only.
#40
RudeYute
Can anyone recommend a full set of decent compatible cartridges for the 8650CDW?
Cheers

I'd like to know this as well so giving this a bump :D

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