Samsung colour laser printer £99.99. £24.99 after cashback from SAMSUNG!!  @ Ebuyer
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Samsung colour laser printer £99.99. £24.99 after cashback from SAMSUNG!! @ Ebuyer

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Found 27th Jul
Printer is £99.99 when purchased but £75 of cashback can be claimed from Samsung afterwards, making the overall cost only £24.99. A bargain for a decent colour laser printer with network connectivity.

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Great spot

You also get a 3 year warranty samsung.com/uk/…er/

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Edited by: "Chanchi32" 27th Jul
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Great spot

You also get a 3 year warranty samsung.com/uk/…er/

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Edited by: "Chanchi32" 27th Jul

Good deal. A quick scan shows that a full set of toners appear to be around £70 on ebay. Or around £22.50 per colour.

Not too bad really and definitely a hot deal.
Edited by: "thekanester" 27th Jul

You are looking at £70 for a set of compatible toners. Wired network only. Good price for the hardware but beware of running costs.

Wow! you know the saying. 'If something sounds too good to be true!' What is the catch? refill toner?

Hot, it's a good printer and that price is amazing.

tempted...but don't need it oO

Lowtrawler

You are looking at £70 for a set of compatible toners. Wired network … You are looking at £70 for a set of compatible toners. Wired network only. Good price for the hardware but beware of running costs.



cost to print per page significantly lower than an inkjet. I bought one of these a few years ago and the first thing I did was calculate the cost per page. The only cheaper one was a dell which they dont sell any more. Of course, things could have changed since I bought ... but would be surprised if it were more expensive to print with this than an inkjet... and the results on this will be way better than any ink squirter.

Interesting!

I mainly print in B/W, but the benefits of the colour as well seem great, but the lack of scanning/photocopying facilities is slightly off-putting; but hey! It's only £25!

Can the toner be refilled? From my brief search it seems it can.
Edited by: "moh223" 27th Jul

I use a large all in one laser hp cm2320fxi
In comparison a full set of toners is £30 for mine

At that price you could buy a few and it would be cheaper than getting replacement toner

So, 700 colour pages before you need a new cartridge.
Box Contains
Printer
Power Cable
1000 page Black Toner Cartridge
700 page Colour Toner Cartridges
Driver Install CD
Quick Install Guide

Is this printer really worth the £100 it is selling for without the cashback

Does it print from iPhone Air print or something

daskapital

cost to print per page significantly lower than an inkjet. I bought one … cost to print per page significantly lower than an inkjet. I bought one of these a few years ago and the first thing I did was calculate the cost per page. The only cheaper one was a dell which they dont sell any more. Of course, things could have changed since I bought ... but would be surprised if it were more expensive to print with this than an inkjet... and the results on this will be way better than any ink squirter.


Love my ink squirter to bits and compatible carts about £1 each. Downsides are head cleaning 3-5 times if it's left for a month before printing a photo and constant disappearing act from network. It is tempting to change at this price though!

Price has changed now. £94.46 after cashback. Oh well.
Edited by: "moh223" 27th Jul

Damn wasnt quick enough, price has gone up to £169.46 still with the £75 samsung cashback.

daskapital26 m ago

and the results on this will be way better than any ink squirter.


...except for images.

Price has gone up to £169.47. Mis-priced earlier?
Edited by: "poppycock" 27th Jul

poppycock44 s ago

Price has gone up to £169.47. Misplaced earlier?


I presume Ebuyer are benefiting from the offer more than the consumer

I think the deal is off:
£169.46 inc. vat
£94.46 after Cashback deal

Obviously a mis-price as someone mistakenly subtracted the cashback amount from the net price after cashback, so double counted the cashback. Interesting to see whether they honour any orders.

How does the print quality compare to HP or Canon?

Damn missed it as been after a laser printer for months.......Can anyone recommend a laser black & white printer less than £125??

well i ordered one before the price change - lets see if i get it!

naturelover2 m ago

Damn missed it as been after a laser printer for months.......Can anyone …Damn missed it as been after a laser printer for months.......Can anyone recommend a laser black & white printer less than £125??



There are millions - what do you want to do? Duplex? Scan? Multi-document feeder? Wifi? Wired network?

daskapital

cost to print per page significantly lower than an inkjet. I bought one … cost to print per page significantly lower than an inkjet. I bought one of these a few years ago and the first thing I did was calculate the cost per page. The only cheaper one was a dell which they dont sell any more. Of course, things could have changed since I bought ... but would be surprised if it were more expensive to print with this than an inkjet... and the results on this will be way better than any ink squirter.




You are wrong, once Lexmark won a court case in Europe against 3rd party refillers* a few years ago, the prices for toner refills went up massively; 2-5p per page of text is now common for cheap lasers, and although text quality is very good, they are not so hot on pictures.
You can still get 3rd party imports from China, but even these are more expensive than they were - unless you order direct from a Chinese seller, and quality is variable; the last set I bought for work, they leaked everywhere - the inside of the printer looked like a rainbow had exploded in there.
This was a HP colour laser, where prior to the Lexmark win, the refills worked out at 2p per page for black text, and 7p per page afterwards.

Incidentally, my inkjet costs about 0.5p per page for text, using the genuine ink carts.

* It was the chips used to make the 3rd party toners work they they were suing over, as they bypassed the attempts to force customers to use only genuine ink.

Don't forget Quidco - tracked at £1.67

"better than a slap on the back with a wet cloth"

naturelover

Damn missed it as been after a laser printer for months.......Can anyone … Damn missed it as been after a laser printer for months.......Can anyone recommend a laser black & white printer less than £125??


This is still on for £99 and it is wifi, cheap toner too.
hotukdeals.com/dea…334

Gentle_Giant

You are wrong, once Lexmark won a court case in Europe against 3rd party … You are wrong, once Lexmark won a court case in Europe against 3rd party refillers* a few years ago, the prices for toner refills went up massively; 2-5p per page of text is now common for cheap lasers, and although text quality is very good, they are not so hot on pictures.You can still get 3rd party imports from China, but even these are more expensive than they were - unless you order direct from a Chinese seller, and quality is variable; the last set I bought for work, they leaked everywhere - the inside of the printer looked like a rainbow had exploded in there.This was a HP colour laser, where prior to the Lexmark win, the refills worked out at 2p per page for black text, and 7p per page afterwards.Incidentally, my inkjet costs about 0.5p per page for text, using the genuine ink carts.* It was the chips used to make the 3rd party toners work they they were suing over, as they bypassed the attempts to force customers to use only genuine ink.




printerland.co.uk/Sam…spx

Cost per page

Mono cost per page:£0.022
Colour cost per page:£0.125

Don't ya just love starting off your topic with "you are wrong" ... maybe reserve judgement first until all the facts are in ?
Edited by: "daskapital" 27th Jul

pibpob

There are millions - what do you want to do? Duplex? Scan? … There are millions - what do you want to do? Duplex? Scan? Multi-document feeder? Wifi? Wired network?



WiFi & Scan & Single Document Feeder......just for home use.

I'd prefer an inkjet but I didn't win that one with the other half!

rd3d2

Don't forget Quidco - tracked at £1.67 "better than a slap on the back … Don't forget Quidco - tracked at £1.67 "better than a slap on the back with a wet cloth"


When you see a misprice but you still have time to go through quidco

Thanks

Mine was dispatched apparently at the original sub 100 price

Another deal I somehow missed.? Though well
spotted OP.

daskapital

https://www.printerland.co.uk/Samsung-CLP-415N-P123355.aspxCost per … https://www.printerland.co.uk/Samsung-CLP-415N-P123355.aspxCost per pageMono cost per page:£0.022 Colour cost per page:£0.125Don't ya just love starting off your topic with "you are wrong" ... maybe reserve judgement first until all the facts are in ?



Headlines, arent they great?? Now go to their consumables page, and work out the cost using the alleged toner yield and the price per toner. When you factor in the waste toner cart, it brings it up to around 3p; as long as you buy the largest and most cost efficient black toner, except :-

You have to watch the empty status carefully, they regularly tell you they are empty with 20% still to go, and

If you want to print in colour, it goes up to over 4p.

My ink costs for colour are 2p per page.

BTW, do you want to contact them and point out that not only have they calculated cost per page ****-backwards, but they also misplaced the decimal point??

Still showing at Ebuyer?

Price shows as £99.99 and £24.99 after £75 cashback?
Edited by: "Keith9534" 28th Jul

Keith9534

Still showing at Ebuyer?Price shows as £99.99 and £24.99 after £75 ca … Still showing at Ebuyer?Price shows as £99.99 and £24.99 after £75 cashback?



Back to full price again... I don't know if anyone had this experience, but as soon as I saw the lower price, I went and ordered and had an on screen confirmation that my order will be delivered on Monday. However, never got a confirmation from Paypal or an email confirmation from ebuyer.

Just logged into my account to see that there is no order at all. strange....!!

Apparently it was on a "Happy Hour" deal for £99 between 12 and 1pm this afternoon. They had one last one at higher price but the guy allowed me to have it for £99 when I phoned to check about my missing order. Result.. !!

Apparently my original order never went through this afternoon..

Eclairs

Back to full price again... I don't know if anyone had this experience, … Back to full price again... I don't know if anyone had this experience, but as soon as I saw the lower price, I went and ordered and had an on screen confirmation that my order will be delivered on Monday. However, never got a confirmation from Paypal or an email confirmation from ebuyer. Just logged into my account to see that there is no order at all. strange....!!



This why I suck my breath in whenever I contemplate buying from them; issues with their systems. I DID order something just after Christmas, because they were the cheapest by about £130; but it took multiple attempts to get the order to go through.
My last order prior to that was a DOA that took 3 months to get a refund on - after I originally just asked for a replacement that they refused to supply without sending the dead unit away for "testing" - estimate for completion of tests was SIX MONTHS.
Of course they didnt tell me the last part until they had had the thing back for nearly 6 weeks.
Edited by: "Gentle_Giant" 28th Jul
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