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    I bought a Samsung colour laser printer 6 years ago. Still going strong, does its job very well. No issues replacing the toner with a compatible toner and these things last a long time. Has wireless connectivity and works flawlessly. I would never go back to Inkjet, so many issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullyautomatix View Post
    I bought a Samsung colour laser printer 6 years ago. Still going strong, does its job very well. No issues replacing the toner with a compatible toner and these things last a long time. Has wireless connectivity and works flawlessly. I would never go back to Inkjet, so many issues.
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    Over 12 yrs ago BGG got a A3 colour laser from Oki, still going strong & no issues

    I had a little inkjet that would dry out inside of a week, laser is the way to go,
    as it stands the Oki has cost less than £200 a year, been using off brand toners from stinky ink, at a reasonable price
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo Jones View Post
    Over 12 yrs ago BGG got a A3 colour laser from Oki, still going strong & no issues

    I had a little inkjet that would dry out inside of a week, laser is the way to go,
    as it stands the Oki has cost less than £200 a year, been using off brand toners from stinky ink, at a reasonable price
    The cheaper inkjet printers have the head built in the ink cartridge; they will always dry out. The more expensive inkjets have a separate head. The printer with wakeup every so often and clean the head to prevent drying out and blocking.

    I have various B&W laser printers plus refillable non-chip inkjet printer/s. The inkjet is by far the cheapest to run and makes a big difference when printing out massive bundles of documents of 1k to 2k pages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hairymouse View Post
    Yes, I saw this posted months ago and came very close to buying it. It was just a bit too big and the wife was complaining so I skipped it thinking another deal would come along soon. Little did I know a zombie apocalypse would come instead and printer prices would go through the roof.
    Just checked and they paid out £100 (not the £75 I thought was due, apparently more cashback for some models) back in April. So £75 for a colour laser with set of toners. [mods: change for smug one if exists, ta]

    No sign of any promo deals in that section on their website when I logged into 'my account' to see if anything mentioned there (there wasn't). Maybe in the January sales.
    Maybe tomorrow, I'll want to settle down. Until tomorrow, I'll just keep moving on.

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