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Promoted 05-04-2016 by Corwin at 07:38 PM View Original Post
Adorama.com has Ricoh SP C250SF Color Laser Multifunction Wireless Printer on sale for $134.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Our research indicates that the Ricoh SP C250SF Color Laser Multifunction Wireless Printer is $55 less (29% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $190.

This matches a Frontpage deal from last month. -johnny_miller

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I've had this printer a few weeks.
I like it all right. It is very slow though. It goes through this long waking up process and starts whirring up with different noises for 15 seconds before it starts printing anything.

It is big and it is heavy. It must weigh about 50 pounds.

To set up wifi printing ignore the instructions completely and just follow your instinct. The instructions are written pretty terrible and it will take you much longer if you attempt to use them.

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how much are toners for this? Any cheap third party brands?
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how much are toners for this? Any cheap third party brands?
I didn't try it myself but someone in the last thread reported that these are pretty easy to refill. There's more info the last thread.
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I didn't try it myself but someone in the last thread reported that these are pretty easy to refill. There's more info the last thread.

thanks, that was very helpful.

cheerswoot
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how much are toners for this? Any cheap third party brands?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/4-color-t...SwNSxVA43z

http://www.ebay.com/itm/4-HY-TONE...SwubRXF-5b


Not cheap...
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I would wait for a Brother deal. Much lower maintenance cost.
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Thank you for the links. It does seem to be on the expensive side...
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Quote from livindreamzs View Post :
Thank you for the links. It does seem to be on the expensive side...
or just refill them.. http://m.ebay.com/itm/4-color-ton...1241286036
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The toners are very expensive. We have them at work and its 100+ for toners
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I've had this printer a few weeks.
I like it all right. It is very slow though. It goes through this long waking up process and starts whirring up with different noises for 15 seconds before it starts printing anything.

It is big and it is heavy. It must weigh about 50 pounds.

To set up wifi printing ignore the instructions completely and just follow your instinct. The instructions are written pretty terrible and it will take you much longer if you attempt to use them.
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Quote from ShovelWare View Post :
I've had this printer a few weeks.
I like it all right. It is very slow though. It goes through this long waking up process and starts whirring up with different noises for 15 seconds before it starts printing anything.

It is big and it is heavy. It must weigh about 50 pounds.

To set up wifi printing ignore the instructions completely and just follow your instinct. The instructions are written pretty terrible and it will take you much longer if you attempt to use them.
That's usually how long most small lasers take? Big corporate ones can take less if they are always on. Or small monochrome ones as they don't as much to warm up

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The toners are very expensive. We have them at work and its 100+ for toners
Do you know how many pages per toner? More or less than average?
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does not appear to have good linux compatibility, so i'll keep waiting for a brother or dell
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I was buy one for myself. Once it works it is a nice product, with many features, boot up fast, print fast. There are two problems, about 50% are DOA, the drum is suck, or the printer controller is damaged, and i send it back for replacement. Frown
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Picked one up a few weeks ago. I'm impressed with the print quality. Refilling the toners appears to be an easy task and only about $10 each(ebay). As mentioned earlier, setting up the WiFi was a little clunky. I had to power cycle the printer a couple of times before it gave me all of the options (screens) shown in the instructions. Either way, I'm very pleased with the printer for the price.
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