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Canon Pixma MG2550S All in One USB PictBridge Printer - £24.99 at Argos (Free collection)
Posted 4th JulPosted 4th Jul
Back in stock, hope it helps. Printer: Compatible with PC and Mac. A4 print speed - black text: 8ppm (pages per minute). A4 print speed - colour text: 4ppm (pages per minute… Read more

Just buy compatible ink it costs like 6-10 pounds.


I have a MG4250, the ink is £25 - £40. Basically price of a new printer every time. It's crazy.


Wby cant you buy basic printers anymore? I don't want the bulk of scanner copier. Best i ever had was pixma Ip4300 with 5 inks. Nothing like it now.


Good luck! Let us know what you go with!


Can anyone recommend canon TS5050 or MG5750 there are lot of cheap compatibles around?

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £34.99 at Currys PC World
Posted 3rd JulPosted 3rd Jul
Technical specifications for CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer OVERVIEW Type Home printer Function - Print - Copy - Scan Print technology Inkjet Display 1.49” … Read more
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My instant ink from HP , has expired, can I buy compatible cartridges and use them ? HP envy 6220. (y)


I'm a bit late saying this for you, but for others' benefit Which? magazine gave this printer 39% (anything under 40% gets a 'Don't Buy' label) when they tested it back in November 2017. They reviewed the MG2550 ( in September 2016 and gave it 64% (need 70% for a 'Best Buy' but still pretty good). I've been looking out for a printer for a while and they've all been out of stock, but have just bought the MG2550, not too bad for £25 (will be for scanning and occasional printing (prob black and white text mainly).


TS5050 should be better than this and compatbile refills are cheap as chips.


Yeah, Canon printers have went all to hell. Last one I had I gave away - if only Laser printers did printing on DVD/cd's


Ahh yeah something similar happened to me as well when I went downstairs with my phone. I wrongly thought once it had started printing it'd be okay but seems I had to keep my phone within range

MONO Epson EcoTank ET-M1100 Inkjet Printer with Refillable Ink Tank - £85.47 @ Amazon
Posted 27th JunPosted 27th Jun
Seen one or two people after ink tank printers (never heard of them before, learning all the time) so thought I would post this one in case it is any good and of use to someone. N… Read more

It was nice that you didn't take offence like so many people do these days!


Just done pretty much this, got an et-2720, game changer. WiFi printing iOS printing and MASSIVE amounts of ink


Epson was better than hp since like 10 15 years ago if u ask me.


Can't see there is a lot of point in a mono inkjet printer is there? Unless you want to print black and white photos I can't see a case where lasers aren't both cheaper to buy in the first place and cheaper to run (and faster). If you print a lot then a laser will still be far cheaper, if you don't print a lot then a laser will avoid the associated ink drying out problems.


So manufactures integrated the continuous ink supply system upfront rather than an upgrade? I paid 30-40 for Epson r430; assuming ciss haven’t shot up it’s out still cheaper and more versatile to retro fit? (I have laser now and never having to deal with maintenance Etc is all I care about)

HP OfficeJet Pro 8024 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax for £91.99 @ eBay / Currys
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Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
Lowest price at the moment when you use the code PRICE8 Great to have the 3 month trial with it. Product Key Features Black Print Speed 20 ppm Image Sensor Contact … Read more

i agree they are out of stock at the moment, i bought them in Feb, only 4 months ago. what i said is do a bit of digging, there's compatible ones out there and ways around the firmware. Buy from amazon, if the supplier says compatible, you can send them back, i had to send a officeworld set back because of this. if you want to save money, just do a bit of investigation


The cartridges (HP 912) for these printers are not available yet in either Remanufactured or Compatible form. The range itself has been out the best part of a year, so don't expect cheap cartridges anytime soon. Regarding the HP 7720 mentioned above by @smithers1874 - Updates happen every few months and manufacturers have to reprogramme chips every time there's a change... Current working version is v9.


Printers either cost bazillions now or are rare as hen's teeth.


there is indeed a way to get round it. you could disable the firmware updates on your printer but i didn't so did this and this worked have a 7720 and first set of cartridges didn't work. i then went to these guys and they work fine on my HP just do a bit of digging


HP also push out firmware to their printers that block non-HP ink. No way to disable. Look up "dynamic security feature"

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HP ENVY Photo 7830 All-in-One Wireless Printer, HP Instant Ink Compatible with 4 Months Trial, Black - £111.99 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
This appears to be a deal as currently £153 at Amazon and cheapest I saw elsewhere was around £137. Includes a 2 year John Lewis guarantee and free standard delivery. I bought on… Read more

Im lucky then I had to chase once and they give me 1 month free as goodwill, you should ask for free months next time for all the hassle


ive also been on about 2 years, printer always online. it always runs out of ink and they never send a new one. i have to actually chase support to say send a new cartridge and then i swap and it works again. getting hold of support is a complete nightmare, all automated replies.


Im using instant ink for 3 years never have any problem, your printer need to be connected to the Internet al the time, as soon I install new cartridge they ship new one same day,


just dont get instant ink, total turd of a service, never knows how much ink you have, awful comms to actually request more ink. end up just going to shop anyway to buy what you need when needed.


Not in stock online or in local stores near Bristol.

HP 9015, Officejet Pro - £119.99 plus £50 cashback + free delivery @ Staples
Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Good quality printer which turns into a real bargain after the £50 cashback. I have done one of these deals before and it worked out well. This all-in-one printer from HP can c… Read more

whats the 15% code??


This is now down to £112.79 randomly Also found a working 15% off code! :) After cashback will be around £45!!


I've have received an email from Staples stating: "Our vendor has confirmed the ETA for the below item is Monday 13th July." But is it worth the wait hmmm?


what a nightmare of a company, would never buy from them again. No cancellation until they contacted the vendor, no delivery date given, no call backs as promised, grrrrrrr


Great deal plus sign up for newsletter and get 10% off,so got this printer for £101 then there’s Cashback £50....

HP Smart Tank Plus 555 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (Free 3 year warranty extension and £20 possible cashback) £152.99 @ Currys ebay
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Seems a good deal for an Ink tank printer where you just refill using ink bottles. original £199 reduced to £169 and when using ebay code PANORAMA reduces it to £152.99. If you go … Read more

Yes this is the point im trying to make with these ink tank machines they aren't made at a loss as their is very little incentive for the manufacturer in doing that, where as your standard inkjet they will practically give away to you so they can make money from the catridge sales.


I suppose non ink tank machines have greater subsidies as they make money on the inks. Here, there is less incentive /need to buy ink frequently.


Couldn’t answer the question. I have an Epson Ink Tank printer :)


Do you not find the HP photos are dark though?


Managed to find one ink tank machine that does duplex the canon megatank G5050 currently £199 at Argos maybe worth keeping an eye on as normally £250-£300.

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print) £31.49 deliverd @ Currys / eBay
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Use the code PANORAMA and the price is £31.49 delivered Condition: New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging Model: TS31… Read more

Inkjets are such a pain, I find the more of the ink dries up than ever reaches the paper, any moderate level of printing you may as well go for a laser - even a mono laser (who really needs colour - printing photos at home is ridiculously expensive compared to just ordering prints online). And if you only print occasionally then surely the HP Instant ink deal is better value - ie 15 pages per month is completely free, 50 pages a month is just £1.99


So nearly went for that, but it doesn't even have automatic double-sided printing. The ink thing is great, but would be so annoying trying to manually print on both sides.


Bought a dud Epson from FB Marketplace for £15, so been looking for an alternative. This’ll do nicely!


So tempted by this as an option for printing kids school work etc, don't need it often. Don't want to waste £30 on it if its junk though. Being able to refiill the inks is good but can't be bothered putting up with an "error, low ink" every time I use it if thats what it might do. Also tempted by the CANON PIXMA TS5051 which has separate colour ink tanks and is quite cheap and compatibles easily available, but the reviews on it are terrible.


If you can afford it (they are more pricey upfront, but cheaper in the long run) I'd recommend getting a laser jet. Problem I've always had with Inkjet printers is that if they are not used regularly the heads dry up and you end up wasting ink / time trying to clear them. Not an issue with laser jet printers

HP ENVY x360 13.3'' 2 in 1- AMD Ryzen 5 4500U, 256 GB SSD, 8GB RAM £739.99 @ Currys eBay
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Very tempted but want this in 4k for me... Specifications Brand: HP Model: ENVY x360 13.3" 2 in 1 Laptop - AMD Ryzen 5, 256 GB SSD, Black MPN: 2S895EA#ABU Audio connections: … Read more

Received the laptop today. Delivery time is less than 24 hours! Cannot comment on overheating. The fan seems to be louder than my dell latitude, but acceptable. The screen has good color, viewing angle and brightness. The Pen comes with the laptop works fine. Didn't do battery test, but at 49% the laptop reports 7 hours of remaining battery time. On lenovo site, c740 gets better reviews than c640, and only £50 more expensive before discount. Maybe that is better choice. My son needs a lighter 13inch to carry every day though.


Just use my son's school email address to sign up an account.


Can you share you opinion about the device mate? I've heard so many award things (like overheating, noicy fan etc). Thanks


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Canon pixma mg3650s wireless £29.99 @ Argos (Free C&C / £3.95 Delivery)
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Was looking for printer came across this. Compact and affordable, this All-In-One delivers superb borderless photos and crisp, sharp documents. Seamless links to the cloud and s… Read more

Cheap printer needed, light work.


This is not available in any stores


I've been using this for many years, good for photo printing


Seems a decent deal. Just realised the one that was on amazon had no WiFi built in where as the one your considering does. The ET-M1120 seems a good deal for £117 and the ink refill is cheap, think it would work out more cost effective than buying a laser printer too. I've gone for the deal i posted yesterday HP Smart Ink Tank Plus 555 All in one colour printer works out at £132 if HP pay out the £20 cashback which they usually do. Ink included claims to do upto 12,000 black pages and 8,000 colour pages.


Thanks! They have the EPSON Mono EcoTank ET-M1120 £170 to £130 on their site, and £117 with ebay 10% off code. It is the one up from yours, should i bite??

Epson Expression ET-2650 Ecotank All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £159.99 / Epson EcoTank ET-2600 £139.99 @ Ryman (£3.95 Postage)
Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
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Epson Expression ET-2650 out of stock but Epson EcoTank ET-2600 still available for £142.95 delivered…ter
NOTE There is a cheaper one ET -2600 at £139 - link in next comment - I think its worth paying £20 extra as this version supports airprint from mobiles and has an LCD Screen. But i… Read more

This is £144 now plus postage £3.95


I decided to go with the ET 2710 and will just go to boots or Tesco etc to print photos


got this printer, it is literally amazing for the amount u can print from the tank... for photos it is mediocre at best, def fine for quick snapshot representations, but colours are all over thd show if you wanted to use seriously, which i appreciate you prob would not with this. Graphics and text are pretty much perfect.


2750 has auto duplex and supports airprint without app, model numbers below this dont. anyone know of a similar deal going?


My printer is what I meant. Closer to 50, similar to set or just black ink iirc.

EPSON EcoTank ET-2720 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £179.99 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
I've been after a decent printer that allows me to print as cheaply as possible given the entire family is at home with school and work. This seems to have decent spec, good revie… Read more

I'm not sure I have not seen. It should be in theory as the dpi rating is higher than the HP. I read a lot of issues with connectivity with the Epsons that is what put me off


Do you think EPSON EcoTank ET-2720 is better for photos?


No problem, I just printed another photo that I have been looking to print for a while of my 2 daughters and it has printed very well. For the £140 I got the printer for I am very pleased overall


Thanks for checking this.


I just tried from my laptop with a very tricky lowlight photo. Results were pretty good but not great. Also I'm not using hp photo paper which is recommended. I would say if your looking for a printer for documents with occasional photos it's a good option. If you are looking for predominantly a photo printer then you need to look elsewhere.

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys

Is this better than ts5050?


Cheers for the help. I would like to print pictures too.


I went for a HP 5010 due to the HP instant ink deal which is coming to and end. It prints pictures too dark for my liking so trying to find something else. Sorry


What printer would you recommend chief? What printer would you recommend boss?


What printer would you recommend boss?

HP ENVY Photo 7830 All in One Wireless Printer - £89.98 delivered from Costco
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
I've been looking for a reasonably priced printer scanner, and this seems to fit the bill for moderate use at home. We print 30-40 pages a month, so the ink lasts quite a while. M… Read more

Check out the Argos reviews too. Some people are successful in getting 12months in the end from HP. I tried and failed.


Yes but you don't actually get 12months. The box comes with 3months printed on the box and a £4 voucher inside. That is from Argos


Unfortunately looks like just run out of stock (annoyed)


This is what I am seeing, same for you?

caron No gone now but they do have Cashbqck on other printers maybe worth searching to see what deals and cash back combine

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer - £47.49 at Currys ebay
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Bargain if you lucky enough to get one 5% off too be quick





I also have this, good price for a printer scanner, the BIG problem is if you purchase Canon Ink it is nearly as much as the MG5750 COMPLETE with ink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Which? might be outdated, or they might not feel comfortable directly recommending unbranded ink, I dunno. I guess they have to be upfront about the genuine Canon ink costs. I read this review and bought this printer based off it, because printing speed makes no difference to me and Internet Ink sells a refill pack for £13ish which is ideal.


OOS now

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, £34.99 at Currys/ebay (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print)
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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

Great deal but out of stock now unfortunately.


I’ve used refillable cartridges for years & literally saved £100’s. Initial outlay approx £30 to £40 for a set of refillable tanks, syringes & inks. Probably takes 5 to 10 mins to refill them. Worth investing in a box of latex gloves to keep the ink off your hands. Occasionally get the ‘ink tank not recognised’ message, but just switch off the printer, remove the cartridges, wipe down the contacts & put them back on an hour later & always works for me.


In general manufacturers cartridge packs works out at £800 or more per litre There are "refill your own" systems.For instance Worth doing some research.


Having not owned one for a few years, are inkjet printers still a massive pain if you don't print often? Clogged heads, ink-intensive cleaning cycles, strange printed lines... They're so much cheaper and smaller than laser printers.


Just search on amazon or eBay with the printer model numbers of each and you’ll get your answer, on average on the TS5051 the carts are £7 for 5pk, didn’t look for this printer in the OP as they’re gonna be more expensive in the long run since there’s one singular colour ink cart rather than individual colours. Usually if the printer is a lot cheaper it’s because you can’t get compatible cartridges and the manufacturer will take a hit on the price of the printer and make it back from the ink sales

HP OfficeJet 6950 All in One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax with Free 2 Month Instant Ink Trial £79.99 + £3.50 at Ryman
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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

Can you send me? :)


/rGWFG For free inc month


Thanks for your help


I looked at this link which suggests how you can either downgrade, or a trick to wipe the printer and restart an instant ink deal, looks like there is a work around for people who have purchased a used printer


I think you can cancel and resign up because annoyingly instant ink won't let you downgrade but I read online if you cancel you can resign up and drop down the the free account, but I havnt tried it, weather you have to change email I'm unsure. You have to put the code in when you first sign up, as I seem to remeber you do the referral link first then add another code, can't remeber how many you can add but good to try a few combos to see what gives you the max number of months!

HP ENVY Photo 7134 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 9 month free trial of HP Instant Ink £89.99 @ Currys
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
9 month free trial of HP Instant InkWiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud PrintUp to 14 prints per minuteAutomatic double-sided printingPhoto paper tray Colour print, scan, and cop… Read more

Try If you can't enrol go with 300 page plan and there should be option to upgrade after registration.


Hi ...I can’t enroll into 700 pages per month Only showing 15-50-100-300


The ink arrives when the cartridges are at about 25% so not ran out here yet! :)


How long does it usually take HP to send more ink if you are low?


Previous HP printer I purchased 5050, had 12 months ink free and 50 cash back and was reduced!

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
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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)



BROTHER DCPJ1100DW All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer DAMAGED BOX £125.99 at currys_clearance eBay
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BROTHER DCPJ1100DW All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer DAMAGED BOX £125.99 at currys_clearance eBay
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Been looking for a new printer whilst working from home with the kids and found this one on Curry's ebay with a damaged box. Original price is £269. Expensive everywhere else i loo… Read more



Looks like a Betamax video player :p

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