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HP Neverstop Laser Printer 1202nw MFP with 5,000 Pages of Toner Inbox - Used Like New - £149.27 (Amazon Prime warehouse)
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Posted 23rd JulPosted 23rd Jul
Last two in stock. You have to check the 'New & Used' listings for the deal. Ensure you are checking the availability through the ‘Other sellers’ list I’m not able to get… Read more

by the way i paid for very good condition 140£


thanks got 1 even after it was expired so if someone is after 1 still look for it :)


"last one in stock" .... They sent the rest to landfill

Brother MFC-L2710DN Mono Laser Printer £114.90 at Cartridge People
Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
Brother MFC-L2710DN Mono Laser Printer Description This Brother MFC-L2710DN can be bought for an exceptionally low price from Cartridge People today and next day delivery is availa… Read more

I am in the same boat - have an Epson for cheap everyday printing with those ink bottles, but need a duplex scanner. I tried the HP OJ 925 but the scans come out skewed, it’s a known issue with HP and manifests in the new ‘+’ models too. Not looking to spend much, around £150 mark max and I was tempted to just rebut the OJ 925 when it was around that price last month…


I've got the (presumably older) MFC-L2700DW and that's been fine. Brother lasers tend to have toner and drums as separate units so toners can be very cheap indeed if using compatibles but you'll need to factor in a drum replacement every so often - again usually available as a compatible. MFC in the model name means this has fax function as well as print/scan/copy. The DN suffix means duplexing (usually print-only) and with wired network. Duplex scanning tends to only be found on much more expensive models and I'd be all over this if it had it but it doesn't.


Ethernet specs for this are 10Base-T/100Base-TX. The DN suffix usually means duplex plus a networking port (ethernet).


Seems a reasonable price for a laser, although worth noting doesn't have wi-fi, and neither have I seen any Ethernet interface specs (assuming for the moment t hasn't got one but happy to be corrected!) third party toner cartridges don't seem "deadly" and laser printers don't "dry out" like inkjets - running costs are usually far lower over an extended period of time. Wouldn't be my first choice, but not a bad second one and really useful if you occasionally need to print larger volumes of monochrome documents.

HP Colour LaserJet Pro M454dw Printer, White £173.03 Amazon Warehouse Used Very Good Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
Seems like a decent deal for a laser printer but only a couple left in stock. Cheapest price on pricespy was £206 over the last 12 months. Features & details Print only, buil… Read more

We bought one of these printers as our old inkjet had died. Ours was listed as 'like new' so slightly more than this price. Probably worth considering why it was in warehouse in the first place before purchase. Our printer was missing all the toner. Someone had obviously bought it, removed the expensive toner, and then returned it to Amazon. It's more expensive than the printer to buy the original HP toner it came with so it's going back to Amazon where it will probably be destroyed. The whole thing seems an incredible waste of the world's resources (fierce)


£95 on Amazon


Usually £100+ for toner anyway but last forever


those were compatible. originals are £330 a set....


What if you get compatible toner cartridges?

Brother MFC-L3710CW Colour Laser Printer - All-in-One, Wireless/USB 2.0, £274 Dispatched from and sold by Printerland Amazon
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Posted 20th JunPosted 20th Jun
This is the cheapest you can get for Brother All in one wireless colour printer.

Those reviews are from last year or more and recent firmware in May I not noticed any issues with toners but it's only June. That last review, I bet they had the print set to colour in the driver which will use the colour toners even if the document is mono only. I have one driver set as mono (default) and one as colour which makes toners last longer.


How long have you had yours? - it sounds like this "feature" was introduced in a relatively recent firmware update


Those reviews are not accurate.


The first two reviews on the Amazon page for this Brother printer from the same range suggest otherwise:


Looks like printer prices gone through roof. I got brother LC8690 just before covid hit for £273 with £100 cashback. It's beast but very good printer

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Brother HL-1112 Mono Laser Printer, £59.99 (Free click and collect) at Argos
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Decent printer, now back in stock. This Brother HL-1112 Laser Printer offers you speed and great quality. This laser printer has an A4 print speed of 20ppm, a 150 sheet paper ca… Read more

Did not mean to purchase it on top of the Printer but maybe you still have one at home which you don’t use


The Pi needs skill and knowledge and a higher cost. The Apple Airport Express can be picked up for about £10-£15 and the app takes a few clicks. The Pi is the much better solution, but is a little more expensive and takes some skill. I didn’t mean to be strange!


I am astounded that this is still being sold at this price, got mine for free per chance some 6 years ago or so. Have it hooked up to the NAS to network but it required a special CUPS setup, for those not super into messing about with docker and don't have a spare raspi, i'd recommend getting one with networking. toner still going strong though.


Had one of these for 5 years only on my second cartridge they last forever. I use value supermarket paper and never had issues with smudged ink either.


For those that have problems with toner smudging on these or any other (decent branded) laser printer. Either the fuser in your printer is faulty (the paper should come out very warm, if not, it's faulty) or you're using the wrong paper. Same if your paper curls. Domestic laser printers require uncoated paper (the thinner the better) to work effectively and with longevity. Copier paper is best. Supermarket "Value" paper is usually fine. Printer paper is a no no. For those who want wireless / faster / colour. I wouldn't hesitate to buy a refurb from a respectable seller and save some money. Even mid range Brother lasers are built for hundreds of thousands of pages and the consumable parts are readily available. Hope this helps someone.