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CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, £34.99 at Currys/ebay (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print)
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Decent printer at fair price, hope it helps. Many thanks to @barneystuta for noticing (y) Specification MPN: 2226C008 App available: - Canon PRINT Inkjet - SELPHY Wireless … Read more

Are canons still purging huge amount of ink when you turn it on and when you turn them off?


£40 for replacement ink cartridges... Rip off, anyone know a cheap printer with relatively cheap ink replacements?


How much are replacement ink cartridges for this printer? And does anyone know how many pages it'll print before needing new ones? I'll barely print anything, will be used only for printing return postage labels / the odd CV / important document here and there. Thanks


Thank you


Just changed 2 of the colours and it works perfectly. Officeworld cartridges from Amazon

HP OfficeJet 6950 All in One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax with Free 2 Month Instant Ink Trial £79.99 + £3.50 at Ryman
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Been looking for a home printer to use during the lock down, this is finally back in stock but now £20 cheaper! With this HP printer, you can produce professional quality prints, … Read more

I have had the same problems with my epson printers over the years, since they added the chip to them. Some compatible didn't work at all , some worked for a while , some worked until you swapped one of them and then you needed to replace the full set. I'm sure they update the printers occasionally to stop their use. The inks even used to say latest version etc. This is why my next printer will be an ink tank to end all this messing and plastic waste.


I had tesco brand ink in my hp printer, and was working no problem. Last weekend i got the message 'remove and reinstall the indicated ink cartridge, making sure it is correctly installed'. So i went to Tesco and bought new tesco brand compatible ink. After installing new tesco ink, same message!! Then i got the genuine HP ink as the helpline insisted, but the error message is still the same.... So i don't know, maybe the printer is broken, but it is weird.


Mods - I have a referral code that will give both parties a free month & comes from HP directly. May I post it openly - or only share via pm?


Check out the various ink tank printers out there now for the lowest cost per page home printers. No more faffing with ' compatible ' cartridges. In many of the examples I looked at they cost less than laser printers per page. Example brother mono laser toner £30ish 1200 pages. Ecotank black ink bottle £6 for 4500 pages. There are the Epson eco tank , hp smart ink, canon G series? I think brother do one also.


I think it comes with Instant Ink starter ink and a 2 month trial to the Instant Ink service.

2020 HP ENVY x360 13, 2-in-1, Touchscreen, Ryzen 7 4700U 2.0GHz, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, FHD IPS £926.26 at HP Shop
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Just released and comes with Ryzen 7 4700U. No GPU, so not for gamers. For the consumer who wants a portable device, with the latest specs, good port selection, stylish, lightish… Read more

ie PIcasa (a legacy app), if you run that do you not end up with tiny text within the app? On a user basis just upgraded by 8 inch Huawei T3 tablet to an M5 lite (8 unch) going from 1280x800 to 1920x1200. I can see that the image is 'better' on the M5 but for all practical purposes it makes no real difference at all. The 16-32 GB storage 2-3GB RAM and Snapdragon 425 -> Kirin 710 processor though all make a very noticeable difference though. ie I am still totally happy with 1280x800 on an 8 inch tablet and 1920x1080 resolution on a 13" laptop. I don't see any real point in going much higher and some potential negatives in needing to drive the extra pixels.


I don't understand the scaling issues. I have a '3k' Surface Book 2 (3000 x 2000 resolution). It is automatically set to 200% scaling and have experienced not one issue.


That was going to be my question, whether you get scaling niggles on on a high Res display. I find you get minor niggles on a 1080 13" displays especially with some older/legacy apps (ie Picasa for example)




quite tempted by this are there any reviews?

Brother DCP-L2530DW A4 Mono Laser 3-in-1 Printer with Wireless Printing £123.12 delivered with code at Viking Direct
Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
A printer that seems to tick all the boxes. Low maintenance, reasonable cartridge prices and also has scan, copy and 2-sided printing options. No fax option but who uses that now d… Read more

Any links for cheap toner :)


code: VGB-WK20GB20 £20 off also quidco 15% triple nectar points around £95 if you got cashback from quidco. quite nice price now. (flirt)


Thanks but that one doesn't look to have a scanner


I picked this up from Amazon last October at under £100. It scans in colour direct to your mobile/tablet via the app. The scan you can save as PDF, JPEG etc and save or email. If the printer is switched off when not in use, it is best to power it on first and then the app will show printer as available. Print/copy quality I have set to low as my kids love to print. The toner is not a full toner but a starter toner. Been happy with this printer.

avinine86 I think this is the colour equivalent

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Epson EcoTank ET-2710 Wireless Printer, Unlimited Print Card £183.94 delivered at Argos
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Now back in stock in Argos. Truly unlimited printing for two years with this printer, No subscription, no contracts, just one low price. Provide virtually unlimited printing with … Read more
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So wheres the "unlimited" about that ?


I think at this price range a colour laser would be a better choice


Costco had it a while back, £129. I returned it unopened due to lack of features, particularly only manual two sided printing. All printers should have automatic duplex by now. Also many reviews suggest it is hard to connect to WiFi so if you are not tech. savvy, be aware. Look it up for yourself before you pay this amount then decide.


What's the difference between et2710 and 2720, just iprint and gcloud option?


Just bought today from currys ebay clearance. There's a 10% off code on ebay, and its 8 quid cheaper for new open box. paid £137! They have a few damaged/open box too. still get warranty too.

HP Colour LaserJet Pro M283fdw Multi-Function Printer +£75 cashback from HP +3 yr Warranty - £249.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
I am looking to replace my aging HP laser colour printer. Found this with £75 cashback from HP. Let me know what you guys think. Link to cashback Color multifunction Printer … Read more
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diddlumav I’ve just had a look and noticed they are now on back order too. The 3 year on site (NOT return to base) warranty is still showing though.


Do you have a link to what you purchased please


Sorry, I have only just seen your message. Yes it’s the Canon MF645Cx laser. I nearly didn’t go for this as I read some reviews about the display being slow but it is perfectly fine. had the best price and delivered next day.


Coming up as £321. Am i doing something wrong?


Not if you are canny and tech savvy - Shouldnt be giving all my secrets away but just head to Amazon and look up older toner carts or just do a search for "yellow toner" and sort by price, open em up and refill your carts - just refilled all my HP C1025N colour laser printer carts for less than £20 with toner left over! Got the printer for £20 on ebay too single line down the page fault - simple drum fault but folks will just throw it out or chuck em on ebay another buy new drum on Amazon £18 and its fixed! Since getting a colour laser would never go back to inkjet and its ripoff cartridges, runny ink pages, clogged ink heads and faults that mean its a writeoff! Lasers are easy to repair , refill and the quality and speed is just unbeatable! :{ (nerd)

Brother DCP-L8410CDW A4 Colour Multifunction Laser Printer £249.47 (£174.47 after cashback or 3 year warranty) at Leo Office Supplies
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
Leo Office Supplies had increased their price on this from £249.47 to £257.47 back now to £249.47 (thanks to @eperdeme for the heads up) Deal extended until 31/5/20 Having see… Read more

Camels offline due to covid sadly. Unfortunately my time machine isn’t working either... Very happy for you though, great value.


Bought from Amazon October 2018 for £208 with a £100 cashback from Brother. Check the price history on the Camels.

yaszq2001 Reviews are poor ... Compatible toners for the full high capacityset are around £200


£108 after cashback for a £400+ printer?


Are you happy with the printer ? Mine is still in the box. The weather is so nice I am being found jobs to do outside, before the weather turns.

HP OfficeJet 8017 Wireless All-in-One Printer with up to 2 years Instant Ink Trial £134.99 @ HP
Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
The productive smart printer that gets work done. Help save time with Smart Tasks shortcuts,[1] and get automatic two-sided printing. Print and scan from your phone.[1] Colour Mult… Read more
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If you buy from still can claim £50 cashback till.30.4.20.


Ink has had its day Laser colour is where its at cat! No way i could go back to those running ink pages and endless ink cart costs! (nerd)


T&c states 120 Euro of ink, not 120 GBP. So about £84 equivalent based on PPM allowances not FX conversion. Euro currency II example at GBP currency II example at


Hard to see how you could go wrong with..


I’m after a all in one printer for home use any other printers you would recommend?

HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M479fnw A4 Colour Multifunction (Print/Scan/Copy/Fax) Laser Printer £284.98 @ Printerland (£154.98 after cashback)
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
£130 cashback bringing price down to £154.98. Cashback process is pretty easy and quick. Link 3 year warranty with HP Print/Scan/Copy/Fax Manual Double Sided Printing Up to… Read more

Jesus, £700 for replacement toner ? There any Brother printers similar where toner does not cost the earth nor the printer. Need to return some Amazon items and we don't own a printer and don't want to go to the drop off shop for printerless sending.


Genuinely shocked its not automatic duplex considering the scanner attachment.


Nice looking printer, resolution and lack of double sided printing aside, but I genuinely can't understand why any business would buy a HP printer. It's 5 times the cost per printed page compared with some other brands. And there's no hope to bring that cost down because HP proactively block compatibles and markets their subscription model to the hilt. Greedy manipulative company.


Laserjets are hard work, Get a Phaser Printer


Thank you all for your feedback (y)

HP Laserjet Pro M454dw £242.72 at Printerland + £150 HP Cashback (and 3% quidco)
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Great laser printer for a small office or in my case, a home printer. Automatic duplex printing, networkable hardline and wifi, direct printing, touchscreen and all the normal bit… Read more

I was going to get the M254dw before HP discontinued it, and this one is now cheaper. M454dw is just it's bigger brother really. Slightly faster first page, faster page per minute, twice the memory, 50% faster processor, slightly smaller margins, second media tray, can take heavier weight paper, larger output tray, slightly larger, slightly heavier, and so on.


Is there no compatibles available from Xerox? With my laser jet just been using Xerox at half the price of HP


My HP OfficeJet pro is 2.5 years old and sadly toner prices are still very high. Also the ironically original cartridges that came with were starter pack and hardly printed 150 pages before ink was depleted. Hate HP business model. I've decided to invest more into a printer but low on running costs. With 2 school going kids there was never enough toner and pages.....


Sorry to hear that,I also use Epson ink printers,and found that refillable cartridges(4) worked fine very few problems,but of course HP and I think Lexmark use tricolour inks so I don't think there is an easy to fit refillable cartridges,mind there are refill kits on Ebay,which means you could try refilling your original HP inks,did you complain to the supplier of the cartridges that didn't work.


give it 6 months and generic toners should start to come through

Epson Expression Home XP-2105 Wireless Inkjet Printer £39.99 + £3.95 delivery at Argos
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Epson xp2105 now back in stock, best value printer I've seen as comes with an extra black ink worth £15 much better than subscribing to HP etc and forgetting to cancel
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Back in stock!


Worth noting this model is compatible with ReadyPrint Flex , which is like the HP Instant Ink system. 30 pages a month 1.29, 50 pages a month 1.99 100 pages a month 3.49 Includes a 3 months free trial


Thanks...I will (y) 😁


just search ebay for 'printhead magic nozzle cleaner' and see if there is one compatible for your printer. Mine cost £5.25 and is worth every penny.


Not heard of these unblocking kits before...I'll have a look...I tried to unblock an old printer head once by submerging it in in a water/ipa solution ...was no joy. I'll have a look for what you are talking about. I wish the printer would just automatically do a to print from time to time to keep the ink flowing. I think I've got to the bottom of my current woes though... There was some dried ink on the remanufactured cartridge gold contacts...sprayed it with contact cleaner and gave it a wipe...just one nozzle short of a perfect print now ...will do it again. I think I wasted a lot of ink chasing the wrong problem...doh!

Epson WorkForce WF-7715DWF £149.99 at Epson Shop
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Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Been looking for an inkjet printer that can do A3. My old WP-4535 is still going after ~10 years and is next to my desk. Trouble is working from home now and OH keeps using it. Ca… Read more

I paid similar price but no free ink so might be ok


Cheers for the info, I bought one, it's coming on Monday!


Can it do CD/DVD's and have a scanner ?


Does the ink dry out if not used like other ink jets


Whaatt??? I just a bit ago ordered hp 8017 from printerland for about 142.78 including delivery n says £50 cashback plus 2yr free ink. Have I made a mistak?

Canon Pixma MG5750 inkjet printer - £40.49 @ Currys eBay
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Really great price by currys and get an extra 10% off so total price is £40.49

Compatible ink works fine on photos. A few years back I tried Canon ink Vs cheap ink. Could see very slight shades of difference, but just as good. Probably better still now


Thanks mate.


I print photos on my printer (different brand) using compatible ink, never had a problem.


I haven't had a printer for years and suddenly need one mainly for the kids and printing out the odd snap, I was wondering are the 3rd party cartridges capable of printing photos too? Thanks.


I just bought 2 full replacements ink sets for £22.50 on Internet Ink. That was mainly why I bought this printer, because the ink is cheap. Bought it last week for £50 because it kept going in and out stock, of course it's now £40 on a deal

HP ENVY 5020 Wireless All in One Printer - Damaged BOX - £32.29 delivered with code +3 months free ink @ Currys_clearance/ebay
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Great printer in excellent condition and comes with 12mths Currys/PC World Outlet warrant + 3 month free trial of HP Instant Ink Perfect printer for your home office setup! Use… Read more

Cheaper than buying ink


I dont understand why they got cancelled. I bought one yesterday on the same link but paid the £35.99 as no 10% discount from ebay and it arrives tomorrow. Something smells fishy for you guys that had it cancelled.


Mind cancelled and refunded also


I got a message too, order cancelled and money is being refunded!


Out of stock or item is damaged :(

HP Envy 6220 Wireless Printer & 12 Months Instant Ink £79.99 at Argos
Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
An Argos Exclusive – Now with up to 12 months free Instant Ink when you choose the 100 day plan with included £32 credit in-box. Sign up to Instant Ink and save up to 70% on ink. G… Read more

I got HP printer and free plan ink of 15 pages/month - whats the best way to get more free pages ? or should i cancel plan and use the ink till it last ?


Have month of free printing on me - vbjV3


Where on earth is the code petiole are referring to for £32 credit. Just unboxed and set up, but the free printing plan within the box is for three months!


You get 15 pages for free forever, (or until they decide to end the scheme), but when you get your free trial, (mine was 12 months, I have 1 month left), you can choose whatever plan you wish, but you can't downgrade to the 15 pages for free. I chose the 300 pages a month plan for the trial, and although I wouldn't normally print more than 15 in a month, sometimes I did go over 15. It's worth noting that this printer prints double sided, as that caught me out a few times.They also allowed me to rollover unused pages up to 100 a month Once the trial ends I will go to 50 pages a month for £1.99 a month for the foreseeable. .



Epson Expression Home XP-4105 3-in-1 Wireless Inkjet Printer White £44.99 + £3.50 delivery @ Rymans
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Epson Expression Home XP-4105 3-in-1 Wireless Inkjet Printer White. Currently the cheapest and also has good reviews.

Should be fine, it supports either WiFi or smartphone direct printing.


Will this printer work with a Chromebook?


Ordered mine on Thursday evening arrived on Saturday! Result. Nice little printer for the money.


If you are worried about cartridge costs, you might want to look into Epson's ecotank models?


With Epson, you can buy compatibles and use them without any problem. I have a much older model the Epson XP 405 and after the inks supplied with the printer when first purchased became empty, I have used compatibles ever since.

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print) £34.99 at Currys
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Good printer and in stock with free delivery. Product features Includes 2 Canon FINE Cartridges WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print Up to 7.7 prints per minute Spe… Read more

Back in stock on ebay and direct.




Does this print onto CD's and DVD's ? Oh - and MANUAL 2 sided - no duplex then - rules this out for me. Two things I need in replacing my current Epson (which is showing it's age) are duplex and cd/dvd writing


here starting at £14.95


Are inkjet the same garbage as 10 years ago? I guess they are. Do yourself a favour and don't buy one, just go for a laser.

HP Officejet pro 8025 with 2 months instant ink £89.99 + £30 hp cashback + £30 just eat voucher and 8% quidco premium @ HP Shop
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Was on the lookout for a printer and seen this reduced on the hp store. Free 3 year warranty. Works out at £22.79 after hp cashback, quidco cashback and if you remove the justeat £… Read more
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Can't find reasonably priced compatibles for this and it's putting me off.


Going to pass this one but would love to know how it is when you get it.


I've just purchased this so if you wait a couple of days I can tell you however today is the last purchase day if you want to claim the cashback.


is this any good - i am shopping for a printer with scanner.


Has anyone purchased this and successfully claimed the cashback from HP? With the £30 and an extra 10% from completesavings this can be had for £51 which seems a decent deal for a printer with a 3 year warranty. Looking for a printer for occasional use so tempted

HP OfficeJet 6950 All in One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax with Free 2 Month Instant Ink Trial - £69.99 + £3.50 Delivery @ Ryman
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Description With this HP printer, you can produce professional quality prints, at an affordable cost. Great for home and office use, this printer offers impressive printing speed… Read more
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It's manual one page at a time.


Thanku What it like Does it have adf tray or do u have to scan one page at a time


You can enter your email address on the product web page and they'll alert you when it's back in stock. That's how I got one a couple of weeks ago.


I don’t believe this has automatic duplex scanning ? Only manual! U feed say 20 pages one side then at the end you will have to manually feed it again for second side scanning then it will rearrange it for u. Automatic scanning I think is on the 9 series where it automatically scans both sides

Epson Expression Home XP-3100 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One Printer with Automatic double-sided printing - £53.94 Delivered @ Argos
Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
Deliver vibrant images and clear documents using this Epson Expression Home XP-3100 wireless inkjet printer. Automatic double-sided printing helps to save paper and money, while ze… Read more
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At the time of posting IT WASN'T in stock at Hughes or Box. The cheapest IN STOCK was ARGOS. That's why it's been voted hot,checked also against pricespy. Now in stock at Hughes,but don't know how much they charge for delivery under £ some people might still prefere Argos,for some pennies more,as they have also stores to go for complaining or returns etc..(of course after lockdown will be ended). Here we go cheaper for you:


Ink cost is really putting me off this. Cheapest I can find is £25 -


Why is this hot? It’s £49.99 on lots of sites according to Pricerunner. Even £44.99 at a couple.


Link takes me to Epson 29XL multipack but the XP-3100 takes the 603 ink (starfish design) and a full set costs between £20-£30

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