Samsung CLP-680ND Colour Network Duplex Printer £129.99 Ebuyer (£54.99 After Cash Back)
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Samsung CLP-680ND Colour Network Duplex Printer £129.99 Ebuyer (£54.99 After Cash Back)

£129.99£163.9921%Ebuyer Deals
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Refreshed 15th Apr (Posted 15th Apr)
Samsung CLP-680ND Colour Network Duplex Printer

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  • Print Speed: Up to 24ppm
  • Print resolution: Up to 9600 x 600 dpi
  • Media: 250 sheet standard tray
  • Input: USB, Network
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TAZMANUK26 m ago

Ouch, seen price of the replacement cartridges/toner's


They're actually amongst the cheapest for a colour laser printer, particularly if you buy the high capacity, 6000 page ones. £60 (genuine OEM, from Cartridge People) for a 6000 page black toner cartridge is a good deal!

This is a workhorse of a printer, designed for far more output than a standard home laser printer.

It's a hell of a lot of printer for that price and by far the best deal on a colour laser around at the moment.

The only drawbacks are that it's quite big and it doesn't have wi-fi, (just ethernet and USB).

It's fast, quiet and feels solid. I bought one a few weeks ago for £179.99 (less the cashback, which was paid), and although I needed it then and couldn't have waited, I am still feeling slightly gutted!
X3R3S54 m ago

Excellent deal - a lot of printer for your money. If you want to print …Excellent deal - a lot of printer for your money. If you want to print packing labels once a week then steer clear. If you want it for business use or high personal use demand, go for it.


Out of genuine interest, why? I thought for less use a laser is better as the toner doesn’t dry up or go “off” like the ink in the inkjets that always seemed to be dry or crusty if left a few weeks ?
siliconbits37 m ago

Are the cashback handled by HP?



Mate, its a Samsung printer, so Samsung will be handling the cashback.
comput11 h, 20 m ago

Out of genuine interest, why? I thought for less use a laser is better as …Out of genuine interest, why? I thought for less use a laser is better as the toner doesn’t dry up or go “off” like the ink in the inkjets that always seemed to be dry or crusty if left a few weeks ?


Good question. It’s certainly an argument I’d use for friends and family (and have!)

Inkjet is great for photo printing but cartridges need to be used or you risk blocked print heads with dried ink.

Laser is rubbish at photo printing but more expensive on the toners. However toners don’t really have a shelf life (note: manufacturers say otherwise).

So yes, for low printing usage, laser is arguably better. If you’re not printing pictures, there isn’t a huge need for a colour one either making your print costs much cheaper.

In summary, I guess the markets changed. Laser printers used to be very expensive to buy thus lots of people went to inkjet but that’s not necessarily true anymore. My personal view - in all situations I’d buy a laser unless your wanting to print photos for framing. Happy for anyone else to up my knowledge and recommendation?
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Excellent deal, but manufacturers should not get away with being able to sell cheap printers and ramp up the price of consumables. We have several perfectly good printers lying around our work store being wasted just because it's cheaper to buy a new printer than buy toners. £55 for the whole printer including a decent set of starter cartridges yet it costs £300+ for a set of genuine high capacity toner cartridges, so well over £250 for some toner powder??? It's ridiculous.
And they're now out of stock ... mine arrived today, much prefer it over my large inkjet(that HP almost gave away free a few months ago) - also made the cashback claim, let's see how long they take to process it.
pabosotf1234 h, 53 m ago

Excellent deal, but manufacturers should not get away with being able to …Excellent deal, but manufacturers should not get away with being able to sell cheap printers and ramp up the price of consumables. We have several perfectly good printers lying around our work store being wasted just because it's cheaper to buy a new printer than buy toners. £55 for the whole printer including a decent set of starter cartridges yet it costs £300+ for a set of genuine high capacity toner cartridges, so well over £250 for some toner powder??? It's ridiculous.


Totally agree. I just purchased the Lexmark CS517de A4 colour laser from Printerland.co.uk, which comes in at £83 after cash backs/vouchers (£54 if you can claim back the vat like I did for my home business) which includes 1.4k colour and 3k black toner. I'm not a heavy user so I'm going to throw it away after the toner runs out and get another. Replacement toners are silly money. Shame as it is a great machine.
This is massive for a home printer, feels a solid bit of kit though
Katar8316th Apr

Word of warning, do not update this printer and ideally do not use Samsung …Word of warning, do not update this printer and ideally do not use Samsung software, just drivers. Reason for this is they often block non genuine Samsung toners and your printer when using these can suddenly stop working, even though you have e.g 75% toners left


Never been a problem for me and Samsung printers. HP do that, not Samsung. I've both used compatible and also refill them myself. Latest firmware too.
Edited by: "JoeyJoeC" 17th Apr
hukdplan23 h, 31 m ago

And they're now out of stock ... mine arrived today, much prefer it over …And they're now out of stock ... mine arrived today, much prefer it over my large inkjet(that HP almost gave away free a few months ago) - also made the cashback claim, let's see how long they take to process it.


Just received notification the cashback will be paid within 25 days, so pretty quick processing of the application.
GDawes16th Apr

Does this support air print from mobile phone?



There is no Air Print support.
You can print from you iDevice using the Samsung app or if the printer is connected to your wireless router (remember you need to connect this printer using an ethernet cable as it does not support wireless connections), then the printer will appear when you select print from within an app. So for example you can print a photo on this printer using the iphoto app on your phone.
We made the mistake of using these at work. Awful. Transfer belt and fuser replacements are incredibly expensive and painful to replace.
Support is provided by Centrex who are possibly the most useless support company in the world.
Office printing brilliant. Photo printing look away, terrible colours. We have 2
hukdplan16th Apr

And they're now out of stock ... mine arrived today, much prefer it over …And they're now out of stock ... mine arrived today, much prefer it over my large inkjet(that HP almost gave away free a few months ago) - also made the cashback claim, let's see how long they take to process it.


Mine took a couple of weeks.
been out of stock over several days now, needs expiring
Cashback received today, haven't even had a chance to connect it up yet, lol.
out of stock
Shame cannot actually get on the HP website to claim the cashback. Page never loads
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