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Ricoh SP C250DN Wireless A4 Colour Laser Printer was £277 now £79.99 @ Amazon

£79.99 @ Amazon
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"Deal of the day" - I love Amazon but they are becoming a bit like DFS for their sales tactics..

Was £50.77 for 10 days last month. http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Ricoh-C250DN-Wireless-Colour-Printer/product/B00K2J7ZOS

Whilst probably still the cheapest right now, i've not voted either way. It looks like £89.99 was the average price for this on amazon so only really a £10 reduction.

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Edited By: CDR on Jan 31, 2017 09:07
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Go careful when reading amazon reviews. The top reviews I read about this product were "vine" reviews. I am sure if the printer was free it would be easier to give a 5 star review. The non vine reviews are more of a mix but generally ok so still a good deal for £79.99. That being said paying £277 would be steep for an wireless A4 colour laser. In my opinion this printers RRP should be around £150-£180, £200 tops. Heat added.
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I have this printer, it's massive! Be warned. I've had no problems with it but I don't print much, just the odd boarding pass. It can't print on card that's too thick. That jammed it up pretty good. Duplex is handy :). Also it doesn't support 'air print' (for apple products). You have to use an app which is somewhat dodgy when printing word docs (things like the font came out massive, looked ridiculous. PDF's and photos print perfectly). If you want to print a web page you need to navigate to it within the app (not ideal). Laptops and computers can use the printer like normal.

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#1
I would say indifferent reviews but heat for the price!
7 Likes #2
Go careful when reading amazon reviews. The top reviews I read about this product were "vine" reviews. I am sure if the printer was free it would be easier to give a 5 star review. The non vine reviews are more of a mix but generally ok so still a good deal for £79.99. That being said paying £277 would be steep for an wireless A4 colour laser. In my opinion this printers RRP should be around £150-£180, £200 tops. Heat added.
1 Like #3
Supports duplex, that's impressive at this price point. There don't seem to be any 3rd party toners though and I believe the toners are chipped too so replacement could prove costly. Overall it's gets a hot from me.
1 Like #4
Blasphemous
Supports duplex, that's impressive at this price point. There don't seem to be any 3rd party toners though and I believe the toners are chipped too so replacement could prove costly. Overall it's gets a hot from me.
It says in the reviews that other cheaper toners are available.
1 Like #5
Toner refills and chip replacements are available on Ebay cheaply from about £32 for a set
5 Likes #6
I have this printer, it's massive! Be warned. I've had no problems with it but I don't print much, just the odd boarding pass. It can't print on card that's too thick. That jammed it up pretty good. Duplex is handy :). Also it doesn't support 'air print' (for apple products). You have to use an app which is somewhat dodgy when printing word docs (things like the font came out massive, looked ridiculous. PDF's and photos print perfectly). If you want to print a web page you need to navigate to it within the app (not ideal). Laptops and computers can use the printer like normal.
#7
A second-hand HP colour laser for £60 is a better bet in my view
#8
rlearmouth
A second-hand HP colour laser for £60 is a better bet in my view


This
1 Like #9
can only see a full set of toners for £120 or refill kit for £79 off ebay?
1 Like #10
Where did you find this?

When I look at today's deal of the day I see three items - a mattress, a book and some earrings, no mention of this printer!
#11
JohnStone6
Where did you find this?
When I look at today's deal of the day I see three items - a mattress, a book and some earrings, no mention of this printer!
Click on "get deal"?
#12
Lack of cheap toner options kill this deal for me :(
#13
HOT, i got a Ricoh from groupon but the non colour one, i cant use the wifi but the print quality is superb and have not had any paper jams so overall a good brand
3 Likes #14
Blasphemous
Supports duplex, that's impressive at this price point. There don't seem to be any 3rd party toners though and I believe the toners are chipped too so replacement could prove costly. Overall it's gets a hot from me.


Duplex on this means the printer will ignore 2 4 6 etc, and pause whilst you put the paper back in before you press the resume button
1 Like #15
phil7501
can only see a full set of toners for £120 or refill kit for £79 off ebay?
You're not looking hard enough :)
#16
Bought the C240DN toners lasted 8 months, cheapest replacements are £100, originals are over £250 a set. Cheap printer, HIGH running costs and it is massive as pointed out. Spend a bit more find one that has cheaper running costs.
#17
They use these things at my work
They are terrible
1 Like #18
£139 average price so this was never sold @ £277.
3 Likes #19
MrHot
Blasphemous
Supports duplex, that's impressive at this price point. There don't seem to be any 3rd party toners though and I believe the toners are chipped too so replacement could prove costly. Overall it's gets a hot from me.


Duplex on this means the printer will ignore 2 4 6 etc, and pause whilst you put the paper back in before you press the resume button


printer has automatic duplex not manual duplex
2 Likes #20
gsusx
rlearmouth
A second-hand HP colour laser for £60 is a better bet in my view
This
This what?
17 Likes #21
"Deal of the day" - I love Amazon but they are becoming a bit like DFS for their sales tactics..

Was £50.77 for 10 days last month. http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Ricoh-C250DN-Wireless-Colour-Printer/product/B00K2J7ZOS

Whilst probably still the cheapest right now, i've not voted either way. It looks like £89.99 was the average price for this on amazon so only really a £10 reduction.

https://s19.postimg.org/xcotsunub/Capture.png



Edited By: CDR on Jan 31, 2017 09:07
#22
I've had one of these for about 18 months now and can't fault it. If it did need replacing, it would be my first choice when looking for another. Has handled every type and thickness of paper I've put through it so far, some of the weights have been beyond what is listed as the max gsm.
#23
unhappybunny
gsusx
rlearmouth
A second-hand HP colour laser for £60 is a better bet in my view
This
This what?

"THIS" as in "What he said"
#24
As always, i wish i had a time machine. I'll have to replace the black cartridge on a Dell 1250c soon, so may as well upgrade to this for the wireless and duplex features.
2 Likes #25
andrewlaw9
MrHot
Blasphemous
Supports duplex, that's impressive at this price point. There don't seem to be any 3rd party toners though and I believe the toners are chipped too so replacement could prove costly. Overall it's gets a hot from me.


Duplex on this means the printer will ignore 2 4 6 etc, and pause whilst you put the paper back in before you press the resume button


printer has automatic duplex not manual duplex


I can confirm, duplex on mine down not involve me doing anything manual. It sucks the paper back in and prints on the other side. It's a good printer just not perfect with apple products (which I have)
#26
CDR
"Deal of the day" - I love Amazon but they are becoming a bit like DFS for their sales tactics..

Was £50.77 for 10 days last month. http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Ricoh-C250DN-Wireless-Colour-Printer/product/B00K2J7ZOS

Whilst probably still the cheapest right now, i've not voted either way. It looks like £89.99 was the average price for this on amazon so only really a £10 reduction.

https://s19.postimg.org/xcotsunub/Capture.png




Agreed, I bought this about 1 year ago using flubit and I payed 70-80. It's still a good price. But not a great discount.
#27
andrewlaw9
MrHot
Blasphemous
Supports duplex, that's impressive at this price point. There don't seem to be any 3rd party toners though and I believe the toners are chipped too so replacement could prove costly. Overall it's gets a hot from me.
Duplex on this means the printer will ignore 2 4 6 etc, and pause whilst you put the paper back in before you press the resume button

printer has automatic duplex not manual duplex

Opps, my bad - I was meant to say "Duplex on these *normally* means..."
1 Like #28
Can you also claim a free black print toner with this?

http://www.ricohprintersandav.uk/monofornothing/
#30
4 x toners for the brother are £30 here, and I rate Brother product very highly. Never had any issues with them.
#31
Rom
JohnStone6
Where did you find this?
When I look at today's deal of the day I see three items - a mattress, a book and some earrings, no mention of this printer!
Click on "get deal"?
I think what he meant was how did the OP find this deal as it's not listed on Amazon's deals of the day page - I can't see it either. Goto Amazon home page, click deals, click all deals of the day and this printer isn't listed. No idea where the OP found it from.

Edited By: JimboGreen1 on Jan 31, 2017 12:50
2 Likes #32
I have the non wifi version of this. Beware, it is VERY HEAVY! I thought 27kgs was a typo. It wasn't!
#33
cunninghamster
Can you also claim a free black print toner with this? http://www.ricohprintersandav.uk/monofornothing/

Offer is open 1 September 2016 until 1 December 2016 so I guess No
3 Likes #34
Dj CUE
Go careful when reading amazon reviews. The top reviews I read about this product were "vine" reviews. I am sure if the printer was free it would be easier to give a 5 star review. The non vine reviews are more of a mix but generally ok so still a good deal for £79.99. That being said paying £277 would be steep for an wireless A4 colour laser. In my opinion this printers RRP should be around £150-£180, £200 tops. Heat added.

Couldn't agree more. The no of 5 star reviews given by folks 'sent this item free/ at a discounted price for a fair and unbiased review' is staggering. For many items, if you filter for 'verified purchases only' the no. of reviews is very, very small. I don't trust Amazon reviews anymore.
#35
rlearmouth
A second-hand HP colour laser for £60 is a better bet in my view

Could you suggest a model please, with cheapo 3rd party replacement toners? Many thanks in advance.
#36
hermano2
cunninghamster
Can you also claim a free black print toner with this? http://www.ricohprintersandav.uk/monofornothing/
Offer is open 1 September 2016 until 1 December 2016 so I guess No

If you read the text the offer is still open to 31st March 2017. The following link states that the offer has been extended.

http://www.ricohprintersandav.uk/offer-extended-free-mono-toner-promotion-with-ricoh-colour-printers/
#37
cunninghamster
hermano2
cunninghamster
Can you also claim a free black print toner with this? http://www.ricohprintersandav.uk/monofornothing/
Offer is open 1 September 2016 until 1 December 2016 so I guess No
If you read the text the offer is still open to 31st March 2017. The following link states that the offer has been extended.http://www.ricohprintersandav.uk/offer-extended-free-mono-toner-promotion-with-ricoh-colour-printers/


Fair do's mate, but wondering why you asked original question already knowing the answer?
#38
furrygg
I have this printer, it's massive! Be warned. I've had no problems with it but I don't print much, just the odd boarding pass. It can't print on card that's too thick. That jammed it up pretty good. Duplex is handy :). Also it doesn't support 'air print' (for apple products). You have to use an app which is somewhat dodgy when printing word docs (things like the font came out massive, looked ridiculous. PDF's and photos print perfectly). If you want to print a web page you need to navigate to it within the app (not ideal). Laptops and computers can use the printer like normal.

Has this only got 1 paper tray? Ie I need one for large ups labels and they take half a page, so the other half i cut and use again so ideally need some quick enough to just put all the halves in lol rather than opening and closing trays etc?
#39
unhappybunny
gsusx
rlearmouth
A second-hand HP colour laser for £60 is a better bet in my view
This
This what?
means he agrees..
#40
Heat, don't forget donate a free 5%/£4 to MacMillan charity by first clicking here...
You will need to search for the item with...
Ricoh SP C250DN Wireless A4 Colour Laser Printer

If you want to read up on things click - http://shop.macmillan.org.uk/amazon.html

Edited By: andyinyorkshire on Jan 31, 2017 17:18

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