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From ultra-lightweight portable models to sleek laser jets and reliable inkjets, printers come in all shapes and sizes. Whether they are needed for offices, student dissertations or personal photo collections, the latest printer models can be found at big discounts by checking out the hotukdeals printer pages. Read more
CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys PC World
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys

Looking for a super cheap printer to print delivery labels. Any recommendations?


My father purchased this printer a couple of months back. I set it up for him so it could be accessed from laptop and desktop. I can truly say this is the worst ever printer I've used. Clunky, horrible 'feel', terrible user interface, terrible paper feeder. Canon lost their way with this one IMHO


Me too until B203 and even total wash out did not help. As you said 2-3 years.


I would not recommend this printer. Performance printing is good but the paper tray mechanism is without doubt the worst I have ever encountered in any printer, I have had mine replaced 3 times now as I took out the 3 years warranty no quibble replacement... I highly recommend if you do purchase this. ? Then make 100% sure you pay the £ 9 odd for the cover ..or you will without doubt regret it.Concerning the price point? it`s always been around £50-£55 as far as I am concerned. The printer print is OK the .....paper tray abysmal and you will encounter nothing but problems I guarantee. Just serch for this model printer on google concerning it`s paper tray and you will see....shocking is too kind a word to use. :o


They sell printers to do the occasional print that costs an arm and leg in ink. Put chips on cartridges so can not be refilled. Talk about saving the planet.

Epson Ecotank M1100 Mono Printer - up to 5000 pages of Ink £86.59 @ Amazon
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Its a black and white printer, very good vaalue if you print a lot

Your talking crap the only place I have seen Konica Minolta being used in the schools are in the admin department. Most classrooms use laser printers their cheaper to run end of! and maybe next time you get your head checked at the local hospital pay attention and you'll find a large proportion of the printers they are using are HP laser printers.


You've definitely paid attention to printers. A popular brand they use is Konica Minolta printers which are inkjets. A laserjet produces heat and gases which cannot be used. Clearly you have not seen or used one of those printers. The printers on hotukdeals are home printers which are not suitable for high volume printing. High end inkjets are quite fast and your reasoning is not necessarily true for places like them. So your assumption is bs as you have not seen any


What a load of rubbish their is no way inkjet would be economical for schools, office or hospital. All three mainly print in mono and in large quantities hence their preferred choice is Laser. Schools may be tempted to use a colour inkjet ecotank in an Art department where colour laser printers are usually expensive to run but for everyday use they will always go for laser printers as the costs are more economical and they can cope with the demand put on them. Another reason schools are less likely to go for inkjet as well is the summer holidays where printers would not be used for 6 weeks possibly leading to clogging.


Can't see schools using inkjet too slow and not economical enough for them. When I was in 6th Form (joined onto a large secondary with 1500 students) they had about 25 laser prints through out the school mainly Mono ones due to cheap running costs that was back in 2011, I cant see much changing since then. Could see the colour ecotank printers possibly being cost effective in a schools Art department though as I remember the colour laser printers back then costing a fortune to run.


Yeah our printer in work is laser a3 and costs leas than half a penny per page. This is more for home users surely.

Lexmark MC2425adw A4 Colour Multifunction Laser Printer (Ships with 1.4k Black & 750 Page Colour Toners) - £218.40 @ Printerland
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
I've been looking at purchasing a laser printer and came across this. Has a good feature set and toner cartridge prices seem reasonable KEY FEATURES Toner Cartridge Costs 1.8p pe… Read more

My brother recommended that exact printer to me. I might just have to bite the bullet (y)


Went with a Kyocera 5526cdw. Cheap compatibles / refurbished toner most places and if I have to use originals, whilst not cheap, they are amongst the cheapest.


I have looked into them, but I think the issue of clogging up will still occur.


I presume you mean laser rather than inkjet? Which one did you go for in the end?


have you thought about buying 1 of the Epson ECO tanks? they also have some with FREE extended warranty Epson site

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

Want an extra free month when you sign up for Instank ink, please use this code you can also stack the code to get additional free months try the following codes! I got 13 months free when I joined using these combos with the 9 months I got with the printer! FREEINK 3FREEINK HPINSTAINK4U SAVE50PERCENT SAVE50NOW EASYWAYTOPRINT


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?

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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

HP A4 80gsm White Copy Office Printer Copier Paper 2500 sheets 5 ream Box - £17.99 @ eBay / vikinguk
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
HP A4 80gsm White Copy Office Printer Copier Paper 2500 sheets 5 ream Box 5 reams 2500 pages Link shared in another post but this is even better than the 2.50/ream basic stuff. … Read more
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It is out of stock at the mo but add it to a list and keep checking. I did and managed to purchase after a few days.

square72,aps,135&sr=8-2 Its OOS though


Good deal too for prime members . Got the link ?


Thanks, this is currently out of stock.


I purchased one ream from Amazon for £3.47 so this is more expensive. I used Viking a long time ago and would never buy from them again. I have had numerous non-deliveries, dropped off at the wrong address or dumped at my gate and then the driver forging my signature. I know that might not be Viking’s fault but I have spoken with their customer service about this issue several times.

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

CANON Zoemini S 8.0 MP Camera with Photo printer £49.97 + £3.99 del at Jessops
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
FREE DELIVERY £50+ , :D So just add some cheap case > ... Case for £4.99 (y) Or photo paper for this cam… Read more

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Got a white S version, good spot, thanks op


I'd personally rather think of this more of a compact "instant photo" printer for your smartphone (which it can do, which is nice) than as an instant camera itself- these digital instants generally use crappy sensors and justify that as attempting to emulate the feel of a proper analogue instant camera. If you have a reasonably high end phone from the last 5 years, odds are it has better image quality, you have more control and flexibility over your shots, and a wealth of options for post-processing (even if it's just throwing on a filter to emulate instant photo quality). With that said this is a very affordable and compact option for an instant printer, so I may actually pick one up.


Go for pearl white and make sure u get the S version NOT C :)


Black out of stock!

Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer - £179.51 Delivered using voucher from AliExpress / 3D Printer Speciality Store
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
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Price decease with voucher to £179.51 (Was £186.29) - 20-5
Seems a good deal to me for an in stock printer.

Probably the usual trick. They pretend is in Europe but ships from China to Europe then forward to you from Europe


4 days later and now the seller tells me they are expecting stock in 6-10 days..... Effin useless seller. (mad) Told them to cancel


Looks like it




There isn’t any stock of this one anymore

Brother laser printer HLL5050DN £178.80 @ Viking Direct (Possible £75 Cashback)
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
I needed a new printer for home working. Found this one on Viking for £178.80. However, currently Quidco are offering 8% back on purchases through Viking. Viking themselves are off… Read more

£75 cashback was received within 1 week. Cheers OP.


So I rang Brother support and they confirmed that the cashback can be claimed by entering code Q1M75 during the registration process, uploading a copy of the purchase receipt/order confirmation email. Take screen grab of order first. Use online version from top of email. Go to Main page Support Register device Enter last 9 digits of serial number. Enter date of purchase. Click apply. Enter promo code Q1M75 for £75 cashback. Click apply. Upload copy of the receipt. Enter your bank details. Cashback paid within 14 days.


Printer just arrived. Clicked link to redeem cashback and link broken. What’s going on?


Arrived by lunchtime, really can’t complain about that!


Excellent idea. I was hoping someone might say that there is X printer which is known in the commercial printer world as a solid rock. Get one of these and you will never look back.

Brother PTE110 Handheld Label Printer, £23 delivered at Toolstation
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Great label printer on offer here, might suit someone. The Brother PTE110 Handheld Industrial Label Printer is perfect for printing exceptionally durable labels that can withstan… Read more

Or have a 9v adapter (with negative centre) lying around, as I did incidentally. Perfect for something that will only be used every once in a while. Shame about the tape waste and price though.


Bet you couldn't sleep till you got that sorted.


Don’t make my mistake and remember you need to buy or own 6x AAA battery’s before you can use it.


Printing KICK ME and sticking on your partner (lol)


Anyone else really want one of these but have literally no use for it whatsoever other than to mess about making silly stickers with?! Or it's probably just me?! (lol)

Polaroid mint printer - £58.94 Delivered @ Argos
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
The new Polaroid Mint Pocket Printer with Bluetooth connectivity makes it simple to print stunning 2x3 full-colour glossy photos directly from an iOS or Android device in less than… Read more

Expensive than normal prints 6x4


I would love to print some mints (y)


Well at least you get fresh mint breath ha ha


Have some encouragemint OP. Makes cents to me.


My sister got one of these to use at her wedding for people to print off photos and stick in the guest book, I thought it was a nice idea till I saw the print quality from this thing. She ended up getting the majority reprinted on photobox, wouldn’t waste my time on this.

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

Want an extra free month when you sign up for Instank ink, please use this code you can also stack the code to get additional free months try the following codes! I got 13 months free when I joined using these combos with the 9 months I got with the printer! FREEINK 3FREEINK HPINSTAINK4U SAVE50PERCENT SAVE50NOW EASYWAYTOPRINT


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.

HP ENVY Photo 7134 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 9 month free trial of HP Instant Ink £89.99 @ Currys
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

Want an extra free month when you sign up for Instank ink, please use this code you can also stack the code to get additional free months try the following codes! I got 13 months free when I joined using these combos with the 9 months I got with the printer! FREEINK 3FREEINK HPINSTAINK4U SAVE50PERCENT SAVE50NOW EASYWAYTOPRINT


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!


You can choose upto 700 Pages/ month

Anet ET4 3D Printer with 2.8-inch touchscreen, heatbed, 8Gb SD Card & 10m PLA Filament for £146.02 delivered from EU @ TomTop Germany
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th MayShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
Great price on this 3D printer and comes from the EU - no extra VAT or Customs on top. (y) Comes with EU plug so you will need an adapter. Features: Modular design, 3d prin… Read more

Anyone recommend one with a slightly larger bed, ...e.g. At least 250x250xheight Ta


That is awesome! Loving the drip tray for the gaggia classic! I need to get one for mine!


Is this one any good ? maxmix


Less Dinosaurs more baby Yodas.


Depends on your budget really. I've got a Prusa but for a starter printer I'd probably say Ender 3 or Ender 5. Creality printers are fine once they've been out for a while but pretty much all have had significant teething problems

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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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)



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

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.

CREALITY 3D Printer Ender-3 pro DIY Kit Big Size I3 3D Printer approx. £170 @ Aliexpress - AliExpress 3D Printer outlet Store
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Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Select the pro from Czech Republic and use 10USD off code in basket. I paid with revolut
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I thought it was what came in the parcel I got.. turned out it wasn’t that and I’m still waiting on delivery 😩 Yeah I’ve ordered one that just hooks straight up to the Enders power supply


Did you get a 24V LED strip?


Haha I thought it was glass.. I’ve only used my glass one. That looks great! Think it’s a bit out side my technical/electrical ability. I seen you wrote loads of words but I’ve no idea what they mean (lol) 🙈 I’m just about to hook up a L.E.D lighting strip to mine.. I’ll struggle enough with this


I've never heard of anyone washing the magnetic bed before that's a new one 😁 I have only recently added a raspberry pi/octoprint setup to mine. It's not a necessity by any means but it is useful. Mine is powered by a buck converter wired in to the Ender 3 power supply so everything runs off one plug 😁 I designed a custom enclosure for the buck converter and modified an existing raspberry pi case design to allow for a huge usb fan to sit on top


Might be different for the glass bed maybe? Seems one solution doesn’t work for everyone. It’s finding what works best for your own. I’ve not looked into getting a raspberry pi as of yet but I think I need to. At the moment I’m either looking for another printer, a bigger machine or a second Ender 3. There’s not enough hours in the day to print (lol)

HP Bluetooth Sprocket Photo Printer - Black - £48.99 @ Argos/ eBay
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
With the HP Sprocket Photo Printer, print photos from your smartphone or tablet as easily as you post them. Make time with friends more memorable with instantly sharable 5 x 7.6 cm… Read more
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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 ?


Remember being 14 ? This sort of thing is loved by teenagers, creativity and taking pictures with phone printing them there and then sticking the photos on to the diary ? Cool.stuff.




Convenience I guess, no waiting. But it's definitely not the cheapest way to do it, and limits you somewhat.


I don't understand the economics of using these types of printer if you're paying 20 odd quid for 50 prints, when instead you can just send your pics to an online service and have the photos sent to you at a fraction of the price.

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