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Samsung CLP-315 'world's smallest' colour laser printer, normally £127, down to £97.18 at Tesco (online and in-store). Includes initial set of 4 toners. Double Clubcard Points too!
Samsung CLP-315 'world's smallest' colour laser printer, normally £127, down to £97.18 at Tesco (online and in-store).  Includes initial set of 4 toners. Double Clubcard Points too!

Samsung CLP-315 'world's smallest' colour laser printer, normally £127, down to £97.18 at Tesco (online and in-store). Includes initial set of 4 toners. Double Clubcard Points too!

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A great little colour laser printer (claims to be the world's smallest).

I bought mine at a special 'launch price' of £99 at PCW about 18 months ago and it's been £127 pretty much most places since. Double Clubcard points at the moment too!

Puts out decent prints at low per page cost time after time. More durable and professional looking prints than inkjet too. Even manages acceptable photo prints for most purposes. My inkjet only gets used for best quality photo prints for display these days.

Had one very small technical problem and the service engineer was at my door first thing next morning; had it fixed in 30 minutes. Brilliant service!

After thousands of pages of print I can thoroughly recommend. One of the best pieces of home office kit I've ever bought.

Note: before the debate about toner prices starts - yes they are expensive (about £150 for a full set of originals, set supplied with printer are only about 3/4 full). However, they last for absolutely ages so the cost per page is way lower than inkjet. Haven't searched for online toner deals or compatibles but no doubt they are out there.

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good deal this one
I bought mine from amazon when Samsung was running cashback deal back in April, very satisfied with the performance and print quality. And yes, toner last for long time Other point to note is the size, this is the smallest colour laser you will find at this price.

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senukas;6776436

good deal this oneI bought mine from amazon when Samsung was running … good deal this oneI bought mine from amazon when Samsung was running cashback deal back in April, very satisfied with the performance and print quality. And yes, toner last for long time Other point to note is the size, this is the smallest colour laser you will find at this price.


If Samsung are to be believed it's the smallest colour laser - period.

Can you just replace the black toner as that is likely to run out faster than the others.

Hello All

A quick lesson in "order when you see it"

The CLP-310 started out at around £69 some months ago and I first noticed it at PCW for £70 and some pennies about a month ago. Was thinking about getting one this morning and went on the PCW site but cheapest seems to be about £130, so had a little browse and found the 310 at £89 on printerland.co.uk but then my eyes popped when I saw the networked version for £14!!! . So I shot off to do some cartridge research and ended up on amazon and was then nocked off my chair by a seller with loads of items listed at £1.09 one of which was an HP CP1515N...I was beginning to think I'd won the lottery at this point. Needless to say I did some one click ordering and had an amazon order of around £8 which was worth around a grand!! I got the confirmation email and was pretty chuffed.......cancellation email shortly followed DOH! so I phoned the seller and they of course had had some glitch and a morning of madness. Hey ho I thought back to printerland to buy original £14 samsung.... oops it's now at £114.

I wouldn't be surprised if the printerland error had corrected itself, so expect that one would have been successful. The Fuzion (seller) fiasco at amazon was never likely to succeed as there were dozens of errors.

Came to this site via the ]Aldi link and will keep my eyes on the posts

Cheers...Rob

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aerotec;6780232

Can you just replace the black toner as that is likely to run out faster … Can you just replace the black toner as that is likely to run out faster than the others.


Yes you can (4 seperate colours). The black one is larger than the other three. Around £44 for an original.

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RobTT;6780531

Hello AllA quick lesson in "order when you see it"The CLP-310 started out … Hello AllA quick lesson in "order when you see it"The CLP-310 started out at around £69 some months ago and I first noticed it at PCW for £70 and some pennies about a month ago. Was thinking about getting one this morning and went on the PCW site but cheapest seems to be about £130, so had a little browse and found the 310 at £89 on printerland.co.uk but then my eyes popped when I saw the networked version for £14!!! . So I shot off to do some cartridge research and ended up on amazon and was then nocked off my chair by a seller with loads of items listed at £1.09 one of which was an HP CP1515N...I was beginning to think I'd won the lottery at this point. Needless to say I did some one click ordering and had an amazon order of around £8 which was worth around a grand!! I got the confirmation email and was pretty chuffed.......cancellation email shortly followed DOH! so I phoned the seller and they of course had had some glitch and a morning of madness. Hey ho I thought back to printerland to buy original £14 samsung.... oops it's now at £114. I wouldn't be surprised if the printerland error had corrected itself, so expect that one would have been successful. The Fuzion (seller) fiasco at amazon was never likely to succeed as there were dozens of errors.Came to this site via the ]Aldi link and will keep my eyes on the postsCheers...Rob


This one is the CLP-315 though other than colour I'm not sure what the differences are, if any. Haven't seen the CLP-310 in PCW. I think the one for £70 at PCW may have been B&W only?

Link to Samsung site here:

samsung.com/uk/…ype

The 310 has gone up quite a bit since it was ]released

must be the $£ movement I guess

I wasted time checking specs because of the color toner refill situation

300 Black and Colour OK
310 315 Black only (waiting to get the chips sorted)

The one at PCW could have been CLP anything :thinking: I have been looking for the post it note I scribbled on when I first saw it at work...

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RobTT;6785940

The 310 has gone up quite a bit since it was ]released must be the $£ … The 310 has gone up quite a bit since it was ]released must be the $£ movement I guess


Appears to have been £99.99 but with a £30 cashback offer at that time?

Yeah... I hadn't read that far - probably why I'm not the worlds best bargain getter, too easily distracted flying off on tangents!!

Does the price include delivery?

Same price at] PC World and ]Dixons.

just note in addition to the cartridges, £120 drum replace every 8000 black

]http//ww…Epw

daz200;6822037

just note in addition to the cartridges, £120 drum replace every 8000 … just note in addition to the cartridges, £120 drum replace every 8000 black]http://www.cartridgesave.co.uk/toner-cartridges/Samsung/CLP_315.html?mv_pc=gasamtpn&gclid=COnIs5Wi_J0CFVVu4wodlRlEpw



Wouldn't you just buy a new printer?

EDIT: Looking elsewhere (see below) I think the 8000 black is a typo. Think it is meant to be 8000 colour, and 30 something thousand black.

]http//ww…225

Thought 8000 was a little low.

chris197;6822210

Wouldn't you just buy a new printer?



...yeah, you're probably right. Change my comment to, throw printer away after 8000 pages (what a world).

I'm a noob to laser printers and therefore need some guidance please...

First of all, what is an image drum? Is it like a toner, but more expensive because it produces more pages and therefore is cheaper in the long run?

Also, could I connect this to my router so everyone else in the house can use it too?

Any information would be greatly appreciated :thumbsup:

EDIT: How about this? ]http//ww…104
Seems to have wireless but does it have the 4 toners?

You need to replace the toner AND the drum, this makes it more expensive to run.

The only difference with the CLP-315W is that it has a wireless adapter built-in (no usb to pc required).

Might be worth looking at the HP CP1515N for the longer term running costs. The drum unit is not a seperate consumable like with the Samsung. If you are buying a printer keep (rather than throw away when carts/drum runs out), it's best to compare consumables required, and cost per page.

Which is better?

This, or ]this?

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Now up to £150 at PCW! Makes this deal at Tesco even better!

Sorry, this is temporarily out of stock.

I bought the dell one.

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cheapo;6841993

Sorry, this is temporarily out of stock.I bought the dell one.


Available in store too.

Tequila Sunset;6776471

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-CLP-315-Colour-Laser-Printer/dp/B001A70IY0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1257326565&sr=1-2Same price at amazon aswelpity its not the wireless version....extra £40 morehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-CLP-315W-Wireless-Colour-Printer/dp/B001H54GJ8



Wireless one now £109.02 at Amazon

thanks for the heads up, went and bought one

noh;6846009

Wireless one now £109.02 at Amazon



[FONT=Verdana]Wired or wireless...decisions, decisions! ;-)

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]

On my ML-2010 B&W printer, it is very easy to take a cap off & refill the cartridge with toner.
ie Only purchase a cheap bottle of toner, rather than a new or "recon" cartridge.

Is this possible with the CLP-315 ?

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z909;6860522

On my ML-2010 B&W printer, it is very easy to take a cap off & refill the … On my ML-2010 B&W printer, it is very easy to take a cap off & refill the cartridge with toner.ie Only purchase a cheap bottle of toner, rather than a new or "recon" cartridge.Is this possible with the CLP-315 ?


Don't know but there are serious health concerns with toner. If you're going to handle it I'd advise wearing a decent mask and doing it outside. At all costs don't breathe it in. Advice came from service engineer.

Besford;6862934

Don't know but there are serious health concerns with toner. If you're … Don't know but there are serious health concerns with toner. If you're going to handle it I'd advise wearing a decent mask and doing it outside. At all costs don't breathe it in. Advice came from service engineer.



Thanks for the tip.

I will happily wear a facemask (next time) to save £30+, so the question still stands.

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Still available in store and now back on line so needs to be unexpired!

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