Brother MFC-L8690CDW Wireless All-in-One Colour Laser Printer amazon - £309.60 - £184.60 after cashback
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Brother MFC-L8690CDW Wireless All-in-One Colour Laser Printer amazon - £309.60 - £184.60 after cashback

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Found 14th Jan
MFC-L8690CDW - £125 cashback and 3 year warrantyTo claim £125 cashback and 3 year warranty use the code: Q4C125CW

brother.co.uk/lat…ons

The price from amazon.co.uk is £309.60 - £125 = £184.60 it is cheaper from non-amazon
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deathwishdave1 h, 10 m ago

How come there are no reviews on Amazon? Is it a new printer?


So review it, you don't need to buy one and they'll publish any nonsense. Then read your own review. Problem solved, you're welcome.
Winston Wolfe.
Edited by: "Adult" 14th Jan
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It is cheaper from johnsab deal if you want to buy from ebuyer, everythig else is the same

hotukdeals.com/dea…700
you need to use the full price, as cashback is never guaranteed.
Deedie1 m ago

you need to use the full price, as cashback is never guaranteed.


Thanks i was about to but a Mod beat me to it.
allowed1 m ago

Thanks i was about to but a Mod beat me to it.



not showing full price for me.

still showing the price after cashabck
How come there are no reviews on Amazon? Is it a new printer?
deathwishdave41 m ago

How come there are no reviews on Amazon? Is it a new printer?


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Yep, thats about right
Edited by: "allowed" 14th Jan
Cold. £15 cheaper at Printerland
deathwishdave1 h, 10 m ago

How come there are no reviews on Amazon? Is it a new printer?


So review it, you don't need to buy one and they'll publish any nonsense. Then read your own review. Problem solved, you're welcome.
Winston Wolfe.
Edited by: "Adult" 14th Jan
The printer is being sold, with the cashback, at a price that is cheaper than the laser cartridges it contains. Not by a small margin either - circa £100

The 'in the box' contains toner capacity cartridges for 3,000 black pages and 1,800 colour

If your a light user and fed up with your inkjet clogging up through infrequent use, then this looks to be a machine to consider. For the heavy user the cost of the OEM toner looks 'insane'. There are non-OEM replacement cartridges but they appear to be pricey, plus it's pot luck whether you get a satisfactory print quality.

You might also consider the Brother HL-L8260CDW which is just a colour laser at around £150 after cashback that also contains the same toner cartridges as the all in one printer.

For anyone looking for TN421 OEM laser cartridges, maybe buy one of these machines and dispose of your old one through an auction site - and you will get the 3 year warranty as well.

Heat from me.
Looks massive
Dumbstruck3 h, 11 m ago

The printer is being sold, with the cashback, at a price that is cheaper …The printer is being sold, with the cashback, at a price that is cheaper than the laser cartridges it contains. Not by a small margin either - circa £100The 'in the box' contains toner capacity cartridges for 3,000 black pages and 1,800 colourIf your a light user and fed up with your inkjet clogging up through infrequent use, then this looks to be a machine to consider. For the heavy user the cost of the OEM toner looks 'insane'. There are non-OEM replacement cartridges but they appear to be pricey, plus it's pot luck whether you get a satisfactory print quality.You might also consider the Brother HL-L8260CDW which is just a colour laser at around £150 after cashback that also contains the same toner cartridges as the all in one printer.For anyone looking for TN421 OEM laser cartridges, maybe buy one of these machines and dispose of your old one through an auction site - and you will get the 3 year warranty as well.Heat from me.


New printers usually come with starter cartridges with a fraction of it actual capacity.
Is this the case with these printers as well??. as getting a new printer may not work out in that case.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 14th Jan
polarbaba2 h, 33 m ago

New printers usually come with starter cartridges with a fraction of it …New printers usually come with starter cartridges with a fraction of it actual capacity.Is this the case with these printers as well??. as getting a new printer may not work out in that case.


Yes I think pretty much all consumers laser printers come with 'starter' carts (also known as half empty!) - however for light users such as myself who might only printer once a week a few pages, even the starter carts in a laser printer can last years! I got a Dell laser over 2 years ago and still on the original carts. Previously inkjets I had would dry up and fail in that period and give no end of trouble.

Edit: just checked and it was 3 years ago when I got my laser printer and the original black cart is nearly empty
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Jan
New printers usually come with starter cartridges with a fraction of it actual capacity.
Is this the case with these printers as well??. as getting a new printer may not work out in that case.


According to the manufacturers these don't come with 'half empty' or 'starter kits'. Black 3,000 pages and colour 1,800 pages.
spannerzone9 h, 27 m ago

Yes I think pretty much all consumers laser printers come with 'starter' …Yes I think pretty much all consumers laser printers come with 'starter' carts (also known as half empty!) - however for light users such as myself who might only printer once a week a few pages, even the starter carts in a laser printer can last years! I got a Dell laser over 2 years ago and still on the original carts. Previously inkjets I had would dry up and fail in that period and give no end of trouble.Edit: just checked and it was 3 years ago when I got my laser printer and the original black cart is nearly empty


I can confirm all you have said
Spoke to Brother on the blower, Amazon not covered under cash back, has to be A UK supplier with UK stock. Printerland is covered. And also cheaper than above Amazon link anyway.
Thanks OP, order in the end from Printerland and arrived yesterday.
Quite simply a BEAST of a machine!

Thanks again.

Cheers
spannerzone14th Jan

Yes I think pretty much all consumers laser printers come with 'starter' …Yes I think pretty much all consumers laser printers come with 'starter' carts (also known as half empty!) - however for light users such as myself who might only printer once a week a few pages, even the starter carts in a laser printer can last years! I got a Dell laser over 2 years ago and still on the original carts. Previously inkjets I had would dry up and fail in that period and give no end of trouble.Edit: just checked and it was 3 years ago when I got my laser printer and the original black cart is nearly empty


Cheeky monkey. I know which dell free printer your talking about. That had a full size cartridge specced to last 7000 pages!
Just ordered, hopefully the tk-241 cheaper replacement cartridges will work OK!
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