Brother DCP-9015CDW A4 All-in-One Colour Laser Printer £159 Staples
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Brother DCP-9015CDW A4 All-in-One Colour Laser Printer £159 Staples

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Found 25th May 2017
Looks a lot of printer for the price and cheap toner on ebay full set £28 Its been cheaper in past with cash back and with being discontinued could be cheapest it go for now
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I have a cheap b&w brother laser printer and it's brilliant cheap consumables just great
The toner catridges have tiny capacities, 1400 pages per colour, so it's not particularly cheap to run if you're printing any volume.

This is also the normal price for it, so not particularly a deal.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 25th May 2017
This is an awesome printer. I paid £191 from Amazon for this. Well worth the money. Prints double sided too!
Edited by: "ebaysniper" 26th May 2017
How many prints in black and white can u get from tonner?
Edited by: "paulsmithlove" 26th May 2017
Is there a smaller version of this type of printer? I need a small one for home use but not had any luck finding one that doesn't look so bulky
really good price for this machine.
It's probably the best all in one colour laser you can get for home / small business use.

just bear in mind it's a relatively large machine and quite heavy.(over 20 kg)
I have this printer, very happy with it. Paid 149.99 (reduced from 249.99)
Josephg778

is there any chance you could add a link to where the ink set is on ebay … is there any chance you could add a link to where the ink set is on ebay i cant see it?


It is a laser printer it does not use ink
£153.60 on Amazon with the start up toner, which I assume this one comes with as well

amazon.co.uk/d/I…CDW
paulsmithlove

How many prints in black and white can u get from tonner?


Why do you want black and white prints from a colour laser printer? Buy a cheap mono laser printer
Josephg778

is there any chance you could add a link to where the ink set is on ebay … is there any chance you could add a link to where the ink set is on ebay i cant see it?


Just type Brother DCP-9015CDW toner in the search bar on E-Bay.
saraye

Is there a smaller version of this type of printer? I need a small one … Is there a smaller version of this type of printer? I need a small one for home use but not had any luck finding one that doesn't look so bulky


That's not surprising, colour laser printers have four sets of toners and drums whereas mono laser printers have only one. This one has a 100 sheet paper drawer. You may be able to find a model with a smaller drawer.
Also compared to any inkjet printer, laser printers are not good at printing photographs, there is a noticeable dot pattern.
Edited by: "jasee" 26th May 2017
12.6% if you go via Topcashback should get you £20 back too.
I have a review of this model printer, just in case it helps anyone with their buying decision. I still own it now and works like a dream
youtube.com/wat…-Tw
You can also get it for £153.60 from PrinterLand with free delivery.
I've had this for about 6 months maybe more, it's decent machine for the price, colour touchscreen, wifi, cloud printing etc. Its big! Also the print quality ain't all that sometimes the pictures are ok, and the text is not as crisp as it should be. But you are not going to get anything even close to this price and if you do they'll have stupidly expensive toner, this is cheap to refill, pretty happy with mine. Wifi printing is slow although mine is in the attic and the router is on the ground floor so not a surprise
mahol84

I'm confused... … I'm confused... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/brother-dcp9015cdw-multifunction-colour-laser-printer-scanner-copier-with-wifi-duplex-2610825



i think you just broke HUKD
I really want to upvote this, as I have had several excellent brother Laser printers; but the last two models owned (one colour and one mono), were unreliable, and started giving issues after a year of a fairly light office use.

I would still rather have this than a HP though, the last HP colour laser I had was a bag of ****; not only that, but 3 months after purchase, HP TRIPLED the toner prices..
Compatible cartridges last about 2000 sheets, and seem to be as reliable as the genuine ones. (I've been using compatibles for 45k sheets.
The drums should be replaced at15k sheets, and could cost £75 for a set of 4 !
I've found drums can be used for more than 45k sheets, provided you get good at cleaning them. (otherwise you get corona wire errors)
Been using a similar Brother printer to this and just bought an upgrade to it, quite reliable and cheap but not the greatest print quality with the cheap toners.

I've also used a drum far past the recommended amount, at about 30k sheets now.
Edited by: "retrend" 26th May 2017
Use code 299000065 for a tenner off for £149. Ive been thinking for a while on this one. Brother seeming to be one of the cheapest to run and OK for a light user like me who just doesnt want my ink drying out all the bloody time.
Zephid

Use code 299000065 for a tenner off for £149. Ive been thinking for a … Use code 299000065 for a tenner off for £149. Ive been thinking for a while on this one. Brother seeming to be one of the cheapest to run and OK for a light user like me who just doesnt want my ink drying out all the bloody time.



Is ink drying out still a worry with inkjets?
Evilmonkey

Is ink drying out still a worry with inkjets?



Well I'm not exactly up to date. Mine is probably nearly 15 yrs old so whenever it's not used for a few weeks it's rubbish and needs cleaning etc.
Maybe new models are better designed at keeping the ink and cartridges from drying?
Zephid

Well I'm not exactly up to date. Mine is probably nearly 15 yrs old so … Well I'm not exactly up to date. Mine is probably nearly 15 yrs old so whenever it's not used for a few weeks it's rubbish and needs cleaning etc. Maybe new models are better designed at keeping the ink and cartridges from drying?



That's what I was wondering. It used to be that inkjets were cheap to buy, but costly to run and lasers the opposite, but now it seems to be completely mixed up...
The expected delivery date for this item is 14 to 17 days.
got mine next day, they must sold out
Really happy with my Brother HL-4140CN colour laser
This printer was actually £90 on Staples a few months ago. I missed out on it because my father wouldn't make his mind up whether he wanted one as well. The reason I waited on him was because they only do free delivery to NI on orders over £150, otherwise the delivery cost was £50. Normally I would blacklist a company which rips NI customers off on delivery charges while using the extortionate delivery prices to subsidise "free" delivery to "mainland UK" customers. But the price for this printer would've made it too good to resist. In the end, my dad hmm'd and haa'd until it went back up to full price. Needless to say, I'll not be buying one from Staples now.
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