HP 8710 Officejet Pro -£115 (£55 after cashback) and £3.83 quidco @ HP
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HP 8710 Officejet Pro -£115 (£55 after cashback) and £3.83 quidco @ HP

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Found 17th FebEdited by:"f2raf"
£55 after cashback and £51.17 after quidco
3 Year Warranty
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Also can use instant ink, no free trial though
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my quidco confirmed £3.83 and i also applied for my cashback
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Great printer. It’s a beast though so if you are tight for space, check the measurements.
A good find; a great price for this excellent printer; but as mentioned by gr1340, it's big!
use code FREEINK for 1 month free,
Go through unidays / student links and it’s only £103 plus £60 cashback and 3 year warranty . Have a 8600 but doesn’t support instant ink so this is ideal upgrade
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gr13402 h, 15 m ago

Great printer. It’s a beast though so if you are tight for space, check t …Great printer. It’s a beast though so if you are tight for space, check the measurements.


was tossing a coin between this and the envy which has a 9 month free ink trial, but the printing wins hands down when you compare the finer techinical detail, like digital print quality, it uses a better technology and it prints 33 sheets pm.
Edited by: "f2raf" 17th Feb
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editions19811 h, 38 m ago

Go through unidays / student links and it’s only £103 plus £60 cashback and …Go through unidays / student links and it’s only £103 plus £60 cashback and 3 year warranty . Have a 8600 but doesn’t support instant ink so this is ideal upgrade


Do you have to be a student?
gr13403 h, 17 m ago

Great printer. It’s a beast though so if you are tight for space, check t …Great printer. It’s a beast though so if you are tight for space, check the measurements.


Any trouble getting this to stay connected to WiFi, mine keep losing connection
Iggyfox253 m ago

Any trouble getting this to stay connected to WiFi, mine keep losing …Any trouble getting this to stay connected to WiFi, mine keep losing connection


Mine is connected via Ethernet to my network so I can’t really help, sorry.
Got one of these in September for £15 when they were doing the trade in deal.
Not taken out of the box yet...damn hotUKdeals!
robs128 m ago

Got one of these in September for £15 when they were doing the trade in …Got one of these in September for £15 when they were doing the trade in deal. Not taken out of the box yet...damn hotUKdeals!


Must be a big box! Could you live in it?
LOL..just about. It is BIG!
If anyone gets this and wants to use Scan to Email with Hotmail/Live/Outlook then (on Virgin Media at least) you'll have to change the DNS in the printer settings to something like Google's 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4

No DNS issue with Gmail though, you just have to change settings in Gmail to allow "Access for less secure apps".
anyone have experiance of this and the 8728 ? which a is a little bit more but has 4 +2+1 months ink deal too...
If you know someone with instant ink they can refer you for 2 months free ink on top of the 1 month FREEINK code if I've remembered correctly. I would offer mine, but I think the mods generally prefer members don't post their own codes via HUKD anymore?
Edited by: "Katanaqui" 25th Feb
Katanaqui12 m ago

If you know someone with instant ink they can refer you for 2 months free …If you know someone with instant ink they can refer you for 2 months free ink on top of the 1 month FREEINK code if I've remembered correctly. I would offer mine, but I think the mods generally prefer members don't post their own codes via HUKD anymore?


Yeah it will get you a ban. But I guess someone might ask you privately now
I'm not sure this is such a good deal considering recent deals on this printer. Its effectively been almost free when you factor in the instant ink offers bundled with it in the last year.

IMO worth holding on unless of course you need it now.
Iggyfox217th Feb

Any trouble getting this to stay connected to WiFi, mine keep losing …Any trouble getting this to stay connected to WiFi, mine keep losing connection



Mine drops connection occasionally. But it is in a corner where other devices also have poor reception (distance/walls/neighbours router being closer) so chalk it down to the antenna/wifi being average.
f2raf17th Feb

was tossing a coin between this and the envy which has a 9 month free ink …was tossing a coin between this and the envy which has a 9 month free ink trial, but the printing wins hands down when you compare the finer techinical detail, like digital print quality, it uses a better technology and it prints 33 sheets pm.



Good luck getting 33 sheets pm

It is pretty snappy for basic coverage/text pages. But as soon as you get an area with some dense coverage/colour it slows right down (I presume to allow the area to dry).

Still a great printer and more then most SOHO users could need. But if sheets pm is really a critical factor consider a laser.
Mentos8 m ago

Yeah it will get you a ban. But I guess someone might ask you privately …Yeah it will get you a ban. But I guess someone might ask you privately now


As far as I know it's frowned upon in private messages too, otherwise my sneaky plan would work
I got it's predecessor 8610 on a similar deal (think it was nett £30 with 3yrs guarantee).
It's a beast but it's a great printer / scanner / copier with wireless etc.
The only drawback was the issue with "software upgrade" which meant that ONLY HP cartridges (no non-OEM) would work.
HP were taken to task on this "upgrade" and after many disgruntled customers got in touch I believe there was an EU ruling that non-OEM cartridges had to be allowed to "function" so HP offered a "downgrade" software.
Alas...Non-OEM do NOT work very well in it (blotchy, lines missing etc)
HP cartridges are EXPENSIVE but the XL version lasts a long time !!!
Good printer, we've had one for about 6 months, got it from a deal on here, was only about £10 more with 3.5 years worth of 50 pages a month printing.
Got it at £15 earlier this year so cold from me
Not sure about this particular model but I have the Officejet Pro 8620 and it is a very good printer. Pay £1.99 instant ink per month for 50 print pages and you can roll these over or print photographs which is what I do and the pictures come out pretty good. The size is a bit of a monster however. I got mine in 2015 from Amazon thanks to HDUK with HP cashback made it just under £30. I use it all the time. Printing still just as good and wifi connection never a problem.
Edited by: "pineapple12" 25th Feb
Got one for £15 on the last trade in deal.

Amazing printer, well worth the full price even id go as far to say. Mine came with 2 months instant ink too.

Very pleased. Hot from me.
Katanaqui3 h, 55 m ago

If you know someone with instant ink they can refer you for 2 months free …If you know someone with instant ink they can refer you for 2 months free ink on top of the 1 month FREEINK code if I've remembered correctly. I would offer mine, but I think the mods generally prefer members don't post their own codes via HUKD anymore?


Just entered FREEINK and it says promotion codes cannot be combined...
redvers762 h, 54 m ago

Just entered FREEINK and it says promotion codes cannot be combined...


I tried and it says "coupon not found".
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just unboxed mine, its not that big! yes its a lot bigger than a home printer but for an office printer its fine. I had a HP Photosmart previously, this is probably slightly broader but more taller. I have a laser printer for black ink printing, I do very little colour printing. I probably dont need this, maybe the envy in currys is better suited with the 9 months free ink. Whats annoying about the Mono laser printers is my old P2015DN prints 7000 sheets from one toner, its only £27 for a good quality compatible from stinkyink, but if you want to buy a modern laser printer, the toner costs £70 and you only get 1600 prints! why not just buy an old laser printer.
HP inkjet trash. They can’t make them like they used to.
Got this for my Dad last month at Currys which has the HP3000 Page version giving 3000 pages free ink. Back then it was £169 plus £100 cash back. Its down to £149 now when you take the 15% off using code HP15 unfortunately the cash back is only £50 now so all in £99 after cashback. Might be useful to anyone who thinks the 3000 pages of ink is worth the extra £49 over this deal. Very decent printer for the price. Touch screen with video instructions make it good for those who struggle with tech.......

Edit.... actually the HP3000 is the 8725.... not the 8710 on this deal
Edited by: "dj2kuk" 26th Feb
Just noticed that Viking are selling this for a few pence extra, but TCB are offering 15% cashback today!! So makes the printer even less than £55 after cashback. I calculate around £40.79.
Great printer. Love mine
Echo the fact it's big.
redvers7625th Feb

Just entered FREEINK and it says promotion codes cannot be combined...


Apologies, it worked for me recently.
Can you use the FREE TRIAL for all the monthly plans? Are you able to downgrade the plan after the trial?
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yiu7 m ago

Can you use the FREE TRIAL for all the monthly plans? Are you able to …Can you use the FREE TRIAL for all the monthly plans? Are you able to downgrade the plan after the trial?


yes and yes to £1.99
yiu28th Feb

Can you use the FREE TRIAL for all the monthly plans? Are you able to …Can you use the FREE TRIAL for all the monthly plans? Are you able to downgrade the plan after the trial?


Make sure you’re on the maximum plan for the free trial, so you have an idea as to how much you’ll use monthly, and can change down to most appropriate tariff before free trial ends
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