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HP Envy 4500 e-All-In-One Printer - Black £36.99 (Amazon)

£36.99 @ Amazon
Very well rated printer. Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Very well rated printer.
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Had one for a couple of years now. It does the job for me. This price is very good.
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Edited By: Hodgey on Sep 07, 2016 06:36
#2
HP= Expensive cartridge...sorry
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sam1970
HP= Expensive cartridge...sorry


Not necessarily, this printer qualify for hp instant ink. I get 50 pages per month for £1.99 and you get the cartridges free by post when it's about to run out. Which I believe is a very good value.
#4
Does that include photo quality prints too
#5
I do instant ink with this printer too, same £1.99 for 50 pages. Yes it does include photo prints they go by number of pages irrespective of what you print....so could be a page with 1 word on it or a full colour high quality photo print
#6
Mr Hunter
Does that include photo quality prints too


Yes like read0001 said, you can print anything you want including full colour.
#7
sam1970
HP= Expensive cartridge...sorry


In addition to @AAB and @read0001, if you don't update the firmware and don't lock the hp cartridge then you can use compatible cheaper cartridges.
#8
Epson all the way, save an absolute fortune in ink (get super cheap ones on ebay). Yeah they aren't the best printers but i've never had a problem
#9
Now £44.99?
#10
Meluk9
Now £44.99?


That's from a third party seller, looks like fullfilled by amazon is sold out.
#11
kaisar_suze
sam1970
HP= Expensive cartridge...sorry
In addition to @AAB and @read0001, if you don't update the firmware and don't lock the hp cartridge then you can use compatible cheaper cartridges.

just bought 2 new HP printers (one for me & one for daughter to take to Uni)

I assume to stop firmware update you just cancel the request, bearing in mind I have not set them up yet

I've seen cartridges in tesco for £5 btw,

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