Dell 1320CN Colour Network Laser Printer with Two sets of IJT Toners = £124.95 + £8.95 delivery £133.90 - HotUKDeals
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Seems a slightly different offer to those previously. They have changed the wording of the deal so you are now buying their "toners with free printer" and not the "printer with free toner".


I am wondering if it is still considered hot as I am thinking of getting one.


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1 Like #1
Bought this last time. Excellent Laser. Cheaper buying replacement toners on ebay:

Item number: 250658565646

Full set of toners, £18+6 postage.
#2
Sin_of_nature
Bought this last time. Excellent Laser printer .
I second that! Great printers!

Edited By: speed007 on Jun 21, 2011 20:48
#3
realblender
Slightly different offer to those previously. They have changed the wording of the deal so you are now buying their "toners with free printer" and not the "printer with free toner".
I imagine this implies no warranty ? but dont really know.
I am also not sure if the printer is new or refurbished?
I was just thinking the same! cuz you could be shafted with no warrenty printer!!
#4
Just try and email IJT and ask them what the toners are that you are buying. You will hear nothing from them. Not saying that the toners are bad or anything but that the customer service is rubbish. I bought this printer but from Amazon where I know I WILL get customer service. Shame Amazon don't appear to do them any more
#5
Brilliant printer, got one about one and a half years ago on a similar deal.
One warning though, it isn't Mac compatible which is a pain in the ass for us as a family as we have a mixture of Windows PCs and a Mac.
#6
Brilliant printer. I also bought this from IJT last year.
The offer has been going for ages. As mentioned by the OP the wording has changed slightly.
I was almost tempted to buy another one just in case X)
Heat added. Always nice to have a reminder of older deals that are still available.

Edited By: gandalf999 on Jun 21, 2011 21:24
2 Likes #7
Coincidentally I bought this deal on sunday and it was delivered today. Just got in from work and set it up on my home network, very simple procedure, just followed the instructions in the box.

I haven't played with any of the settings yet, but the default prints are fantastic. I can't believe how much better this is over or very expensive monster of a colour laser we have at work (an ibm from memory).

Text is nice and sharp, colours are solid, and photos on plain paper are just as good as in inkjet on plain paper.

Cannot reccommend this deal highly enough.

The only thing to watch out for is to make sure you click the toner cartridges in fully, may need to use a bit of force, you will know if not in properly as the door wont shut.

Cheers




Edited By: DuvetDude on Jun 21, 2011 21:36
1 Like #8
I confirmed with ITJ before I bought mine. Printer is new (which is definitelty was) but toners are refurbs that are shipped. On the upside, genuine toners would have had less toner in them as manufacturers never give you full toners/ink cartridges with new printers.

Sin


Edited By: Sin_of_nature on Jun 21, 2011 21:49
1 Like #9
I got this from IJT. When it arrived it printed the test page then showed a fault light. I couldn't get it to reset so rang IJT. They were apologetic and gave me a phone number to call that was Dell Tech Support. The guy knew what the fault was straight away. It required a new Head. I said I was surprised a New Printer needed a new part but he said it was probably a manufacturing fault. Anyway, they sent a new Head by next day delivery. Problem sorted. The printer has been great since.

I have mine networked. The printer doesn't come with a Ethernet cable so if you want to network it you'll need to buy a cable. You can pick one up for a quid. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Cat5e-RJ45-Ethernet-Network-Cable/dp/B000IAHNVG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308689390&sr=8-1

The print quality is very good. I like the sheen you get from laser prints and you don't have to wait for the ink to dry on your document! We don't do much printing so we're still on the first set of toners. Having toners also means there's no print heads to dry out like there is on Ink Jet Printers.

If you want my advice as a user of this printer I'd say get one. You won't regret it. But you'll need a decent size space... it's a BIG printer. :D

EDIT: This will give you an idea of the size. He prints a page out but you can't see the print quality very well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0q8gVN6ej9M

Edited By: Blasphemous on Jun 21, 2011 22:12: .
#10
HOW LARGE OR BIG ARE THE TONERS????

as i bought one printer hp, and the toners were tiny about 5cm by 7cm,
1 Like #11
I bought this last time too.
Pretty decent printer, gets awkward at times, and needs to be reinstalled for reasons best known to IT
Doesn't do DVD/CD covers (important for me) but it's a decent printer for all that
1 Like #12
It's been free printer with 2 sets of toner for a long time now (hence their 10,000 given away already). Was when I bought mine 6 months ago. So normal price unfortunately; not really much of a 'deal' been the same price for a while.

Toners are cheaper on ebay. They last about 2000 pages (they claim). V. good quality to be fair.

Email from April:

1320CN Colour Laser

Top specification, high performance NETWORK colour laser with built-in networking perfect for the home, business or studio!
PRINT SPEED: Up to 16 A4 pages per min mono and 12 A4 ppm colour
RESOLUTION: Up to 600 x 600 dots per inch PROCESSOR: 333 MHz
INTERFACES: USB 2.0 port and Ethernet 10/100 BaseT port
TONER LIFE: Up to 2,000 copies DUTY CYCLE: Max 35,000 a month
ABSOLUTELY FREE!
WHEN YOU BUY A FEW IJT RECYCLED CARTRIDGES FOR THE PRINTER


Edited By: muddyfox470 on Jun 21, 2011 23:53
#13
realblender
DuvetDude
Coincidentally I bought this deal on sunday and it was delivered today. Just got in from work and set it up on my home network, very simple procedure, just followed the instructions in the box.

I haven't played with any of the settings yet, but the default prints are fantastic. I can't believe how much better this is over or very expensive monster of a colour laser we have at work (an ibm from memory).

Text is nice and sharp, colours are solid, and photos on plain paper are just as good as in inkjet on plain paper.

Thanks for posting. Was the printer new?



Yes, as others have posted the unit was definitely brand new, I suspect the box had been opeed to remove the original toners, but that is all, it still had all of the safety packaging in place preventing it from being used.
#14
Doesn't to CD covers? We did wedding inserts and they were ackward sizes. Cant imagine CD size covers any more of a problem than them. You just have to adjust the paper holders on the paper tray. Only glitch we've noticed is that if you print onto ackward sized paper (say 10 copies), some of them printed 2 copies then stopped with error. You then clicked continue and it did another 2... etc. That was annoying to be fair. :-)

Sin

PhilK
I bought this last time too.
Pretty decent printer, gets awkward at times, and needs to be reinstalled for reasons best known to IT
Doesn't do DVD/CD covers (important for me) but it's a decent printer for all that




Edited By: Sin_of_nature on Jun 22, 2011 07:58
#15
Bought this one over a year ago and am still using the original set of toners. Brilliant printer, only downside is the size of the thing!
#16
Has anyone printed photos and been pleased with the output? I know photos on plain paper were mentioned above, what about on glossy photo paper?

The print resolution is 600x600 which seems quite low?
#17
DuvetDude

Text is nice and sharp, colours are solid, and photos on plain paper are just as good as in inkjet on plain paper.

Did you mean to say laser photos on plain paper are as good a inkjet on photo paper ?

This a great printer, cheap toner available, but be aware its huge (very tall!)
#18
I've just bought one as I've been looking for a printer for months, but I generally don't trust them! I've had 4 printers in the past 3 years and all of them have let me down, albeit they were inkjets, mostly epson but I had an HP which was draining my wallet in cartridges, so I thought I'd try a laser. The problem with them was with inks drying up and the printhead blocking, as I don't print that much. The toners for this dell seem really cheap, especially for a set of 4! Can anyone confirm any sellers on ebay supplying 2000 page toners for <£28? Most say 2000, but I don't know whether I'd trust them with IJT having 1000 page toners for the same price.

Also in other posts on HUKD people have mentioned it comes with a 2 year on site warranty with next day service, does anyone know if this is still true? I guess I'll find out when it arrives. From what I've read Dell seem to be fine with you using compatible toners, and they don't void the warranty.

I'm not looking forward to setting it up as I've never had a laser printer before, and I've heard of some bad experiences with the instructions not being clear!
1 Like #19
krato
I'm not looking forward to setting it up as I've never had a laser printer before, and I've heard of some bad experiences with the instructions not being clear!
There's a disc in the box. Pop it into your pc. It has a series of videos showing you how to set it up. It is a lengthy process (just because there are several 'tapes' that need removing), but it's not complicated. The most complicated part is setting up a laptop to connect to it wirelessly.
#20
Blasphemous
krato
I'm not looking forward to setting it up as I've never had a laser printer before, and I've heard of some bad experiences with the instructions not being clear!
There's a disc in the box. Pop it into your pc. It has a series of videos showing you how to set it up. It is a lengthy process (just because there are several 'tapes' that need removing), but it's not complicated. The most complicated part is setting up a laptop to connect to it wirelessly.


Thanks Blasphemous! With the printer not coming with a cartridge already installed is it much different to set it up? Don't get me wrong I'm usually 100% fine with installing/setting things up, it's just with not having a laser before, they look a lot more technical and complicated! heh
#21
As well as the CD, you get this monster cardboard poster that shows each step too. :)

Sin

Blasphemous
krato
I'm not looking forward to setting it up as I've never had a laser printer before, and I've heard of some bad experiences with the instructions not being clear!
There's a disc in the box. Pop it into your pc. It has a series of videos showing you how to set it up. It is a lengthy process (just because there are several 'tapes' that need removing), but it's not complicated. The most complicated part is setting up a laptop to connect to it wirelessly.
2 Likes #22
Sin_of_nature
As well as the CD, you get this monster cardboard poster that shows each step too. :)

Sin
You do indeed. Thanks Sin.

It's a doddle krato. In fact it's easier than an ink jet. You don't have to faff about with getting the print head in the right place or anything. And you don't get covered in ink!

Technically it's not difficult. It's just that there are a lot of 'tapes/ribbons' that need to be removed but it shows you everything in the videos mate. Your PC should/will see this when you plug it in. But don't plug it in until the video tells you to. The other good thing about the videos is you can stop them and rewatch to see how something was done. I did that a couple of times and I'm a bit of a techy but I'm also a stickler for doing things right and I didn't want to break my new toy! :p As I say, it really isn't a 'technical' thing to set up but there is a 'manual' process that needs to be followed and that process is shown every step of the way on the set up disc videos.

I mentioned above that I had a problem with mine when it was set up but the new head (the part that was knackered), came the next day and it has worked great since then. I love the quality of the prints. The sheen that you get from laser prints just gives documents a new level in my opinion. AND... unlike an ink jet print out, if you get a drop of water on the page you've printed it doesn't end up looking like some sort of washed out water colour painting like you get with Ink Jet print outs.

We don't do much printing at all so again, there's no issues with Print Heads getting blocked with dried up ink. With our old Ink Jet we used to have to save whatever it was we wanted printing, onto a USB stick then load it into the Home PC then print it out. Now, if someone wants something printed from the laptop in another part of the house... no problem, they just print as normal and the printer prints away happily! It's funny how little things like that make you think, 'why didn't we get one of these years ago!' :D Just in case anyone doesn't realise, you will need a Wireless Router and an Ethernet Cable if you want to print wirelessly. I provided a link to a 99p Ethernet Cable above. And most ISP give you a Wireless Router these days. If you haven't got one, ring up your ISP and tell them you want one or you're leaving (they'll probably provide one for free).

I honestly can't find anything to fault about this printer. The only thing I'd point out (as I mentioned above and gave a video link), is that it's stands quite high. But once it's been there for a day or two you don't notice any difference. Get one, you really won't regret it. 8)

Edited By: Blasphemous on Jun 22, 2011 16:27
1 Like #23
That sounds all right then! Like you was, I just want to get it right and not move or snap something I shouldn't!

The 1000 page toner that comes with it should last me ages as I doubt I even print that many pages in a year! So it should keep my cost down. I saw the youtube video, it does look big but nothing too massive, I'm more worried about the weight of it! I'll stick it in the corner of the room out of the way. I have an unused Ethernet to WiFi adapter that I could use, allowing me to print wirelessly without hooking it up to the router, as the routers in another room.

Sounds all good, I hope everything goes well and I don't have any trouble with it for years to come, because to be frank, I'm completely fed up of printers!
2 Likes #24
realblender
I'm completely fed up of printers!

ditto thats why I am buying a dell ;)

I think that last point by realblender makes this deal. Dell, in my opinion, build excellent products.
#25
Blasphemous

I think that last point by realblender makes this deal. Dell, in my opinion, build excellent products.


I should hope so too! I get fed up of buying shoddy products that last nowhere near as long as they should, just because the manufacturer likes to have repeat custom after it breaks! It doesn't work with me though, if something breaks prematurely out of warranty I tend to not use them again, and go with another manufacturer instead.
#26
Printer arrived this morning, didn't take long to set up, was quite easy actually =] Really really impressed with it up to now, especially the single sheet loader at the front! I've threw a few scrap a4 sheets in it to test printing as I've stupidly ran out of paper, but from the results up to now it seems spot on, definitely better looking prints than my last inkjet printers, small text looks great too! Also someone mentioned that the IJT toners were rubbish and rub off the paper but no such thing here.

Can anyone recommend a decent reseller of 2000 page toners for <£30? I don't mind buying the IJT 1000 from ebay, but if I can get more pages from a reputable seller for the same price then I'd rather do that. I've had bad experiences with sellers on ebay and inkjet carts, so I'd prefer not to buy without a recommendation.

Thanks for posting realblender, I'm really hoping this one lasts!


Edited By: krato on Jun 23, 2011 12:15: .
#27
Hi,

Cheapest is from ITJ ebay. Its £17.99 + £6 postage for a set of ALL 4 toners! Yep. £24 buys you replacement for all 4 colours.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250658565646&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT

If link does not work, search for 250658565646 and it will come up.

Sin




Edited By: Sin_of_nature on Jun 23, 2011 16:05: update
#28
Sin_of_nature
Hi,

Cheapest is from ITJ ebay. Its £17.99 + £6 postage for a set of ALL 4 toners! Yep. £24 buys you replacement for all 4 colours.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250658565646&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT

If link does not work, search for 250658565646 and it will come up.

Sin


The IJT ones are only 1000 page though =[ I mean, that would be enough for me, but other sellers on ebay state 2000 pages for £25ish, I'm just hesitant in using them as you don't really know if they are 2k or 1k before using them!

Also the yellow toner is registering as 80% full despite only printing a couple of text pages, one thing I forgot to do was shake a couple of the toners, I'd already put some in before I read the instructions, is it safe to take the toner out, shake it (being careful not to spill) and put it back in with no problem? Would this solve the problem or not? :(

Edited By: krato on Jun 23, 2011 17:51: .

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