Samsung CLP-320 Colour Laser Printer New, Sealed, UK Stock with Cartridges and Full Warranty £69.99 @ oyyy_uk ebay outlet - HotUKDeals
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Samsung CLP-320 Colour Laser Printer
Brand New, Sealed, UK Stock includes Cartridges & 12 Months Warranty.

** Includes all 4 original Samsung Toner Cartridges Black, Cyan, Magenta & Yellow **

Almost 1/2 Price - NOW ONLY £69.99 including FREE UK Delivery!
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Save 47% RRP £129.99 whilst stocks last.
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1 Like #1
How much are toners?
1 Like #2
This is very good, but is probably disposable.
I got a similar Xerox Phaser 6110 for £89, and a new imaging unit is £111.

Edited By: snapdragon on Feb 10, 2011 15:12
#3
Got a clp-310 here and its done over 12000 pages with no faults :)
#4
Wow, this should get really hot.

Snapdragon: Replacement imaging units and such like may be very expensive, but they are normally good for around 50,000 prints. Unless you a major bulk user (in which case you shouldn't be looking at a printer like this anyway) the cost of such items will never be a factor.

As long as you can get the toner cartridges for a reasonable price this is an exceptional deal. Shame I've got a colour laser already, otherwise I would definitely buy this.
#5
Theres a Dell Colour Laser where the carts can be had for £10-15 off ebay not sure the model but it goes for about £130. Which do you think would be better and more economical running wise? How are these colour lasers for printing photos A4 and 5x7 sizes?
#6
kainekainekaine
Theres a Dell Colour Laser where the carts can be had for £10-15 off ebay not sure the model but it goes for about £130. Which do you think would be better and more economical running wise? How are these colour lasers for printing photos A4 and 5x7 sizes?


Hmmm, which one would be best for you depends entirely on how much you are going to use it. If you are going to be printing less than around a hundred pages a month, then the Samsung is definitely the better deal, IMO, much more than that and I would go for the Dell, especially as (if its the deal I think you mean) it comes with 2 sets of new toner cartridges for your money.

Generally, colour lasers are really designed more for colour documents than for photo printing - they'll be fine for 'casual' use or from a bit of a distance, but close up they will not compare with a photo inkjet.

Hope this helps.
2 Likes #7
Don't know about running costs but I wouldn't use this for photos. A laser printer would melt the coating on standard photo paper. Would need specialist laser photo paper. Having said that looks a great deal if just printing colour documents etc. voted hot
#8
HOT HOT HOT
banned#9
andyken
kainekainekaine
Theres a Dell Colour Laser where the carts can be had for £10-15 off ebay not sure the model but it goes for about £130. Which do you think would be better and more economical running wise? How are these colour lasers for printing photos A4 and 5x7 sizes?
Hmmm, which one would be best for you depends entirely on how much you are going to use it. If you are going to be printing less than around a hundred pages a month, then the Samsung is definitely the better deal, IMO, much more than that and I would go for the Dell, especially as (if its the deal I think you mean) it comes with 2 sets of new toner cartridges for your money.Generally, colour lasers are really designed more for colour documents than for photo printing - they'll be fine for 'casual' use or from a bit of a distance, but close up they will not compare with a photo inkjet.Hope this helps.

Yep I agree, I have the dell 1320C, all 4 Toners are £20 delivered from LJT Direct on Ebay..... You couldn't get 1 samsung toner for twice that.... Got my printer from amazon for £109..... One set of toners and it's already cheaper than the samsung
banned 2 Likes #10
bullman34
Don't know about running costs but I wouldn't use this for photos. A laser printer would melt the coating on standard photo paper. Would need specialist laser photo paper. Having said that looks a great deal if just printing colour documents etc. voted hot

Eh? What a load of *^&%$^$"£&^$^

I'm a Designer/Printer for a living and Laser printers are perfectly fine printing photo's, if you printing from home I would actually only recomend laser as Injet just doesn't cost effective, you'd be better off going to a lab.... My laser has done loads of photo's on cheap basic inkjet photo paper and also on lyson and permajet high end photopaper, all designed for inkjet and all performed great on laser.... The only thing to consider is the thickness, if it's too thick you might have feed issues, I tend to go for 180g/210g.

Edited By: hmmmnice111 on Feb 10, 2011 16:34
#11
hmmmnice111
andyken
kainekainekaine
Theres a Dell Colour Laser where the carts can be had for £10-15 off ebay not sure the model but it goes for about £130. Which do you think would be better and more economical running wise? How are these colour lasers for printing photos A4 and 5x7 sizes?
Hmmm, which one would be best for you depends entirely on how much you are going to use it. If you are going to be printing less than around a hundred pages a month, then the Samsung is definitely the better deal, IMO, much more than that and I would go for the Dell, especially as (if its the deal I think you mean) it comes with 2 sets of new toner cartridges for your money.Generally, colour lasers are really designed more for colour documents than for photo printing - they'll be fine for 'casual' use or from a bit of a distance, but close up they will not compare with a photo inkjet.Hope this helps.


Yep I agree, I have the dell 1320C, all 4 Toners are £20 delivered from LJT Direct on Ebay..... You couldn't get 1 samsung toner for twice that.... Got my printer from amazon for £109..... One set of toners and it's already cheaper than the samsung


How is it for Photos? I usually just get mine printed at Asda/Tesco. Anyone know of all in one lasers that compare with the quality of these cheap colour lasers?
#12
Just curious as to why you all think this wouldnt be anygood for photos. Seems to have good res at 2400dpi x 600dpi. Will it take standard size photo papers or just A4? I know it would have to be special laser photo paper but the quality must be quite decent. How do they compare to the prints at Asda/Tesco which ive never thought were spectacular but decent enough?
1 Like #13
I have a Samsung CLP-315 - the toners are about £120 for a complete set and I've never found a generic replacement. You can buy a chip which inhibits the reset chip on the catridges , which means you can re-fill them yourself, but not everybody would be happy to solder this in - it involves opening up the printer completely. I don't think that the cartridges they sell with them new are full capacity.
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If you are a designer/ printer for a living then your comments are truly frightening. Laser printers use heat to fuse the toner onto the paper. As standard photopaper has a film coating then it can melt when used in a laser printer - fact!
1 Like #15
I just love this site! I often think we need someone like Harry Carpenter (deceased) to commentate on rounds.

ps, thanks to OP for the posting.
#16
It's actually cheaper to buy a new printer than buy replacement cartridges, unfortunatley fell for a very similar deal CLP 310 nightmare, great printer cartridges last ages (moderate use).Just forked our £109 quid to replace catridges. Had I seen this deal I would just have bought the new printer :(
#17
hmmmnice111
andyken
kainekainekaine
Theres a Dell Colour Laser where the carts can be had for £10-15 off ebay not sure the model but it goes for about £130. Which do you think would be better and more economical running wise? How are these colour lasers for printing photos A4 and 5x7 sizes?
Hmmm, which one would be best for you depends entirely on how much you are going to use it. If you are going to be printing less than around a hundred pages a month, then the Samsung is definitely the better deal, IMO, much more than that and I would go for the Dell, especially as (if its the deal I think you mean) it comes with 2 sets of new toner cartridges for your money.Generally, colour lasers are really designed more for colour documents than for photo printing - they'll be fine for 'casual' use or from a bit of a distance, but close up they will not compare with a photo inkjet.Hope this helps.


Yep I agree, I have the dell 1320C, all 4 Toners are £20 delivered from LJT Direct on Ebay..... You couldn't get 1 samsung toner for twice that.... Got my printer from amazon for £109..... One set of toners and it's already cheaper than the samsung


Set of 4 original Samsung toners (for predecessor CLP-315, don't know if same for this) £107 at Amazon (but about £170 if bought individually on high street)..
#18
Cold, running costs are terrible and no in-built print server.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Feb 10, 2011 17:26
#19
terriq
It's actually cheaper to buy a new printer than buy replacement cartridges, unfortunatley fell for a very similar deal CLP 310 nightmare, great printer cartridges last ages (moderate use).Just forked our £109 quid to replace catridges. Had I seen this deal I would just have bought the new printer :(


Supplied cartridges are not full with new printers - starter only.

Edited By: Besford on Feb 10, 2011 17:27
#20
I mainly do mono printing. Can you just change the black toner? I'm guessing it wud be mad to have to change all 4 if just the black ran out. Also can you still use the printer if say the yellow had run out?
#21
Tempting - these are disposable, so I don't think new toner cost is that important. Shame it's not a network printer like my Xerox 6110N, which would have sealed the deal.
#22
AndyJ78
I mainly do mono printing. Can you just change the black toner? I'm guessing it wud be mad to have to change all 4 if just the black ran out. Also can you still use the printer if say the yellow had run out?


Would like to know this too. Are the black toners in colour lasers as good as that in there mono only counterparts?
#23
scoobeesnac
Tempting - these are disposable, so I don't think new toner cost is that important. Shame it's not a network printer like my Xerox 6110N, which would have sealed the deal.


These only seem to come with starter carts, which are not as full as originals.
#24
bullman34
If you are a designer/ printer for a living then your comments are truly frightening. Laser printers use heat to fuse the toner onto the paper. As standard photopaper has a film coating then it can melt when used in a laser printer - fact!

Yes, laser printers use heat to fuse the toner to the paper, but the heat the toner absorbs is just above its Tg (glass transition temperature), resulting in softening the toner and uses rollers to apply pressure to permanently fuse the toner.

Also, the amount of time the paper is exposed to heat is miliseconds thus not effecting the surface. almost all industrial printers use laser ptinters due to its speed and they print on all sorts of substrates, so to say the film coating will melt is bull!

Better to be ignorant than to have little knowledge in the subject area - FACT
#25
Regarding the starter cartridges, I found this on an Amazon review for the CLP-325W, which I imagine would apply to the CLP-320 as well.

It only ships with 1000 page Black and 500 page colour cartridges against the replacement 1500 and 750 ones.
#26
Copied from the Ebay link

All 4 Cartridges included are 700 Page Yield* starter toners
#27
kainekainekaine
[quote=AndyJ78]I mainly do mono printing. Can you just change the black toner? I'm guessing it wud be mad to have to change all 4 if just the black ran out. Also can you still use the printer if say the yellow had run out?
Would like to know this too. Are the black toners in colour lasers as good as that in there mono only counterparts?[/quote

Each toner has its own cartridge, with the black being larger capacity due to mono printing. If one of your toner colours was almost empty this would bring up a prompt requesting you to change the colour that was low. At the end of the day, toner is being supplied from the manufacturere is the same whether it is for a colour or mono printer.

Its just worth noting that toner is printer specific with each manufacturer keeping the exact composition of the toner a trade secret. Use the recyclable cartridges but be cautious as this can cause printer issues such as poor printing, damaged OPC, streaks, etc.
#28
rags2riches
Regarding the starter cartridges, I found this on an Amazon review for the CLP-325W, which I imagine would apply to the CLP-320 as well.
It only ships with 1000 page Black and 500 page colour cartridges against the replacement 1500 and 750 ones.

Thats right, new printers come with less toner in (dont ask why even i dont know) but they are good for about 1000 blk and 500 colour.
#29
The Dell one (1320cn) is available for under £120 and I've just bought a full set of 4 replacement toners for £24 delivered. The toner cartridges shipped with this printer (and indeed the Dell) are not full capacity. It's the cost of replacement cartridges that would stop me buying this printer.
To answer some points from above, yes you can replace the toners one at a time but it is more expensive per cart buying individual carts rather than a full set.
#30
I love your avatar
#31
can these not be refilled? Ive got a samsung scx4300 mono laser that I refilled for about a tenner
#32
hmmmnice111
bullman34
Don't know about running costs but I wouldn't use this for photos. A laser printer would melt the coating on standard photo paper. Would need specialist laser photo paper. Having said that looks a great deal if just printing colour documents etc. voted hot


Eh? What a load of *^&%$^$"£&^$^

I'm a Designer/Printer for a living and Laser printers are perfectly fine printing photo's, if you printing from home I would actually only recomend laser as Injet just doesn't cost effective, you'd be better off going to a lab.... My laser has done loads of photo's on cheap basic inkjet photo paper and also on lyson and permajet high end photopaper, all designed for inkjet and all performed great on laser.... The only thing to consider is the thickness, if it's too thick you might have feed issues, I tend to go for 180g/210g.


Hi, my wife has a printing business and prints designs on card upto 300gsm using inkjet printers. would she get a similar result using a laser printer?

Edited By: blackbanana118 on Feb 10, 2011 18:19
#33
blackbanana118
hmmmnice111
bullman34
Don't know about running costs but I wouldn't use this for photos. A laser printer would melt the coating on standard photo paper. Would need specialist laser photo paper. Having said that looks a great deal if just printing colour documents etc. voted hot
Eh? What a load of *^&%$^$"£&^$^I'm a Designer/Printer for a living and Laser printers are perfectly fine printing photo's, if you printing from home I would actually only recomend laser as Injet just doesn't cost effective, you'd be better off going to a lab.... My laser has done loads of photo's on cheap basic inkjet photo paper and also on lyson and permajet high end photopaper, all designed for inkjet and all performed great on laser.... The only thing to consider is the thickness, if it's too thick you might have feed issues, I tend to go for 180g/210g.
Hi, my wife has a printing business and prints designs on card upto 300gsm using inkjet printers. would she get a similar result using a laser printer?

it depends on the dpi, laser printing is nice but again it is dependant on dpi..........in this case with the 2400x600dpi i would say yes.
#34
Very expensive toners - 4pence per page. The drum is built into the cartridge so knock off carts will print poor quality, the fuser should last atleast 40k pages. For a cheap longer term printer get a CLP-310 for £100 and the toners are as low £5 each colour for 1k pages, you may as well throw it away after 50k pages but atleast it will cost you a tenth of the price per page.
1 Like #35
grimboj3
Very expensive toners - 4pence per page. The drum is built into the cartridge so knock off carts will print poor quality, the fuser should last atleast 40k pages. For a cheap longer term printer get a CLP-310 for £100 and the toners are as low £5 each colour for 1k pages, you may as well throw it away after 50k pages but atleast it will cost you a tenth of the price per page.


The drum is NOT built into the cartridges. Why oh why do people feel compelled to post such tosh on here? You're misleading people grimboj3.
#36
kainekainekaine
Theres a Dell Colour Laser where the carts can be had for £10-15 off ebay not sure the model but it goes for about £130. Which do you think would be better and more economical running wise? How are these colour lasers for printing photos A4 and 5x7 sizes?

Undoubtedly cheap. but resolution is 600 x 600 as opposed to 2400 x 600 for the Sammy

Buy it and bin it (sorry recycle it) :-)


Edited By: spinynorman on Feb 10, 2011 19:06
#37
Smoking. i was after one last week and didn't want to shell out over 100quid... this has come at the perfect time!
#38
Normally laser printer cartridges can be refilled. I have had a Samsung CLX-2160 for 3 years. The original toners produced excellent pictures on standard paper.

After they ran out I have been using compatible cartridges off e-bay for ~30% the cost of the Samsung toner. The print quality was good but noticeably worse than the original toner but it was good enough for me with solid blacks but slightly washed out colours but no blotches, smears etc and more importantly no damage to the printer. (I'm on my 4th set of compatible toners)

However, this printers appears not to have any compatible toners for sale on e-bay which means that you can only use the stunningly expensive manufacturers toner as such it's will cost a lot to run so sadly cold from me.
#39
Is a laser printer best for infrequent use?
#40
AndyJ78
I mainly do mono printing. Can you just change the black toner? I'm guessing it wud be mad to have to change all 4 if just the black ran out. Also can you still use the printer if say the yellow had run out?

Yes it uses 4 separate cartridges and the black can be replaced separately

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