HP Officejet Pro 8710 All-in-one Wireless Printer £ 79.98 (£19.98 after cashback) Ebuyer **Pls do not offer / request HP referral codes**
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HP Officejet Pro 8710 All-in-one Wireless Printer £ 79.98 (£19.98 after cashback) Ebuyer **Pls do not offer / request HP referral codes**

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Found 7th Mar
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Good for use and never buy ink kind of printer as ink will be expensive than printer itself , basically HP trying to sell printer cheap so they actually sell ink, buy but don't fall in ink buying trap
Edited by: "onlinejomaibwork" 7th Mar
Have this from when it was £15 a while back. Worth the full price, let alone £19.98!

Grab it without hesitation. This is an awesome unit, but large footprint to keep in mind
Any instant ink offers? Would be worth it if there was like recent deals.
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onlinejomaibwork1 h, 38 m ago

Good for use and never buy ink kind of printer as ink will be expensive …Good for use and never buy ink kind of printer as ink will be expensive than printer itself , basically HP trying to sell printer cheap so they actually sell ink, buy but don't fall in ink buying trap


Even the non OEM refills are a fortune
Graham197917 m ago

Even the non OEM refills are a fortune


That's if HP don't block them, bought non oem over a year ago stopped working after 2 months. Got it refunded though good customer service
How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have very little ink in the printer, almost mandatory to get at least 1 refill with the printer
manowarbruno1 m ago

How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have …How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have very little ink in the printer, almost mandatory to get at least 1 refill with the printer


Replying myself here... Around £30 for black ink, and 60 for a set of colours, that's a lot of money
Drooler2 h, 18 m ago

Have this from when it was £15 a while back. Worth the full price, let …Have this from when it was £15 a while back. Worth the full price, let alone £19.98!Grab it without hesitation. This is an awesome unit, but large footprint to keep in mind



Yes, but big paper holder!
manowarbruno11 m ago

How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have …How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have very little ink in the printer, almost mandatory to get at least 1 refill with the printer



This looks quite cheap non oem of course and XL versions (should contain more ink)

£36.99 for the set

ebay.co.uk/itm…636?

Note that these printers have ink reservoirs which you normally replace. The jets can be replaced seperately but it's expensive.
jasee35 m ago

Yes, but big paper holder!


Each to their own, but I find this a plus holding lots of paper.
And I use instant ink for mine. You get genuine cartridges of course and handy not having to order them. Even the 7.99pm one isn't a bad deal if you're a heavy user.......
Drooler2 m ago

Each to their own, but I find this a plus holding lots of paper. And I use …Each to their own, but I find this a plus holding lots of paper. And I use instant ink for mine. You get genuine cartridges of course and handy not having to order them. Even the 7.99pm one isn't a bad deal if you're a heavy user.......



It's a plus to me that its a big paper holder you misunderstood 'it's big but...'
jasee2 m ago

It's a plus to me that its a big paper holder you misunderstood 'it's …It's a plus to me that its a big paper holder you misunderstood 'it's big but...'


Got ya! I need to learn to read before replying.
Seems to have cashback on the ink for this model as well.

£45 for the "HP C2P43AE 950XL/951XL Original Ink Cartridges, Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow, Pack of 4" currently selling at £82 on amazon which makes it £37.

h41201.www4.hp.com/WMC…ls/
Got one of these at work. Came with 3month trial of their ink programme. Signed up and now the printer is telling me the cyan is out an would I like to print black only?
Great device for the money, so heat from me, but support system is lacking.
ferdy1473 h, 5 m ago

Any instant ink offers? Would be worth it if there was like recent deals.


You can get 3 months free instant ink with thus printer as well
Bargain if you don't intend to use the printer. But it will cost a fortune if you want it to print anything.

It is cheaper to buy a brand new printer plus ink than to replace the cartridges each time. What is the point on individuals recycling waste when manufacturers are so irresponsible.
Thanks
fiqqer31 m ago

Bargain if you don't intend to use the printer. But it will cost a …Bargain if you don't intend to use the printer. But it will cost a fortune if you want it to print anything.It is cheaper to buy a brand new printer plus ink than to replace the cartridges each time. What is the point on individuals recycling waste when manufacturers are so irresponsible.


£60 odd pounds to print around 1500 pages isn't too bad in my opinion
Not sure I need this, would be the fourth one of these printers I've bought but could do with a new ink offer.

Should probably get rid of the old printers. They're crazy big, although this model is not as big as the 8725.
Did it last time, very good deal. Printer is very good!
onlinejomaibwork4 h, 50 m ago

Good for use and never buy ink kind of printer as ink will be expensive …Good for use and never buy ink kind of printer as ink will be expensive than printer itself , basically HP trying to sell printer cheap so they actually sell ink, buy but don't fall in ink buying trap


I only spend about £24 a year with them on ink. I've had two ink replacements so it's saved me money!
ij1011 h, 57 m ago

Seems to have cashback on the ink for this model as well.£45 for the "HP …Seems to have cashback on the ink for this model as well.£45 for the "HP C2P43AE 950XL/951XL Original Ink Cartridges, Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow, Pack of 4" currently selling at £82 on amazon which makes it £37.https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/13415/Details/


You need to buy a single black 950XL as well

1x C2P43AE ( HP 950XL Black/951XL Cyan/Magenta/Yellow 4-pack Original Ink Cartridges ) + 1x CN045AE ( HP 950XL Black Original Ink Cartridge )
Went over to a mono Laser printer a couple of years ago and never looked back and can still get replacement toners for £8.00.
I gave up buying inkjet printers a few years ago. I now have a Dell colour laserjet about 7 years old still working great and an HP LaserJet Pro M127fw AIO bought for £97 ex-demo (but new) on eBay last year, which is superb.
With inkjets I wasted more ink on head cleaning than printing, colours would miss a line or not print at all; total nightmare. Never have that problem with lasers and the replacement OEM inks are quite reasonable. If you use it regularly inkjets are ok, but for my occasional use they were always clogged, dried or something.
Can I buy this printer and enrol into free ink trial which came with HP Envy? Then return HP Envy?
I think under £20 its worth it as i sign up for instant ink which comes with free 9 Months and got extra 4 months free with codes total 13 months free, same if you get 3 months plus extra 4 total 7 months free its win win.
fiqqer7th Mar

Bargain if you don't intend to use the printer. But it will cost a …Bargain if you don't intend to use the printer. But it will cost a fortune if you want it to print anything.It is cheaper to buy a brand new printer plus ink than to replace the cartridges each time. What is the point on individuals recycling waste when manufacturers are so irresponsible.


How does the instant ink subscription compare with buying cartridges? Surely instant ink is the same price for all inkjet printers. £8 for 300 pages per month doesn’t seem too bad when laser jet compatible toners tend to be around £25 - £30 per 1,000 pages from what I have seen. I don’t see why everyone moans about the cost of ink cartridges when you can just have an instant ink subscription.
Same price on amazon.
ij1014 h, 21 m ago

Seems to have cashback on the ink for this model as well.£45 for the "HP …Seems to have cashback on the ink for this model as well.£45 for the "HP C2P43AE 950XL/951XL Original Ink Cartridges, Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow, Pack of 4" currently selling at £82 on amazon which makes it £37.https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/13415/Details/


This printer does NOT take the 951XL ink according to specs. It takes the 953XL and 953 range, and there is no cashback on either of those as far as i can see. So you have to look for other places to get cheaper ink.

Ebuyer itself has the 953XL black for £31.50 (approx 2000 pages) which is a little over 1.5p/page if you get the number of pages out of it. If you get less pages, work on say 2p/page for black and white.

With laser printers you can get it down to below 1p/page with compatible toners on older laser printers, but they may have different features.
mustangt57 m ago

Same price on amazon.


Will HP still give the £60 cashback for Amazon too? Doesn’t say it anywhere on the amazon page
Muffy1 h, 47 m ago

I gave up buying inkjet printers a few years ago. I now have a Dell colour …I gave up buying inkjet printers a few years ago. I now have a Dell colour laserjet about 7 years old still working great and an HP LaserJet Pro M127fw AIO bought for £97 ex-demo (but new) on eBay last year, which is superb.With inkjets I wasted more ink on head cleaning than printing, colours would miss a line or not print at all; total nightmare. Never have that problem with lasers and the replacement OEM inks are quite reasonable. If you use it regularly inkjets are ok, but for my occasional use they were always clogged, dried or something.


Ditto. My thoughts exactly
Redfist3 h, 21 m ago

How does the instant ink subscription compare with buying cartridges? …How does the instant ink subscription compare with buying cartridges? Surely instant ink is the same price for all inkjet printers. £8 for 300 pages per month doesn’t seem too bad when laser jet compatible toners tend to be around £25 - £30 per 1,000 pages from what I have seen. I don’t see why everyone moans about the cost of ink cartridges when you can just have an instant ink subscription.


Instant ink is pretty expensive however you look at it. Who prints pages on a regular basis each month? I print things out once in a blue moon, however when I do print it could be as many as 400 in one go, over a day or two.

With instant ink £8 x 12 = £96 and if you go over the allocation it is 4p per page irrespective of whether it is B & W or colour.

I have £47 of compatible cartridges which I have rarely use in over a year and have printed around 800 pages in that time, with only one set of my 4 sets of cartridges used. I want to print when I want to print and not have to worry about whether I will or wont go over my monthly allowance. I dont want to pay for not using my printer.

Also with the allowance - printing the maximum over the month will still cost 2.67 p per page which is expensive for black and white although cheap for colour. And that is if you use the full allowance. It will cost significantly more the less you print out.

I'm quite certain HP have detailed information to show that people are paying well over the odds for this susbscription model for their ink.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 7th Mar
cecanor1 h, 54 m ago

Can I buy this printer and enrol into free ink trial which came with HP …Can I buy this printer and enrol into free ink trial which came with HP Envy? Then return HP Envy?


No it is tied to the printer
Thanks OP............

There will be companies that will eventually do copies of the original cartridges.
For this money use it then bin it if the carts are not cheap enough.
But for this money its a no brainer, yes they are trying to get you onto a subscription to buy their ink,,,
This is where they make the money,,, one day it will be like sign up for free printer and buy our ink......
Almost like a mobile contract lol ,,,,,,
manowarbruno6 h, 57 m ago

How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have …How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have very little ink in the printer, almost mandatory to get at least 1 refill with the printer



manowarbruno6 h, 57 m ago

How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have …How expensive is the ink? I bought printers in the past that only have very little ink in the printer, almost mandatory to get at least 1 refill with the printer


  • HP 953 Setup Black OfficeJet Ink Cartridge (745 pages)
  • HP 953 Setup Cyan OfficeJet Ink Cartridge, HP 953 Setup Magenta OfficeJet Ink Cartridge, HP 953 Setup Yellow OfficeJet Ink Cartridge: composite yield (400 pages)


It helps to read now and again instead of speculating

Don’t bother, inks expensive!
fiqqer1 h, 14 m ago

Instant ink is pretty expensive however you look at it. Who prints pages …Instant ink is pretty expensive however you look at it. Who prints pages on a regular basis each month? I print things out once in a blue moon, however when I do print it could be as many as 400 in one go, over a day or two. With instant ink £8 x 12 = £96 and if you go over the allocation it is £4 per page irrespective of whether it is B & W or colour.I have £47 of compatible cartridges which I have rarely use in over a year and have printed around 800 pages in that time, with only one set of my 4 sets of cartridges used. I want to print when I want to print and not have to worry about whether I will or wont go over my monthly allowance. I dont want to pay for not using my printer.Also with the allowance - printing the maximum over the month will still cost 2.67 p per page which is expensive for black and white although cheap for colour. And that is if you use the full allowance. It will cost significantly more the less you print out.I'm quite certain HP have detailed information to show that people are paying well over the odds for this susbscription model for their ink.


Thanks for clarifying. I suppose it’s only better economy if you consistently print similar quantities each month, with the convenience of new ink cartridges being delivered to your door. I probably don’t print on a regular enough basis to justify the subscription cost either.
Redfist49 m ago

Thanks for clarifying. I suppose it’s only better economy if you c …Thanks for clarifying. I suppose it’s only better economy if you consistently print similar quantities each month, with the convenience of new ink cartridges being delivered to your door. I probably don’t print on a regular enough basis to justify the subscription cost either.


Here's another comparison

Instant ink
The cheapest cost/page for the instant ink is at the 300 pages/month for £7.99/month or 2.67p/page.
At 50 pages/month, you pay £1.99/month, or 4.0p/page.

Positives - These costs are for colour as well as black and white prints. Unused allowance in a month carries forward for upto 1 month.
Negatives- costs are still high, and if you go over your allowance that month, you pay extra, but at about the same rate

Other points - you can change or cancel your plan anytime.


Buy ink yourself
If you buy say just the black 953XL ink, it gives about 2000 pages for £31.50, or 1.6p/page for black and white pages.
Colour 953XL inks are roughly £24 for 1600 pages, or 1.5p/page -- but you need to buy 3 cartridges, and it depends on how much coverage. Since colour pages are likely more coverage and use more innk, it may come out at say 4.5p/page assuming you need equal amounts of each colour for your colour prints. But it could be much more if you have high coverage, such a a photo (estimates are made on 5% coverage, which is fine for printed pages, but not photo or other prints).

Generally I go with Laser is better than Inkjet, and buying the ink is better than any subscription.
BUT - if you have a pretty good idea of how many prints you might make, and it is at the higher rate (300 or so prints), and it is MOSTLY colour prints, you may well come out better with the subscription.

Otherwise if you only print 50 pages/month or less you are better off buying in my opinion. Eg, your starter ink itself will last 14 months for black and white, for example. So if you print mostly black and white, are a low user, you are actually far worse off with the subscription. Just keep an eye out for ink on sale or with cashback and stock up when you get the chance and you don't have to worry about going over your allowance.
Or alterntively just buy another brand of printer which costs a little bit more but has readily available cheap compatible cartridges.

ie Canon and Borther produce good quality reliable printers where compatible inks are dirt cheap, and they wont try to cripple your printer by rejecting compatible cartridges.
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