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HP Officejet 4655 A4 Wireless All-in-one Inkjet Printer Print, Copy, Scan and Fax - 3 Months FREE Instant Ink was £59.99 now £39.98 delivered next day @ ebuyer ***PLEASE DO NOT OFFER / REQUEST REFERRALS***
HP Officejet 4655 A4 Wireless All-in-one Inkjet Printer Print, Copy, Scan and Fax - 3 Months FREE Instant Ink was £59.99 now £39.98 delivered next day @ ebuyer ***PLEASE DO NOT OFFER / REQUEST REFERRALS***

HP Officejet 4655 A4 Wireless All-in-one Inkjet Printer Print, Copy, Scan and Fax - 3 Months FREE Instant Ink was £59.99 now £39.98 delivered next day @ ebuyer ***PLEASE DO NOT OFFER / REQUEST REFERRALS***

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HP Officejet 4655 A4 Wireless All-in-one Inkjet Printer:

Print, Copy, Scan and Fax
Comes with 3 Month HP Instant Ink Trial
5.5cm touch screen display
Automatic document Feeder and Double Sided Printing

was £59.99 now £39.98 delivered @ ebuyer

Top loading scan feeder makes it much simpler to scan documents quickly.

Additionally you get 3 months of HP's Instant Ink free. I'm an HP Instant Ink customer and have to say that in my opinion it is worth it. When you sign up you can use code FREEINK for a free month
Sign up for the highest 300 free pages/month option initially and after the free period (5 months if you use both codes) either reduce the subscription to 50 pages/month for £1.99/month or cancel altogether at no charge.

Seems like there is also free next day delivery with this item and don't forget Quidco or TopCashback! :-) Most possibly 2% or 1.51% respectively but this might be treated as "Office Equipment" for 5% cashback?

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This is an awesome deal. Thanks for sharing

Thanks for sharing

o u think this from argos is any better other than the price which is £5 cheaper?

I've just bought the HP 4527 for £45 on Argos, with 4 months Instant Ink (+2) argos.co.uk/pro…769
Is it worth the hassle of returning and then getting this one? They seem pretty much the same specs, can't find a difference rather than the feed of the scan...

does this do auto- double sided printing or will it just prompt you to turn the page over and feed it back in manually?

samkay12

does this do auto- double sided printing or will it just prompt you to … does this do auto- double sided printing or will it just prompt you to turn the page over and feed it back in manually?


Scanning or copying several documents at once is easy thanks to the 35-page document feeder, while automatic double-side printing helps you keep paper usage down.

Full duplex.

Their ink supply system is good, but you need to think it through. For instance, get your free however many months ink free and at the same time, decide how many sheets you are likely to print. Because I print rarely, elected to go for the 50 sheets per month at £1.99 per month. Somehow the printer is able to tell HP what you are using, then once the 50 sheets has been hit, they send out new batch. As yet I haven't used 50 since December, so lord knows how this will pan out. Effectively I should have received 6 more by now. Think it might be better to cancel and order ink as and when required, but don't know how much that will be, so, be sure to work out usage.

There's one for £35 at Argos all the same things 3months free trial.

Please can someone explain why I should sign up for the 300 page per month first, I don't print much, so won't use much ink. You only get ink when the ink cartridges when they get low, not monthly, so what am I missing??

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littlesos

Please can someone explain why I should sign up for the 300 page per … Please can someone explain why I should sign up for the 300 page per month first, I don't print much, so won't use much ink. You only get ink when the ink cartridges when they get low, not monthly, so what am I missing??


Because first months are free and if you'd need to print more than 50 pages a month you can. Basically it will be there should you need it, even if it's unlikely. You can possibly print some family photos etc. After the free period you can easily downgrade the plan to 50 pages or cancel altogether. It's up to you.

juanoliveiramora9 h, 25 m ago

I've just bought the HP 4527 for £45 on Argos, with 4 months Instant Ink …I've just bought the HP 4527 for £45 on Argos, with 4 months Instant Ink (+2) http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6558769Is it worth the hassle of returning and then getting this one? They seem pretty much the same specs, can't find a difference rather than the feed of the scan...


There is a noticeable size difference between the 2

alittle19941 h, 50 m ago

There's one for £35 at Argos all the same things 3months free trial.


Doesnt have automatic double sided printing and paper feed is at the top.

Pateo9 h, 52 m ago

o u think this from argos is any better other than the price which is £5 …o u think this from argos is any better other than the price which is £5 cheaper?


This one is definitely more convenient as it has automatic double sided printing and 100 sheet input tray. The argos one requires you to input paper from the top rather than a tray at the bottom.

£59 at Currys but with 5 months ink .

will this be OK to print forms? for my business we print client forms etc.. currently using a B&W laser printer but its coming to its end of life soon.

I've printed forms and photos on my HP instant Ink printer and it worked superbly. Don't see why this wouldn't be any different.

masterz1233 h, 39 m ago

There is a noticeable size difference between the 2

​Isn't it only about 5cm taller?

Ordered, thanks OP. From reviews It seems like a very capable printer for the price (including above-average photo prints), but one of the slower inkjets, with monochrome text quality slightly below par. For printing the odd photograph and plane tickets etc., this will be perfect.

i am going to order 1 of these as my epson is running out of ink & it nearly £50 to refill the thing

I got my today and automatic duplex does not work... #@#@## ..
What is the usage if you have to do manual duplex... trying to update drivers.. looks like issue with Windows 10.
Any ideas/suggestions??

Original Poster

Darjeegangy

I got my today and automatic duplex does not work... #@#@## .. What is … I got my today and automatic duplex does not work... #@#@## .. What is the usage if you have to do manual duplex... trying to update drivers.. looks like issue with Windows 10.Any ideas/suggestions??


If you mean double sided printing you just have to ensure you select this prior to printing in the preferences/options. If you talk about double sided scanning using the top feed then this printer does not have this option.

Chaykin

If you mean double sided printing you just have to ensure you select this … If you mean double sided printing you just have to ensure you select this prior to printing in the preferences/options. If you talk about double sided scanning using the top feed then this printer does not have this option.


I meant printing. I did the above .. but to no avail.. But was able to fix the problem with driver set up, etc.

what about ink drying out?

I subscribed to Instant ink 5 months trial, setup the printer and printed only a calibration page. But I already received a new set of cartridges from HP!! And I haven't even used the printer yet.. LOL. I guess the cartridges cost at least £20+. Anybody got the cartridges already?

So is it any good? Looking for a decent printer at the moment...

Just bought one, thanks. I assume I sign up for the free ink trial when the printer is installed. It occurs to me that if you sign up for the highest ink consumption, then get 20 or so sheets of paper loaded into your printer, then print a full stop on each page, then reload the same sheets of paper numerous times, the printer will register a lot of pages printed and so will start ordering ink for you. I will try it out to see if I can build up a little store.

Is this ridiculously big?

Terrible reviews on us amazon...

amazon.com/HP-…655

put me off a bit.

In the original deal it says "5 months if you use both codes" - but I only see 1 code - free ink.

What is the other ? I assume 3 months free comes with it - freeink gets you another month - how do you get the extra month to make it 5 ?

Dave

whiteswan10 h, 29 m ago

In the original deal it says "5 months if you use both codes" - but I only …In the original deal it says "5 months if you use both codes" - but I only see 1 code - free ink.What is the other ? I assume 3 months free comes with it - freeink gets you another month - how do you get the extra month to make it 5 ?Dave

You need to get a code from an existing HP instant ink subscriber. I guess you can message any existing user in hukd to get the code.
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