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Casio CW-75 Disc Title Printer - £39.99 delivered

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[mod] 1d, 2m agoFound 1 decade, 2 months ago
This Casio CW-75 Disc Title Printer has been reduced from £99.99 to just £39.99 delivered from Maplin. The cheapest i can find this elsewhere is £62!

Description: As more and more CD-Rs are veing used for data storage, the need for referencing of discs becomes greater. Using direct thermal printing technology, the CW75 can print up to 5 different colours and no damage is caused to the discs, there is no waiting for the ink to dry and the print does not peel off.
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http://www.maplin.co.uk/images/full/49073i0.jpg
Features:
* Thermal printing - ink dries immediately and does not scratch off
* QWERTY keyboard - same layout as PC for simplified data entry
* LCD display
* Portable - PC peripheral or stand alone
* 5 colour printing
* Print width 16mm approx
* Printing resolution 200dpi
* Fonts - New Sans Serif, New Sans Seris Italic, New Sans Seriff Rounded, New
* Roman, and New Roman Italic
* Power requirements 8xAA alkaline batteries / adaptor optional
* Dimensions 76 (H) x 184 (W) x 185 (D) mm
#2
i almost bought one of these last year, but they were expensive, this is a much better deal!!

Heres a bigger pic
http://www.maplin.co.uk/images/full/49073i0.jpg

There are more maplin deals here


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#3
Was beaten to the pic lol
[mod]#4
lol! Thanks chrisapplegate, i do that all the time :)
#5
Nice to know i'm not the only one!!:oops:
#6
I bought one a couple of years ago - works very well - batteries last a reasonable time, but best to use an external PSU.

So who's going to find the cheapest source for the ink cartridges?
#7
thats the next thing i was going to ask , how much to thermal ink carts cost
can the unit be attatched to computer for image manipulation ? or does it only print text via the keyboard ?
#8
If you are looking for a CD printer that can do graphics and attach to a pc, then an Epson R220 photo quality printer may be a better choice.
It can print onto inkjet printable CD/DVDs and cheap "Epson compatible" cartriges are available for about £6 a set (six cartriges)
PC World have it on "Clearance" offer at £69.98 inc delivery.
(Don't bother to buy PC world's USB cable for it though (£9.99) or cartriges - they are much cheaper elswhere).
#9
Great find! Picked up mine today, been looking at these for ages - the store said that they were a 'new line' to them and cartridges will be available instore shortly (he said that stores have been allocated 500 mixed ribbons).
#10
ah....but how quick does it print...can you for example type in the text and then do multiple prints....reason I as is while the epson is great at printing...even if you only want a few lines of text....it takes forever by the time it draws the tray in and out....lol
#11
Daves_Deals
If you are looking for a CD printer that can do graphics and attach to a pc, then an Epson R220 photo quality printer may be a better choice.
It can print onto inkjet printable CD/DVDs and cheap "Epson compatible" cartriges are available for about £6 a set (six cartriges)
PC World have it on "Clearance" offer at £69.98 inc delivery.
(Don't bother to buy PC world's USB cable for it though (£9.99) or cartriges - they are much cheaper elswhere).


I can second that. Its a great printer that I use solely for dvds and cds. You can create much better designs on a pc and the ink will be way cheaper too I bet. If you don't need a standalone device I'd recommend the Epson:thumbsup:

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