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Xerox Phaser 6125V/N Colour Laser Printer - £99 delivered - Free extra toner once you've received it!
Xerox Phaser 6125V/N Colour Laser Printer - £99 delivered - Free extra toner once you've received it!

Xerox Phaser 6125V/N Colour Laser Printer - £99 delivered - Free extra toner once you've received it!

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This comes in at £99 delivered at the £4.99 rate plus £20 VAT.

You'll need this claim form for the toner:

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Xerox Phaser 6125V/N Colour Laser

Small Size, Great Colour, Exceptional Value!

Xerox makes colour the easy choice with refreshing office-friendly, value-packed Phaser 6125. It is a compact printing solution powerful enough to handle all of your office printing demands with ease.

This printer delivers an impressive 12 ppm performance at an astonishingly low price. Quiet, compact and easy to use, it is a real breakthrough in entry-level, high quality business colour printing and is perfect for small workgroups that want to add high quality colour to everyday business documents.

Plus buy today to claim 3 Free Additional CMY Colour Toner Cartridges from Xerox!
Prints Speeds up to 12 ppm Colour
Print Speeds up to 16 ppm Black
USB 2.0 Network Connectivity Standard
600 x 600 x 4 bits dpi Print Resolution
Windows compatible (including Vista)
Maximum duty cycle of 40,000 pages per month

28 Comments

Superb price.

anyone know if toner's cna be refilled ? and how cost£

How many pages do the toners provided print?

When purchasing a qualifying Phaser 6125® the end user qualifies for three free Phaser
6125 toner cartridges, comprising one cyan, one magenta, and one yellow toner cartridge
(part numbers: 106R01331, 106R01332, and 106R01333 respectively).


Cartridges are for 1000 pages only.

]Cyan cartridge

]Magenta cartridge

]Yellow cartridge

**Edit**
]Black cartridge - 2000 pages

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Printer comes with the following cartridges:

Consumables Included
1 x toner cartridge ( black ) - up to 500 pages
1 x toner cartridge ( cyan ) - up to 500 pages
1 x toner cartridge ( magenta ) - up to 500 pages
1 x toner cartridge ( yellow ) - up to 500 pages

Just ordered one, great price heat and rep added :thumbsup:

(My mistake!_)

So basically £100 up front and adding together the included toner and the free by redemption toner and you have enough to print approx 1500 pages colour (and 500 pages black and white).

So looking at 6.6p per A4 page (plus cost of paper/card) full colour printing for first 1500 colour printed pages.

Or am I missing something?

Electricity? ha ha

This looks like a cracking deal for a network-ready colour laser.

# Product Description: Xerox Phaser 6125V/N - printer - colour - laser
# Printer Type: Workgroup printer - laser - colour
# Dimensions (WxDxH): 40 cm x 39.4 cm x 38.9 cm
# Weight: 17.2 kg
# Max Media Size (Standard): Legal, A4
# Min Media Size (Custom): 76.2 mm x 127 mm
# Max Media Size (Custom): 216 mm (Legal) x 356 mm (Legal)
# Print Speed: Up to 16 ppm - B/W Up to 12 ppm - colour
# Max Resolution (B&W): 600 dpi x 600 dpi
# Max Resolution (Colour): 600 dpi x 600 dpi
# Interface: USB, Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
# Processor: 333 MHz
# RAM Installed: ( Max ) 64 MB ( 64 MB ) - DDR II SDRAM
# Language Simulation: Windows GDI driver
# Media Type: Envelopes, labels, plain paper, glossy paper, business cards, cards
# Total Media Capacity: 250 sheets
# Media Handling: 250-sheet input tray, 1-sheet manual tray
# Monthly Duty Cycle: 40000 pages
# Networking: Print server - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet - internal
# Power: AC 230V
# System Requirements: Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP1 or later, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition SP1 or later, Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES 3, TurboLinux 10, Red Hat Fedora Core 1, Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES 4, SuSE Linux 9.2, SuSE Linux 9.3, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows 2003, Yellow
# Dog Linux 3.x

any good for photo's??????

My googling did show that the reviews that are out there for this are not great. But for the price its value.

These are expensive on consumeales. My Epson C900 may be bigger and bulkier but the toner costs about the same and the cartridges in the epson hold 4500 pages. Be aware of this when buying, they may be cheap to begin with but the costs will soon start to rise.

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Hi guys'n'gals BEWARE - I have a B&W Samsung Laser Printer (which is excellent) BUT the ONLY reason I bought it is because I can refill the toner cartridge myself. I have researched this and see nobody selling refill kits (which means it cant be done I guess) and the replacement cartridge cost is £40 EACH x 4 cartridges = £160+!!! (twice the price of the whole unit WITH cartridges!!!
Lets all remember that companies like Lexmark & Xerox make 90+% of their profits from the sale of consumables and NOT the whole unit!!!! BUY WITH CAUTION.................

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GEZ;2476574

Hi guys'n'gals BEWARE - I have a B&W Samsung Laser Printer (which is … Hi guys'n'gals BEWARE - I have a B&W Samsung Laser Printer (which is excellent) BUT the ONLY reason I bought it is because I can refill the toner cartridge myself. I have researched this and see nobody selling refill kits (which means it cant be done I guess) and the replacement cartridge cost is £40 EACH x 4 cartridges = £160+!!! (twice the price of the whole unit WITH cartridges!!!Lets all remember that companies like Lexmark & Xerox make 90+% of their profits from the sale of consumables and NOT the whole unit!!!! BUY WITH CAUTION.................



Good research dude :thumbsup:

newbie1001;2476379

These are expensive on consumeales. My Epson C900 may be bigger and … These are expensive on consumeales. My Epson C900 may be bigger and bulkier but the toner costs about the same and the cartridges in the epson hold 4500 pages. Be aware of this when buying, they may be cheap to begin with but the costs will soon start to rise.


yeh exactly...the black cartridge which does a hefty 9000 pages is about £100 so not too bad...colours arent too cheap though but seen worse
thats why i have a mono laser (was a cheap £70.00 with 4000 cart, but ive printed well in excess of 6000 pages and its still going strong, can refill it i think but carts are a bearable £45 for a 4000 page and £70 for a 7000 one or just buy a new printer and sell the old one for 3/4 price on ebay..thats what i did with my samsung 1520 anway...lol!) and a colour inkjet for the occasional colour print.
If you must have a colour laser then this is cheap, just check the prices of the carts before buying
resolution is quite low...my mono laser samsung 3051n is 1200x1200

or get yer printing done at work for free...:thumbsup:

vitertexltd;2476175

any good for photo's??????



laser in general is no good for photos, not glossy anyway

It'll do ok A4 prints and graphics but nothing serious or impressive

i think :thinking:

All printer companies - HP, Lexmark, Xerox, Brother etc etc etc make practically no money on the initial unit then profit from the cartridges - a laser printer is no different to inkjet in that regard.

I dont think many of you know why cartridges are expensive.

Prices of cartridges arent only dependant on the ink themselves but of the cartridge itself. when you get a new cartridge, you also purchase a printer head which the ink gets sprayed through and you also have pay for the technology which ink levels are recognised by the printer and then forward this message to your computer i.e. says 75%, then after a few prints it says 60% etc.

By doing this, you increase the life of your printer, should the ink dry up and clog the nozzles, you simply buy another cartridge. although expensive, it potentially is cheaper than buying another printer or paying someone to fix it, even at least, going through the hassle of choosing another printer, setting it up and so on.

Yes ink is rather expensive but you pay for more than just ink. IMO, spend more on a printer and potentially save yourself money in the long run by researching how much consumables spend.

JaiRo;2478915

I dont think many of you know why cartridges are expensive.Prices of … I dont think many of you know why cartridges are expensive.Prices of cartridges arent only dependant on the ink themselves but of the cartridge itself. when you get a new cartridge, you also purchase a printer head which the ink gets sprayed through and you also have pay for the technology which ink levels are recognised by the printer and



HP cartridges do come with their own printhead nozzles, however Epson's for example don't and they work fine.

Also the "technology which ink levels are recognised" is merely the printer keeping track of how many pages it printed... The chip in the cartridge is actually some hardcore DRM encryption chip that just keeps a page counter plus a lot of encryption keys to authenticate it to the printer (a bit like a DVD).

You'd really just need the ink, but manufacturers need ways to rip us off efficiently so they need to add these "extras".

jmarcelino;2479356

HP cartridges do come with their own printhead nozzles, however Epson's … HP cartridges do come with their own printhead nozzles, however Epson's for example don't and they work fine.Also the "technology which ink levels are recognised" is merely the printer keeping track of how many pages it printed... The chip in the cartridge is actually some hardcore DRM encryption chip that just keeps a page counter plus a lot of encryption keys to authenticate it to the printer (a bit like a DVD).You'd really just need the ink, but manufacturers need ways to rip us off efficiently so they need to add these "extras".



The counter is there but is not really used as a specific measurement to detect levels of ink. This is because there were a lot of complaints from b2b consumers saying that the number of pages printed per 'x' ml of ink is way off the mark.

I agree with what youve said and yes, the manufacturers do rip us off because if you look at the small print when it comes to printing and actually looking at how they have come to the figure of 'x' pages per 'x' ml of ink, you will find that a lot of these figures are based on 10-15% (or whatever figure is used nowadays) coverage of an a4 page. This coverage is the actual ink area of the page and not the page itself.

The price for lower end laser printers, especially coloured at this price range is only attractive for the price sold. When it comes to maintenance and quality, you will find that they will be far inferior compared to units that originally cost 6 to 8 times this price.

Just to add, it all depends on how and what you use it for so it could be the perfect solution for some and a nightmare for others.

Have a good everyone

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Thats why i chose a epson printer. Because the cost to replace the cartridges was cheaper, since you can get and use replacement cartridges rather then expensive original ones. It means i can print more and be less stingy with it lol.

What about the DRUM life ?

or is the drum built into each catridge on these printers ?

Procrastinated on this & thought I had missed this but it's still working! Spoken to Insight & they say it's running till end of July.

Did anyone get their free toner yet? I got a dispatch notification from Xerox on 8th August but haven't received it yet.

I got one and am happy with it, Free toner arrived today too......

marcosdjcm;2477329

laser in general is no good for photos, not glossy anywayIt'll do ok A4 … laser in general is no good for photos, not glossy anywayIt'll do ok A4 prints and graphics but nothing serious or impressivei think :thinking:






Just got one today and printed a colour photo with it ,superb quality. xerox 6125
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