Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer + FREE 80gsm A4 Printer Paper (500 Sheets)  £99.99 free delivery @ Ebuyer
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Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer + FREE 80gsm A4 Printer Paper (500 Sheets) £99.99 free delivery @ Ebuyer

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Found 27th Oct 2015
520 reviews for this printer, average 9/10! Finally back down in price and can be used with various OS including Win 8 if that's your thing

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

Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi
Speed: Up to 15 ppm
Paper Capacity: 150-sheet Tray
Connection: USB, Network, WiFi
Mobile Device Printing
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I have this printer, prints well all the time.
The last time these were on offer from eBuyer I had one for £89.99 delivered minus the paper.
I consider it a good printer and colour toners are really cheap on eBay.
Great product, cheap toner makes it' a decent replacement for nasty inkjets that always clog up when you need them
Is it easily refillable or does it make more sense to just buy non OEM cartridges?
ashikdeva

Is it easily refillable or does it make more sense to just buy non OEM … Is it easily refillable or does it make more sense to just buy non OEM cartridges?


Just buy non OEM cartridges - really cheap - individual colours available - or a full set of 4 for under £20 from Ebay etc.
how does it work with toners? eg- when one colour empties, can the printer just use the other colours or does it have to be reinstalled before printer prints again? tia
IanElk

Just buy non OEM cartridges - really cheap - individual colours available … Just buy non OEM cartridges - really cheap - individual colours available - or a full set of 4 for under £20 from Ebay etc.


And how accepting is it of knockoffs?

We do need a **** revolution when it comes to printer ink, the bloody stuff is drmed to hell and most expensive than 20 year old scotch.
I've got the Dell 1320c printer..great quality, ink is cheap..anyone recommend good quality a4 paper deal?
I have one of these - it's the best printer I've owned in terms of reliability and running costs. And goodness knows I've been thru a LOT of printers. There's even half decent software so you can print from phone and tablet when on the same network.
ive got this, seems ok.. few issues with the wifi setting but all works as it should

shame it doesnt scan...
Awesome little printer. Great quality output. A bit slow to first page print and clatters a little more than some other lasers.

One thing to note is that whilst you can print from an Android phone using the Dell Document Hub app (Dell Mobile Print replacement), the printer is not Google Cloud Print compatible, so printing from the Chromebook/box is not directly possible.

A way round this is to upload to Google Drive from the Chromebook and print via an Android phone.

Does that have the three year warranty? I think it is only 1 year from Ebuyer.

Dabs is selling these with the three year warranty for £20 more. I think it is worth paying the extra if you print a lot. I've just had one fail after two years.

You'd be mad to use this printer with anything other than compatible cartridges from Ebay or Amazon. A full set of Dell-branded toners costs twice as much as the printer. I pay £34 for two full sets of cartridges delivered from Ebay. That's £17 per set of four.
Edited by: "musical" 27th Oct 2015
Just changed the Black in mine this morning (full set from amazon/ebay under £20)

Got the 1765nfw which adds the scanner.

Brilliant buy
Edited by: "milkmanchris" 27th Oct 2015
Does it print automatically double-sided?

Does it print photos onto photo paper? If so, how well?
just a word of warning that this printer isn't natively airprint compatible and the IOS Dell Document Hub app is abysmal looking at the reviews. It also looks like the app is updated frequently for Android, but it doesn't appear that Dell bother much with it on IOS. Good printer if you only want to print from PC/laptop though.
musical

Does that have the three year warranty? I think it is only 1 year from … Does that have the three year warranty? I think it is only 1 year from Ebuyer.Dabs is selling these with the three year warranty for £20 more. I think it is worth paying the extra if you print a lot. I've just had one fail after two years.You'd be mad to use this printer with anything other than compatible cartridges from Ebay or Amazon. A full set of Dell-branded toners costs twice as much as the printer. I pay £34 for two full sets of cartridges delivered from Ebay. That's £17 per set of four.



please can you send me the sellers name/link etc im looking for good reliable toner not sure what/which to buy thanks
feed_me_chocs

just a word of warning that this printer isn't natively airprint … just a word of warning that this printer isn't natively airprint compatible and the IOS Dell Document Hub app is abysmal looking at the reviews. It also looks like the app is updated frequently for Android, but it doesn't appear that Dell bother much with it on IOS. Good printer if you only want to print from PC/laptop though.



sorry, just noticed IOS app finally been updated so about to give it another try.

MarkShopper, it doesn't have a duplexer for auto double sided printing.
How many pages can you print on a set of toners
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I have been using these for this and an older printer. need to order more soon.

Only problem with these printers is when the paper gets crunched up inside and then it is a total dismantle job.

This item was my first posting on here (from an Amazon seller, cheapest at the time ) and was promptly removed!
i have a few of these in a couple of my shops.
hotukdeals.com/dea…544
mine are the all in ones, they are a bit slow and scanning software is terrible but for the price they are excellent.
compatible toner is cheap as chips too
whydoiwastemytimehere

please can you send me the sellers name/link etc im looking for good … please can you send me the sellers name/link etc im looking for good reliable toner not sure what/which to buy thanks



I buy from expressinks. Item 161786018742. I must have bought at least ten full sets.

I've had a bad experience from another vendor on Amazon so be careful - I got a refund but the refill mechanism was too tight on the cartridges so they wouldn't "refresh" and could have damaged the printer (horrible noises). But I've never had a problem with these.
Doesn't work with latest Mac OS (El Capitaine)
tuohy16

Doesn't work with latest Mac OS (El Capitaine)



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The above worked for me ;o)
Have the all in one version of this, fantastic printer for the money compared to ink jets. Can be a bit of a git to get working on your network as it isn't exactly home consumer friendly but no problems once working.
Any comments on quality of photo prints please?

Edit - I should have said on photo quality paper.
Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 27th Oct 2015
My old Dell one (not this model) wont work properly since I upgraded to Win 10. It only prints the first page and you have to manually feed in paper for the rest. Ruddy head ache.
Dave_dave69

Any comments on quality of photo prints please?Edit - I should have said … Any comments on quality of photo prints please?Edit - I should have said on photo quality paper.



Assuming you mean laser photo paper, then the key is 600x600dpi here - it's not bad at all, but if you want to print photos at A4 size, then you might prefer something with a higher dpi - at 7x5 and 6x4 though, this is a very capable printer.
lovelybeer

Assuming you mean laser photo paper, then the key is 600x600dpi here - … Assuming you mean laser photo paper, then the key is 600x600dpi here - it's not bad at all, but if you want to print photos at A4 size, then you might prefer something with a higher dpi - at 7x5 and 6x4 though, this is a very capable printer.



Many thanks
I have this printer and its great. I got it from e-buyer on a deal and purchased an extended warranty. I have bought refill inks off ebay (3x colour, 2 black package) very reasonable prices with no issues. They are just toner hoppers, no built in rollers like the mono samsung (had trouble with those for print quality).
The only thing that isnt great is the wifi print app.
If this is what you mainly want for iOS, then get one with air print.....much easier.
pepperlic

And how accepting is it of knockoffs? We do need a **** revolution when … And how accepting is it of knockoffs? We do need a **** revolution when it comes to printer ink, the bloody stuff is drmed to hell and most expensive than 20 year old scotch.




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Had this printer about a year for kids homework etc. Can't fault it.
Printing from Android works nicely without too much faff too.
great printer and good price.
these are FAR superior to inked printers,much more cost effective too,if you don't want to print photos on photo papers,these are superb.especially for text,they are excellent.crisp high quality prints that never fade like those rubbish inkjet,also the tonnes last ages unlike inkjet inks.
Good printer, cheap 3rd party toners but sadly no IOS native printing or support for latest OSX
pepperlic

We do need a **** revolution when it comes to printer ink, the bloody … We do need a **** revolution when it comes to printer ink, the bloody stuff is drmed to hell and most expensive than 20 year old scotch.


I should say so.
Right now, my old Samsung B&W laser can be refilled with toner from a bottle.
A lot of the newer printers have chips so you have to buy a new cartridge.

Can this Dell be refilled from a bottle? With no chipping.

I think it's about time the EU made the whole printer cartridge scam illegal. Refillable cartridges should be mandatory and chipping them should be illegal.
We have legislation interfering on filament light bulbs, vacuum cleaner power output, shopping bags etc, so printer cartridges should be next in line for some environmental legislation.

Followed by replacement battery legislation, requiring manufacturers of cordless power tools to offer replacement batteries at a fair cost proportional to the original retail price of the tool. So we do not replace the whole tool because it is the same price as a battery.
Edited by: "jaizan" 27th Oct 2015
I've had Dell 1250c for few years now, similar but older model. Can't fault it, set of £18 ebay toners lasts for a year of my occasional printing.
Good price. I managed to pick up a Kyocera colour laser print/scan/copy/fax for just over £100 (back upto £400 now) from Amazon, but the refills do seem to be more than this Dell. Only needed it for printing too. Would have ordered this instead.
freakazoid789

Good printer, cheap 3rd party toners but sadly no IOS native printing or … Good printer, cheap 3rd party toners but sadly no IOS native printing or support for latest OSX



blog.honekamp.net/blo…er/
Only cost £95 from eBuyer almost two years ago! The spare toner I bought then still hasn't been opened, but I don't print much at home.
It's a bit temperamental when connected via a network cable, but I've had no problems since switching to wi-fi.
The only disappointment for me was that loaded paper sticks out the front of the printer to gather dust. This is not shown in any of the product photos, which is quite misleading.
Works fine with Windows 10 too.
Looks the same as the old 1250c minus the wifi which I am still using, But does this have the problem of coming out of sleep that the 1250c had, And in my case, Still has.
Ive been looking at colour laser printers / all in ones. The version of this with scanner has been superseded by an AED model and i was also toying with the Brother 9020. If anyone has advice id really appreciate it.

Im itching to push the button!
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