Super cheap printer with wireless and duplexer (Dell E310dw A4 Wireless Mono Laser Printer with duplex) £29.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side


It may include a cartlilage but does it knee'd one? :p
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HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side

This should do the job:

Replacement cartilage

The printer does print double-sided, as stated in the title (duplex = double-sided ;) ).

Edited By: finknottle on Nov 18, 2016 00:44
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fishleg003
So its a £90 printer once you factor in a toner or £50 if you play russian roulette with toner. A drum is £120 so if your cheapo toner ruins it your screwed drum lasts 12k i think?


the postman may trip over delivering it

thats the only negative i think you forgot
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HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side
http://i63.tinypic.com/2rzqgbq.gif

Edited By: vassy4u on Nov 18, 2016 00:39

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banned 3 Likes #1
Printer is cheap but replacement toner for this model is expensive. It looks exactly like a rebranded Brother HL-L2340DW and that is one noisy printer, especially with the constant running fan noise when not printing.

Edited By: wolfraider on Nov 18, 2016 00:29: x
1 Like #2
£30 a cartridge seems good to me. Wonder if its a starter cartridge in it or full one though?
#3
Heat added OP
1 Like #4
compatible cartridges seem to be about 32 pounds for two on ebay
5 Likes #5
HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side
http://i63.tinypic.com/2rzqgbq.gif

Edited By: vassy4u on Nov 18, 2016 00:39
8 Likes #6
HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side

This should do the job:

Replacement cartilage

The printer does print double-sided, as stated in the title (duplex = double-sided ;) ).

Edited By: finknottle on Nov 18, 2016 00:44
1 Like #7
£16.99 toner cartridges on ebay.
2 Likes #8
wolfraider
Printer is cheap but replacement toner for this model is expensive. It looks exactly like a rebranded Brother HL-L2340DW and that is one noisy printer, especially with the constant running fan noise when not printing.


I have a E310dw, the fan does not run continuously and it is not excessively noisy when printing. It's excellent for printing from apple iOS
#9
vassy4u
HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side
http://i63.tinypic.com/2rzqgbq.gif


:D
1 Like #10
sorry guys for not looking at the title...but thanks for the info...ordered one for home/office
#11
finknottle
HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side

This should do the job:

Replacement cartilage

The printer does print double-sided, as stated in the title (duplex = double-sided ;) ).


oO
29 Likes #12
HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side


It may include a cartlilage but does it knee'd one? :p
2 Likes #13
bellboys
HarkrishenM
This printer does include a cartilage ...can anyone provide a link for replacement cartilage.
also this printer does print double side
It may include a cartlilage but does it knee'd one? :p

Synovial fluid is missing probably :P
1 Like #14
Box Contents
Dell Printer E310dw Mono Laser Printer
Software and instructions CD
Ship-With Black Cartridge (700 page yield)
Power Cord
USB Cable
Setup Guide
#15
So its a £90 printer once you factor in a toner or £50 if you play russian roulette with toner. A drum is £120 so if your cheapo toner ruins it your screwed drum lasts 12k i think?
2 Likes #16
Good price, unless you need colour I'd always go for laser, especially as it never dries out like ink cartridges so actually works when you need it!
7 Likes #17
fishleg003
So its a £90 printer once you factor in a toner or £50 if you play russian roulette with toner. A drum is £120 so if your cheapo toner ruins it your screwed drum lasts 12k i think?


the postman may trip over delivering it

thats the only negative i think you forgot
1 Like #18
fishleg003
So its a £90 printer once you factor in a toner or £50 if you play russian roulette with toner. A drum is £120 so if your cheapo toner ruins it your screwed drum lasts 12k i think?
So you want to spend more money? I fear this may not be the site for you. And it's hardly Russian roulette as you can get toner cheaper than OEM from very reliable companies. Plus this comes with a 700 page cartridge so it's a £30 printer that works out of the box. There's no requirement to spend more.
1 Like #19
finknottle

This should do the job:Replacement cartilage

Likely to cost you an arm and a leg
1 Like #20
Best site on the net with lovely helpful people - and these comments have had me laughing this morning - something I really did 'kneed' as I am about to do battle with Talktalk again!
1 Like #21
Nice printer I have one.
You can buy the cog, to convert the toner that comes with it to one, in which you can refill, with powder.
#22
hotchilli
wolfraider
Printer is cheap but replacement toner for this model is expensive. It looks exactly like a rebranded Brother HL-L2340DW and that is one noisy printer, especially with the constant running fan noise when not printing.
I have a E310dw, the fan does not run continuously and it is not excessively noisy when printing. It's excellent for printing from apple iOS

What software/app do you to run from an iPhone? I have a dell c1760nw and struggle to print from the phone so this would be an idea alternative if it can work. Thanks
#23
£26.60 seems to be the lowest you can get with Flubit for anybody who pays for Elite. The free 30 day trial works as well of course.
2 Likes #24
mikeypr
Nice printer I have one.
You can buy the cog, to convert the toner that comes with it to one, in which you can refill, with powder.
Interesting use of the comma (amongst other things)! oO
#25
Looks similar to my old Brother HL2250DN which has been faultless and silent when not running. It is probably up for a new drum soon so this looks like a better option. Thanks OP
1 Like #26
Ordered, many thanks.
#27
my order just got canceled got canceled and refunded. Is it out of stock?
#28
SHIRALI
my order just got canceled got canceled and refunded. Is it out of stock?

Unfortunately it's not for nothing they're known as eLiar round here...
#29
£34 for 2 high capacity toners or 16.99 for one. I have a Dell colour wifi laser printer (this one http://www.ebuyer.com/search?q=dell+colour+laser+printer , set of 4 carts around £13) and it's by far the best (and cheapest to run) printer I've ever had. Neither have I ever had a problem with ebuyer

Edited By: freccle on Nov 18, 2016 11:57
#30
wolfraider
Printer is cheap but replacement toner for this model is expensive. It looks exactly like a rebranded Brother HL-L2340DW and that is one noisy printer, especially with the constant running fan noise when not printing.

Yeah because £16.99 for a 2600 page 'replacement' toner is expensive.
1 Like #31
Thanks, got it for £23 all in ;) P.S. Flubit and Quidco win win
#32
daveroy
fishleg003
So its a £90 printer once you factor in a toner or £50 if you play russian roulette with toner. A drum is £120 so if your cheapo toner ruins it your screwed drum lasts 12k i think?
So you want to spend more money? I fear this may not be the site for you. And it's hardly Russian roulette as you can get toner cheaper than OEM from very reliable companies. Plus this comes with a 700 page cartridge so it's a £30 printer that works out of the box. There's no requirement to spend more.


Its a good deal but cheap toner trust me costs you in long run so factor it in.

Dell give you a starter cartridge for reason.

I fix printers and sell them 700 pages at 5% coverage is nothing. Average doc someone prints is around 15% so its actually closer to 250 pages.

Toner is £41 on ebuyer so i purchased that at same time.

Still a good deal for a wireless printer based on a high speed model so will have good internals just factor in atleast 1 cartridge.
1 Like #33
psmith1958
fishleg003
So its a £90 printer once you factor in a toner or £50 if you play russian roulette with toner. A drum is £120 so if your cheapo toner ruins it your screwed drum lasts 12k i think?


the postman may trip over delivering it

thats the only negative i think you forgot


Sorry I was being negative wasn't being annoyed with op just at the way printers are sold these days...

A positive though its a mechanical toner reset mechanism so easy to reset and its wireless :).
#34
Thanks OP, Ordered. Can't go wrong with 30 quid printer with laser duplex functionality + Cartridge.

Just ordered cost me 24 quid as I can reclaim VAT off company.

Thank you once again
#35
Sharpharp
Thanks, got it for £23 all in ;) P.S. Flubit and Quidco win win

Just tried Flubit but get the error:

"Sorry! This domain is only allowed for elite users"

It seems I need to pay to upgrade my account to obtain a chance to get the best prices?
#37
Thanks OP just ordered
#38
I call crazy cheap an colour laser printer at 40 ;)
#39
fishleg003
Sorry I was being negative wasn't being annoyed with op just at the way printers are sold these days...
A positive though its a mechanical toner reset mechanism so easy to reset and its wireless :).
Come on be positive.
Just say NO to negativity!
#40
Excellent deal - will replace my old Kyocera laser printer that died with a failed fuser.
Hopefully the new Dell will last 15 years as well!


Edited By: ctdctd on Nov 18, 2016 17:09

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