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#1
7-10 day delivery charges £5.50
Standard 3 days delivery £7.50
Next business day/Saturday delivery £15
#2
That seems good. Any idea what cartridges it comes with?

Also saw this 7" android pda for £80. No idea if it's any good, though.
http://www.aceroutlet.com/PRD_ProductDetail.aspx?cid=522&prodid=4826&Product=Android-ePad-7-Google-Android-OS-2.0-Tablet-PC
#3
We bought 2 of these printers for our school a while back, no one can get the toners cheap and I have many suppliers. Its good quality but only if you are prepared to pay £50 per toner, so £200 to top it up. Also, they dont seem to last that long. Home use will of course be different but I have moved these to small offices and they still dont last too long. Good spot though as we paid £100 from oyyy last year :-(
#4
GDB2222
That seems good. Any idea what cartridges it comes with?Also saw this 7" android pda for £80. No idea if it's any good, though.http://www.aceroutlet.com/PRD_ProductDetail.aspx?cid=522&prodid=4826&Product=Android-ePad-7-Google-Android-OS-2.0-Tablet-PC
I wouldn't think the tablet is much good with a 300Mhz Via processor even at £80.Save your money for something better.
#5
I got a Dell colour laser printer from IJT. Yeah it's quite a bit more than this deal at £133.90 but you get two sets of toners thrown in and the replacements can be had for about £25 for a full set of High Capacity on ebay. It's been posted on here a few times and the feedback is usually positive. It's also a Network printer. I have mine plugged into the router so we can print from the laptop in any room. Cracking job!

http://www.ijtdirect.co.uk/?sct=dell1320cn

Edited By: Blasphemous on Mar 07, 2011 14:41
#6
Looks cheap but Ricoh don't get the best reviews and the toner price is what really counts in the end.

There's a Samsung one around at similar price and just over £100 for a set of 4 toners via Amazon.
#7
Would something like this need to be on a service contract on a cost per copy click charge? not best for home use.oO
#8
Hot deal, would have got one if I ain't moving place in a few months time.
#10


That's the one. I have its predecessor (CLP-315) and it's very good.
#11
OldEnglish
Would something like this need to be on a service contract on a cost per copy click charge? not best for home use.oO


No, it wouldn't. If it breaks, throw it away.
#12
can the toner cartridges be manually refilled with relative ease?
#13
godsakes
can the toner cartridges be manually refilled with relative ease?

if you have deep pockets, yes:
http://www.refilltoner.com/MachineProductsNS.asp?id=RI231&manu=Ricoh&mach=Aficio+SP+C231DN+%2F+C231N+%2F+C232DN
#14
would have bought another one of these if it was the duplex unit :)
#15
So...it's not a good deal then really, if as a member has said up there ^ you can't get cheap toner. Might as well get the superior dell one?
#16
robo989
So...it's not a good deal then really, if as a member has said up there ^ you can't get cheap toner. Might as well get the superior dell one?

Yes, the cost of toners for this Ricoh item leaves it somewhat cold for anyone expecting to print more than a total of a few hundred sheets.
Yes again, consider the superior Dell 1320CN network printer, some suggestions below - just maximise whatever toner option best suits your requirements
http://www.morgancomputers.co.uk/shop/detail.asp?ProductID=5795
http://www.ijtdirect.co.uk/?sct=dell1320cn
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/166113
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B001E1SS62
#17
Bought one of these.

Horrific grinding noise and disgusting smell when it started up, having to return it.
Clearly faulty.

These are normally ~£230, so these must be a dodgy batch.
#18
s2frost
Bought one of these.

Horrific grinding noise and disgusting smell when it started up, having to return it.
Clearly faulty.

These are normally ~£230, so these must be a dodgy batch.



Did you have it replaced or refunded in the end ?

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