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MFC-1910W £76.54 @ Leo Office Supplies

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A bit cheaper than on ebay. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Brother-MFC-1910W-A4-Mono-Multifunction-Laser-Printer-/131402619428?hash=item1e9834da24:g:yVQAAOSwxYxUtSCZ: I don't know how long that price w…
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Brother DCP-1610W Compact A4 Mono Laser Multifunction Printer £66.49 @ leoofficesupplies

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Brother DCP-1610W Compact A4 Mono Laser Multifunction Printer DCP1610WZU1. Up to 20ppm print speed Connectivity: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n OR Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Innovative anti-jam technology
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What's the print quality like?

I've got the dell one that was on offer with cash back and it's 600x600 dpi not the sharpest prints but good enough for letters and the like.
on the look out for a colour multifunction one.
When I go to their website the 1610W is almost £120. - 1910W is cheaper.
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Brother MFC-L8650CDW Colour Laser Multifunction @ £286.37 @ Leo Office Supplies with a further £100 off in December

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Brother do great MFD printers. They've really come a long way when competitors in this segment have gone backwards (IMHO!). I've had a few Brother MFD's for a number of years and they are still going
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Just hit against the supposed empty warning with the in-pack black toner, so used the kit earlier in the deal text. Excellent service.

The kit came with all the parts, gloves, mask, refill and even screwdrivers. Managed to get 2,700 pages total (the colours are still going strong but it has been heavily text) out of it so will see how far it goes before it truly finishes.
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Incidentally, i ended up stumping up for its bigger sibling the MFC-L8850CDW, again from Leo.
With an RRP of £814.80, Leo also knocked down the price to £519.70 but this time qualifying for 200 quid off. This makes it an incredibly affordable deal on what is a very good MFD for a small department.
The MFC-L8650CDW is the successor to the MFC-L8600CDW which missed out a few items like duplex scanning, copying, and faxing. But if you are after a higher duty-cycle machine then the MFC-L8850CDW is perhaps better spec'd. It's also a little lardy so careful where you place it.
About to purchase the model up. Can you get 3rd party toners for it?
Yup, flebay do them but check out the end of the deal text, it contains a link to where you can get compatible ink along with a video of where/how you refill the starter cartridges.
Crap... just found Brother MFC-L9550CDWT A4 Multifunction Laser Colour Printer
on amazon for £20 more! same £200 cashback...

Edited By: 5nowman on Dec 29, 2015 16:12: edit
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popolou
Incidentally, i ended up stumping up for its bigger sibling the MFC-L8850CDW, again from Leo.

With an RRP of £814.80, Leo also knocked down the price to £519.70 but this time qualifying for 200 quid off. This makes it an incredibly affordable deal on what is a very good MFD for a small department.

The MFC-L8650CDW is the successor to the MFC-L8600CDW which missed out a few items like duplex scanning, copying, and faxing. But if you are after a higher duty-cycle machine then the MFC-L8850CDW is perhaps better spec'd. It's also a little lardy so careful where you place it.

About to purchase the model up. Can you get 3rd party toners for it?

Yup, flebay do them but check out the end of the deal text, it contains a link to where you can get compatible ink along with a video of where/how you refill the starter cartridges.
popolou
Incidentally, i ended up stumping up for its bigger sibling the MFC-L8850CDW, again from Leo.

With an RRP of £814.80, Leo also knocked down the price to £519.70 but this time qualifying for 200 quid off. This makes it an incredibly affordable deal on what is a very good MFD for a small department.

The MFC-L8650CDW is the successor to the MFC-L8600CDW which missed out a few items like duplex scanning, copying, and faxing. But if you are after a higher duty-cycle machine then the MFC-L8850CDW is perhaps better spec'd. It's also a little lardy so careful where you place it.



About to purchase the model up. Can you get 3rd party toners for it?
trying to see if this printer will scan and email.
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HP Officejet Pro X451dw Printer £131.98 @ leoofficesupplies

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£31.98 AFTER CASH BACK from HP HP Officejet Pro X451dw Printer for £131.98 with £100 cash back . Printer inks are expensive though ink should last for ages. Cheaper to buy printer than single refill…
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​​​Have you tried these cartridges by any chance?
Just I had a look at similar generic cartridges on Amazon, and almost all of them had 1 star reviews stating that the cartridges didn't work at all. Was hoping I could find a seller where I know they'll work before buying. Thanks!
Nope, I have been all laser printers for nearly a decade. They are sooo.... much more reliable.

Buying generic ink cartridges is definitely a minefield. Especially these, which use some sort of security chip to communicate with the printer.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Oct 20, 2015 19:51: ..
magicianfx
You have quoted the capacity of the standard cartridges.......
however when buying a HP printer you receive starter cartridges which are lower volume......I have fallen for this before !
Printerland claim that the included starter cartridges are 3,000/2,500pages, but I suppose that could be wrong, since HP don't mention a page yield in the official specifications for the X451dw.

The Officejet Pro X476's setup/starter cartridges are 3,000/2,500pages according to the HP spec page.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Oct 20, 2015 19:43: ..
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"cheap" set of generic XL pigment inks (9,200 pages black and 6,600 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow) for £89.99 delivered

Please keep in mind that this printer is designed for offices printing 100s of pages a day and totally unsuitable for occasional printing at home.

The starter cartridges that come in the box can do up to 3,000 pages black and 2,500 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow.


​​​Have you tried these cartridges by any chance?
Just I had a look at similar generic cartridges on Amazon, and almost all of them had 1 star reviews stating that the cartridges didn't work at all. Was hoping I could find a seller where I know they'll work before buying. Thanks!
I've just emailed HP, but just in case anyone knows...Can you use both the Trade in deal they are running and the cashback deal? It says in their terms and conditions that;

"This offer MAY NOT be combined with (or “stacked” with) other HP promotional offers..."

I realise I may have answered my own question but on the ebuyer website they make it seem like you can get both the £100 trade in and £100 cashback. I remember a couple of years back with a similar Dell printer deal you could get both. Maybe they've wised up since then...
SUMMONER
"cheap" set of generic XL pigment inks (9,200 pages black and 6,600 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow) for £89.99 delivered

Please keep in mind that this printer is designed for offices printing 100s of pages a day and totally unsuitable for occasional printing at home.

The starter cartridges that come in the box can do up to 3,000 pages black and 2,500 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow.


You have quoted the capacity of the standard cartridges.......

however when buying a HP printer you receive starter cartridges which are lower volume......I have fallen for this before !
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Networked duplex Brother HL-L8250CDN colour laser printer (£91.17 after cashback) £191.64 @ leoofficesupplies

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Final price after £100 Brother cashback £91.17. http://www.brother.co.uk/latest-promotions/colour-laser-cashback It's a great printer for the price, and includes lifetime phone support and 1 yea…
captc Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago356 Comments
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So, I removed the fuser assembly easily enough, and thought I'd see how easy the upper roller fuser was to get out - answer, not very easily at all, so well done on getting that blighter out in once piece :-) I ended up breaking the heating element (looks like a halogen strip bulb) that was inside it.

Damn.
Yeah, that procedure was quite a bit more delicate (as was putting it back together again!).
Not much use to you now, but I found a guide on youtube for replacing the sleeve on a similar fuser design, and followed my nose from there.

I suppose if I was feeling philanthropic I could knock up a video myself, now I know the procedure..... but without a source of replacement sleeves, there doesn't seem much value in knowing a safe disassembly process.

I also have a problem where both the yellow and cyan toners are leaking causing problems when printing colour - they aren't leaking from the filler cap but the actual roller part. So, to solve it all I'll have to buy two new cartridges (compatible probably) and the fuser unit too. Hmmm, not an easy decision with the price of printers these days.

Yeah, I wasn't prepared to spend much more than ~£70 to get mine running again - sounds like you'll definitely need to spend more than that.
If I had a backup unit as you do, I'd switch over and relegate the broken one to the 'spares' box.

I'm definitely going to be keeping my eyes open for any future deals on another.
Despite this failure (which might have been of my own doing), it's proven itself to be a great machine; fast, very cheap to run, good quality prints, robust & serviceable design, good feature set, plenty of 3rd party toner suppliers.
Easily worth the £60 I paid for it, hell I'd happily pay £100 for another.

I've done about 12000 pages on mine, so not too bad. Lots of A4 sticky labels too. Still, you'd think they'd last longer than that.
If you do want to try to fix the old fuser unit there are some sleeves on Alibaba for around $12 or so, might be worth a try. Also complete rollers for not much more.

Can't find any explicitly compatible with the 8250CDN. (CDN is particularly important as I think the colour lasers use a completely different fuser design)
That said, the same fuser design is used across multiple models, so it is possible there's some compatibles on there, I just haven't done the research necessary to confidently identify them.
Also, if you're buying a whole new assembly, you have to be careful of the voltage as both 220V(UK) & 110V(US) variants exist.

As a final note; the replacement fuser assembly I ordered arrived, and (after a bit of head scratching) I managed to fit it back into the machine. (I should have paid more attention to what went where during disassembly :P)
Replacement worked perfectly, though it did make a bit of a smell for the first few prints.
I'm putting that down to 'burning off' of some protective oil on the roller.... or something. It didn't catch fire, and the roller looks fine ;)

Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on Nov 02, 2016 01:36: ...
TehJumpingJawa
That's really odd - I think mine has gone too this last week. I'm getting indents on my pages,
Yep, indents on the page was the initial symptom. (as you can see on the test print in the picture)
For me it quickly escalated; a few bumps became a lot of bumps, became 2 clumps of lots of bumps - all within a week of light use.
It seems the sleeve begins to disintegrate, which causes further damage and disintegration.
Inside the printer, towards the back, I found bits of the sleeve's plasticy under-surface (it's like reddish flakes) strewn inside the printer which needed cleaning out.
I'm going to contact Brother & see what they say, though in the mean time (can't live without a printer) I've bought one of these; accepted a best offer of £45. (one left).
That's almost as much as I paid for the printer, but when looking at the other options (>£100 elsewhere!) it doesn't seem such a bad price.
I did look around for just a replacement fuser sleeve (as buying a whole new fuser unit seems extremely wasteful to replace what is little more than aluminium tube with plasting coating), but couldn't find anything for this model/fuser design.
I'm really regretting not getting a 2nd printer for spares as some here were wise enough to do =(
I wonder if the damage might have been caused by me printing onto some glitter effect shiny silver card; the toner took to it fine, but I wonder if the inconsistent surface might have caused damage.
Will definitely be more cautious with what I print onto in future! oO
Besides adding a few reset wheels & 1 refill, I hadn't had cause to to delve into the internals of the machine (when it's working you just don't. right?)
However tracking down this issue (which in retrospect seems obvious), has gotten me familiar with both the layout and disassembly of the machine. So at least I learnt something :p
Removing the fuser assembly is actually quite straightforward; you access it from the rear, undo 6 screws, and disconnect 3 cables, and it pops right out.

So, I removed the fuser assembly easily enough, and thought I'd see how easy the upper roller fuser was to get out - answer, not very easily at all, so well done on getting that blighter out in once piece :-) I ended up breaking the heating element (looks like a halogen strip bulb) that was inside it.

I also have a problem where both the yellow and cyan toners are leaking causing problems when printing colour - they aren't leaking from the filler cap but the actual roller part. So, to solve it all I'll have to buy two new cartridges (compatible probably) and the fuser unit too. Hmmm, not an easy decision with the price of printers these days.

I've done about 12000 pages on mine, so not too bad. Lots of A4 sticky labels too. Still, you'd think they'd last longer than that.

If you do want to try to fix the old fuser unit there are some sleeves on Alibaba for around $12 or so, might be worth a try. Also complete rollers for not much more.

Edited By: vaugi on Oct 29, 2016 20:17
That's really odd - I think mine has gone too this last week. I'm getting indents on my pages,

Yep, indents on the page was the initial symptom. (as you can see on the test print in the picture)

For me it quickly escalated; a few bumps became a lot of bumps, became 2 clumps of lots of bumps - all within a week of light use.
It seems the sleeve begins to disintegrate, which causes further damage and disintegration.
Inside the printer, towards the back, I found bits of the sleeve's plasticy under-surface (it's like reddish flakes) strewn inside the printer which needed cleaning out.

I'm going to contact Brother & see what they say, though in the mean time (can't live without a printer) I've bought one of these; accepted a best offer of £45. (one left).
That's almost as much as I paid for the printer, but when looking at the other options (>£100 elsewhere!) it doesn't seem such a bad price.

I did look around for just a replacement fuser sleeve (as buying a whole new fuser unit seems extremely wasteful to replace what is little more than aluminium tube with plasting coating), but couldn't find anything for this model/fuser design.

I'm really regretting not getting a 2nd printer for spares as some here were wise enough to do =(

I wonder if the damage might have been caused by me printing onto some glitter effect shiny silver card; the toner took to it fine, but I wonder if the inconsistent surface might have caused damage.
Will definitely be more cautious with what I print onto in future! oO

Besides adding a few reset wheels & 1 refill, I hadn't had cause to to delve into the internals of the machine (when it's working you just don't. right?)
However tracking down this issue (which in retrospect seems obvious), has gotten me familiar with both the layout and disassembly of the machine. So at least I learnt something :p

Removing the fuser assembly is actually quite straightforward; you access it from the rear, undo 6 screws, and disconnect 3 cables, and it pops right out.

Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on Oct 29, 2016 00:04: ...
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Fuser sleeve has failed on mine :(
Anyone know if there's a source for just a replacement sleeve? or do I need to get a whole fuser assembly?
Might opt for the full assembly anyway, as I'm not sure what caused the damage; heating element malfunction perhaps?https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/54785909/2016-10-28%2013.55.35.jpg

That's really odd - I think mine has gone too this last week. I'm getting indents on my pages, I haven't taken mine apart as much as you have, but it appears to be the same part. Not quite the same degree as yours though. I originally thought it was a bit of a label stuck to a roller, as I've put through a lot of A4 label sheets.

Let me know how you get on with it, I was considering chucking mine on Ebay as spares/repairs as I bought a second unit a few months back in case it went, and considering it only cost me £44 I'm not too bothered.
Anyone had any luck updating firmware when its setup as a network printer, connecting wirelessly.
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Brother PT-2470 Label Printer for £18 with Cashback!!! (£48.00 without) @ Leo Office Supplies

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I believe a similar deal was posted for the PT-2730 from the same supplier which caused them to sell out very quickly. Well they have now reduced the price of this from £57 to £48, and with the cashb…
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just an update, i got my cashback 2 days ago, amazingly fast.
mji123
I have just bought one of these and Im trying to register it and cannot as the webpage is unobtainable any one else having the same problem or can help
worked for me about an hour ago and it appears to be working now.
I have just bought one of these and Im trying to register it and cannot as the webpage is unobtainable any one else having the same problem or can help
spannerzone
I think you're right, this doesn't seem to have the PC capability that the similar looking but older yellow version. These are pretty useful to have around.
its definitely not as ive just received mine, however i didn't need it, and as its not a desktop machine, i wouldn't expect it. its my handle cable labeller, and real quality for only for £18 ;)
I think you're right, this doesn't seem to have the PC capability that the similar looking but older yellow version. These are pretty useful to have around.
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Brother P-Touch 2730 Labelmaker PC compatible £63.59 less £50 cashback and 3 years warranty included = £13.59 @ Leo Office Supplies

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You get a lot of kit for the money and the cashback process through Brother is seamless making this only £13.59!!! You will not be disappointed!!! There are other retailers on Amazon selling chea…
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The cashback has been extended month after month throughout most of this year. I would keep the order live until it arrives in the New Year and check if the offer has been extended. If not, you can return the item under Distant Selling Regulations within 7 working days.
just had this email from leo office supplies:

We have been informed by Brother UK that they have miss-led us with regard to the amount of stock of the PT-2730VP label printer they are receiving in November, As a result of this we will not be receiving enough stock to fulfil all of the orders we have until early in the New Year this also means they will arrive after the cashback promotion has ended.

any other similar deals running ? think there was a dymo one a month or so back ??
Got my cashback into my bank. Yay! Many thanks to The Therapist!
Excellent bit of kit for the money. Now to label everything I can find. X)


Edited By: daveburgess on Nov 09, 2013 15:51
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Stormbringer2012
Just got my cashback credited into my account yesterday ;) Result

When did you apply for cashback? Thanks.
Approx 3 weeks today, it took a week to go in my bank
paulockenden
Yup - could return the machine now for a tidy profit. But like lu408, I'm going to keep mine because I like it. I do wish you could fit more tapes in the case though. Might need to do some surgery on mine...

How many do you want to store? Enough space for 3-4 tapes already.
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HP Officejet Pro 8600 e-All-in-One Printer - 56% off for £119.99 with £30 cashback

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Found this printer the HP Officejet Pro 8600 e-All-in-One Printer (CM749A) for £119.99 at leo office supplies but after claiming the £30 cashback from HP, it makes it just under £90 for a printer whic…
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Well today's post delivered yet another without-a-hitch £100 cash back cheque from Outbound who handle the claims.
I buy a lot from HP and find their service is spot on. The odd time I have needed cs it has been to notch
pgregg
So... why do you need customer service to submit a proper cash back claim form? I fear you are both giving half a story. I've done HP cash back multiple times and never had a problem.

Worth noting that cust service had NOTHING to do with the cash back system.

They said that their own invoice wasn't valid. And when they asked me to get one from the retailer I bought it from I had to argue that I was in fact talking to the retailer I bought it off of. They couldn't seem to understand they sell the item themselves.

Edited By: OverThereYou on Jul 05, 2013 19:54
So... why do you need customer service to submit a proper cash back claim form? I fear you are both giving half a story. I've done HP cash back multiple times and never had a problem.

Worth noting that cust service had NOTHING to do with the cash back system.


Edited By: pgregg on Jul 05, 2013 19:50
Agreed customer service appalling.
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Brother QL-700 Labelmaker £53.99 (£30 Cashback = £23.99) + Free Next Working Day Delivery. @leoofficesupplies

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Not too bad for £23.99 after cashback, selling for £90+ on Amazon and £70 on eBay. Free next day delivery aswell.
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Got my £30 cashback today :-D

The printer is awesome and superfast, saves a lot of time.

Got my £30 cashback today showing as BUK on my account. Thanks KM4353 for the help in your previous post.

Edited By: tadbamber on May 08, 2013 11:53
Got my £30 cashback today :-D

The printer is awesome and superfast, saves a lot of time.
tadbamber
KM4353
Received mine from the link stefor posted. It's awesome, I'm really happy with it, will send the form off tomorrow for cashback, hopefully it goes through.

Anyone had any trouble registering the device on the Brother website. I get the following error message 'The date entered exceeds the period set for product registration. (i.e. good issued + 6 months)'

Same thing happened to me, you need to ring them and they'll add it manually. 0161 615 6200
KM4353
Received mine from the link stefor posted. It's awesome, I'm really happy with it, will send the form off tomorrow for cashback, hopefully it goes through.

Anyone had any trouble registering the device on the Brother website. I get the following error message 'The date entered exceeds the period set for product registration. (i.e. good issued + 6 months)'
Received mine from the link stefor posted. It's awesome, I'm really happy with it, will send the form off tomorrow for cashback, hopefully it goes through.
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Brother PT-2730VP PC Compatible Laminated Label Printer Only £62.99 Less £50 Brother Cashback @ Leo's

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May not be to everyone's taste but you get some serious bit of kit for under £13 with cashback from Brother and 3 year guarantee!!! Most retailers selling over £100. Buy the printer from Leo's (o…
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It's come back down in price - and deal is still available - unexpire!!! :)
steviecross
Have been looking at the QL560 printer, is there any cashback on these printers or can someone recommend a good label printer.
Go for dymo. Had QL560 and sold within a week.
Have been looking at the QL560 printer, is there any cashback on these printers or can someone recommend a good label printer.
Hello All

I am afraid we only had a few PT-2730VP left at the old price and have now sold out (this price was based on a large batch we bought at the end of last year), the lowest we can now do is £67.99 + Vat.

I am very sorry about this, I wish we had more to sell at the old price.

Regards
Christopher Monk
Leo Office Supplies
Total £ 81.59
NOT 62.99.
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Brother PT-2730VP Tape Labeller £76.99 then £50 Cashback @ Leo Office Supplies

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Found this fantastic deal on a pro tape Labeller from Brother. Usually £63.99 + Vat and now just £13.99 + Vat after cashback. Bought one for the office and very impressed with the quality and at such…
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WARNING - I clicked to add this to my basket on the site and had a Clickjacking warning come up from my security software. It may be nothing but I'm out!
I have a hand held version - it's the consumables that are the expensive part! Try buying replacement tapes for it! I was able to buy 3 bundled devices (they came with plastic tape & cotton tape with batteries included!) cheaper than 1 roll of tape!

Heat added for a good find - thanks OP!

I used it for labeling all my PSUs and the kids school stuff - perfect, almost instant and no need to get the scissors out!

Edited By: aLV426 on Jun 12, 2012 01:12
klopikxda
I prefer my printer and good labels from Avery :)

BTW - when i was checking how much it costs in other shops i was really surprised - so much for so useless piece of equipment ???


Nope far from usless, esp with the massive cashback

If you like crap white paper labels that are difficult to remove then dont buy this printer.....

But if you want a fantastic label maker with a USB option then get this one
I prefer my printer and good labels from Avery :)

BTW - when i was checking how much it costs in other shops i was really surprised - so much for so useless piece of equipment ???


Edited By: klopikxda on Jun 11, 2012 22:36
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