Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer back to £89.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer back to £89.99 delivered @ Ebuyer

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Found 30th Oct 2014
BACK IN STOCK AGAIN Excellent price for this laser printer hit 487 points last time it was posted, so this is going to be HOT HOT HOT!

Before anyone points out this is an old deal, I originally posted this one month and two days go, item went Out Of Stock and they put the price back up again, now it's back in stock and the originalcprice applied. I see a pattern!

Didn't buy one last time, but as the whole printer costs less than to replace the consumables on my Samsung (and third party refill kits for the Dell are abut £20 the whole lot!) I feel I would be kind of stupid not to.

If you missed it the last time, grab one now

According to eBuyer;

Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer Product Description
Easy to use and affordable, with networking versatility
Get brilliant, high-quality colour prints from an easy-to-use and affordable printer. DellTM C1750nw with built-in Ethernet and WiFi helps enhance office efficiency.

Share over a network: Experience versatile and easy network connectivity with embedded Ethernet and WiFi1
Print from mobile devices: Print directly from AndroidTM mobile devices with Dell Mobile Print app2 or from iOS mobile devices with Mobile Print App for Dell (available in Jan 2013).2
Save resources: Keep maintenance low with a drum and fuser unit that is designed to last the life of the printer. ENERGY STAR®-qualified printer optimizes energy efficiency with innovative LED technology.
Windows® 8 compatible

Efficiency comes naturally-

Space saving design:
Print brilliant colour from a compact design that helps save space in small to midsize businesses and home-office environments. Speed through tasks:
Print up to 15 ppm in black (A4) and up to 12 ppm in colour (A4)3 with 150-sheet input tray, 10-sheet bypass tray and 100-sheet output bin. Print from mobile devices:
Print directly from AndroidTM mobile devices with Dell Mobile Print app2 or from iOS mobile devices with Mobile Print App for Dell (available in January 2013).2

Simple to use and maintain

Enjoy quick and intuitive wireless setup: Share your printer on a wireless network with embedded WiFi1. Wireless setup has never been easier with Dell Printer Easy WiFi Installer4 Operate with ease: Initiate tasks quickly using the intuitive two-line LCD display with five button control panel. Keep maintenance costs low: Save on upkeep with a single drum/fuser unit designed to last the life of the printer. All you have to replace are the toner cartridges. Save resources: Designed for energy efficiency, the ENERGY STAR® -qualified C1760nw features innovative LED printing technology.

3 years warranty included
- dmaster2000

68 Comments

It's a good price for the printer and thanks for sharing, but it's eBuyer, so no thanks from me...

Original Poster

aLV426

It's a good price for the printer and thanks for sharing, but it's … It's a good price for the printer and thanks for sharing, but it's eBuyer, so no thanks from me...


I hear what you're saying, but I've dealt with them for years and never had any problems

- look at the previous time this deal was posted and there are plenty of comments from people who had bought the printer and had it arrive in good time and without difficulty.

If you are at all concerned, purchase with a credit card.

If you have a problem, you can make a claim against your card provider (a "chargeback") under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act, You don't have to reach stalemate, the supplier and credit card company are jointly responsible for providing the goods or services purchased.

The fact credit card providers are (still) willing to do business with this company is indication in itself that they are reputable.

I don't work for eBuyer or have any interests in the business financial or otherwise.

Edited by: "ukhotdeals1" 31st Oct 2014

http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/problem/how-do-i-use-chargeback

You have to spend more than £100 to be covered by section 75

Original Poster

davelfc

http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/problem/how-do-i-use-chargebackYou … http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/problem/how-do-i-use-chargebackYou have to spend more than £100 to be covered by section 75


Fair 'nuff - order three packs of paper and a memory stick as well


Edited by: "ukhotdeals1" 31st Oct 2014

I have this, when I print in colour the Cyan doesn't line up, it's off by 1mm or so. Anyone got any ideas?

Original Poster

7percent

I have this, when I print in colour the Cyan doesn't line up, it's off by … I have this, when I print in colour the Cyan doesn't line up, it's off by 1mm or so. Anyone got any ideas?


Running the risk of 'teaching my Granny to suck eggs' power everything down, switch everything off at the mains, power up again, check you have the latest drivers and the printer has the most recent firmware - my experience working on numerous help-desks would indicate this fixes problems in 99% of occasions, at the very worst you have the opportunity to say "I've done all that" when you call the Dell support line!

Don't need it as I have 2 printers already but as i'm a tech victim and all round Hotukdeals addict I went ahead and dutifully prdered one...

ebuyer says warranty 3 years but dell only say 1 - anyone manage to sort this out? ebuyer were less than helpful as seems to be the norm...
Edited by: "exexpat" 31st Oct 2014

For 3 year warranty courtesy of IKI265 on the deal last month:

"Called Dell today. I was asked to email the invoice to UKI_Printer_Support AT dell.com
Alternatively you can call them on 0800 028 2660."

alfrado

For 3 year warranty courtesy of IKI265 on the deal last month:"Called … For 3 year warranty courtesy of IKI265 on the deal last month:"Called Dell today. I was asked to email the invoice to UKI_Printer_Support AT dell.comAlternatively you can call them on 0800 028 2660."



Thanks for that.

does it photocopy?

I got one of these when it was last listed. Delighted with it. Almost plug & play, crisp printing and flawless operation from 2 wireless networked laptops and tablets.

Dell cartridges hugely expensive so I'll get from elsewhere. Anybody got a rec for a good secondary cartridge supplier?

No it doesn't photocopy. Dell c1765 has scanner but more expensive.

I got one of these last time. Very good printer so far. My only issue was the wireless is a pain to set up and for me at least, it never worked properly at all once I restarted the printer. I now use an ethernet cable and it works perfectly.

Are these laser printers any good for glossy photo printing? I notice the dpi seems low at 600 x 600.

will this work with iphones/ipads?

I have one and it's a great printer - however the wireless doesn't work *at all* for me, despite hours of trying so i use Ethernet and a home-plug and it's fine.

I got this last time it was posted - also ebuyer. Excellent printer, ive had many inkjets and in more recent years a samsung mono laser (also ebuyer!)

The dell is my first wireless and its quite amazing printing from anywhere in the house. Ive kept the printer in a different room from where my desktop pc is.

Cannot recommend enough.

Bargain (if you actually need a colour laser wireless printer)

Check the size with a measuring tape etc as its a bit bigger then my last printer, not a problem for me, but might be for others.

Bought one 1 month ago..
Questions I have read..
1. Does it work with iPhone and ipads:
Yes it does, I have downloaded the app on my android and iPhone and works fine.

2. Its a laser jet printer at 89 pounds. It has always produced good quality prints but to use it for high quality photos I would advise to get a much more expensive one. Like I said it give good to really good prints but to have photo graphic like print this isn't a printer for you.
3. I have done roughly 350 to 400 prints since I got it and have ran all the cartridges dry and order a new set from amazon for 20 pounds. So be warned, you might need to Change the toner quicker than you thought.

4. Website I bought my toner and they are really good at a fifth the price is

amazon.co.uk/gp/…4HY?cache=7f7e5a47ec220b00255b1fb82ff4082cπ=AC_SX110_SY165&qid=1414749125&sr=8-4#ref=mp_s_a_1_4

Hope this helps

I have one of these at home and an earlier model at work; I have never been able to get the wireless to work reliably (works once or twice, then that's it). I have also set it up with a static IP address on the home network and have it installed as a network printer rather than local (kept being lost and not printing).

Great machine. I get my cartridges through Amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00977H8X4?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00


PS, a post for this machine was my first on this site and was removed as "unsuitable", but nobody would respond to my question "why"! it was also a lot cheaper than this!

Oh I don't understand how people can't get the wireless to work. I have an sky router and used the wps button to connect to the 2 together and was gone straight away... Don't be put off

If you know these printers and like them then fair enough but I would personally recommend checking out the brother, much better build quality, it's over twice the price at £190 ish but currently has £100 cashback. It has better print speeds, longer drum life, significantly better build quality, a proper paper tray that holds 250 sheets (I've also bought the 500 sheet add on tray for mine).

Cashback ends today so if your interested buy it now
http://www.ebuyer.com/645935-brother-hl-l8250cdn-color-laser-a4-printer-hll8250cdnzu1

Compatible toners for the brother are around £60 for a full set of 4, but it's a new model so prices will come down.

Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 31st Oct 2014

Tempted...very. Just the wife to convince now

ThePrince

Tempted...very. Just the wife to convince now


Buy it then try to convince her when it turns up... it's harder to say no when it's there in the house

It would appear this is a wired only printer.. Even tho it supports mobile printing it seems that's via a your wireless router/hub... So could be an issue if people expect to connect it to their home next work over wifi

http://www.brother.co.uk/printers/colour-laser-printers/hll8250cdn

you_gotta_be_kidding

If you know these printers and like them then fair enough but I would … If you know these printers and like them then fair enough but I would personally recommend checking out the brother, much better build quality, it's over twice the price at £190 ish but currently has £100 cashback. It has better print speeds, longer drum life, significantly better build quality, a proper paper tray that holds 250 sheets (I've also bought the 500 sheet add on tray for mine).Cashback ends today so if your interested buy it nowhttp://www.ebuyer.com/645935-brother-hl-l8250cdn-color-laser-a4-printer-hll8250cdnzu1Compatible toners for the brother are around £60 for a full set of 4, but it's a new model so prices will come down.

ukhotdeals1

BACK IN STOCK AGAIN Excellent price for this laser printer hit 487 points … BACK IN STOCK AGAIN Excellent price for this laser printer hit 487 points last time it was posted, so this is going to be HOT HOT HOT!


Voted COLD COLD COLD! for the self-promotion.

declanh

It would appear this is a wired only printer.. Even tho it supports … It would appear this is a wired only printer.. Even tho it supports mobile printing it seems that's via a your wireless router/hub... So could be an issue if people expect to connect it to their home next work over wifihttp://www.brother.co.uk/printers/colour-laser-printers/hll8250cdn



Yeah of course, you buy what suits your needs, to me wireless is just a gimick, my printer is always sat right next to my PC and I have no desire to print from my phone etc.... However the brother once wired into the network does then support wireless printing and airprint etc as you rightly pointed out. Personally I'd go for the better build quality, long drum life and overall better looking printer. All down to consumer choice of course

and I paid £99 just over a week ago ......

ukhotdeals1

Fair 'nuff - order three packs of paper and a memory stick as well



It doesn't work like that, the individual item has to be more than £100.

I have had one of these for a couple of weeks. I am pleased with it. I have it wired to a local router and all my wireless devices print to it so didn't try the wifi.
The general colour document print is as good as at work. I get any photos printed via an online service.
I bought this because I don't print very often and whenever I did want to (usually urgently) my old high quaility inkjet would be dry clogged.
Laser at inkjet prices.
Gamechanger in my house.
Hot.

you_gotta_be_kidding

If you know these printers and like them then fair enough but I would … If you know these printers and like them then fair enough but I would personally recommend checking out the brother, much better build quality, it's over twice the price at £190 ish but currently has £100 cashback. It has better print speeds, longer drum life, significantly better build quality, a proper paper tray that holds 250 sheets (I've also bought the 500 sheet add on tray for mine).Cashback ends today so if your interested buy it nowhttp://www.ebuyer.com/645935-brother-hl-l8250cdn-color-laser-a4-printer-hll8250cdnzu1Compatible toners for the brother are around £60 for a full set of 4, but it's a new model so prices will come down.



Is the All in one version similar to the standard (Dcp-l8400cdn)? Also where do you get the compatibles from?
Edited by: "Zico" 31st Oct 2014

Great printer and a doddle to set up. Perfect for me as I rarely print so wanted something that would work well if left switched off for days at a time, I was fed up with dried out inkjets. I also only use my desktop as a media back up so do most printing from my phone or tablet. I have Android, the Mrs has iOS both have easy to use apps. Hot from me!

Seems like a good deal, heat!

Banned

COLD COLD COLD!

Very tempted, but need an all in one that photocopies - anyone know if there is a good all in one with laser with similarly reasonable toner costs?


Edited by: "captainboons" 31st Oct 2014

http://m.ebuyer.com/370630

Just about to buy when I saw the Samsung CLP-360 Colour Laser Printer advertised at the bottom of page.

Only £10 more how does it compare? & is ink just as cheap? Does anybody know


treb

Don't need it as I have 2 printers already but as i'm a tech victim and … Don't need it as I have 2 printers already but as i'm a tech victim and all round Hotukdeals addict I went ahead and dutifully prdered one...



Love it. This is going to catch on. A bit like pwned. Everytime I order something I don't need, I'm going to say I prdered it

been resisting these offers for weeks maybe months!! My cheap inkjet has served me well for along time! But fed up with needing to replace ink every 5mins! OK i pay peanuts for ink! But its still a hassle! Hoping this will possibly save time and money in the long run!

HEAT ADDED

Bought this product recently myself and can confirm it has been great so far. Relatively easy to set up - and that's wirelessly for 2 desktop and one laptop computers. Speed and quality also very good - can't fault it really.

Zico

Is the All in one version similar to the standard (Dcp-l8400cdn)? Also … Is the All in one version similar to the standard (Dcp-l8400cdn)? Also where do you get the compatibles from?



amazon.co.uk/TN3…_17?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1414614463&sr=1-17&keywords=tn326

amazon.co.uk/DCP…1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1414772068&sr=8-3&keywords=Brother+HL-L8250CDN+toner

amazon.co.uk/COM…ner
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