Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer with free Everyday 80gsm A4 Printer Paper - 500 Sheets 89.99 incl VAT @ eBuyer - HotUKDeals
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Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer with free Everyday 80gsm A4 Printer Paper - 500 Sheets 89.99 incl VAT @ eBuyer

£89.99 @ Ebuyer
looking for laser printer came across this on eBuyer. Seems to be HUKD favourite. Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi •Speed: Up to 15 ppm •Paper Capacity: 150-sheet Tray •Connection: USB, Network, WiFi … Read More
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7m, 6d agoFound 7 months, 6 days ago
looking for laser printer came across this on eBuyer. Seems to be HUKD favourite.

Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi
•Speed: Up to 15 ppm
•Paper Capacity: 150-sheet Tray
•Connection: USB, Network, WiFi
•Mobile Device Printing

Resolution on amazon for same printer is shown as 1200 x 1200 dpi so description seems hit & miss.
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1 Like #1
Great printer, does the job and more reliable than any other printer I've owned or used
1 Like #2
I'll jump in first with THAT question. Any cheap compatible toners?
1 Like #3
tedjourney
I'll jump in first with THAT question. Any cheap compatible toners?
Lots on ebay around £16-20.
Amazon have same printer on sell at £110 from ebuyer.
#4
great printer,had one for years.
cheap toners on ebay
#6
copy and paste link otherwise it doesn't seem to work
2 Likes #7
topcashback offering 1.57%
quidco 6% for office equipment

Edited By: sach1636 on Nov 15, 2016 19:07: corrected cashback %
#8
Think I might go for this. I have a previous model (uses same toner), but fuser is on its last legs, so soon for the recycling centre.
#9
sach1636
topcashback offering 10.5%

This is garden tools and equipment? (10.5%) 1.57% from where I'm standing.
1 Like #10
kennethsross
sach1636
topcashback offering 10.5%
This is garden tools and equipment? (10.5%) 1.57% from where I'm standing.
You are correct, my mistake.
3 Likes #11
You might want to consider this before buying a Dell printer, especially if you intend to keep it going for several years: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/09/19/dell_quit_printer_business/
#12
Looking for a reasonably cheap compact duplex colour laser printer for home use. Any advice? Have been using the Samsung CLP-315 for last 5 years and while not duplex, it had been very good.
#13
this is a great printer, great build quality and the cheap compatible toners last for years and don't dry out like inkjet printers when not used for a long time :)
#14
Excellent, been waiting for this to drop again and by reviews and user experience, this seems to be a very good choice for moderate use and the cheap compatibles are the clincher.

Heat added.
#15
i87
You might want to consider this before buying a Dell printer, especially if you intend to keep it going for several years: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/09/19/dell_quit_printer_business/


Yes, a pretty good reason to get one quick! (The 1765 version with the scanner seems to be effectively all gone now.)

Still pleased with my 1760.
Latest set of eBay toners has cost me £12.99 delivered for the set of 4. Availability of cheap and viable 'compatible' consumables is just one of the positive features of this printer. (Tip: check also for C1250 toners - they are the exact same thing.)

One small downside for those new to the machine is that with A4 paper loaded, it sticks out and the front panel can't be closed, Not really a problem unless you weren't expecting it.
#16
Good price and cheap to run, just worth noting that Dell no longer sell printers outside the US so these won't be around for much longer.

Edited By: spannerzone on Nov 15, 2016 22:27
#17
Bought this one over the summer and have got through a ream of paper with cartridges still going strong.

Quality is pretty good - some solid areas of colour don't quite look solid, and generally not quite as good as a laser but you'd be hard pressed to tell much difference.

There seem to be lots of cheap cartridges available on eBay etc. but not sure how good they are compared to the original Dell ones - a bit frightened of having one leak toner all over the insides!
#18
It's made by Xerox anyway. I have one, has been faultless unlike many inkjets I have owned over the years. Best bit is very cheap toner available. Downside is duplex is manual and I don't use that function enough to remember which way to put the paper back in.
1 Like #19
oh and it's wireless but you have to use specific app to print from mobile devices rather than airprint or cloud print or the like
1 Like #20
Rubbish printer for me. Two broke within 12 months then the 3rd broke at 13 months. Cos it wast out of 12 month warranty Dell customer services told me to buy a new one. Expensive printer for 13 months.
#21
Auto duplex?
#22
i have had the 1250 non wireless model for a couple of years and cannot fault it, the cartridges that came with it lasted me about a year and replacements on eBay are really cheap. great deal heat from me
#23
I have this printer. It's actually an LED not a laser, but it's excellent. The only bad sides are that it doesn't do auto duplexing (you have to manually take the page out and flip it) and it won't do borderless prints. But it's a brilliant little printer and you can buy cheap compatible toners.
1 Like #24
i87
You might want to consider this before buying a Dell printer, especially if you intend to keep it going for several years: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/09/19/dell_quit_printer_business/

Rover stopped making cars years ago but you can still buy tyres for them.
#25
Bought this printer the last time it was discounted, and has been great!
The main attraction for me was the low running costs - as 3rd party toners are available very cheap on ebay/amazon and the drum is supposed to last the lifetime of the printer. As a laser (LED) printer you can say goodbye to dried up ink destroying your inkjet printhead too! (I'm never buying another inkjet)
Other big plus is that its nice and compact, which for my intended use case was bang on.
No autoduplex, but you can do manual duplex (where it prints the stack of paper and you manually put the stack back in, press a button and it will print the other sides)

If you intend on printing lots of duplex, and space isn't an issue might not be the printer for you.
In retrospect I wish I'd bought the 1765 model with the built in scanner for copies, but as a pure (network connected) printer for home use this has been great for me.

Edited By: Gorskar on Nov 16, 2016 13:15
#26
Dont buy from them - terrible customer service if you are unlucky to get a dud
#27
Gorskar
Bought this printer the last time it was discounted, and has been great!
The main attraction for me was the low running costs - as 3rd party toners are available very cheap on ebay/amazon and the drum is supposed to last the lifetime of the printer. As a laser (LED) printer you can say goodbye to dried up ink destroying your inkjet printhead too! (I'm never buying another inkjet)
Other big plus is that its nice and compact, which for my intended use case was bang on.
No autoduplex, but you can do manual duplex (where it prints the stack of paper and you manually put the stack back in, press a button and it will print the other sides)

If you intend on printing lots of duplex, and space isn't an issue might not be the printer for you.
In retrospect I wish I'd bought the 1765 model with the built in scanner for copies, but as a pure (network connected) printer for home use this has been great for me.


Thanks, Dell 1765 is not cheap. Given we have plethora of applications to scan on mobile (I rarely use scanner at home). So personally paying high premium for flexibility of scanning documents was not economical.
#28
Do yo have to connect the RJ45 directly to the router?
My router is not "local" to my PC or where the printer would sit.
What standard is the WiFi connection, hopefully 802.11n?
Is that the paper tray stuck out at the front, (My old machine has it at the back)?
#29
alfrado
Rubbish printer for me. Two broke within 12 months then the 3rd broke at 13 months. Cos it wast out of 12 month warranty Dell customer services told me to buy a new one. Expensive printer for 13 months.
I am pretty sure mine came with a 3-year warranty
#30
i87
You might want to consider this before buying a Dell printer, especially if you intend to keep it going for several years: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/09/19/dell_quit_printer_business/
I'll be happy to get 5 years from a £90 printer!.
#31
Great printer at great price. very reliable with cheap cartridges.
#32
Great printer but iPad app is rubbish
1 Like #33
willysnapper
Do yo have to connect the RJ45 directly to the router?
My router is not "local" to my PC or where the printer would sit.
What standard is the WiFi connection, hopefully 802.11n?
Is that the paper tray stuck out at the front, (My old machine has it at the back)?

It says:
WiFi (b/g/n), WPA 2.0 (Personal), WPS

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/print/en/dell-printer-c1760nw-brochure.pdf
1 Like #34
We have one and it's been brilliant for family and school printing. Just got another to put away as a replacement when current one dies. Full set of refill non-oem toners cost around £15-18 on ebay or Amazon so this is a no-brainer.

The only negative for me is that the paper tray is exposed when filled (info here) but we just cover with a cloth when not in use. Also only has manual duplexing, but for occasional duplexing it's no hassle moving the paper into the feeder again (info here).
1 Like #35
jsstevo
Great printer but iPad app is rubbish

The current Android app is also rubbish. Its called Dell Document Hub and is cloud service based. Why would I want my printing to be routed to the Internet. Complete nonsense.

Download the old app called Dell Mobile Print for Android 1.2.0.79. It's no longer available on Google Play Store but can be downloaded from other APK sites (eg here). Make sure the .apk file has SHA1 458706102049b0fc1e0246db087feb5a648b9df7 or MD5 dd885f204fd1aca90145bd3bab30b676 otherwise it's not genuine and could contain malware.

Edited By: Sqsq on Nov 17, 2016 12:16: new download link added
#36
Used for about a year great printer
#37
took delivery, printer is very easy to install. Wifi connected quickly using router wps button. Happy with purchase.
#38
Brilliant little printer, cartridges are cheap. Does a great job and a bargain at £90.
#39
I have just installed a set of ebay cartridges and it now makes a weird grinding/belching noise every time I print? Prints out fine Any ideas anyone?
2 Likes #40
bob_regis
I have just installed a set of ebay cartridges and it now makes a weird grinding/belching noise every time I print? Prints out fine Any ideas anyone?

Put your old carts back in and see if they make a noise. Is yes then your printer may need maintenance - maybe paper or debris jam.

If no noise then one of your new carts are faulty. Change one colour at a time to find out which new cart is faulty.

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