Brother HL1212W Mono Wireless Laser Printer £49.99 @ Currys PC World - HotUKDeals
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Brother HL1212W Mono Wireless Laser Printer £49.99 @ Currys PC World

£49.99 @ PC World
My printer failed this evening. I checked HotUKDeals for deals ... didn't see this. The price is £40 (44%) off the pre-Christmas price and £10 cheaper than Maplin, although I see Argos has it for the … Read More
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
My printer failed this evening. I checked HotUKDeals for deals ... didn't see this. The price is £40 (44%) off the pre-Christmas price and £10 cheaper than Maplin, although I see Argos has it for the same money. I went out and bought it to get a project finished ... now I see whether it's hot or cold.

It comes with enough ink for 1,000 pages. For an extra £6 PC World will extend the warranty from two to three years, and convert the guarantee from return-and-wait to instant replacement (even if you have tipped your coffee into it accidentally).

As I'll save more than £6 by using non-Brother ink, I took the instant replacement too.

The "customer support agreement" is usually £12, but it cost me £6 (50% off) in-store. I was offered it at the till. The receipt says it's a promotional offer.

Three years' cheap printing with instant replacement if anything goes wrong for a total of £55.99.
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Going back to a laser was the best move I have made in printers although I grabbed a Samsung colour laser. No more dried out inlets
#2
highwayman8155
Going back to a laser was the best move I have made in printers although I grabbed a Samsung colour laser. No more dried out inlets

how much was the colour laser and what about the colour toner....quite interested in one myself
#3
Cheap toner cartridges.
Heat.
#4
I purchased this printer from Argos to replace my Samsung. I'ts a great small printer ideal for home use. Recommended.
#5
I bought this few months ago. No problem with it so far.
There is another version for 10 pounds cheaper tho if I you don't need wifi.
hl-1112
#6
Bargain if you don't need colour prints, and I'd go for the non wi-fi version posted if you're not bothered about plugging in a cable when you need to print.
#7
If you want super cheap there's the Ricoh SP211 (not wifi) for £24.99 delivered from Tesco via box.co.uk
https://www.tesco.com/direct/ricoh-sp211-mono-laser-a4-usb-printer/676-1263.prd

Edited By: captainbeaky on Feb 11, 2017 17:04
#8
Anonknowmouse
I'd go for the non wi-fi version posted if you're not bothered about plugging in a cable when you need to print.
It that just on the grounds of cost, or do these things tend to be unreliable with wifi?
#9
jfhopkin
Anonknowmouse
I'd go for the non wi-fi version posted if you're not bothered about plugging in a cable when you need to print.
It that just on the grounds of cost, or do these things tend to be unreliable with wifi?

Cost
#10
Combined with that ink cost, good deal but I need auto duplex

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