HP Envy 5010 Inkjet Printer (Print, scan, photocopy and fax) + 12 Months Free instant ink = £35 @ AO
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HP Envy 5010 Inkjet Printer (Print, scan, photocopy and fax) + 12 Months Free instant ink = £35 @ AO

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HP Envy 5010 Inkjet Printer for £35 delivered and includes 12 months free instant ink. All in one printer, scanner, photocopier and fax. Also showing as free next day delivery.


HP Envy 5010 Inkjet Printer

  • Inkjet printer - great for colour printing
  • Print, scan, photocopy and fax all in one
  • Send your files to print from your mobile
  • Creates a photo print of your digital memories
  • WiFi Direct – send files wirelessly without a router
  • 12 months free instant ink - details of how to claim your trial of HP Instant Ink will be included in the box

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james.pomme28/05/2019 11:30

Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - b …Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - but it knows if you print more than that and charges £1 per 5 sheets?? (Please read more online before you buy it for the “instant ink” feature! Great printer thou otherwise!!


I use instant ink, no problems. Just keep an eye on usage. If you re using more just upgrade to more pages...bargain for 12 months unlimited printing. Worth buying just for that!
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Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - but it knows if you print more than that and charges £1 per 5 sheets?? (Please read more online before you buy it for the “instant ink” feature! Great printer thou otherwise!!
james.pomme28/05/2019 11:30

Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - b …Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - but it knows if you print more than that and charges £1 per 5 sheets?? (Please read more online before you buy it for the “instant ink” feature! Great printer thou otherwise!!


I use instant ink, no problems. Just keep an eye on usage. If you re using more just upgrade to more pages...bargain for 12 months unlimited printing. Worth buying just for that!
When is that code expiring? Anyone knows?
siliconbits28/05/2019 11:45

When is that code expiring? Anyone knows?


9th June the code expires from looking online

edit: AO have pulled the voucher now
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 28th May
james.pomme28/05/2019 11:30

Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - b …Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - but it knows if you print more than that and charges £1 per 5 sheets?? (Please read more online before you buy it for the “instant ink” feature! Great printer thou otherwise!!


Then you need to upgrade the level you're on. That isn't Instant Inks fault.

With this you can get 14 months free at 700 pages.
I would always suggest look at the price of the clone refills before buying any printer, especially cheap printers... as they milk you on ink prices that cost more than the hardware to rebuy outright.
Very good printers for occasional use. Just incase anyone wondered.

Print time isn't amazingly fast but for occasional use, it doesn't matter at all.

Printing on photo paper comes out perfect too.
Highway7228/05/2019 12:05

I would always suggest look at the price of the clone refills before …I would always suggest look at the price of the clone refills before buying any printer, especially cheap printers... as they milk you on ink prices that cost more than the hardware to rebuy outright.


Definitely. The last time I bought a real cartridge was for an emergency.

Other than that, I get XL cartridges which last 3 times longer than normal genuine ones, and the genuine ones are still more expensive.

So to do some maths, I would be spending money on £30 cartridges, when the clone ones last me longer for £20.
Edited by: "Dillz_" 28th May
james.pomme28/05/2019 11:30

Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - b …Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - but it knows if you print more than that and charges £1 per 5 sheets?? (Please read more online before you buy it for the “instant ink” feature! Great printer thou otherwise!!


Got a mono laser brother printer and got two extra drums and two extra toners on top, totalling 3000-4000 pages for just £80 yesterday and it just arrived.
You just have to see what’s good for you.
james.pomme28/05/2019 11:30

Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - b …Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - but it knows if you print more than that and charges £1 per 5 sheets?? (Please read more online before you buy it for the “instant ink” feature! Great printer thou otherwise!!


It clearly states the costs of the plans. Maybe you should go for the 50 pages for £1.99 !
james.pomme28/05/2019 11:30

Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - b …Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - but it knows if you print more than that and charges £1 per 5 sheets?? (Please read more online before you buy it for the “instant ink” feature! Great printer thou otherwise!!


I decided to go with the 700 (still not enough for my usage) pages per month. That means I print nearly all my invoices for free, well except the printer cost. Over a year, this is extremely good value.
Dillz_28/05/2019 12:13

Definitely. The last time I bought a real cartridge was for an …Definitely. The last time I bought a real cartridge was for an emergency.Other than that, I get XL cartridges which last 3 times longer than normal genuine ones, and the genuine ones are still more expensive.So to do some maths, I would be spending money on £30 cartridges, when the clone ones last me longer for £20.


Link to clones please
Neobrown28/05/2019 14:03

Link to clones please


ebay.co.uk/itm…277?hash=item1a7c6af21d:g:SQgAAOSws-5c44j6

Trusted seller.
Most are around that, even on Amazon.

An XL of these would cost you around £38 if genuine. So even 2 of these Non OEM packs would cost the price of a genuine XL pack.

There is ink already inside though when it's new, but it's around 1/4 filled.
Sam02128/05/2019 12:34

Got a mono laser brother printer and got two extra drums and two extra …Got a mono laser brother printer and got two extra drums and two extra toners on top, totalling 3000-4000 pages for just £80 yesterday and it just arrived. You just have to see what’s good for you.


Any link for your order? Would be nice use your experience
Is it even worth doing the instead ink as its not completely unlimited? If you end up printing too much sheets of paper, will just cost too much in the end.
Dillz_28/05/2019 12:13

Definitely. The last time I bought a real cartridge was for an …Definitely. The last time I bought a real cartridge was for an emergency.Other than that, I get XL cartridges which last 3 times longer than normal genuine ones, and the genuine ones are still more expensive.So to do some maths, I would be spending money on £30 cartridges, when the clone ones last me longer for £20.



I agree, the the cheap printers are only really good for very occasional users, someone like myself that has a kid that needs stuff printed for homework or doing home office, better off with something a bit more robust and cost effective.

I recently picked up the Epson WF-2750 DWF which is excellent for £70, flatbed scanner and doubleside sheet-feed scanner, double-side printing, good dpi and colour, wifi & LAN options, full OCR software, web print remotely, dedicated phone fax, 150 page paper cartridge holder, all the stuff ya need, and the ink sets cost me £14 for 4 full sets of XLs (500 page capacity vs none XL of 150 pages)... can't go wrong. amazon.co.uk/Eps…E5C
Edited by: "Highway72" 28th May
firstthebanker196928/05/2019 12:51

I decided to go with the 700 (still not enough for my usage) pages per …I decided to go with the 700 (still not enough for my usage) pages per month. That means I print nearly all my invoices for free, well except the printer cost. Over a year, this is extremely good value.


how did you manage 700? Mine was 300 free.
Voucher is not working.
F_2_228/05/2019 17:13

how did you manage 700? Mine was 300 free.


I didnt get the option to have the 700 sheet deal until I went on the web site.
F_2_228/05/2019 17:13

how did you manage 700? Mine was 300 free.


Log in after registering. Go to my account and you can upgrade with immediate effect.
khimbar128/05/2019 19:08

Log in after registering. Go to my account and you can upgrade with …Log in after registering. Go to my account and you can upgrade with immediate effect.


Ah no, I reckon I have missed out on it then I did mines a couple weeks ago. Thanks anyways.
What is the website please?
Edited by: "F_2_2" 28th May
Highway7228/05/2019 15:07

I agree, the the cheap printers are only really good for very occasional …I agree, the the cheap printers are only really good for very occasional users, someone like myself that has a kid that needs stuff printed for homework or doing home office, better off with something a bit more robust and cost effective.I recently picked up the Epson WF-2750 DWF which is excellent for £70, flatbed scanner and doubleside sheet-feed scanner, double-side printing, good dpi and colour, wifi & LAN options, full OCR software, web print remotely, dedicated phone fax, 150 page paper cartridge holder, all the stuff ya need, and the ink sets cost me £14 for 4 full sets of XLs (500 page capacity vs none XL of 150 pages)... can't go wrong. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Epson-WorkForce-WF-2750DWF-Print-Printer/dp/B01EV03E5C


Excuse my stupidity but what do you mean £14 for a full set of XLs?
Sam02128/05/2019 12:34

Got a mono laser brother printer and got two extra drums and two extra …Got a mono laser brother printer and got two extra drums and two extra toners on top, totalling 3000-4000 pages for just £80 yesterday and it just arrived. You just have to see what’s good for you.


Where was this from please? Wouldn't mind it myself.
F_2_228/05/2019 22:14

Ah no, I reckon I have missed out on it then I did mines a couple …Ah no, I reckon I have missed out on it then I did mines a couple weeks ago. Thanks anyways.What is the website please?


The website is just where you log in to check your account details.

You can still change it. Just log in to instant ink, then go to my account, my plan and change it. It will take immediate effect and you can cancel/downgrade when the free months are up. Makes no difference how long ago you registered, I'm pretty sure about that.
leet28/05/2019 23:30

Excuse my stupidity but what do you mean £14 for a full set of XLs?


I think that's short for a set of black and colour extra large cartridges!
leet28/05/2019 23:34

Where was this from please? Wouldn't mind it myself.


Amazon, brother mono laser printer HL-1212, the drum and toner I purchased were from third party sellers. I’ve received my order and I’ve been printing a ton. It accepts 100 gsm papers and it’s just amazing.
Just ordered while the deal is still on. Have an Epsom and the print quality is terrible. Back to HP for me.
The code print 10 does not work
james.pomme28/05/2019 11:30

Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - b …Instant ink is awful? I’ve got this already - 15 pages a month for free - but it knows if you print more than that and charges £1 per 5 sheets?? (Please read more online before you buy it for the “instant ink” feature! Great printer thou otherwise!!


I hope you know you don't have to sign up to Instant Ink? You can just use the printer normally without registering for the service...
MEDICGUY01/06/2019 08:14

I hope you know you don't have to sign up to Instant Ink? You can just use …I hope you know you don't have to sign up to Instant Ink? You can just use the printer normally without registering for the service...


Indeed you dont, but for the 12 months why not. You can also see in your account the actual page count, so if the package you are on looks like it isn't enough, move up a level. Unless of course your are already on the 700 page a month. I do print more than this most months, but when I get to 700, I use my usual printer. And I will do that for the rest of the 12 months. Then cancel my subs and if the deal is still on next year buy another, and sell this one on Ebay. Win win, I guess.
Edited by: "firstthebanker1969" 1st Jun
firstthebanker196901/06/2019 08:57

Indeed you dont, but for the 12 months why not. You can also see in your …Indeed you dont, but for the 12 months why not. You can also see in your account the actual page count, so if the package you are on looks like it isn't enough, move up a level. Unless of course your are already on the 700 page a month. I do print more than this most months, but when I get to 700, I use my usual printer. And I will do that for the rest of the 12 months. Then cancel my subs and if the deal is still on next year buy another, and sell this one on Ebay. Win win, I guess.


Ah don't get me wrong, I'm going to sign up to it as soon as my printer arrives; I was merely responding to the comment saying it was an awful service!
I'll be quite happy with 15 pages as month as I'm only planning to print photos once in a while
Bought an Envy 6230 from Argos yesterday (May 31st) and I'm a bit confused about the expiry date of the 12 month free ink offer. The Argos and HP websites give the end date as May 31st, Amazon, AO and Currys say June 7th - the difference presumably being that the last three are including the 7 days allowed for registering?

To add to the confusion HP's T&Cs say you have 7 days from setup, but say nothing about any limit on how long you can wait before setup. Some Advisors on the HP community forum say you have 7 days from setup, others that you have 7 days from purchase. Anyone know how it works in practice please?
kizzi01/06/2019 08:10

The code print 10 does not work


You dont need it, the price has been discounted.
Chanchi3228/05/2019 11:55

9th June the code expires from looking onlineedit: AO have pulled the …9th June the code expires from looking onlineedit: AO have pulled the voucher now


So if I purchase this printer now, will there be enough time to claim this free 12 months?
Thanks
urinthematrix01/06/2019 20:30

So if I purchase this printer now, will there be enough time to claim this …So if I purchase this printer now, will there be enough time to claim this free 12 months?Thanks



@urinthematrix

Based on the landing page, AO states the 12 month instant ink promo finishes on 7th June (ive checked on Amazon too and also states the same date in the offer terms), so as long as the printer is delivered before then and setup instant ink trial then should be fine as far as am aware. thanks

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urinthematrix01/06/2019 20:30

So if I purchase this printer now, will there be enough time to claim this …So if I purchase this printer now, will there be enough time to claim this free 12 months?Thanks


37771906-sppvo.jpgI would say yes!
I missed the original discounted AO offer by a few hours but noticed that Currys were doing the 5020 for £38 so I nipped out and bought it (I should add here that I've no idea what the difference is between the 5020 and 5010). Anyway, I've signed up for the free ink - 700 pages a month for 12 months. I also added a couple of codes contained in the Top Review for the 5010 on Amazon to get an extra 2 months on top of that. We'll never print 700 pages a month so hopefully we'll have nothing to pay between now and July 2020. My first batch of cartridges is already on its way - the starter cartridges were good for about 10 photo prints and are nearly out. For any volume B+W printing we also have a Dell 2330dn laser which is fantastic.

Edit - Amazon link for the free ink offer: m.media-amazon.com/ima…pdf
Edited by: "GearJammer" 2nd Jun
GearJammer02/06/2019 01:20

Anyway, I've signed up for the free ink - 700 pages a month for 12 months.


Did you sign up in May or in June? I'm a bit concerned as I bought mine from Argos and both the Argos and HP websites give May 31st as the end date, though I'm guessing that those sellers saying June 7th are adding in the 7 days for registration. I don't want to just suck it and see in case I don't get the twelve months but then have a printer that's not in a condition to retyrn to Argos.
how do you check if have 12 months i bought mine from currys and said 12 month free trial when i enroll jsut says 15 pages or somthing.
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