HP Officejet Pro X451dw Printer £131.98 @ leoofficesupplies
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HP Officejet Pro X451dw Printer £131.98 @ leoofficesupplies

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Found 20th Oct 2015
£31.98 AFTER CASH BACK from HP
HP Officejet Pro X451dw Printer for £131.98 with £100 cash back . Printer inks are expensive though ink should last for ages. Cheaper to buy printer than single refill cartridges. Additional option to return within 90 days if not happy. Free next day delivery

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excellent printer with 55 pages per minute, important in high volume environment. ink capacity fantastic too standatd black gives 3000 pages with XL giving 9200 pages. Amazing. Word of caution the ink cartridges supplied are not standard volume but are low volume starter cartridges so remember to factor in ink cost when buying. Heat added for volume users

My eyes are watering at the cost of those carts ....... all relative I guess.

"cheap" set of generic XL pigment inks (9,200 pages black and 6,600 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow) for £89.99 delivered

Please keep in mind that this printer is designed for offices printing 100s of pages a day and totally unsuitable for occasional printing at home.

The starter cartridges that come in the box can do up to 3,000 pages black and 2,500 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow.
Please notice that HP don't state the size of the starter/setup cartridges. So the size, which I got off the Printerland website, might be wrong!
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 20th Oct 2015

SUMMONER

"cheap" set of generic XL pigment inks (9,200 pages black and 6,600 pages … "cheap" set of generic XL pigment inks (9,200 pages black and 6,600 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow) for £89.99 deliveredPlease keep in mind that this printer is designed for offices printing 100s of pages a day and totally unsuitable for occasional printing at home.The starter cartridges that come in the box can do up to 3,000 pages black and 2,500 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow.



You have quoted the capacity of the standard cartridges.......

however when buying a HP printer you receive starter cartridges which are lower volume......I have fallen for this before !

I've just emailed HP, but just in case anyone knows...Can you use both the Trade in deal they are running and the cashback deal? It says in their terms and conditions that;

"This offer MAY NOT be combined with (or “stacked” with) other HP promotional offers..."

I realise I may have answered my own question but on the ebuyer website they make it seem like you can get both the £100 trade in and £100 cashback. I remember a couple of years back with a similar Dell printer deal you could get both. Maybe they've wised up since then...

SUMMONER

"cheap" set of generic XL pigment inks (9,200 pages black and 6,600 pages … "cheap" set of generic XL pigment inks (9,200 pages black and 6,600 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow) for £89.99 deliveredPlease keep in mind that this printer is designed for offices printing 100s of pages a day and totally unsuitable for occasional printing at home.The starter cartridges that come in the box can do up to 3,000 pages black and 2,500 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow.



​​​Have you tried these cartridges by any chance?
Just I had a look at similar generic cartridges on Amazon, and almost all of them had 1 star reviews stating that the cartridges didn't work at all. Was hoping I could find a seller where I know they'll work before buying. Thanks!

magicianfx

You have quoted the capacity of the standard cartridges.......however … You have quoted the capacity of the standard cartridges.......however when buying a HP printer you receive starter cartridges which are lower volume......I have fallen for this before !


Printerland claim that the included starter cartridges are 3,000/2,500pages, but I suppose that could be wrong, since HP don't mention a page yield in the official specifications for the X451dw.

The Officejet Pro X476's setup/starter cartridges are 3,000/2,500pages according to the HP spec page.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 20th Oct 2015

amarmp

​​​Have you tried these cartridges by any chance? Just I had a look at sim … ​​​Have you tried these cartridges by any chance? Just I had a look at similar generic cartridges on Amazon, and almost all of them had 1 star reviews stating that the cartridges didn't work at all. Was hoping I could find a seller where I know they'll work before buying. Thanks!


Nope, I have been all laser printers for nearly a decade. They are sooo.... much more reliable.

Buying generic ink cartridges is definitely a minefield. Especially these, which use some sort of security chip to communicate with the printer.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 20th Oct 2015
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