HP Officejet Pro 8710 All-in-one  Printer £74.99 but £14.99 after trade in + 2 months free ink @ eBuyer
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HP Officejet Pro 8710 All-in-one Printer £74.99 but £14.99 after trade in + 2 months free ink @ eBuyer

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Edited by:"bowdiddly"Found 1st Sep 2017
HP Store now have it for £75, after trade in £15, but appears to have 3 year warranty

store.hp.com/UKS…RN&



No brainer if you have a printer to trade in
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Original Poster
hen you purchase a new HP printer, you can trade in your old printer - regardless of the manufacturer. One condition: the old printer must be at least 6 months old and fully-functioning.
Original Poster
Key features

Colour Printer - Perfect for Home use
Print, Scan, Copy & Fax
Paper Size - A4
Connectivity - Wireless, AirPrint, Network, USB
6.75cm colour touchscreen | Scan & copy 2 sided documents with the 50-page Automatic Document Feeder | Scan digital files directly to email, network folders, & the cloud

Specifications

Functions - Print, copy, scan, fax
Multitasking supported - Yes
Automatic paper sensor - Yes
Borderless printing - Yes, up to 210 x 297 mm (A4)
Storage device and direct print support - Front-facing USB/Flash drive
Duplex printing - Automatic (standard)
Duty cycle (monthly, A4) - Up to 25,000 pages
Recommended monthly page volume - 250 to 1,500
Print quality black (best) - 1200 x 1200 rendered dpi
Print quality colour (best) - Up to 4800 x 1200 optimised dpi on HP Advance Photo Paper 1200 x 1200 dpi input
Resolution technology - HP Thermal Inkjet
First page out black (A4, ready) - As fast as 9 seconds
First page out colour (A4, ready) - As fast as 10 seconds
Colour copy capability - Yes
Copies, maximum - Up to 99 copies
Memory, standard - 128 MB
Display - 6.73 cm (2.65") Colour Graphic Display touchscreen
Wireless - 802.11b/g/n
Too big to bulky to heavy
Dimensions (W x D x H) 49.95 x 40.48 x 33.91 cm (desktop footprint)
49.95 x 53.01 x 33.91 cm (duplexer built-in, output tray no need to extend)
Maximum dimensions (W x D x H) 499 x 404.8 x 315.5 mm (desktop footprint)
499 x 639.8 x 315.5 mm (with built-in duplexer, output tray extended)
Weight 11.54 kg

Plus ink subscription will be expensive
Original Poster
Instant Ink is not expensive, its very good value
£1.99 a month for 50 pages
£3.49 for 100 pages
£7.99 for 300 pages
Pages printed over your limit are charged at £1 for each 15 pages (or £1 for each 10 with the free deal), or you can increase your subscription level.
Unused pages roll over, but only to the maximum of your monthly limit – so, if you were on the 50 pages a month plan, you could never roll over more than 50 pages in total.
There's a cashback of £20 from HP on this model. Not sure if both trade-in and cashback can be claimed together.
Original Poster
no, its one or the other
Original Poster
credit to Ph0enix for posting this deal on a previous model hotukdeals.com/dea…271 , was looking at this again when came across this deal
Edited by: "bowdiddly" 1st Sep 2017
I have this printer-yes it's bulky and heavy, but I love it! ... instant ink is superb for home you can print a4 photos. With this printer you have 2 months free + you can use referral code for one month. It's very good.
Can you claim cashback and trade in?
Don't even need it but have an old laser Mono worth nothing and feel like this is too good to lose
Trade in details specifics -> **** HUKD mangles this link so here it is below to copy and paste *****
h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/12230/Details/

Key words :- "When you purchase a new HP printer, you can trade in your old printer - regardless of the manufacturer. One condition: the old printer must be at least 6 months old and fully-functioning."
Edited by: "Musicrab" 1st Sep 2017
Musicrab12 m ago

Trade in details specifics -> **** HUKD mangles this link so here it is …Trade in details specifics -> **** HUKD mangles this link so here it is below to copy and paste *****h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/12230/Details/Key words :- "When you purchase a new HP printer, you can trade in your old printer - regardless of the manufacturer. One condition: the old printer must be at least 6 months old and fully-functioning."


Website is in French for me, so I have a Canon Printer that turns on but needs the print head replacing... is that eligible for trade in?
thegamingkinginfo10 m ago

Website is in French for me, so I have a Canon Printer that turns on but …Website is in French for me, so I have a Canon Printer that turns on but needs the print head replacing... is that eligible for trade in?


Needs to be "fully functional" (the trade in link needs to be manually copied and pasted to browser)
Sorry
How do you claim for the trade in? Sorry for being stupid.
Whatever the price, the question is are compatible inks available cheaply.
AFAICT the cheapest set on Ebay is £39.99

ebay.co.uk/itm…827
Edited by: "jasee" 2nd Sep 2017
Original Poster
If you are a high volume user, then 300 pages at £7.99 using HP Instant Ink for 5 months would cost the same as the compatible inks.
The good thing about the Instant Inks is that you can change plan month by month, some months I seldom use the printer so pay £1.99, then have times when I print a lot and switch plans, its very user friendly
sounds like a good deal until you realise that the ink costs £92.00 to replace
Dang I had an old hp printer that I sold on schpock for £10
walsall1239 h, 58 m ago

Can you claim cashback and trade in?


No

'This offer MAY NOT be combined with (or “stacked” with) other HP promotional offers or special pricing agreements with HP which are offered during the same period. '
palmerspepsi1 h, 39 m ago

sounds like a good deal until you realise that the ink costs £92.00 to …sounds like a good deal until you realise that the ink costs £92.00 to replace


Except actually whilst they may cost 90 quid to replace for genuine cartridges the price per page is very cheap as they print ~1500 for colour or ~3000 for black based on the 5% iso standard that all manufacturers use, works out to be under 6p per page assuming all colours used equally at the same rate, when compared to the cheaper printers (to buy) they have a lower yield ink that costs around 20 quid for a tri colour, so if you use all of the cyan then you will chuck the cartridge, even if it is full of yellow and magenta inks.

I have the previous model the 8610 it isn't that big, and the multifunction is really useful, I didn't have to change the ink cartridges for 18 months and when I did I bought compatible cartridges for 20 quid from a local, reputable company.

Compared to the hp 2132 for example which is currently 20 quid everywhere to buy that works out to be over 12p per page based on the same iso levels this is a much more cost effective option.
palmerspepsi1 h, 39 m ago

sounds like a good deal until you realise that the ink costs £92.00 to …sounds like a good deal until you realise that the ink costs £92.00 to replace

If you use instant ink you can pay £24 for 12 months after the trial and print up to 600 pages. £40 for 1200 pages. £96 for 3600 pages. A single set of cartridges at £92 won't get you far if printing full colour a4. It's doesn't matter what you print so I get best use out of instant ink by printing photos. 50 a month for £1.99 up to a4 size. I've had 3 sets of cartridges for my 6970 since June.
Is the 8720 worth the extra £25? Is the offer only with ebuyer? how quickly do they refund the difference
So that two months free ink is actually barely enough ink to print a ream's worth of stuff?
ministrymason31 m ago

Is the 8720 worth the extra £25? Is the offer only with ebuyer? how …Is the 8720 worth the extra £25? Is the offer only with ebuyer? how quickly do they refund the difference

I bought the 8720 last week and have been really impressed. Yes it's bigger than my old one but it's got a big touch screen and looks very modern. Prints b&w quickly and I've also printed a few photos which are good too. The trade in deal is easy to arrange, you just fill in an online form and choose your collection date and they'll send you the postage labels. Can't say whether it's worth the extra over this one but with the trade Ins, these are great deals whichever one you opt for....
Ps the trade in is after the purchase so it doesn't matter if you use ebuyer or another place. I bought mine from hp direct for peace of mind - £5 more.
Edited by: "R0adRat" 2nd Sep 2017
Nerchio126 m ago

So that two months free ink is actually barely enough ink to print a …So that two months free ink is actually barely enough ink to print a ream's worth of stuff?



If you're printing 500 sheets then surely a laser printer is the way to go?
palmerspepsi2 h, 52 m ago

sounds like a good deal until you realise that the ink costs £92.00 to …sounds like a good deal until you realise that the ink costs £92.00 to replace


I suppose HP's business plan is to sell the ink rather than the printer.
How do you trade in ? Can anyone help about that ?
I think I'll stick to my HP that takes 80p ink cartridges.
Yes any information on how to send the old printer please
othen1 h, 9 m ago

I suppose HP's business plan is to sell the ink rather than the printer.


But you have to buy the printer first. This is HPs plan to take over the home printer world. The Instant Ink scheme has been very well thought out and works very well. However, give the scheme a couple of years and the price will inevitably go up.
Edited by: "Musicrab" 2nd Sep 2017
What ink do these take ?? 302?? 301?
Edited by: "HJboss" 2nd Sep 2017
HJboss2 m ago

What ink do these take ?? 302?? 301?


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Is there a minimum subscription on the instant ink?
or can I use it for 2 months and then buy ink/compatibles and not have a subscription
saladisekhar34 m ago

Yes any information on how to send the old printer please


They collect it from you. All arranged when you apply for the trade in. Works very well.
timothyw91 h, 38 m ago

I think I'll stick to my HP that takes 80p ink cartridges.


Which printer you using - sounds good to me
Do you have to subscribe to the instant ink plan or can you just buy your own cartridges and use as and when - for low use printing ?
Is it definitely £14.99 after trade in I only ask because i can't see that figure on the HP site? I just see mention of giving an 'appropriate trade-in value'.
Thanks. Ordered
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