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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
Creality Ender-3 3D printer. Excellent budget 3D printer Gearbest
24/08/2018Expires on 24/08/2018Found 5 h, 59 m agoFound 5 h, 59 m ago
I bought one last month, yes there can be some tinkering to get the best from it though I was printing a couple of hours after the box arrived. Partially built kit took my daughter… Read more
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Although Free Shipping is claimed in the product details it's not an option at check out?


i also have bought this printer using the 15% off eBay code, any recommendation on the filaments? SUNLU brand are they any good? cheers


Nice price for a great printer. Hot. I've got store credit with these guys and am sorely tempted by this.


Wanted the 500x500x500 version of this... but then realized it's not very practical. As in: having an appropriate space to put it. And larger prints can take many days (if the print has an error, and has to bee re-done, which happens pretty often). For the smaller work area though... the affordability / what you are getting is not too bad. But I would strongly suggest buying more than multiple 3d printers. And modifying them heavily. That is where the pursa i3 is supposed to take out a lot of the problem-solving and time / effort. To get everything setup, right :/


What did you make daily?

Brother DCP-1612W Wireless All-in-one Mono Laser Printer @ Argos £75.99
Found 21 h, 30 m agoFound 21 h, 30 m ago
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'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.

HP Deskjet 2630 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial £24.00 @ Tesco Northcott
LocalLocalFound 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Per the title, found in my local Tesco in NI, 99p cheaper than the amazon deal posted 2 days ago. Comes with 3 months instant ink and then it’s the 15 pages free a month(pay as you… Read more

I read that. I'm still a little confused. So if I use 15 pages on the free plan I will receive a new cartridge with more then enough for 15 pages, but if I print 16 pages I will be charged a pound for ink already in my printer? What if I go out and buy a print cartridge? I'm assuming they send you a full cartridge and then charge you for how much you use it.


It is quite a simple model. The cartridges are the same whatever plan you are on. You sign up for whichever plan suits you. If you exceed your allotted number of pages, you pay extra. For example, if you are on the free plan, and print 15 pages, no cost. Print an additional page, and you will be charged £1.00. This covers 10 pages though, so for that month, you can print 25 pages for £1.00. Every set of extra 10 pages is an additional £1.00. I pay £1.99 for 50 pages. They also roll over to the next month, except on the free plan, obviously :) More details here.


How does it work in practice? They send you ink as you run out? So if you are on the 15 free pages for example, they send you a tiny amount of ink?


I purchased the earlier model, the 3630, with Instant Ink. The ink subscription works well for me. I am on the £1.99 per month level, but, you get 3 months free, and I also managed to enter a code I found, so haven't yet paid a penny :)


Did anyone have experience with instant ink?

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HP Officejet Pro 8710 All-in-one Wireless Printer £ 110.00 (£59.99 after cashback) +10% Discount + 3 FREE Year Warranty @ HP Store
19/08/2018Expires on 19/08/2018Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
My 8610 has died after the last similar deal so have bought this as a replacement. Great printer (despite only lasting 3 years). Printer:… Read more

You keep them. But they are starter cartridges with just a bit of ink in them. When you sign up, they send you a set of large capacity instant ink cartridges that you put in and put the starter cartridges aside. The printer then reports back over the internet that the cartridges are in use and sends you a 2nd set of instant ink cartridges before you need them. I wouldn't plan on getting any use out of the starter cartridges after you cancel instant ink if that is what you were thinking - but you might put the instant ink in sooner rather than later. And if you were thinking of using the instant ink cartridges after cancelling, forget it. They will not work. If you buy one, feel free to send me a PM for a code or more advice.


what happens to your initial cartridges when you sign up to intant ink? Do you get to keep them and swap them in when required?


£30 cashback for signing up to Instaink which looks to be valid


I'm really happy with my Instant Ink and my HP printer in general. You can get extra free Instant Ink months if you use a code from an existing user + some promotional codes that are available "out there".


Ah A4 must be a different beast. Maybe manual load?

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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HP Deskjet 2630 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial £24.99 @ Amazon
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Hp Printer deal that's £5 cheaper than posted before. First time post so forgive me if there are any errors.
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Easy you can just change it on the online account :)


How hard is it to change delivery address on the instant ink as I want this for my son at uni in Liverpool but will need to change it when he is home at end of year in Cornwall or I suppose I could have them sent to me then forward them to Liverpool?.


Report back when you find out


What's the average ink cost for this's baby? Thank


I bought mine from AO for £20 ( £30 original price and £10 cash back)

HP OfficeJet 3831 Printer - Black £34 - £10 AO cashback = £24 @ AO
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
HP officejet 3831 printer with £10 cashback from AO.
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I'm really happy with my Instant Ink and my HP printer in general. You can get extra free Instant Ink months if you use a code from an existing user + some promotional codes that are available "out there". I don't think I can post them here though.


Yep exactly what I did. Started on the 50 page plan then changed to the 100/200(can’t remember) on my phone pretty much instantly


And I'm guessing there is an app / site to track how many pages you've printed each month?


Cool, thanks!


PS. this printer has a "35-page automatic document feeder." which could be useful if you want to scan multiple pages to a single pdf (for example.)

Epson multi pack printer ink @ Tesco Stroud green £1.85
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Full shelf full of Epson, HP, Canon Printer ink reduced Epson - was £34.00 Now £5.10 HP 300 & 301 - was £15 Now £1.80 -£2.03 Canon - was £28 Now £1.85 I picked up two HP in… Read more
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no such offers in two south wales tescos i been to today


None in Tesco longton apart kodak i think it was & tesco own brand but didn't quite look at the prices but were reduced


Great find op. Thanks!

HP Deskjet 2630/2632/2633 All-in-One Colour Inkjet Printer & Instant Ink 3 Months Trial £30 + £10 AO cashback = £20 @ AO
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Works out at £20 with the £10 AO cashback promo for this all in one colour printer/scanner/photocopier, which is the lowest price I have seen. Also comes with a 3 month instant in… Read more
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Free ink for at least 60days... "HP reserves the right to modify or cancel the free printing plan anytime on 60 days notice."


I'm really happy with my Instant Ink and my HP printer in general. You can get extra free Instant Ink months if you use a code from an existing user + some promotional codes that are available "out there".


Thanks op. Ordered as I spent most of today trying to get my Canon MG550 working with the B200 print head issue a month outside warranty. Cleaned all print heads, replaced all ink and it's knackered. Would cost more for a print head so gonna order this and look into the ink stuff too.


No as you register the printer's serial number, etc.


seems like a good deal, anyone bought one yet/got the cashback?

SparkMaker SLA UV 3D Printer - A cheap Resin/DLP printer - £208.71 @ GearBest
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
This is the cheapest resin/DLP 3D printer I've founds that gets reasonable reviews, albeit with a little bit of DIY work (as is my experience with most 3D printers). This differs … Read more
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irrelevant, unlikely != certainty :)


You choose NLPost registered as the shipping method, it never gets charged for customs in my experience and I've bought about 4 phones, kids games, torches etc. So by the law of averages, anyone buying this way is very unlikely to get stung for customs charges.


Thought it was an flashing beacon.


Just because you claim to have paid no fees (skeptical) what bearing do that have on another person doing so?


Its relevant to the point they made about duty fees...? (lol)

SAMSUNG Xpress M2026W Monochrome Laser Printer  £54.99 @ Currys
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Seems like a good price, cheap compatible toners on both Amazon and eBay. Toner on eBay Compatible toner

John Lewis have just price matched this. Better off buying it from there and getting better customer service plus an extra years warranty!


Its not a terrible price; the best I've seen it was £39.99 last year, but at the moment it's this price everywhere.


Did anyone really buy this for the over inflated price of £54.99 or just vote hot for the hell of it? Hope it's the latter... I better not say (:I


Blame HP; they make the printer, Samsung is just a brand name slapped on.


So glad (well, not really) the WiFi issue wasn't unique to me - spent literally hours trying to isolate the cause... shame on Samsung for not making it an obviously known issue (and fixing it) but otherwise a great printer - would suggest saving your money on the non-wifi model

Samsung Xpress M2026 Mono Laser Wireless Printer £36.00 (C&C) w/ code PICKANY @ Argos eBay
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Samsung Xpress M2026 Mono Laser Wireless Printer £36.00 (C&C) w/ code PICKANY @ Argos eBay Seen that the deal for £39.99 went hot so I thought this was great

This brand of printers is awesome. I have the Samsung Xpress M2835DW Laser Printer that has NFC and Wireless (I run it wired from my network though.) I bought it refurbished from ebay for £35

jaydeeuk1 If you need colour and wireless this is your best bet.


Can anyone recommend a cheap wifi laser printer??


Can confirm, is not wireless – picked this up on Amazon Warehouse for that price on Prime Day. Watch out that the USB-A to USB-B cable may not be included, as was the case for me, and aparantly some other users on Amazon. So might want to order one of those too. Good printer though, just know that it's USB only, and the cable isn't included.


The true spec for this printer is that it is not wireless and not NFC either. The wireless version is 89.99

Lexmark CS317DN Colour Laser Printer £82.92 @ Amazon - Sold / Dispatched by Printerland
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Came across this on Amazon, seems like an absolute bargain for less than £90. Some prime ones are available for £85 if the other seller runs out. Not much more than some mono laser… Read more

Have to agree - ditched mine as the cost of the toners was ridiculous. This doesn't help the government's attempts to stop landfill!!!


Consumables are extortionate; this is far from a bargain unless you're buying it as an ornament.


Toners look expensive £125 for a set of compatibles on Ebay,originals look over £100 each,also Printerland has 10 printers on Ebay at £75 with free p/p 132655815363


The warranty is from Lexmark, so your get it no matter where you purchase. Delivery is likely the same as well. True about the memory stick, but you need to claim it after purchase, apparently by faxing(!!) them a form.


It’s the same price on printerland themselves without the amazon connection, but with a 4 year warranty and a 8gb memory stick? And free next day delivery? You probably get the same if buying through amazon, just can’t see it mentioned? Lexmark cs317dn at printerland. 99+ units avai

HP Deskjet 2632 all in one printer for £25 Available in store. Sainsbury's Shirley
LocalLocalFound 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Available in store. Sainsbury's Shirley. Instant ink compatible. Plenty on shelf.
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I am, cheers! Looks almost too cheap, spent a while trying to find the catch! I retract most of my previous statement. However lasers are still cool 8)


You're probably new to "instant ink". Google it!


Ink is then £20-£30 for a 300page cartridge, and typically the ones included in the box don't last very long as they've been sitting for a long time, or are small capacity to make you spent more money soon. Its worth considering what you print, a mono laser printer can be had for ~£50 and will typically print 3000 pages on one cartridge, replacements for mine are £20.


Don't call me Shirley. (cheeky)

Samsung M2026 wireless mono laser printer £39.99 Argos/Currys/John Lewis
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Seems cheap for a decent brand. I don't have it so can't comment on quality or issues in the review about connectivity with mac Print with minimal noise levels, Work faster with O… Read more
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It's not possible and it takes a lot of effort. Just buy a refurbished one. Refurbished ones are reconstructed and a better job than you fiddling with screws, chips, and cancerigen toner. The length some people will go to save a couple of quids...


Obviously all toner powders are not equal. Been needing to buy refill toner for ages but don't know which makes are good. Any recommendations?


Have a really old Samsung multi function which has seen better days. Been waiting for this to drop again. No brainer due to cheap refill costs. Even cheaper if you DIY. If the mobile print app works with iPhone it’ll be a bonus but am sceptical in view of the Apple/Samsung battle....




Not if you put a colour toner in instead of the black one.

BROTHER HL3150CDW Colour Compact Wireless Laser Printer £129.99 @ Ebay/Currys PC World
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Connect the HL-3150CDW locally via USB or connect it via LAN or WLAN in your network. Take advantage of the many opportunities the HL-3150CDW to connect to your mobile devices, suc… Read more

Yes, automatic duplex printing. It does slow it down quite considerably though.


Genuinely good info' to know as I was thinking of getting a colour laser printer for photos. My cheap Samsung B&W laser printer actually printed pictures rather well, I assumed (obviously wrongly) a colour laser printer would do the same.


According to Brother's own information, it does: I believe the 'D' in the models name stands for Duplex (C for Colour and W for Wireless). More convenient. If you are looking for a cheap laser for home, most printer drivers will allow manual doubled sided even if they don't have an automatic duplex built-in. You just tell the printer to print double-sided, the printer prints all the even pages, pauses, you pick the paper and reinsert it in the paper feed, press ok and the printer prints the odd pages. For limited home usage, it works fine allowing you to save paper with minimal manual effort. For business use, that would become inconvenient.


Brother - great printers last for years and years - well made! Before you buy a scanner ask yourself the question "how many times will i actually use it" and do you have a phone with a decent megapixel camera - if so no point in using a scanner - even ocr will work on an A4 smartphone pic! CamScanner, DocSanner and Google Drive have versions for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.


Does it actually print double sided?

HP Deskjet 2630 All-in-One WiFi Printer (3 Months Instant Ink Trial) £29.99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Print, copy and scan while saving space with a wireless all-in-one printer. EDIT: Includes 3 months Instant Ink Trial BUT you have to click on the Promotion Message to get the H… Read more

You actually quote the freebie: It's a freebie 15ppm as per original post (15 pages per month). The ink is provided when required, which is prior to empty based on your usage pattern. Probably worthwhile for you to re-visit to the HP i-i page to re-evaluate how this works.


I never signed up cuz it said it would charge £1 after 15 pages. And you get ink only after your cartridge empties. How is it a freebie then?


Both those 2600 series printer models qualify for never-ending freebie 15ppm instant-ink (until HP change t&c), via Argos or any other credible merchant, regardless of 3month card being included or not.


A friend of mine bought a 2632 yesterday, should have been easy to setup but it took about 20 minutes as the setup would not find the printer.


Also from John Lewis for £29.99, with the 3 months instant ink trial, and 2 year guarantee. However you have to pay £2 delivered to store, of £3.50 delivery... Might be worth it for the extra year guarantee? Heat for the post, by the way! (y)

HP Envy 5540, Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Colour Printer, A4 - HP Instant Ink Ready (Inc. 3 Month Free Trial) £22.40 @ Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Found in Tesco Extra, Newport, Cardiff Rd.
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The problem with the instant ink is if the printer dies you can't switch the printer on the account. You have to start again.


If you take a free trial, HP don't allow u to change the plan to free 15 pages. You have to sign up straight away for this. Read terms and conditions, it's worth reading if you want free 15 pages per month. Read point 17 of terms and conditions; it covers everything regarding free printing.


I administer a few HP Instantink accounts for customers who own Officejet Pro printers. When I log into their accounts all I can do is switch between 'occasional' (50 pages), 'moderate' (100 pages) and 'frequent' (300 pages), there is no free option that one could select.


Genuine HP 62 cartridge bundle up to 200 pages black and 165 pages tri-colour: £20.92 Genuine HP 62XL cartridge bundle up to 600 pages black and 415 pages tri-colour: £55.18 Generic 62XL cartridge bundle up to 600 pages black and 415 pages tri-colour: £28.88 Here is a set of generic XL cartridges for just £16.95 that should work, however it only states Envy 5640 as a compatible printer There are also loads of generics available on Ebay, XL black £9.95 and XL Tri-colour £10.85 If you do buy this printer take out a HP Instant Ink subscription, there really is no sense in buying ink cartridges for it.


Does anyone know if you take the 3 month trial can you then go onto the free plan? Or can you just set up the free plan straight away & save hassle with the free 3 months

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