Lexmark CX310dn Multifunction Colour Laser Printer was £149.99 now £99.99 Del with code @ eBuyer - HotUKDeals
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Lexmark CX310dn Multifunction Colour Laser Printer was £149.99 now £99.99 Del with code @ eBuyer

£99.99 @ Ebuyer
Not to be confused with the CS series, this is the Lexmark CX310dn Multifunction Colour Laser Printer. Has excellent reviews across the net & is the cheapest price it's ever been at eBuyer & the cheap… Read More
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Not to be confused with the CS series, this is the Lexmark CX310dn Multifunction Colour Laser Printer. Has excellent reviews across the net & is the cheapest price it's ever been at eBuyer & the cheapest price around by quite a margin. The specs on this look amazing, husband has ordered one for his home office after a recommendation from colleagues. I know people will say about the price of inks being expensive, but you can buy cheaper ones from places like stinkyink (will pop link in 1st post). Use code LEXY for this price

The Lexmark CX310 Series MFP delivers rich, consistent colour printing that can enhance your company's collateral and brand. They're faster and more reliable than ever, so you can be more productive.

Print with professional quality fast - With super fast print and copy speeds of 25ppm the CX310dn can print professional colour in house. Complex documents and graphics can be printed effortlessly with 512 MB memory and a fast dual core processor. Plus with high resolution graphics of 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution and a first time to page in 12.5 seconds means you can quickly and easily perform tasks.

Accurate Colour - The CX310dn allows you to produce everything on the spot from in store signage to customer presentations. With the Lexmark Named Colour Replacement and PANTONE(r) calibration it's easy to develop a consistent brand image by accurately matching your identity colours.

Flexible Printing - The CX310dn is Airprint compatible allowing you to print from smart mobile devices as well as desktops.

Eco Friendly - With an instant warm-up fuser, built-in two-sided printing, plus Quiet, Hibernate and Eco modes minimise noise and save paper and energy.

Reliable - With a monthly print recommendation of 5000 pages and input capacity of up to 900 sheets means fewer maintenance issues.

Easy to use -The convenient 2.4 inch colour LCD control panel provides an easy to read control panel for effortless usage.

Secure - The CX310dn protects any sensitive data using network security protocols. Plus it's possible to authenticate, authorise and audit employee
usage.
Service & Support Details Limited warranty - 1 year - on-site
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At £113, it's cheaper to buy another printer (comes with toner that lasts 4000 pages). No, seriously.

I've had this machine for a couple of years and am still using the supplied toner packs. The way forward is to buy toner refills (plus chips) but I've yet to find a reasonably priced supplier.
#3
Shambles
At £113, it's cheaper to buy another printer (comes with toner that lasts 4000 pages). No, seriously.
I've had this machine for a couple of years and am still using the supplied toner packs. The way forward is to buy toner refills (plus chips) but I've yet to find a reasonably priced supplier.

Agreed there, I ended up buying my current Brother printer partly because you simply unplug the cartridges, refill with toner, re-plug, shake, push a pen or some other slim object in one spot to reset and then you're done. Refilled for whatever the cost of the toner itself is.
#4
Shambles
At £113, it's cheaper to buy another printer (comes with toner that lasts 4000 pages). No, seriously.
I've had this machine for a couple of years and am still using the supplied toner packs. The way forward is to buy toner refills (plus chips) but I've yet to find a reasonably priced supplier.

Lexmark's own product page seems to suggest it comes with 1400 page starter toners…

http://www.lexmark.com/GB/en/catalog/product.jsp?catId=cat1190020&prodId=GB7944

1,400*-page starter Black Toner Cartridge

1,400*-page starter Colour (CMY) Toner Cartridges
#5
wouldn't touch one of these with a dogs willy - replacement toners etc cost a bomb and no-one seems to do generic cartridges. Refilling is a faff. and it's big & heavy - ended up taking a perfectly good working printer to the tip for recycling cos no one was interested in it on eBay either - look at the Dell all-in-ones on eBuyer - I got one of those and a full set of colours and blacks can be picked up for around £17 on eBay.
#6
Would people say this is better than the Dell E525w that was posted yesterday? (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-e525w-wireless-colour-laser-printer-scan-adf-139-98-ebuyer-2492750)

I have a Lexmark C534n and while it was good to begin with over time it cost a lot to replace the various bits, and used far more toner than the claimed amount. I also found the Customer Support for Lexmark quite poor.
1 Like #7
I've had this Lexmark and I've now got a dell from eBuyer - I'd choose the dell every day of the week and twice on Saturdays and Sunday's
#8
Lexmark never one to leave you in the lurch with drivers..no wait....
#9
duplex?
#10
Same story with Samsung Laser Printers - cheap to buy super expensive toners to print .

I have looked my self to replace super expensive Samsung color laser printer and looked HP instant ink printer.
what they offer is £3.5 for 100 pages of print per month . Now text to print no point as not much ink used so my text job goes to laser printer and full page photo prints goes to HP printer ..... I have allready used demo ink waiting for Instant inks then will print "+ they are bigger capacity "

Will see how it works just 1 week
#11
kidrock123
duplex?

says built-in two-sided printing on the post
#12
£132 toner replacements, am paying 18 quid for my full set toner replacements with my C1760 dell printer :)
#13
What's the difference between this an a photocopier, is it just the speed/amount of copies it can do ?
#14
it says right in description...multifunction.....that mean copier scanner printer
#15
great thing about Lexmark is their ink is regularly greatly reduced in price in the likes of Tesco i have been saving a small fortune using Lexmark for the past year.
#16
Lasers are great for the low user. Months go by and the 'ink' doesn't dry up compared with ink-jets. However, I have a 543dn model and when it eventually came to replace the powder, it was expensive, whether oem or generic. I'd therefore suggest a Dell...
#17
Seems like a good deal.
#18
Remember this deal is also still available and comes with a set of cartridges that do 12,000 pages!#
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexmark-c748de-a4-colour-laser-printer-186-from-printerland-2473245

Google cloud print on it is a bit of a pain though, airprint worked fantastically.


Edited By: bob_regis on Aug 22, 2016 14:16
#19
lexmark are good at being very pricey expensive for ink and toner refill and they employ effective chip technology to restrict buying their cartridges. If they give them for free, I won't take it.
#20
Incognitoso
Same story with Samsung Laser Printers - cheap to buy super expensive toners to print .
I have looked my self to replace super expensive Samsung color laser printer and looked HP instant ink printer.
what they offer is £3.5 for 100 pages of print per month . Now text to print no point as not much ink used so my text job goes to laser printer and full page photo prints goes to HP printer ..... I have allready used demo ink waiting for Instant inks then will print "+ they are bigger capacity "
Will see how it works just 1 week

Yeah but they also limit the thing so you have to buy a £150 replacement drum after 2000 pages! i managed to chip it from software on eBay but it is getting harder to find stuff. I look at it like this. This is £100 and has replaced two devices. It is big for sure but also not as wide as a Samsung Laser and a printer scanner! I don't print a lot so it has cost me less then replacing the colour toner on my Samsung as they have all run out. If I can't find a deal for toner it has basically paid for itself!
#21
I'm not sure if eBuyer purchase will qualify for 4 years warranty, but that's being offered at Misco, on this printer, for £128.39.

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