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HP D7260 Photo Printer £62.20 @ John Lewis (£65 OFF)
HP D7260 Photo Printer £62.20 @ John Lewis (£65 OFF)

HP D7260 Photo Printer £62.20 @ John Lewis (£65 OFF)

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Nice little printer, uses the 363 ink system which works out good value for money. You can pick up a 363XL Black for £25 these days and it prints 1140 pages, so works out as cheap as a Laserjet in terms of black and white print outs.

Has a dedicated photo tray for 6"x 4" photo printing (borderless), a touchscreen (to view and edit photos, memory card slots and lots more. Great printer for the price.

Available both online and instore - however it isn't in stock on their website for the moment.

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Original Poster

Out of stock online at the moment - will be back in stock soon. Available instore however.
http://www.stinkyinkshop.co.uk/acatalog/719-HP-Photosmart-D7260.jpg

£62.02 at Amazon and in stock with free delivery: amazon.co.uk/Pho…8-1

can this print onto disc? Looks good...

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love2save;4560932

£62.02 at Amazon and in stock with free delivery: … £62.02 at Amazon and in stock with free delivery: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Photosmart-Network-Enabled-Colour-Printer/dp/B0017PEZMG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1236284503&sr=8-1



For the extra 18p I would rather purchase from John Lewis... if anything for their aftersales/aftercare alone.

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markym;4561036

can this print onto disc? Looks good...



Doesn't print directly onto discs unfortunately.

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Seems good, thanks hukd don

hukd don;4561261

For the extra 18p I would rather purchase from John Lewis... if anything … For the extra 18p I would rather purchase from John Lewis... if anything for their aftersales/aftercare alone.


Exactly. John Lewis gives an extra 1year warranty on the printer, which may come in handy to have at a later date.

hukd don;4561261

For the extra 18p I would rather purchase from John Lewis... if anything … For the extra 18p I would rather purchase from John Lewis... if anything for their aftersales/aftercare alone.



I only mentioned Amazon as it was in stock and John Lewis online wasn't....

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love2save;4562589

I only mentioned Amazon as it was in stock and John Lewis online … I only mentioned Amazon as it was in stock and John Lewis online wasn't....



Yeah that's fine, I would still buy from John Lewis imo.

Love2Save - Good find.

HUKD DON - I always find it easier to but stuff if it's actually in stock!

I have brought 100's of items from Amazon, and never had a bad experience.

I may just buy one now!?...

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bobafett;4565058

Love2Save - Good find.HUKD DON -[COLOR="Red"] I always find it easier to … Love2Save - Good find.HUKD DON -[COLOR="Red"] I always find it easier to but stuff if it's actually in stock![/COLOR]I have brought 100's of items from Amazon, and never had a bad experience.I may just buy one now!?...



Then don't be so lazy and go into John Lewis... I find it easier when people learn to read as it is stated in the first post that this printer is available instore as is out of stock online at the moment. I did not say anything negative about Amazon, just that John Lewis aftersales department is a lot easier to deal with than Amazon, something I'm sure over 90% of people would agree with (Amazon being a website and all). So I would say firstly - learn to read, secondly - put your new found skill (reading) into practice, thirdly - don't type stupidity, coming on here 2 attack people trying to help others. Buy from Amazon - good for you, I don't care. But don't talk to me like a derkhead.

hukd don;4565387

Then don't be so lazy and go into John Lewis... I find it easier when … Then don't be so lazy and go into John Lewis... I find it easier when people learn to read as it is stated in the first post that this printer is available instore as is out of stock online at the moment. I did not say anything negative about Amazon, just that John Lewis aftersales department is a lot easier to deal with than Amazon, something I'm sure over 90% of people would agree with (Amazon being a website and all). So I would say firstly - learn to read, secondly - put your new found skill (reading) into practice, thirdly - don't type stupidity, coming on here 2 attack people trying to help others. Buy from Amazon - good for you, I don't care. But don't talk to me like a derkhead.



However there are no branches of John Lewis in Northern Ireland, making it somewhat difficult or expensive to pop in-store (not lazy though!).

Being a web-based forum, where most deals are online, I think most readers actually prefer to order online.

I don't need to learn to read, I did read what you put, however if I (as most) people wanted to order online, it would be fair to say that the Amazon offer would be superior to the non-stock John Lewis offer!

I also didn't type "stupidity" (whatever that means) I just made a lighthearted factual comment. I was not flaming, "attacking" or otherwise belittling you, however I think you have done a good job of that yourself!

I agree, if you live close to a JL store then great, if not Amazon is better! FYI I even voted the deal HOT as it is a good deal for a high street!

Peace and regards
Adam

Original Poster

Fair enough didn't know u were in NI. Wasn't knocking Amazon, for someone such as yourself then I would buy off of there.
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