Colour Laser printer ADF + MFC Brother MFC-L8650CDW £217.80 (£117.80 after £100 cashback) @ Viking Direct - HotUKDeals
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Colour Laser printer ADF + MFC Brother MFC-L8650CDW £217.80 (£117.80 after £100 cashback) @ Viking Direct

£217.80 @ Viking Direct
Brother Multi function colour laser printer with duplex automatic document feeder and duplex printer. £114.80 after £100 cashback and £15 viking discount on website on £150 spend till 10th February… Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Brother Multi function colour laser printer with duplex automatic document feeder

and duplex printer. £114.80 after £100 cashback and £15 viking discount on website on £150 spend till 10th February plus topcashback

Print at up to 28 pages per minute in mono or colour (quite impressive)

250 sheet paper tray is useful

- jasee

The £15 off code is: PLA-COUP15
- Newbold
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#1
Link appears broken?
#2
Looks like a good deal.

It's pretty tall though, so if you've got it under a shelf or similar then make sure you've got room to open the top to use the flatbed scanner.
#3
How do u get the £15 discount?
#4
Any idea on how expensive the toners might be? Or if they're refillable?
[mod]#5
Hi ST30
You forgot to include VAT so I've edited to reflect the actual price
#6
Viking direct....check out their trust pilot reviews ! Still waiting on a refund from them 2 weeks late!
1 Like #7
This is a ridiculously cheap price. I own the older model, Brother DCP-9020CDW, which amazon still sell for £185. These printers are large, but they're great quality. Toners can be bought cheaply if you get non-originals (no difference in quality). Can scan wirelessly to computer or to the cloud (google drive etc). I've never looked back. Changed my life really. At this price, let it change yours too.
1 Like #8
Here's the link: http://www.viking-direct.co.uk/mb/skupage.do?skuid=6865704&pr=Q22 plus you can choose a 3 year warranty instead of the £100 reduction if you wish.
#9
Claim the cashback or extra warranty here
#10
R0adRat
How do u get the £15 discount?

there was a discount button on £150 spend to add to basket on the home page. just appeared there
#11
andywedge
Hi ST30
You forgot to include VAT so I've edited to reflect the actual price

£214.80 was inclusive of VAT on my invoice. £15 discount was taken off pre-VAT.
#12
what about the 600dpi? compared to 1200dpi with inkjet printers...any thoughts?

Edited By: weaseled on Feb 07, 2017 01:18
1 Like #13
dab radio instead of cash off now?
1 Like #14
Just bought, as "sowotdis" says, free portable usb charged DAB Radio / MP3 (CF Card) player now instead of the £15 off. My purchased tracked on HUKD with 8.5% off (£16.30), hence final price for me is £116.50 (assuming the £100 cashback comes in as expected). The free radio thing being icing on cake (wanted one of those anyway).
#15
Good luck with Viking.

I tried to get a HL-L8250CDN off them last year when it was a really good price. Didn't turn up after weeks, then they said no stock, I think they just have terrible (or clever!) stock and price management systems. Took ages to get a refund too.
1 Like #16
weaseled
what about the 600dpi? compared to 1200dpi with inkjet printers...any thoughts?
Yes :) It's ok for coloured letterheads etc, solid blocks of colour but not ok for realistic photos. Also because of the nature of toner, using glossy paper doesn't give an increase in the range of tones
2 Likes #17
Looks good, a set of 4 compatable toners are around £60, print approx 3,500 pages.
2 Likes #18
"Certifications & Standards: ISIS"

oO
1 Like #19
We paid £200ish for this a year ago. Best printer we've had, really get on with it. Toner (compatible) is reasonable too
banned 1 Like #20
looks nice
2 Likes #21
BagABargain78
Any idea on how expensive the toners might be? Or if they're refillable?

Toners are refillable, but the key to this printer is not believing it when it tell you they are empty! It can do this when the cartridges are half full! Keep resetting them until they really do expire and then you can refill them with kits bought from the net, or buy compatibles. There are no chips on them, just a shaped wheel which makes them an ideal cartridge for refilling.
#22
mcknej01
Just bought, as "sowotdis" says, free portable usb charged DAB Radio / MP3 (CF Card) player now instead of the £15 off. My purchased tracked on HUKD with 8.5% off (£16.30), hence final price for me is £116.50 (assuming the £100 cashback comes in as expected). The free radio thing being icing on cake (wanted one of those anyway).


Please can you tel me if i have to put a code to get the radio or is it added automatically?
#23
£11.5 tracked in topcashback so will work out £103.3 inclusive for me
#24
vaugi
Good luck with Viking.
I tried to get a HL-L8250CDN off them last year when it was a really good price. Didn't turn up after weeks, then they said no stock, I think they just have terrible (or clever!) stock and price management systems. Took ages to get a refund too.

I bought the same printer at the same deal, apart from an initial mess up where I couldn't get the discount if I didn't sign up for an account I had a smooth experience. Ordered, turned up within some reasonable time (idk, 5 working days?) and that was that. Cashback was quick to process too.

Tempted by this one since a scanner would be useful but we're fine with the print-only brother for now.

Edited By: CampGareth on Feb 07, 2017 09:50
#25
same deal on printland, leo, ebuyer....and couple of other sellers
#26
jasee
weaseled
what about the 600dpi? compared to 1200dpi with inkjet printers...any thoughts?
Yes :) It's ok for coloured letterheads etc, solid blocks of colour but not ok for realistic photos. Also because of the nature of toner, using glossy paper doesn't give an increase in the range of tones

Thank you...
#27
Thoughtful
BagABargain78
Any idea on how expensive the toners might be? Or if they're refillable?
Toners are refillable, but the key to this printer is not believing it when it tell you they are empty! It can do this when the cartridges are half full! Keep resetting them until they really do expire and then you can refill them with kits bought from the net, or buy compatibles. There are no chips on them, just a shaped wheel which makes them an ideal cartridge for refilling.
I use these at work and that's the first thing I do when it says out of ink. It's a very good price but too big for me at home. Have some heat.
#28
ST30
£11.5 tracked in topcashback so will work out £103.3 inclusive for me
how come you've got that much.. it says 2.3% for electricals?
#29
anyone know what the £15 discount code is? it says in OP until 10th Feb
1 Like #30
KERMITZBITZ
ST30
£11.5 tracked in topcashback so will work out £103.3 inclusive for me
how come you've got that much.. it says 2.3% for electricals?


Tracked as a standard purchase, TV and electrical maybe are kettles, microwave etc
#31
How come I cant find any of the offers for the free radio or £15 off ?
#32
usman330
How come I cant find any of the offers for the free radio or £15 off ?


Have you tried clearing your cookies. Radio was listed as banner top of screen but it said while available.
#33
Sorry but where is the £15 off code, cannot see it anywhere?? Can see the DAB radio but not the code?
#34
BagABargain78
Link appears broken?

I presume that's a question, no it appears fine.
1 Like #35
You are allowed up to 2 free gifts. Add this code in search: Y22-8058729

It's a free 7 inch tablet..... old spec, but free.
#36
Showing £232 now.
#37
That was pretty shoddy customer service. Went on live chat to enquire about the free gift, as now the portable radio, and the £15 off voucher isn't working. Thought they might offer a little something off on chat, like most decent websites do, but he just said printers are excluded from money off offers or free gifts :(


Edited By: krato on Feb 07, 2017 14:50: .
#38
Good price OP
#39
Hot! My dell just broke down yesterday after 4 years of (ab)use.
1 Like #40
krato
That was pretty shoddy customer service. Went on live chat to enquire about the free gift, as now the portable radio, and the £15 off voucher isn't working. Thought they might offer a little something off on chat, like most decent websites do, but he just said printers are excluded from money off offers or free gifts :(

Yeah, they're shockingly bad when I had to deal with them before.

Bought a Brother printer and when faced with a fault with 2/3 months I contacted them. They wanted me to package it up and arrange collection, so I did. Wait at home all day. No courier came. Rang them, they said they would collect the day after. Waited at home all day again, nothing. After contacting them again they admitted that they never arranged for a courier to collect and they had changed their mind oO The rest would make an interesting story but I'll save the time.....

Edited By: joshp on Feb 08, 2017 21:35: .

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