HP Envy 4527 All-in-one Colour Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer + 4 Months Free Instant Ink Trial £32.98 delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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HP Envy 4527 All-in-one Colour Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer + 4 Months Free Instant Ink Trial £32.98 delivered @ Ebuyer

£32.98 @ Ebuyer
Nice bundle, i also use instant ink and can't fault the service. 4 Months Free Instant Ink Included Print, copy, scan and photo Wireless, Apple Airprint and USB Connections Automatic double side… Read More
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[mod] 1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Nice bundle, i also use instant ink and can't fault the service.

4 Months Free Instant Ink Included
Print, copy, scan and photo
Wireless, Apple Airprint and USB Connections
Automatic double sided printing
100 sheet paper tray

Create fabulous photos with this HP Envy wireless all-in-one inkjet printer. It lets you print, scan and copy so that you have a complete solution for your office or study needs, and it allows you to print from almost anywhere thanks to its wireless printing capabilities. Pair it up with your iPhone or Mac using Apple AirPrint, and use HP ePrint with your Windows PC or compatible smartphone to print even when you're out of the house via an email.

When you need to print off PDFs or long Word documents, you can use the automatic two-sided printing option to save paper, and an optional subscription to the HP instant ink replacement service works with your printer to replace ink when you need it. In addition, full-bleed photo printing ensures you don't have to cut out borders when printing your holiday snaps on this HP Envy wireless all-in-one inkjet printer.

Tip for using the trial, get the higher no pages possible, much more use - HP send the cartridges when running low so you'll always have ink.

Once trial is near it's end can lower sub if needed or can cancel if you so wish.
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#1
I HAVE HAD A LOAD OF INKJETS AND THEY ALL END UP THE SAME WITH CLOGGED PRINT HEADS!!!!!!!

Somebody said that HP Envys have the print head within the cartridge - so they are replaced every time with the cartridge.

Is that nonsense?

Any experts here?
1 Like #2
Bobef90
I HAVE HAD A LOAD OF INKJETS AND THEY ALL END UP THE SAME WITH CLOGGED PRINT HEADS!!!!!!!
Somebody said that HP Envys have the print head within the cartridge - so they are replaced every time with the cartridge.
Is that nonsense?
Any experts here?

don't think it does, but we have an older version of this and using the HP ink for about 2 years and no problems at all, where as we would want to smash up our old Epsom one every time we tried to use it.
#3
I'm not sure about this particular model, but it's fairly common generally for low end printers (both inkjets and lasers) to have parts of the print mechanism built into the catridges.
#4
Bobef90
I HAVE HAD A LOAD OF INKJETS AND THEY ALL END UP THE SAME WITH CLOGGED PRINT HEADS!!!!!!!
Somebody said that HP Envys have the print head within the cartridge - so they are replaced every time with the cartridge.
Is that nonsense?
Any experts here?
These do have the print heads embedded into the cartridges. Yes, that does make the cartridges more expensive to replace, but if you subscribe to Instant Ink that doesn't really matter.
#5
goonertillidie

Tip for using the trial, get the higher no pages possible, much more use - HP send the cartridges when running low so you'll always have ink.
Once trial is near it's end can lower sub if needed or can cancel if you so wish.

This isn't true i am on the lowest tariff of 50 pages but during the trail period i can print up to 300 pages a month for free!


Edited By: kev3 on Mar 01, 2017 13:32
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Don't forget that when you sign up for the instant ink trial, code FREEINK should give an extra free month and if you find/ask a referral code you would get another extra month free, therefore giving a 6-month free trial in total.
#7
confused how the ink program works. is this correct in my thinking below? (anyway price is a good deal)
so im assuming this printer has communication direct to HP, so lets say for example cartridge does 200pages.
your on the £1.99 pm 50 pages , if you go over additional 15 pages cost you £1.
4 months = 200 pages, you might not even get cartridges post to you within the free trial. or if you do you've gone over the 50 pages free so additional changes per 15 pages over ?
#8
Ordered :)
#9
How the instant ink works?
#10
any difference between this and 4522 or 4520?
#11
Bobef90
I HAVE HAD A LOAD OF INKJETS AND THEY ALL END UP THE SAME WITH CLOGGED PRINT HEADS!!!!!!!
Somebody said that HP Envys have the print head within the cartridge - so they are replaced every time with the cartridge.
Is that nonsense?
Any experts here?
Hi, that is true. The head is attached to the cartridge. This is because the head has tiny nozzles and they boil the ink and spit it out onto the paper. This solution wears out the nozzles quickly, hence they are replaced with every ink. The only company that has a different solution is Epson. Their nozzles are piezoelectric and they contract and expand so do not wear out that fast and do not to be replaced so often. Hence Epson ink is cheaper and uses ink for cleaning each time you print. Once blocked you are done.
#12
kev3
goonertillidie

Tip for using the trial, get the higher no pages possible, much more use - HP send the cartridges when running low so you'll always have ink.
Once trial is near it's end can lower sub if needed or can cancel if you so wish.
This isn't true i am on the lowest tariff of 50 pages but during the trail period i can print up to 300 pages a month for free!
T&Cs (for 3 month trial) imply an "overage" fee during the trial; but your(or the 4 month trial) T&Cs may be different!?
"Requires a valid credit/debit card, an email address, and internet connection to the printer. Unless service is cancelled within the promotional period online at hpinstantink.co.uk a monthly service fee, based on the plan chosen, and overage fee will be charged to your credit/debit card. Customers will be charged for any overage fees at the end of each month in the promotional period. See additional offer information available during online enrolment process. For service details, see hpinstantink.co.uk."


Edited By: Musicrab on Mar 01, 2017 15:14
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mikefrom82
How the instant ink works?

They rob you monthly instead of when you buy cartridges.
#14
Bobef90
I HAVE HAD A LOAD OF INKJETS AND THEY ALL END UP THE SAME WITH CLOGGED PRINT HEADS!!!!!!!
Somebody said that HP Envys have the print head within the cartridge - so they are replaced every time with the cartridge.
Is that nonsense?
Any experts here?

You'd normally have to use a decent cleaning system such as this one >http://www.ecco-clean.com/

As part of my job we have to service printers occasionally and taking a printer apart isn't cost effective labour wise for the customer, so kits like that are invaluable, but there's a lot of cheap craps one about, that one I linked to is 3D printed to fit with the right printer model. There might well be other decent kits about but that one does the trick for me. It's like anything in a job the right tools make the job easier.
1 Like #15
Bargain, when you take the free ink trial into account.......HOT
1 Like #16
Wongduk
confused how the ink program works. is this correct in my thinking below? (anyway price is a good deal)
so im assuming this printer has communication direct to HP, so lets say for example cartridge does 200pages.
your on the £1.99 pm 50 pages , if you go over additional 15 pages cost you £1.
4 months = 200 pages, you might not even get cartridges post to you within the free trial. or if you do you've gone over the 50 pages free so additional changes per 15 pages over ?
Set the trial at 300pages. You will receive new cartridges pretty soon as the ones included in the printer don't have much ink. Also note that code FREEINK gives an extra free month and if you find/ask a referral code you get another month free in the trial, so total 6 months free.
#17
May even get 6% cashback from quidco/topcashback
#18
Can you combine with 3 month trial advertised on instant ink website
#19
Looks a good printer. Got good reviews on Amazon too. Thank you.
#20
It says free delivery but adds postage when I go to checkout?
#21
Be79n
It says free delivery but adds postage when I go to checkout?
You need to go down the options to the saver delivery and it's free.
#22
Yeah sorry, it was because I added ink and paper. Refreshed and it was fine. :)
1 Like #23
just got hp envy 4522 from Tesco direct for £31.5 with my discount. Hope it's similar to 4527
#24
thanks op for posting this.

when signing up for free trial can i sign up for highest usage and then down grade to lowest WITHOUT PENALTY?
Also after the free trial where are the cheapest cartridges? thanks in advance!
#25
I got a similar model last month. Signed up for lowest amount on ink trial. 50 pages at £1.99 a month. Went over this within weeks and got an email stating my page allowance was 300 on the trial so can set it low and still get 300. Also my 1st set of ink was sent to me after only days of using it. Great service. Highly recommend these free trials of instant ink.
#26
Bobef90
I HAVE HAD A LOAD OF INKJETS AND THEY ALL END UP THE SAME WITH CLOGGED PRINT HEADS!!!!!!!
Somebody said that HP Envys have the print head within the cartridge - so they are replaced every time with the cartridge.
Is that nonsense?
Any experts here?
As others say, yes, HP and some other makes favour the cartridge containing the head, while others such as EPSON favour the fixed print head with ink tanks.

The fixed head has a disadvantage of being an expensive maintenance task if it clogs beyond the ability of cleaning cartridges to fix.
Advantages of the fixed head are that the better head mechanism (often piezo pump rather than the thermal bubblejet) allows a greater range of ink types, and the cartridges being just tanks can be "cloned", assuming they can crack the ink monitor chip.

The HP system gives a fresh head with each cartridge, but the simpler bubblejet design places greater limits on the kind of ink.
Because the head is too big a task to clone, the only cheaper solution is refills which can be rather variable - unless retired and refilled at the first sign of rundown, the head may be partially burned through running dry - tri-colour are particularly vulnerable to one of the colours being unusable after refill. Another weakness of the HP system, is it relies on a lot of contacts - a poor contact can also cause striping

The one sensible system died a while back, a few models from one maker used a replacement tank . replacement head system, with the head not being particularly expensive (compared to a HP cartridge) and good for around 10 tanks.

PS. I recall one experiment using the old Deskjet original and the original lower capacity wadding type cartridge (easy refill) where we just kept giving it a shot of ink every now and then, and it lasted pretty much forever.

You'd be better off with a refill + ink reset kit, and refilling BEFORE it weakens, than relying on refilled cartridges that may have been thrashed to death - do the refillers actually TEST them?
#27
save yourself and buy a laser..
seriously you will thank me..
bought this exact model for a friend 1 month ago who insisted on buying a cheap inkjet and seeing all positive reviews on amazon but man the print quality is so poor and the thing was so cluncky..returned it next day..it bleeds ink as well so you will be HP's slave wasting your money on those ink cartridges.
what I said is true about all injects of course not just this one.the technology is flawed and is designed only to prink money by selling those cartridges and the print quality is poor like water colour on paper really.
I bought a colour laser 6 years ago and believe it or not I'm still on the supplied toner.the print quality difference is night and day.
no ink drying upon maintenance no nonsense.just crisp sharp prints in no time.
have a nice day.
#28
I have this device and it's a great machine. Word of warning though - photo prints on high quality eviscerate the colour cartridge. Otherwise all the features such as wireless printing are solid

Edited By: hadyanth on Mar 02, 2017 13:25: typo
#29
OOS
#30
Do I need a code or has this gone up to 44.99 thanks
#31
£35 in argos picked one up today after seeing another post here
#32
Now £44.99, expired
#33
Excellent deal. Very simple!
Steps:
1. Buy the printer (argos still have for £35 - 4523 but they will give 4527)
2. Step up as per instructions and setup online account with HP
3. You will get 4 months ink plan for free (pick top one - £7.99 cancel later)
4. It will ask if you have any code, enter: FREEINK
5. You will now have 5 months of free ink. Print top quality photos and they will send new ink when you are almost finished.
6. You will get Bonus month ink when you refer your friends and family

Wireless / Scanner / Colour photos / Free ink = All for £35
#34
Thanks

Can you elaborate on point 1?

Edited By: stiltsky on Mar 05, 2017 16:09
#35
Can anyone let me know if they received their enrolment card for the free ink with this deal as it appears I didn't get mine

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