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Price is £24.95 if you just buy one printer

With the Dell Colour Printer 725 , every home and small office can enjoy great value and performance in a colour inkjet printer. The compact 725 prints up to 14 A4 pages per minute (ppm) in black or colour for fast, affordable productivity.

This personal inkjet printer comes with Dell Picture Studio software for editing and printing photos and a 4800 x 1200-dpi resolution to ensure stunning results with borderless printing on photos up to A4. The 725 gives you the capability to print on a variety of media and creates impressive looking documents in both colour or black and white across a range of material from professional looking photos to brochures, posters and greeting cards. Moreover, Dell Ink Optimisation TechnologyTM combines the speed of a fast inkjet printer with the exceptional print quality that comes from printing at 4800 x 1200dpi, in one compact device.
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#1
PMSL. The printers are cheaper than the cartridges:roll:
[mod]#2
Yes £15 for a tricolour cartridge or £14 if you buy 3 ;-)
Cheaper to just buy printers though I think they may not have full sized carts in them although as they dont seem to state trial cart, I would be miffed if I got one and it wasnt full sized.
They are ok basic printers though, and for £16 squid or less what do you want ;-)
#3
Would never touch a Dell printer again, even if it were free
#4
"Would never touch a Dell printer again, even if it were free"

Would be nice if you gave a reason.
[mod]#5
They are realy not bad, I have friends I have given them to before and they seem to think they are ok printers, fine for general letter printing and one guy even uses his for photo's and is happy.
#6
barriead
"Would never touch a Dell printer again, even if it were free"

Would be nice if you gave a reason.


I think that the word "again" indicates that I have had bad experiences with a Dell printer, but to clarify the point, the cartridges are expensive, even compatible (if you can get the compatibles to work!). I use an Epson now!

I'm not anti-Dell, as I use a Dell PC.
#7
Mike are these made by Lexmark? Just wondering as I know Dell used to rebadge Lexmark printers. Where the wife used to work the IT department gave them to the staff for nothing when they ordered new PC's for the offices due to the running costs and bought Brother printers/faxes etc lol.
[mod]#8
Yes I believe these are rebadged Lexmark printers and yes they do sometimes come free with pc's. Not having used one myself I cant comment on the running costs but I think I remember that Lexmark carts fit if you cut a little bit of plastic off (google if interested)
#9
Shengis
Mike are these made by Lexmark? Just wondering as I know Dell used to rebadge Lexmark printers. Where the wife used to work the IT department gave them to the staff for nothing when they ordered new PC's for the offices due to the running costs and bought Brother printers/faxes etc lol.


Seems like they do, see this forum:

http://www.bargainbanter.co.uk/archive/index.php/t-45363.html
#10
Totally useless printers. Don't bother. I have an unused one still boxed in the garage - wouldn't even give it away.
#11
Buy 30 for £501 and sell the carts on ebay (they might be small or half filled ones I am not sure) then sell the printers. You are bound to make some sort of profit.
#12
THIS was a great thread a while ago now...but it's got good info on refils, etc
#13
davelfc
Buy 30 for £501 and sell the carts on ebay (they might be small or half filled ones I am not sure) then sell the printers. You are bound to make some sort of profit.


What! You'd be stuck with 30 printers!:w00t:
banned#14
Always go for the printer with lowest running costs as its a false economy to buy cheap printers like this. E.g LEXMARK Z600 series from tesco only supply a half full Black ink cartidge for £29.95. A full Black & colour cartidge will then set you back another £30! They also only print about 15 pages before being empty again.

Computer shopper survey this month has the HP Photosmart 2575 as their choice with low running costs and network capability. Its also an all-in-one scanner/printer/copier. £60 delivered.
#15
Predikuesi
What! You'd be stuck with 30 printers!:w00t:


true :-(
#16
There seems to be the idea that its ok to dispose of the printer when the ink runs out, then buy another printer until .......

Surely that's not good for the environment! Betcha that our landfill sites are full of Dell / Lexmark printers.
[mod]#17
The last time these were on offer at this sort of price the cartridge that came with them was full size.
At this price they are disposable printers and I cant see anyone who bought from the last thread we had when they are this sort of price complained about the quality once they got theirs.
You get a printer and a full cart for the price of a cartridge!
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I bought a couple of these a while back. Same offer!

I sold one for £20 to father in-law :whistling: :giggle:
and used the other one. When that had run out of ink, I freecycled it! :thumbsup:
#19
This just encourages people to fill landfill sites withtheir old printers, voted cold.
Get yourself a decent printer where consumables aren't stupidly expensive - I despise this throw away attitude that people have today.
#20
MikeT
Yes I believe these are rebadged Lexmark printers and yes they do sometimes come free with pc's. Not having used one myself I cant comment on the running costs but I think I remember that Lexmark carts fit if you cut a little bit of plastic off (google if interested)


Dell printers ARE rebadged Lexmarks, Dell bought Lemark a few years back.

As to the carts that come with the printer, they are the low capacity type.
#21
barneydog
Dell printers ARE rebadged Lexmarks, Dell bought Lemark a few years back.

As to the carts that come with the printer, they are the low capacity type.


Thats right, I'm currently using a dell all in one thing (printer,scanner,copier) and I use lexmark cartridges - you just need to snap off a little bit of plastic from the bit on the printer that closes over the cartridge.
The printer is crap though, I'd never pay for a dell/lexmark again - just waiting for a good deal on a decent laser printer.
#22
>Dell bought Lemark a few years back.

Are you sure ?

I can find no reference to this on the Internet, and no mention of it on the Lexmark or Dell web sites.

Dell did sign a deal to rebadge Lexmark printers, but that is a very different thing to buying the company.
#23
I bought 2 (went halves with a friend) of these from the last offer and mine is still in the box. Very retro looking, doesnt look like its worth more than £13 tbh regardless of the stupid price of cartiridges these days. Suspect it will become an xmas pressie :P

Im sticking with my laserjet.

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