DELL  MONO LASER Printer £35.94 INC Delivery @ CPC.co.uk
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DELL MONO LASER Printer £35.94 INC Delivery @ CPC.co.uk

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Found 29th Sep 2014
I'm not sure about you guys but I'm getting fed up of buying ink cartridges only for them to dry up.

Here is a cheap alternative if you only really print in black and white...yeah we print in white.

Product Information

PRINTER, MONO LASER B1160, DELL
Laser Printer Type: Mono
Plug Type: UK
Print Speed: 20ppm
Printer Interface: USB 2.0
Resolution: 600x600dpi

Mono Laser Printer
Reliable and easy to use mono laser printer, ideal for small offices and workgroups

20ppm Print speed; First page out within 9s
Up to 1200dpi image quality
150 Sheet standard A4 input tray
10,000 Pages maximum monthly duty cycle
Supports Win XP/Vista/7/8, Linux and Mac OS 10.4-7
Dimensions (HxWxD): 178x331x215mm

Contents: Printer, mains lead, starter toner cartridge, software and user guide

Although you can pay a few quid extra and get the network wired or wireless, however I thought for a simple printer this is the one to get.

39 Comments

perfectly suitable for anybody using it for schoolwork or anybody, good find!

Good price. Remember that the starter cartridge that it comes with isn't a full one, so you'll need to pick up another one pretty soon if you print regularly.

Got this, fab printer, easy to use, not a problem, much better than inkjet and starter cartridge is 700pages. And as it's a rebranded samsung there are plenty of non-branded cartridges that are cheaper available.

How does this compare with the recent Argos one for £40? hotukdeals.com/dea…573

On first impressions it looks like the print resolution is better (1200dpi vs 600dpi) but generic refills are more expensive at around £20.
Edited by: "dwl99" 30th Sep 2014

dwl99

How does this compare with the recent Argos one for £40? … How does this compare with the recent Argos one for £40? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canon-sensys-lbp6020-personal-laser-printer-39-99-argos-cheap-replacement-cartridges-2009573#post22925814On first impressions it looks like the print resolution is better (1200dpi vs 600dpi) but generic refills are more expensive at around £20.



The resolution on both is the same. You do get 2 extra pages per minute with this Dell.

Got 3 sets of headphones and free postage thanks Makkand.

Value

Replacement toners available on ebay for under £10, which makes it cheap to run.

Do they take PayPal?

Not sure how its any good for an office as it has no network ports, USB only

Cheap as chips

DavieJones

Replacement toners available on ebay for under £10, which makes it cheap … Replacement toners available on ebay for under £10, which makes it cheap to run.


Where can you get a toner for £10? cheapest I can see is about £17
thanks

excuse the poor knowledge but does toner dry up like ink does? I print sporadically but large kind so a printer will sit unused for possibly months before doing a 250 page print job. Would a toner printer work for this sort of print cycle or will it degrade if I don't use it?

redduck

excuse the poor knowledge but does toner dry up like ink does? I print … excuse the poor knowledge but does toner dry up like ink does? I print sporadically but large kind so a printer will sit unused for possibly months before doing a 250 page print job. Would a toner printer work for this sort of print cycle or will it degrade if I don't use it?



Laser printers like this are ideal for you. The toners in laser printers don't dry up like ink cartridges do, so no worries there!

Can you buy this with PayPal and isn't the Canon just 600x600 and this Dell will do 1200dpi ?

I'd go for the Canon printer because it's cheaper to run. The Canon replacement toner comes as a complete cartridge. Dell needs a chip replacement as well as toner, which makes it more than double the price to run. Resolution is the same for both printers. You can do software upscaling to 1200dpi with both.

dwl99

How does this compare with the recent Argos one for £40? … How does this compare with the recent Argos one for £40? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canon-sensys-lbp6020-personal-laser-printer-39-99-argos-cheap-replacement-cartridges-2009573#post22925814On first impressions it looks like the print resolution is better (1200dpi vs 600dpi) but generic refills are more expensive at around £20.


Edited by: "pet2000" 30th Sep 2014

lm92

Laser printers like this are ideal for you. The toners in laser printers … Laser printers like this are ideal for you. The toners in laser printers don't dry up like ink cartridges do, so no worries there!



Expanding on this:

Toner = Dust like
Ink = Ink like?

lm92

Laser printers like this are ideal for you. The toners in laser printers … Laser printers like this are ideal for you. The toners in laser printers don't dry up like ink cartridges do, so no worries there!



Thanking you kindly for your explanation. I guess I'll dive in and buy one!

Yeah these are great for occasional printers.... I got a £50 samsung laser and the toner lasted me about 3 year as I print so little, my previous inkjets (every single one) always got clogged heads and used up ink despite very little usage.

Laser is the way especially if you can get cheap replacement toner for £15 a pop.

lm92

Laser printers like this are ideal for you. The toners in laser printers … Laser printers like this are ideal for you. The toners in laser printers don't dry up like ink cartridges do, so no worries there!

They don't dry up but I had to throw some toner units away after they sat in a printer for some time (years). I think the toner went clumpy as it putting way too much on the paper. As a single replacement was £70 I spent a bit more and got a new printer Not had the same problem with this one.

So this is the toner correct?

Would this be a suitable replacement, and what is this chip thing?.

Mermoo

Good price. Remember that the starter cartridge that it comes with isn't … Good price. Remember that the starter cartridge that it comes with isn't a full one, so you'll need to pick up another one pretty soon if you print regularly.



i got a mono laser once that said toner needs replacing, after heavy usage 9 months later i had to change it, even the starter cartridges can last ages.

brilliant deal.. shame i am broke after buying a new phone

cartridgesave.co.uk/ is a pretty decent site to buy cheap high quality ink with free delivery that arrives in 1-2 business days. My HP Photosmart is just a pain to run by wasting ink too quickly. Hate it to hell. Gonna go with this, thanks OP
Edited by: "MrPieUK" 30th Sep 2014

jon999

Where can you get a toner for £10? cheapest I can see is about £17thanks



Good question. Looks like I got carried away and ended up finding a toner for the 1100 and not 1160.

If you have a 1100, toners are about £9 on ebay

Sorry bud

I've found that Canon inkjet printer cartridges take FOREVER to dry up. As opposed to Epson, which last a couple of months if you're lucky.

Is this the best sub £40 laser printer?

playaz

Is this the best sub £40 laser printer?



I'd like to know this too. The argos deal is £40 and apparently has replacement toner for £6, whereas the cheapest toner for this printer is £17- so what makes this the hotter deal?

hotukdeals.com/dea…573

Original Poster

shadders139

I'd like to know this too. The argos deal is £40 and apparently has … I'd like to know this too. The argos deal is £40 and apparently has replacement toner for £6, whereas the cheapest toner for this printer is £17- so what makes this the hotter deal? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canon-sensys-lbp6020-personal-laser-printer-39-99-argos-cheap-replacement-cartridges-2009573#post22925814



I believe there are replacement fuser units for the Cannon, whereby the Dell's are "Easy–to–use and maintain, they come with a lifetime fuser unit, so the only part to install is the single toner cartridge."

Makkand

I believe there are replacement fuser units for the Cannon, whereby the … I believe there are replacement fuser units for the Cannon, whereby the Dell's are "Easy–to–use and maintain, they come with a lifetime fuser unit, so the only part to install is the single toner cartridge."



thanks for the reply. I'm afraid I don't know what a fuser unit is
But even though the cannon will need 'fuser unit' replacements- at £6 for replacement cartridge, wouldn't it still be cheaper to run than the dell? (unless fuser units are quite expensive and need to be replaced frequently?)

Original Poster

shadders139

thanks for the reply. I'm afraid I don't know what a fuser unit is But … thanks for the reply. I'm afraid I don't know what a fuser unit is But even though the cannon will need 'fuser unit' replacements- at £6 for replacement cartridge, wouldn't it still be cheaper to run than the dell? (unless fuser units are quite expensive and need to be replaced frequently?)



The fuser unit is involved in bonding the ink to the paper, it's rarely needed to be changed, but usually quite expensive when are replacement is required.

However, if I was being fair, I can't find the cost of a replacement Samsung fuser, and if the fuser is more than £40, you'll know what to do.



Edited by: "Makkand" 30th Sep 2014

Makkand

The fuser unit is involved in bonding the ink to the paper, it's rarely … The fuser unit is involved in bonding the ink to the paper, it's rarely needed to be changed, but usually quite expensive when are replacement is required.Howeve, if I was being fair, I can't find the cost of a replacement Samsung fuser, and if the fuser is more than £40, you'll know what to do.



thanks for the info, having googled a fuser unit I can indeed see that they are expensive, and being able to avoid the hassle of replacing them would be the better option. I tried to google this dell to double check that it doesn't need a replacement fuser unit and most of the links refer to the Dell B1160W, which is the wireless version of this. But I'm guessing that the only difference between the Dell B1160 and the Dell B1160W must be the wireless capability?
Edited by: "shadders139" 30th Sep 2014

How much for the white toner - can only find price for black?

redduck

excuse the poor knowledge but does toner dry up like ink does? I print … excuse the poor knowledge but does toner dry up like ink does? I print sporadically but large kind so a printer will sit unused for possibly months before doing a 250 page print job. Would a toner printer work for this sort of print cycle or will it degrade if I don't use it?



Exactly what I was thinking!

ordered, thanks.

For most the warranty will be no good once you start putting in cheaper replacement cartridges, I can not see dell being happy if you sent this for repair with some cheap manufactured cartridges installed, dell will blame the cheaper carts for the failure, it will also be pointless thinking should it need repair you can go and buy some original dell carts as they cost more than the printer new. Also it is no good thinking you can just install the original empty carts as dell will say no Wonder it's not printing as you need new carts.

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I bought the canon, and they don't require any fused or drum unit, where as I think this model does when looking at spec. The canon lasers use an "all in one cart" so no cost apart from toner. Had it for about a month now very pleased.
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