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OKI A4 Colour Laser Printer w/3 Years Warranty £82.99 Delivered @ Box + £20 Cashback Via Trade-in (£62.99 after CB / Selected printers)
Found 13 h, 1 m agoFound 13 h, 1 m ago
Decent trade-in offer on this, working out at £62.99 once you've claimed your cashback. Even without a trade-in it's pretty good with the 3 year warranty. I've had a laser printer … Read more

Good deal however i would choose a Kyocera printer - their printers have had good reviews on being really cheap in low total cost of ownership (the refills arent costly) and the most reliable copiers in the market. Ive had mine for over year and very impressed. I got my kyocera on a 3 year warranty not sure if it does it still. You can choose cashback too if there is a deal


Inkjets don't cost 'waaaaaaaaay less to run'... regardless of whether you buy 'the right one' or not.


We have the OKI 321DN - Had it 4 years now and it's never missed a beat. If you only print occasionally then Ink Jets dry up, this will just go forever. Not great for photo's but we just get them printed at boots or tesco for a few pence each. We paid £26 for the last lot of toners. depends what you're printing I guess.


Looks OK, but you are comparing OEM price with 3rd party, possibly recycled prices from an almost unknown supplier. The printer is a bargain, but TBH, pictures done by a laser printer arent anywhere near as good as a decent inkjet, and the inkjet is going to cost waaaaaaaaay less to run. - if you buy the right one.


Amazon has some at £32.90:

HP M102w LaserJet Mono Pro Printer £78.10 at AMAZON UK
Found 22nd OctFound 22nd Oct
Decent price — was previously posted at £86.44. B&W only. Up to 23 ppm (black) Features Wireless; Mobile printing capability: Apple AirPrint; HP ePrint; Google Cloud Print… Read more

I believe so, yes!


Is cashbck available on this?


They exist (see Amazon, eBay, etc), so I'd assume they would be accepted. No guarantees of course, and it might void your warranty.


Does anyone know if this one would accept any non-original toner?

HP LaserJet Pro M130nw Black & White Wireless Multifunction Printer £109 @ HP (+ £50 cashback) **NO REFERRALS**
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
£50 cashback direct from HP, possibly 8% Quidco too, free delivery included. Cheap little printer /scanner for home that's network capable.

Bought, thanks OP. Let's see how the cashback pans out -whether HP make life difficult or pay up without issue. Some useful links for reference: Cashback claim page: T&C's:

mcrobbj I bought from John Lewis for 20 more on the basis that they would pricematch and they didnt so I just sent it back. It was for my Dad, who said that he didnt want anyway (this was after him bitching about his current printer). I think the ink is expensive, even compatable, but I imagine it will come down I have a older model on a similar deal and the compatables are pretty reasonable.


This isn't the only HP printer giving cash back. List here:


Can you advise which model this would be? Would be helpful in deciding whether to go for this deal or to wait for the colour one to go on promotion. Cheers.


I'd say that it doesn't do double sided (duplex). HP have a rough convention of adding letters at the end of the model number to indicate certain features. d = duplex w = WiFi n = network port f = fax etc

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HP M102w LaserJet Pro Wireless Mono Laser Printer £86.44 (£46.44 after Cashback) @ Ebuyer
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Thought this was a really good deal for a wireless Laser printer. Mono laser printer Print speed up to 23 ppm Wireless and Apple AirPrint capable 600 x 600 dpi Comes with a… Read more

One thing to consider is the price for a Laser Printer is low because they make there profits from the consumables. This model for instance comes with a only 700 page toner cartridge but a higher yield HP 17A Black Original LaserJet Toner Cartridge (CF217A) 1600 pages for around £50 can be bought. 500 to 1500 page is the recommended monthly volume with a monthly max of 10000. It also has another consumable, CF219A Image drum cartridge, which will run for 12,000 pages and will cost around £60 to replace. Obviously "compatible" refurbished supplies can be bought a little cheaper but they will invalidate the warranty if you need a repair. The event logs keep a record of " Non - HP" cartridges inserted. As Big Brother says" YOU DECIDE".... (y)


nice printer...posted for less than £10 previously

Ricoh SP211 Mono Laser Printer £19.99 - includes 700 page cartridge + Free delivery @ Box
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Doubt will last long, 2 year warranty & free delivery at checkout, Compact enough to fit on a desktop, and so quiet it goes unnoticed, the Ricoh SP 211 Mono Laser Printer is… Read more
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Like i have said i use a dell colour laser with non genuine as a workhorse printer but for anything i need to send to customers i use maxify with proper ink. The quality between genuine and non is def noticeable. Try printing on photo paper with real vs copy and you will see the difference. I may look at the ecotank or similar refillable next time.


I hear you but as I only use recon/refilled ink cartridges now & I have never had issue with print quality or machine damage I can only comment on my experiences. I even refilled my own for a while but it was too time consuming & messy for my liking... lol Prices for originals are shocking for what they cost to produce but it’s a necessary item so we are captive users 🤪😫


not true at all. Every one who uses copy inks know and accept the print quality is lower and in a lot of cases don't work and in the extreme like my canon maxify if you use copy inks the machine shuts down and needs an engineer reset. I'm not a fan of genuine inks either btw, i think they are an absolute rip off, but they are not like for like. Always lower quality. I know i use both and i also know this machine as i have one. (not used, failed long ago)


Only difference between the cartridges is literally the packaging & the price. The ink is exactly the same 🤪 (y) Ink factory reuse genuine cartridge cases & repackage them with their own labels. You used to be able to get a discount on your next purchase if you sent them your old cartridges. Trainers can be a different kettle of fish but if you research them you will probably find they are all made in the same tiny sweat shop, in a 3rd world country, where they are made for pennies & they can pay staff a pittance while charging people a fortune for a ‘branded’ item. My Adidas trainers gave up the ghost long before my cheaper ‘unbranded’ ones & the ‘unbranded’ ones were worn more :o


Mine arrived already too, speedy delivery!

60 x 500 (12 boxes) A4 Paper Reams for £1.90 each OR 30 x 500 (6 boxes) A4 Paper Reams for £2.03 - Next Day FREE delivery @ Staples
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Double discount deal! Used to get Xerox A4 Expert Printing Paper, but it has crept up over the last 2 months to a over £4 a ream, even in bulk! So got some of this to try and was v… Read more

Has anybody ordered with both codes and got them delivered?


Posted already (highfive)


Thanks for this, £2.99 Quidco tracked as well


office outlet currently have a box of 2500 sheets at £11.22 per box if you buy 4 boxes ( inc vat ) . So £2.24 per ream . Delivery is free Its the best price currently ( unless someone else knows better ) click here for link


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Brother MFC9330CDW All-In-One Colour Laser Printer £13.78 delivered at Staples
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
12-15 days delivery. Very very cheap.....lets see.... A different model also available for a few pence more

The amount taken is not showing my my credit card anymore? It was showing as pending. It's still showing as pending on my PayPal account. Still got to wait?


We tried, at least they emailed us


Just got cancellation email


Cancellation email received today


We’re writing to notify you of a pricing issue that has been identified on item 223317685 Brother MFC9330CDW All-In-One Colour Laser Printer. Due to a technical issue the price of this item was shown on our website as £8.58 Exc VAT for a short time. The correct price for this item is £199.99 Exc VAT.

SAMSUNG Xpress C480FW, Laser Multifunction Printer, Colour, WiFi, NFC £137.47 with code stack @ staples
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
20% off Orders at Staples w/code 299000579 20% off Orders at Staples w/code 299000578 Copy documents, print and scan with this adaptable Samsung C480FW all-in-one laser printer. Read more

I have the HP 277 multifunction colour laser printer scanner... there are generic replacements are available online at a significantly less cost than HP brand. But cost of new cartridges is due to the drums bring integrated with the ink? Is that correct for this Samsung and or cannon?


I've got the earlier 460FW and it's been ok for small business use, cartridges are not cheap and the imaging drum needed replacing and then the fuser was running out... I found out how to reset the warning and the fuser unit has been working for 18 months after it should have been replaced so you can ignore the warnings if you find out how to perform a reset. I'd say this isn't a bad price for what it is, factoring in consumable costs.


I have also ordered the Canon from this morning, from experience we have a previous version of the Canon and it works well but cheaper to buy new printer than replacing the cartridges, sell old one on eBay. Samsung colour printer laster was troublesome, the Brother colour laser we have is good & reliable and the toner refills are so easy and cheap.


I just bought the canon one posted here this morning. Can someone recommend this or canon please.?


no its not a bad deal, don't know why its cold

Brother DCP-L8410CDW Colour Laser Printer and claim £75 Cashback AND 3 Years Warranty, £263.33  free delivery Leo Office Supplies
31/10/2018Expires on 31/10/2018Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Special Offer - Purchase the Brother DCP-L8410CDW Printer and claim £75 Cashback AND 3 Years Warranty, click here for more information. £263.33 - £75 = £188.33 May cost a little… Read more
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Came here looking for a brother and left with a lesson in subtraction (lol)


Also compatible toner for 38-40 pounds on ebay


The more expensive model is 289 - 100 cash back. Makes it 189. I bought it from ebay printer land couple days ago when ebay had 10% off ended up paying 159


1) 263.33 - 75 = 188.33 2) 255.22 - 75 - 1.53 = 178.69 188.33 > 178.69 First option cost more for 9.64


Toner £80 for 6500 page yield colour and black Cashback claim £75 Brother web page for printer

Canon i-SENSYS MF635Cx All-in-One Colour Laser Printer, Wireless, A4 £175.87 with code stack (£105.87 after canon cashback) @ staples
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
20% off Orders at Staples w/code 299000579 20% off Orders at Staples w/code 299000578 Expect simple and easy operation and high-quality performance from this 18 ppm colour multifu… Read more

I was thinking the same think let them keep my money until they realise how old the order is


I would contact them as several people on here still have their status as "processing" but have been cancelled. When I spoke to cs apparently the status "processing" doesn't actually mean anything until they have dispatched the order, in my case it was cancelled and as they said the order will not advance and will eventually change to cancelled.


Same here, still processing but with an updated delivery date of the 25th. Let's wait and see what happens, Staples cannot use the excuse it's no longer available as they continue to have it listed.


My orders still in processing. Haven’t bothered contacting again yet, just going to hold on to the order until I get chance I am now looking for a new printer though.


In process..did make a claim

Samsung M2026W WI-FI MonoLaser Printer £46.99 w/codes @ staples
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
20% off w/code 299000578 20% off w/code 299000579

Staples codes still working, thanks for posting the deal :-)


Try these together 20% off 299000578, £10 off when you spend £50 299000538, comes down to £52 though


Code is no longer stacking on Staples.


I bought the wifi version last week and set it up so that the printer automatically connects to my wifi network. My wife used the printer for the first time last night and we both couldn't believe how well it worked. - I took the printer out of the cupboard - Plugged it in. Turned it on. - My wife brought up an email on her phone (her phone had never used the printer before and indeed she'd never printed anything from her phone before) - She clicked print. The printer appeared automatically in the list of options. She selected it and pressed print. - Boom. It printed. No software to install, no setup, nothing. She couldn't believe how easy it was. Now, I know that *in theory*, printing should be that easy, but as y'all know, it never, ever is. Dead impressed with this printer and would definitely recommend.


With the wireless version you can, i have had problems with windows 10 and this printer but my mac and iphone just detect it straight away and print using airprint no problem, dont even need an app to print from iphone. This is all locally tho, no idea about remote printing as i don't use that. My android phone needs the app to print so no native support there.

HP OfficeJet Pro 7720, Wide Format, All-in-One Colour Printer, A3 £83.71 with code stack (£63.71 after cashback) @ staples
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
20% off Orders at Staples w/code 299000579 20% off Orders at Staples w/code 299000578 It says A4 on their website but I think this is A3 The HP Officejet Pro 7720 All-in-One Colo… Read more

Yes they should refund and pay return postage because the item is not as described, or maybe he can just decline the delivery


My friend has one. It's definitely not a laser. Hope this helps.


it says thats its A4 on staples website and that its laser when it isnt, thats what the person is talking about, i only posted this deal because i thought it was laser, this other deal is far better


You do realise that an A3 printer can print A4, don't you?


Read the data sheet...

Canon i-SENSYS LBP611Cn Colour Laser Printer, Wireless, A4 £103.85 w/codes (£63.85 after Canon cashback) @ Staples UK
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
20% off 299000578 £20 off £80 299000555 A reliable, compact and rapid single-function colour laser printer that’s ideal for use at home and in small offices. The Canon i-SENSYS L… Read more

Many thanks, just signed up for this, as well as the £40 cashback. The only T+C of the cashback that looked worrying was the "not valid with any other promotion" (except the 3 years bolt-on above) as on the Staples receipt, it lists the 2x20% off codes as Promotion discount.


We'll, an added extra for you, and anyone else that's already purchased ... Claim an extra bolt-on promotion, 3 years warranty!


Mine arrived today, order still says processing though. When ordering it said 9-15 days delivery, arrived in 48 hours. Used the stacking codes. Many thanks OP


i know what you mean the cashback deal is still on until january but this particular printer is no longer listed at staples, usually then you have to grey it out, ive un-greyed it out for now


Link to get deal now greyed out, but deals continue until January 2019? Still available elsewhere though, and on more than just this one Canon, plus claim up to £100 cashback on selected other Canon printers and bonus £10 cashback when bought with Canon Ink or Toner. Deal should not be greyed out :(

Brother MFC-9140CDN All-In-One Colour Laser Printer - Amazon reduced to £207.59
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Save time with high speed 22 ppm mono/colour printing Save paper with automatic two-sided printing as standard Flexible paper handling with 250 sheet paper capacity and single sh… Read more
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there is only one point i am making. £275 is a rip off, quite simple. As for the ferrari tyres there are lots of brands you could use. Ferrari don't specify a brand. Also you are years behind the times if you think remould tyres can't be used on high performance cars. You can get V rated remoulds safe up to up to 149mph (twice the uk speed limit) Tell me, what are the "manufacturers standards" and where do the copy toners fall short. What exactly is the problem with copy toners? Also please tell me why my printer will shut down if i use the "wrong" toner surely it should be my choice to use whatever toner i like. If you put remoulds on a ferrari the car won't shut down will it?


You are missing the point here.... the printer manufacturers DO NOT APPROVE the use of refurbished refilled toners because they don't meet the manufacturers standards. So the car examples that you use are irrelevant. Yes you can buy any tyres you like for a Ferrari but the point is, after spending so much for the car, you wouldn't unless you are a complete idiot... remolds used in my analogy, would NOT meet any quoted standard or be suitable for the performance and speeds that a Ferrari would put on the tyres and you would probably end up with a wrecked car.. all for the sake of saving a few pounds on cheap tyres... Are you starting to see what I'm pointing out?


have to disagree i'm afraid. You can buy any tyres you like for a ferrari as you can with any car. Also with any car your warranty is valid as long as the parts you use meet the quoted standard. So you can put any fuel in your car, any oil in your car, any brake pads etc as long as the meet a standard. Why is it that my canon printer will shut down if i put non canon ink in it? That goes even beyond invalidating warranty. If you bought a ford and went to halfords instead of ford for your oil do you think that would invalidate your warranty, nope, no chance, you wouldn't stand for it..


I agree, I appears to be a rip off but the manufacturers (I work for the largest global Print provider) make their profits from the consumables not the sale of the actual print device. That's the reason that the cost of printers has become so low for the smaller desktops. For the larger enterprise and business printers the customer usually takes out an extended service pack but that also requires the customer to use ONLY genuine supplies. Those devices are expensive so damage caused by refurbished supplies and maintenance parts would be a very expensive repair as they are not covered under the warranty. You wouldn't buy cheap remolds for a Ferrari so the same applies here on a smaller scale.


Manufacturers are "holding a gun to your head" by voiding warranty if you use non genuine toners. So if you want a warranty it isn't "your choice" to buy or not. If someone is just buying their "first ever laser" then it is hard for them to make an inform argument as they cannot qualify their argument "most of us are happy" as they have never actually used a copy cartridge in a laser printer. I myself have used laser and inkjet as i do now and 100% can say copy inks are not as good quality (sometimes failing all together) and i am still of the opinion that £275 is over priced for four toners in a machine selling for £207.

Brother DCP-9020CDW All-In-One Colour Laser Printer - Amazon reduced to £189.99
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Save time with fast 18 ppm mono/colour printing Save paper with automatic two-sided printing as standard Flexible paper handling with 250 sheet paper capacity and single sheet by… Read more
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paid £30 for one of these 2 years ago on gumtree :D


Compatible toners for brother are some of the cheapest for colour laser printers. A set of 4 colours are for £24.20 on ebay: Each compatible colour will print approx 2400-2500 pages based on 5% coverage.


Think the info you're reading is probably wrong. The official toners for this seem to be the TN241 (1,400 pages) or TN245 (2,200 pages) so look for compatibles for those. I've never seen a toner cartridge that's only good for 40 pages.


Wondering about the toner costs. Found a compatible toner for £11 each color but they only seem to hold enough for 40 pages,therefore 29p a page. Seems expensive to someone used to Inkjets What is the average price per page for a soho laser printer?

HP LaserJet Pro M26NW Wireless multifunction mono laser printer £99.99 @ Argos, reduced by £50 plus £40 cashback from HP
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
I had to buy a printer on the weekend and spotted this in Argos. It’s already reduced by £50 but it also qualifies for a further £40 cashback from HP. £59.99 for a new HP laserje… Read more
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the link is off


For anyone still here, I’ve just had confirmation that my cashback will be paid in the next few days (y)


Absolutely, so long as you print 100pages or less a month that would likely be a better buy HP LaserJet Pro M26NW = up to 1,000 pages for £7 which is 0.7p pence per page (generic/refurbished cartridge) HP LaserJet ProM130nw = up to 1,600 pages for £23 which is 1.44 pence per page (generic/refurbished cartridge) and but just to give you an idea of how cheap printers can be to use... my now ancient and still working LaserJet 2200dn = up to 5,000 pages for £10 which is 0.2 pence per page (generic/refurbished cartridge) and my LaserJet 4050tn = up to 10,000 pages for £10 which is 0.1 pence per page (generic/refurbished cartridge) It is all about weighing off the pros and cons. And no, I would not buy a new printer that doesn't do Apple Airprint/Google Cloud Print.


It is indeed, well spotted!


is this not a better deal? - Much better printer for £4 more Supports airprint and google etc

HP LaserJet Pro M15W Mono Laser Printer £53.99 w/code + £5 Voucher from Argos
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
You can use the £5 Argos voucher to buy some decent paper! £6 off + £5 voucher = £11 discount not bad! Click & Collect is always free! not sure about delivery - try and shar… Read more

about £30 for toner refill it would seem?


You don't need WiFi to show the boarding pass so long as you have already logged in and downloaded it via the app. Or take a screenshot. I do that for some of the reward apps due to poor network coverage in certain shops.




I can see it now... grandma standing at the front of a huge queue at the airport gate, trying to get her giant iPad out of the tiny Ryanair carry on bag, just to not being able to display the ticket because there is no WiFi at the gate. :p


Can't your grandma show her Ryanair tickets on her iPad? instead of faffing about with this none suitable for frequent use printer? I think she should :D Oh, a box of tissue always helps with the eye watering issue! ;(

Brother DCP-1612W Wireless All-in-one Mono Laser Printer @ Argos £75.99
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT With 150 sheet paper tray and optional 1,000 page toner, this wireless all-in-one Mono Laser printer is the economical choice for shared users needing a profess… Read more
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I bought this for someone after seeing this deal but after setting it up for them it doesn't work and is faulty. Every time you try to print anything it says Paper Jam Inside 1 and the paper has jammed and bunched up inside the machine. Clearing the paper jam is of no use, as it immediately does the exact same thing again EVERY time. I was unable to print a single page and had to return it to Argos. I looked online trying to find a solution and there were other people with the exact same fault and no solution. Someone said Brother sent them a different printer as a solution(??). This printer is crap and not fit for purpose - did anyone else get this same problem? Also, the warranty registration documents inside were for Ireland and not the UK. Anyway, I wasted huge amounts of time and energy on this - I would say to AVOID this printer. I was getting exactly the same problem this person had with this printer - identical fault that couldn't be resolved. Their faults also couldn't be resolved. I think this is why it's discounted:


I've got the non wireless version of this, had it about 2 years now. Toner is dirt cheap, no double sided printing and the paper sticks out the front rather than going all teh way in. Cheap simple printing though!


Another thing I forgot to mention: It seems like both these printers can be used with brother's scanning smartphone app. Which means... scanning is possible without needing the integrated scanner (for the other one). Still not sure if it does / does not double sided printing. Going by the model number alone would suggest not. But maybe they plan to release a double sided version, in the future.


Hi there. * Does this printer do double sided printing? * Apart from the scanner, how does this *laser printer* part of this device, compare to this other more expensive one: Because just this morning, I was looking at the 2375DW instead. Thinking: this must be the best one to get eh? Well it's more expensive and does not have the scanner. So I'm in 2 minds now. Also: If this #75 DCP-1612W does not have the double sided printing, then is there a more expensive version of it, that does have the missing feature(s). Like a 'DCP-1612DW', for example? Does such a model exist, as an AIO with the scanner? And how much more does it cost (than this one, on offer at #75). Please let me know. We all understand the the brother ones are the best cheap / small / home / soho mono laser printers to get... but it still remains quite a few different models to choose from.


Plenty of cheap generic toner cartridges available on Ebay @ £6 for one or £8 for two. The downside of this model is that it appears to be not Apple Airprint or Google Cloud Print compatible. So when using an iPhone, iPad or Android device you will likely only be able to print from the Brother iPrint & Scan App. Also worth noting is that the drum unit in this printer is only got for ~ 10,000 pages but is fairly cheap to replace @ < £10.

Brother HL3140CW Color Laser printer - £107.98 @ ebuyer
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Saw that there is a great price on this Colour Laser printer currently at e-buyer, just over £100 for a decent colour laser (with cheap compatible cartridges available) is a bargai… Read more

I pay just thirty odd pound for complete set of ink cartridges and they last me atleast a year


Yup, it's gone up now. The £99 at Amazon was actually sold by Co-op.


I can only find it at £107.99 at Amazon But agree - £99 at Co-op :)


It's £99 delivered at both Amazon and Co-op.


That's typical of Viking, why post pre-vat prices anyway, it's not as if you don't have to pay it even if you're vat registered, you always (with UK traders) pay it upfront.

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