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HP Colour Laserjet 254NW Wireless Printer with 800/700 pages Starter Toner £141.82 at printerland +3yr warranty & £100 cashback
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HP Colour Laserjet 254NW Wireless Printer with 800/700 pages Starter Toner £141.82 at printerland +3yr warranty & £100 cashback

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Posted 25th Nov 2019

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Absolutely bonkers price for a colour printer! Will post up the T&Cs from HP in comments. Comes with ink for 800 pages black, 700 pages CMY. Don't forget ~3% TCB too, on the full £141.82!
  • Toner Cartridge Costs
    2.9p per mono page
    13.6p per colour page
  • Manual Double Sided Printing
  • Up to 600 x 600 dpi Print
  • USB, Network & Wireless
  • As Fast as 10.7 Seconds First page
  • Up to 21ppm Colour Print
  • Up to 21ppm Mono Print
  • HP PCL 6, HP PCL 5c, HP postscript level 3 emulation, PCLm, PDF, URF
  • 250 Sheet Input Tray
  • 800 MHz Processor
  • 128MB RAM
  • Windows & Mac Compatible
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tommytbone125/11/2019 10:52

Any experience of the cashback with HP? How long does it take once you …Any experience of the cashback with HP? How long does it take once you submit?


Recently purchased a Samsung Multi Function printer, Samsung Printers have been taken over by HP. Printer purchase was made on 14/10/19 and cash back (from HP - £100.00) was received on 25/10/19. Hope this helps.
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bargain

expensive toners I assume?
Edited by: "mgk" 25th Nov 2019
mgk25/11/2019 10:48

bargainexpensive refills I assume?


Innit though - I made sure to order one before I posted it - no way was I missing out!
I've put the pp prices for the toner in OP but that's original toner of course. Sure some people can advise on best prices for compatibles - I'd do some searching but I'm supposed to be preparing for a job interview!
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 25th Nov 2019
Any experience of the cashback with HP? How long does it take once you submit?
tommytbone125/11/2019 10:52

Any experience of the cashback with HP? How long does it take once you …Any experience of the cashback with HP? How long does it take once you submit?


Thanks, for the update on the small print. No experience of HP cashback from me I'm afraid, but again some old seasoned hand will know
duhwud25/11/2019 10:54

Say cashback on selected printers or am I missing something? …Say cashback on selected printers or am I missing something? https://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Offer.aspx?p=c-hp-printers-cashback-promotion


Apart from being on the wrong page you mean? Links in OP and first comment

You're looking at cashback for the DW not NW, the DW is auto duplexing this isn't - but less than half the price after cashback.
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 25th Nov 2019
jazzuk77725/11/2019 10:55

Apart from being on the wrong page you mean? Links in OP and first comment …Apart from being on the wrong page you mean? Links in OP and first comment You're looking at cashback for the DW not NW, the DW is auto duplexing this isn't but less than half the price after cashback.


Link doesn't work for me. Tried 2 browsers
duhwud25/11/2019 10:57

Link doesn't work for me. Tried 2 browsers

Working fine for me, just tried it again. Maybe try clearing your cookies. You can go through topcashback and search for it too.
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 25th Nov 2019
A quick look on eBay suggests complete third party toner sets to be around £70?
excellent video on YouTube from U Refil Toner on how to refil the toners
Amazon is HP Online Partner (www8.hp.com/uk/…tml) and has this printer for £135.78
amazon.co.uk/HP-…h=1

4. The promotion is valid in respect of a Qualifying HP Product purchased either directly from HP or an authorised
reseller or authorised retailer of HP.


So you can have it for £35.78
Edited by: "teepot" 25th Nov 2019
but it is a seriously big lump of kit

392mm (w) x 247.5mm (h) x 435mm (d) - 13.8kg
teepot25/11/2019 11:23

Amazon is HP Online Partner …Amazon is HP Online Partner (https://www8.hp.com/uk/en/contact-hp/e-partners/hpstore-hho2.html) and has this printer for £135.78https://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-T6B59A-LaserJet-M254nw-Printer/dp/B075GH7YJ1?th=14. The promotion is valid in respect of a Qualifying HP Product purchased either directly from HP or an authorisedreseller or authorised retailer of HP.So you can have it for £35.78


Balls I've ordered it now!
simonhzero25/11/2019 11:03

A quick look on eBay suggests complete third party toner sets to be around …A quick look on eBay suggests complete third party toner sets to be around £70?


That doesn't sound too bad?
elitom25/11/2019 11:25

but it is a seriously big lump of kit 392mm (w) x 247.5mm (h) x 435mm …but it is a seriously big lump of kit 392mm (w) x 247.5mm (h) x 435mm (d) - 13.8kg



quite normal size for laser printer
tommytbone125/11/2019 10:52

Any experience of the cashback with HP? How long does it take once you …Any experience of the cashback with HP? How long does it take once you submit?


Recently purchased a Samsung Multi Function printer, Samsung Printers have been taken over by HP. Printer purchase was made on 14/10/19 and cash back (from HP - £100.00) was received on 25/10/19. Hope this helps.
jazzuk77725/11/2019 11:26

Balls I've ordered it now!That doesn't sound too bad?


above mentioned YouTube channel is selling 1200 page yield toner in bottles for home refilling (for thsoe who are confident to try) for for about £9 per colour
Thanks - ordered from Amazon - arriving tomorrow.

The 3 year warranty seems to talk about Commercial Warranty - haven't reviewed the T&Cs yet on that...
Need new toner for my M254DW - much cheaper to buy a new printer in this case...!
teepot25/11/2019 11:23

Amazon is HP Online Partner …Amazon is HP Online Partner (https://www8.hp.com/uk/en/contact-hp/e-partners/hpstore-hho2.html) and has this printer for £135.78https://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-T6B59A-LaserJet-M254nw-Printer/dp/B075GH7YJ1?th=14. The promotion is valid in respect of a Qualifying HP Product purchased either directly from HP or an authorisedreseller or authorised retailer of HP.So you can have it for £35.78


Post it up, or if you want I can amend this and give you credit in the OP, might as well make sure people get the best price...
jazzuk77725/11/2019 11:41

Post it up, or if you want I can amend this and give you credit in the OP, …Post it up, or if you want I can amend this and give you credit in the OP, might as well make sure people get the best price...



It's only 6 left - you can add credit OK
teepot25/11/2019 11:23

Amazon is HP Online Partner …Amazon is HP Online Partner (https://www8.hp.com/uk/en/contact-hp/e-partners/hpstore-hho2.html) and has this printer for £135.78https://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-T6B59A-LaserJet-M254nw-Printer/dp/B075GH7YJ1?th=14. The promotion is valid in respect of a Qualifying HP Product purchased either directly from HP or an authorisedreseller or authorised retailer of HP.So you can have it for £35.78


I'm sure this will sound stupid to those that know more about printers than I do, but on the amazon listening in the comparison table it says printer technology dot matrix. Is this correct, what does it mean and what's the difference between those also listed as laserjet but just say laser on this table?
39108423-wxpbt.jpgMy dad wants a colour laser printer, but this threw me as not sure if there's a difference or just what they call it in description. Thanks in advance for any help.
frizzyhead25/11/2019 11:55

I'm sure this will sound stupid to those that know more about printers …I'm sure this will sound stupid to those that know more about printers than I do, but on the amazon listening in the comparison table it says printer technology dot matrix. Is this correct, what does it mean and what's the difference between those also listed as laserjet but just say laser on this table? [Image] My dad wants a colour laser printer, but this threw me as not sure if there's a difference or just what they call it in description. Thanks in advance for any help.


First answer on amazon Customer questions & answers:

amazon.co.uk/ask…hza
Answer:
Print Quality
A typical laser printer has a resolution of 1,200 dots per inch, or dpi. It achieves this level of detail through the use of microscopic toner powder, high-performance electronics and precision optics. Many laser printers have color capability at the same high resolution. Some dot matrix printers achieve 240 dpi by making repeated passes over the same printed area, though documents produced this way take at least twice as long to print as those printed at normal quality. As a dot matrix printer's output color depends on the ribbon, virtually none offer choices beyond black and red.
Speed
A typical desktop laser printer turns out about four full-color pages per minute; for black-and-white text, this rises to 25 pages per minute. Dot matrix printers are typically rated at between 200 and 600 characters per second, or about 50 pages per minute in draft mode. Some high-output dot matrix printers achieve 1,100 characters per second, or 100 pages per minute, although the print quality is low-resolution text.
Noise
Dot matrix technology prints by striking an inked ribbon with a column of metal pins. At the speeds required for printing, the pins move very rapidly, producing a loud buzz. Sound-deadening equipment covers reduce the noise to tolerable levels for office use. Laser printers are quiet by comparison. The paper-feed mechanism produces light clicking sounds, but no sound deadening is necessary for a laser printer.
Costs
Laser and dot matrix printers have roughly comparable initial purchase prices: as of October 2012, dot matrix models run between $250 to $600, and you can find low-end laser printers for under $100, though most range between $150 to $600. The per-page cost for dot matrix printers is lower, at .15 to .2 cents per page; laser printers cost from 1 to 9 cents per page. Dot matrix printers use inexpensive ribbons and have little other maintenance; however, the toner cartridges used for laser printing figure heavily into operating costs.
frizzyhead25/11/2019 11:55

I'm sure this will sound stupid to those that know more about printers …I'm sure this will sound stupid to those that know more about printers than I do, but on the amazon listening in the comparison table it says printer technology dot matrix. Is this correct, what does it mean and what's the difference between those also listed as laserjet but just say laser on this table? [Image] My dad wants a colour laser printer, but this threw me as not sure if there's a difference or just what they call it in description. Thanks in advance for any help.



I would say you can safely ignore that - the product code etc points to being a laser - same as the third one saying it's an inkjet..
ajpwright25/11/2019 12:04

I would say you can safely ignore that - the product code etc points to …I would say you can safely ignore that - the product code etc points to being a laser - same as the third one saying it's an inkjet..


Thank you. The more I tried to look it up myself the more confused I got! The only thing my dad has ever said is that he wants a colour laser printer that will connect to wifi, beyond that as long as print quality is ok he's not worried of finer details.
teepot25/11/2019 12:03

First answer on amazon Customer questions & answers: …First answer on amazon Customer questions & answers: What is the difference between, dot matrix, thermal and laser ? Answer: Print Quality A typical laser printer has a resolution of 1,200 dots per inch, or dpi. It achieves this level of detail through the use of microscopic toner powder, high-performance electronics and precision optics. Many laser printers have color capability at the same high resolution. Some dot matrix printers achieve 240 dpi by making repeated passes over the same printed area, though documents produced this way take at least twice as long to print as those printed at normal quality. As a dot matrix printer's output color depends on the ribbon, virtually none offer choices beyond black and red. Speed A typical desktop laser printer turns out about four full-color pages per minute; for black-and-white text, this rises to 25 pages per minute. Dot matrix printers are typically rated at between 200 and 600 characters per second, or about 50 pages per minute in draft mode. Some high-output dot matrix printers achieve 1,100 characters per second, or 100 pages per minute, although the print quality is low-resolution text. Noise Dot matrix technology prints by striking an inked ribbon with a column of metal pins. At the speeds required for printing, the pins move very rapidly, producing a loud buzz. Sound-deadening equipment covers reduce the noise to tolerable levels for office use. Laser printers are quiet by comparison. The paper-feed mechanism produces light clicking sounds, but no sound deadening is necessary for a laser printer. Costs Laser and dot matrix printers have roughly comparable initial purchase prices: as of October 2012, dot matrix models run between $250 to $600, and you can find low-end laser printers for under $100, though most range between $150 to $600. The per-page cost for dot matrix printers is lower, at .15 to .2 cents per page; laser printers cost from 1 to 9 cents per page. Dot matrix printers use inexpensive ribbons and have little other maintenance; however, the toner cartridges used for laser printing figure heavily into operating costs.


I read that but it just confused me more and didn't really answer what this printer actually was. Thank you anyway.
teepot25/11/2019 11:23

Amazon is HP Online Partner …Amazon is HP Online Partner (https://www8.hp.com/uk/en/contact-hp/e-partners/hpstore-hho2.html) and has this printer for £135.78https://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-T6B59A-LaserJet-M254nw-Printer/dp/B075GH7YJ1?th=14. The promotion is valid in respect of a Qualifying HP Product purchased either directly from HP or an authorisedreseller or authorised retailer of HP.So you can have it for £35.78


Is this still with 3 year warranty? Couldn't see any mention on amazon page like on pinterland and the cashback table only says £100 and doesn't mention warranty. Thanks
Does this work with instant ink?
Edited by: "tapash" 25th Nov 2019
Thanks OP and teepot.
Ordered on Amazon. £135.78 - £100 HP cashback - VAT £27.15 (Through business. On original invoice value) = £8.63
jazzuk77725/11/2019 10:48

Innit though - I made sure to order one before I posted it - no way was I …Innit though - I made sure to order one before I posted it - no way was I missing out! I've put the pp prices for the toner in OP but that's original toner of course. Sure some people can advise on best prices for compatibles - I'd do some searching but I'm supposed to be preparing for a job interview!


Good luck with the interview.
springbok25/11/2019 12:23

Thanks OP and teepot.Ordered on Amazon. £135.78 - £100 HP cashback - VAT £ …Thanks OP and teepot.Ordered on Amazon. £135.78 - £100 HP cashback - VAT £27.15 (Through business. On original invoice value) = £8.63


I'm vat registered too and can claim VAT back. It seems bonkers not to buy it, but my existing printer is working just fine. Even better if you can choose to put the cashback into your personal account rather than the companies
Amazon went out of stock as I was in the middle of checkout, said there was 2 left when added to basket. I've never used printerland website before, are they any good? Has anyone had any problems with them or claiming cashback when purchased from them?
looks like OOS at Aamazon.

Just seen above comment.
Edited by: "yorkie" 25th Nov 2019
This may be a daft question, but can I "copy" using this printer?
frizzyhead25/11/2019 12:39

Amazon went out of stock as I was in the middle of checkout, said there …Amazon went out of stock as I was in the middle of checkout, said there was 2 left when added to basket. I've never used printerland website before, are they any good? Has anyone had any problems with them or claiming cashback when purchased from them?


We must have been fighting for the last 2 and lost!
Here4G8Deals25/11/2019 13:00

We must have been fighting for the last 2 and lost!


Think @springbok must have got one of those that was about the time I was trying to checkout
Can it be bought from any seller or specific resellers only?
OOS on amazon....shame ive been looking for a printer around £30
I actually want a colour laser MFP but at this price very tempted.
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