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Quill.com has Dell H625CDW Multi-function Color Cloud Laser Printer on sale for $169.99 - $25 Off $100+ w/ coupon code QV3DLR62 - $20 Off $150+ w/ VISA Checkout w/ coupon code QG9DLR48 = $124.99. Shipping is free. Thanks longmanj9 and SAGAJI

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Last Edited by wpc May 19, 2017 at 09:52 AM
Another Great deal from a reputable toner company:

LD © Compatible Dell H625/H825 4PK Cartridges: 1 593-BBOW Black, 1 593-BBOX Cyan, 1 593-BBOY Magenta, and 1 593-BBOZ Yellow for Laser Printers: H625cdw, H825cdw, S2825cdn only $99 + Free Shipping [amazon.com]

1. Page Yield: Black- 3,000 and Colors- 2,500 per cartridge | Shelf Life: 24-36 months per cartridge
2. The use of compatible cartridges and supplies does not void your printer's warranty
3. All LD branded products are backed by a 100% satisfaction and LIFETIME guarantee
4. These compatible cartridges each contain a toner management computer chip system which allows the cartridge to communicate more effectively with your computer
5. For use in the following Dell Laser Printers: H625cdw, H825cdw, S2825cdn


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For anyone wondering about differences between this and the recent deal E525w, this H625cdw has automatic duplexing and more pricy toners.
I've picked up the E525w during its sale, and because I don't have H625cdw myself, I can't really give a comparison between printing quality, but I did some research to see if I should try returning mine and get this.
As for the duplexing feature, E525w lacks one, and it's manual duplex only. However, all the extra machinery makes H625cdw significantly heavier than E525w. E625cdw weighs 69 pounds while E525w only weighs 36, almost about double, and it's physically much larger than E525w too.
As for the toners, if you buy 4 pack including each of color toners and black toner, you can buy it cheaper directly from Dell at $250 for E525w, and 369 for H625cdw. H625cdw's toner is more expensive, but it does have more yield than H525w's toner. But, even accounting for yield difference, H625cdw's toners are slightly more expensive.
If you decide to settle with 3rd party toners, keep in mind that Dell may refuse warranty service for malfunction occurred while using non-Dell toners, and in the settings menu, there is an option to allow non-Dell toners, and I suspect Dell will be using this to check if you have used non-Dell toners or not. I have not used a 3rd party toner yet so I'm not sure if 3rd party toners can get around this, but I have seen sellers selling toner chips separately to get around this.
For 3rd party toners, E525w toners cost about 16.99 for each color, and H625cdw toners cost about 27.99 for each color. (usually, discounts are available for 4 pack) Considering the yield differences(also keep in mind that there are standard yield and high yield toners, though most 3rd party toners are high yield toner), E525w toner comes out to be about 118 pages per dollar for each color, and H625cdw toner comes out to be about 107 pages per collar for each color. It's a minuscule difference, and when printed up to 6000 pages there's only 5 dollar difference per color.
There's another maintenance required for H625cdw however. E525w has specially designed drum unit according to Dell and does not require replacement for the life of the unit, and only toners need to be replaced. However, this isn't the case for H625cdw, and as far as I've seen, there aren't any third party replacement drums available for this model. Drums needs to be replaced for each color, and has a yield of 50000 pages, and costs about 50 dollars at Dell website. 50 dollars every 50000 pages aren't so much, but it would eventually add up if you print a lot.
Another big difference between these models is the power draw. This isn't gonna be an issue for most people, but my room has bad wiring and circuit breaker pops if I play games on my computer and turn on the heater at the same time. I am honestly not concerned about standby power usage and I'm more concerned about peak usage. E525cdw uses about 40W in standby mode, and less than 10W in power saver mode. This is about charging 4 to 1 phones, it's not much and it's reasonable. H625cdw uses about 52W in standby mode and less than 20W in power saver mode. Again, this isn't too much. But during printing mode, E525w uses about 280W, and H625cdw uses about 610W! I didn't know laser printers take this much power to run. To put things in perspective, 280W is about peak power usage for typical entry-level to a mainstream home computer, and 610W is about peak power usage for most high-end gaming rig with a single graphics card or a small space heater. Like I said, this shouldn't matter for most people as electrical wiring in most homes should be able to handle this well, but not the case for my room.
Other feature differences include a capacitive color touch screen for H625cdw, and higher 1200 x 1200 native scanning resolution for E525w (according to Dell's spec sheet anyways), and faster scanning and printing speed for H625cdw, and NFC for H625cdw, though I'm not sure how it is used.
Contrary to what reviews say, E525w does have WiFi-Direct and Google Cloud Print support. It just needs to be enabled in the settings menu.
If you're using the printer for just occasional uses, or for small home office, I'd say E525w should still do the job. But if you're getting this for a small office, or in an environment where multiple people are printing something constantly, or if you really must have auto-duplex feature, H625cdw should fit better.
I'm personally happy with E525w as I don't print as often, and this was a replacement for very old inkjet all-in-one and a mono laser printer.
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I bought one from Quill on the last deal.When they charged my credit card, it was for 399. I called and they claimed a mistake and they would credit it. Got the mail credit letter, but not on the credit card, it has been several weeks. I filled a dispute with bank and a copy of the credit memo. So be careful
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damnnnn...glad saw this right before ordering, thank you
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Not able to apply coupon for visa checkout. Was anyone sble to replicate this deal?
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Not able to apply coupon for visa checkout. Was anyone sble to replicate this deal?

Hmm, I just checked again and still working for me. Make sure to select Visa Checkout option at checkout in order to apply the code QG9DLR48.
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Snagged! Nice deal! Thanks :-)

Both codes worded for me. $138 after tax
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Both codes worded for me. $138 after tax
Worked for me as well. $141 Stupid CA/LA Tax.
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Awesome printer, awesome price. Just buy it.
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Worked for me as well. $141 Stupid CA/LA Tax.
Same here. Tax was $11.37.

Has anyone received an email confirmation? It's been about 15min since I placed the order but nothing has come in yet.
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How does this compare to the recent dell e535w deal?

Can anyone comment on toner replacement costs?
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Does it fax?
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How does this compare to the recent dell e535w deal?

Can anyone comment on toner replacement costs?
$400 to replace all 4 toners. About $100 each.
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Have this printer from the last deal. So far, so good. Prints look amazing. I'm using an off brand black cartridge (ran out of the original trial one) and I can't tell a difference. Paid like $16 for it on Amazon. Definitely hop on this if you need a new printer.
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$400 to replace all 4 toners. About $100 each.
damnnnn...glad saw this right before ordering, thank you
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