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Brother HL-L8260CDW A4 Colour Laser Printer £174.60 delivered (£74.60 after cashback) @ Printerland
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Brother HL-L8260CDW A4 Colour Laser Printer £174.60 delivered (£74.60 after cashback) @ Printerland

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Posted 25th MarEdited by:"david_robinson94"

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Many of us have our little bundles of joy at home for the forseeable future and they will need a mix of educating and entertaining.

Based on that I decided it was time to buy a colour printer and with cashback this seems like the best offer on the market.

If price shows higher try printerland as they price matched: printerland.co.uk/pro…150


Brother HL-L8260CDW - £100 Cashback or 3 Years Warranty





  • To benefit from the offer you must purchase this Brother Printer between 1st March 2020 and 31st March 2020.
  • After purchasing the items you must claim your offer from Brother using the form in the link below within 28 days of purchase.
  • You will have to enter a promotion code with Q4C100 (for Cashback) or Q4CW (for Warranty).
  • You will be asked to upload a copy of your electronic proof of purchase (which we will have emailed you when you ordered)
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Yup, agree with all comments - it's not as small as a crappy inkjet... because... it's not a crappy inkjet. This thing is fantastic.

Also, remember that his outputs paper on the top, so it will quite happy sit on a busy desk without having to find space for the paper tray to extend out / merrily dump paper everywhere.

Output is way way better than inkjet + is water proof - great for making colouring in printout for the kids etc. It will had turned on, printed out 100 pages (in duplex) and be done before your injet has finished doing it's warmup cartridge nonsense and failed to print with a paper jam, dried cartridges, streaky output etc..... jesus.... did I say I hate inkjets??.... fecking useless paperweights.

£74 is an utter bargain.
Edited by: "n707301" 25th Mar
Bought this printer last year from Leo Office Supplies. Great service and communication , even sent me a mouse mat a few days later and asked if I was satisfied with their service.
This printer is built for a commercial office environment so it is sturdy but a little on the large and heavy side. Having said that it fits in the hole designed for a printer in my computer desk.The print quality is excellent and it comes with enough toner for 1800+ pages. Compatible toners are available on eBay at less than £40 for a full set - on an earlier post on this printer a guy said he bought for a large office and always purchased compatibles with no problems.
link to Brother cash back claim site - brother.co.uk/pro…des
Got my cashback within a week.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 25th Mar
mayzi25/03/2020 11:01

Massive for a home printer. Shipping box size is: 60x53x50cm.26kg. Thats a …Massive for a home printer. Shipping box size is: 60x53x50cm.26kg. Thats a suitcase!


The actual printer is smaller than the box though at 313 x 410 x 486 mm , unless you want to keep it in the box.
I'm not sure why people classify this printer as being "huge" unless you have an very small home office. That being said, if your home environment is a shared space (i.e desk in a lounge) then this isn't for you. For a commercial grade home printer this isn't huge, it's very well made.

I got mine a few months back from Printerland and had no issues with cashback and with the kids now off school the ability to duplex print work books for them with such high quality of speed, absolutely unthinkable on my old inkjet. As it's a laser you also get decent prints on lower quality paper, 80gsm is fine.

10/10 from me.
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Great price with cashback but not exactly small 313 x 410 x 486 mm (H x W x D). Good for home use if you have the space
Edited by: "apacheuk" 25th Mar
Bought this printer last year from Leo Office Supplies. Great service and communication , even sent me a mouse mat a few days later and asked if I was satisfied with their service.
This printer is built for a commercial office environment so it is sturdy but a little on the large and heavy side. Having said that it fits in the hole designed for a printer in my computer desk.The print quality is excellent and it comes with enough toner for 1800+ pages. Compatible toners are available on eBay at less than £40 for a full set - on an earlier post on this printer a guy said he bought for a large office and always purchased compatibles with no problems.
link to Brother cash back claim site - brother.co.uk/pro…des
Got my cashback within a week.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 25th Mar
Careful, this printer weighs a ton. Had to return mine and it was nightmare.
Tempted... But my current gigantic printer has a built in scanner that I need for work and got no space for two separate devices
AnkerMan25/03/2020 09:13

Careful, this printer weighs a ton. Had to return mine and it was …Careful, this printer weighs a ton. Had to return mine and it was nightmare.


Heavy but great printer for £76... Using it every day....
Yeah, like what others have said, it is bulky and heavy.
apur3225/03/2020 09:21

Heavy but great printer for £76... Using it every day....


Oh not complaining about its capability. Just be sure to factor weight in and where you place the printer.
Edited by: "AnkerMan" 25th Mar
Yes I'm in the market for a home laser printer.
Great printer. Had mine a week. Great as a teacher and the kids being at home. Got mine from printerland at the same price.
Got mine last year for about the same price after cashback. Cashback paid directly into account. Printer is great, no more ink drying up, just be aware as others have said, this printer is huge! You have been warned.
AnkerMan25/03/2020 09:13

Careful, this printer weighs a ton. Had to return mine and it was …Careful, this printer weighs a ton. Had to return mine and it was nightmare.



Which courier did you use? It's over the weight limit for most
Just look up on line how to reset the toner indicator, because all printers will tell you they are empty based on time and also use which can leave cartridges half full being indicated empty.

The printer will not work if it has decided the toner has run out, and the whole point of buying them is to save some pennies !
Is this the "add to wash" model?

I'm not sure why people classify this printer as being "huge" unless you have an very small home office. That being said, if your home environment is a shared space (i.e desk in a lounge) then this isn't for you. For a commercial grade home printer this isn't huge, it's very well made.

I got mine a few months back from Printerland and had no issues with cashback and with the kids now off school the ability to duplex print work books for them with such high quality of speed, absolutely unthinkable on my old inkjet. As it's a laser you also get decent prints on lower quality paper, 80gsm is fine.

10/10 from me.
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I have had this printer for 6 months, very good.
what is the cost of cartridge
Bought one of these from Amazon recently.
Highly recommended.
faisalak725/03/2020 10:38

what is the cost of cartridge


For compatibles it's under £40 , the originals are more like £250 , depending on who you get them from. This printer comes with a set of full sized original toners so in effect the printer and toners are cheaper than just buying the toners.
Massive for a home printer.
Shipping box size is:
60x53x50cm.
26kg.
Thats a suitcase!
mayzi25/03/2020 11:01

Massive for a home printer. Shipping box size is: 60x53x50cm.26kg. Thats a …Massive for a home printer. Shipping box size is: 60x53x50cm.26kg. Thats a suitcase!


The actual printer is smaller than the box though at 313 x 410 x 486 mm , unless you want to keep it in the box.
Mine was delivered yesterday. I ordered from Currys who will price match with Printerland. Ordered last Thurs, arrived Tues. Paid £171.50. Wasnt clear how to get the cashback as you need a promo code to enter when registering which wasnt communicated. I raised an email and their cust service got in touch this am - they are working from home and will sort.

Yes it is big, heavy and only prints. Fair enough for £70 for a laser - esp as everyone in my house is working from home at the moment.
Yup, agree with all comments - it's not as small as a crappy inkjet... because... it's not a crappy inkjet. This thing is fantastic.

Also, remember that his outputs paper on the top, so it will quite happy sit on a busy desk without having to find space for the paper tray to extend out / merrily dump paper everywhere.

Output is way way better than inkjet + is water proof - great for making colouring in printout for the kids etc. It will had turned on, printed out 100 pages (in duplex) and be done before your injet has finished doing it's warmup cartridge nonsense and failed to print with a paper jam, dried cartridges, streaky output etc..... jesus.... did I say I hate inkjets??.... fecking useless paperweights.

£74 is an utter bargain.
Edited by: "n707301" 25th Mar
ARMADO25/03/2020 11:04

Mine was delivered yesterday. I ordered from Currys who will price match …Mine was delivered yesterday. I ordered from Currys who will price match with Printerland. Ordered last Thurs, arrived Tues. Paid £171.50. Wasnt clear how to get the cashback as you need a promo code to enter when registering which wasnt communicated. I raised an email and their cust service got in touch this am - they are working from home and will sort. Yes it is big, heavy and only prints. Fair enough for £70 for a laser - esp as everyone in my house is working from home at the moment.


You just need to go to the page at Brother on this link to claim Armado ( the code is the same for everyone and you'll see it on this page) : brother.co.uk/pro…des
Edited by: "yorkie12" 25th Mar
I've had this printer for 2 years it is excellent as others have said it is a beast. The kids mainly use it for home work and I've only ever had to replace the black toner once so much better than an ink jet.
bought mine from Printerbase. 172 quid - 100 cashback. Arrived yesterday - am loving it (as much as you can love a printer)
n70730125/03/2020 11:10

Yup, agree with all comments - it's not as small as a crappy inkjet... …Yup, agree with all comments - it's not as small as a crappy inkjet... because... it's not a crappy inkjet. This thing is fantastic.Also, remember that his outputs paper on the top, so it will quite happy sit on a busy desk without having to find space for the paper tray to extend out / merrily dump paper everywhere.Output is way way better than inkjet + is water proof - great for making colouring in printout for the kids etc. It will had turned on, printed out 100 pages (in duplex) and be done before your injet has finished doing it's warmup cartridge nonsense and failed to print with a paper jam, dried cartridges, streaky output etc..... jesus.... did I say I hate inkjets??.... fecking useless paperweights.£74 is an utter bargain.


Amen sister!
Is it wireless?
If you get one, buy some paper pronto... prices are starting to go up.

Absolutely recommended, apps available to print via your phone/tablet too.
backllem25/03/2020 09:21

Yeah, like what others have said, it is bulky and heavy.


That's because it's good quality and uses heavy duty components, unlike most the "sneeze and they break" inkjets out there.
its good, scanner would have made it perfect
I have a Brother mono laser and my other 2-in-1old Brother colour inkjet printer has always problems with inks, either drying up or not printing the right colours (reason why I bought the laser mono for reliability). So now the old one will serve as scanner only.
Can anyone point me to the most compact and cheapest colour inkjet of any brand which ALWAYS works and has cheap and hassle free cartridges?
I consider standard quality output as enough, not necessarily after a printer best for photos, however that is down to reliability and overall running cost over time.
I mean, if it really has to be one of the HP with the inks subscription it could be ok as well, however I would prioritise affordable compatible inks over subscriptions, if worth.
Compact size is important, wireless as well. Thanks
italondonistaavataurino25/03/2020 13:43

I have a Brother mono laser and my other 2-in-1old Brother colour inkjet …I have a Brother mono laser and my other 2-in-1old Brother colour inkjet printer has always problems with inks, either drying up or not printing the right colours (reason why I bought the laser mono for reliability). So now the old one will serve as scanner only. Can anyone point me to the most compact and cheapest colour inkjet of any brand which ALWAYS works and has cheap and hassle free cartridges?I consider standard quality output as enough, not necessarily after a printer best for photos, however that is down to reliability and overall running cost over time.I mean, if it really has to be one of the HP with the inks subscription it could be ok as well, however I would prioritise affordable compatible inks over subscriptions, if worth.Compact size is important, wireless as well. Thanks


Only get an inkjet if you have consistent regular use, otherwise there is no getting around those issues.
Does it have a quite printing mode?
italondonistaavataurino25/03/2020 13:43

I have a Brother mono laser and my other 2-in-1old Brother colour inkjet …I have a Brother mono laser and my other 2-in-1old Brother colour inkjet printer has always problems with inks, either drying up or not printing the right colours (reason why I bought the laser mono for reliability). So now the old one will serve as scanner only. Can anyone point me to the most compact and cheapest colour inkjet of any brand which ALWAYS works and has cheap and hassle free cartridges?I consider standard quality output as enough, not necessarily after a printer best for photos, however that is down to reliability and overall running cost over time.I mean, if it really has to be one of the HP with the inks subscription it could be ok as well, however I would prioritise affordable compatible inks over subscriptions, if worth.Compact size is important, wireless as well. Thanks



I concur with The_Hoff's comment. Inkjet printers are typically fine for light to moderate weekly use, but if not used for a couple of weeks or more at a time they tend to gunk up and dry up.

If space is the most important factor you can get smaller colour lasers, Samsung SL-C430 as an example.
VTI_EG_DAN25/03/2020 14:19

Does it have a quite printing mode?



A bit of googling seems to indicate yes, but perhaps some of the owners on here can confirm for sure.
david_robinson9425/03/2020 14:46

I concur with The_Hoff's comment. Inkjet printers are typically fine for …I concur with The_Hoff's comment. Inkjet printers are typically fine for light to moderate weekly use, but if not used for a couple of weeks or more at a time they tend to gunk up and dry up.If space is the most important factor you can get smaller colour lasers, Samsung SL-C430 as an example.


I'm aware of the need to print a couple of pages per week. I can't buy another laser, too big even if that Samsung laser is quite compact for being a laser one. I really need a colour inkjet. Any suggestions?
bought this last week for 172ish from printerbase - great service and the cashback was paid in less than a week. You can do the paypal pay after delivery which means you should have the cashback before you even pay for the printer

Great printer - proper office spec but not too massive (although pretty deep!)
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