How you can save hundreds of pounds with toner refills
The world's last "unplug and pour" toner refill?
Original cartridge £43-22 ex VAT | Black refill bottle £13-50 ex VAT
See how easy it can be to hang onto to your cash by resetting and refilling the HL-L8250cdn, Brother's latest mid-range colour laser.
Refilling the L8250cdn exemplifies the "unplug and pour" refill. That's not a trivial fact from the refilling point of view. Add to it that you haven't got to fork out for any chips and you've got the current Holy Grail of toner refilling.
"I bought a colour laser printer for my small business"
UK suffers scandalous prices for colour toner cartridges
As so many of you have said to me over the years, "A set of new cartridges costs more than the wretched printer did in the first place." (I'm paraphrasing a bit when I use the word "wretched")
Google the price of the Brother HL-3140cw laser printer. The middle priced of 3 we found on 03/12/2014 was £113-00 ex VAT (printerland.co.uk).
A quick tot up of even the 4 standard capacity cartridges gives us (3 X 48-00) + (1 X 49-00) = £193-00 ex VAT
What's that in the common tongue? A sprat to catch a basking shark? Bait and switch? (Too many fishing analogies, Ed). A money-munching Trojan Horse for your desk? Suggest your own comparison and/or tell us your story here. Free toner bottle for your printer for any video account received of how you used our refills. Free SET of toner bottles (CMYK) for any video account of you using our refills on a colour laser, if we publish it on urefilltoner.co.uk.
Stop worrying and start printing
Brother HL-3150cdw hi capacity cyan
£62-70 ex VAT
(Source: printerbase.co.uk 03/12/2014)
Toner refill bottle £14 ex VAT
From: Bill Welsh
Sent: 08 November 2014 11:50
Thank you thank you thank you for a fantastic product and well produced, easy to follow and accurate instruction video.
I recently purchased a Brother DCP-9020CDW and immediately purchased a refll starter kit from yourselves not wanting to be caught out when the printer decided the toner cartridge was empty. Sure enough the day came when there was a huge message displayed on the screen "Insert new black cartridge" I dug out the starter kit and followed the instruction on your brilliant video and lo and behold I've printed an additional 300 (YES 300) pages so far and there is still no sign of having to use the refil toner bottle purchased from yourselves.
I have no hesitation in recommending and will postiviely promote your products to all those I 'network' with - you simply deserve it.
Kind regards Bill Welsh
Director 4Governance Ltd
You save money with the UK professionals
If you're going to refill your toner cartridge, you want to know that someone's tested it first, right? Preferably several times, so all the bugs are out of it.
In short, you want success on a plate: first time. See how far we're prepared to go to give you a positive refill experience in this video of us refilling the Brother HL 3150CDW
From: Tom Weymes
Sent: 20 October 2014 12:58
Dear Dr Toner, You probably don't particularly want to know, but my 10-year-old Samsung 1510 mono has been providing you with steady if modest business for the past 9. Initial cartridge packed in after 5 refills/15,000 pages, remanufactured replacement cartridge now on its second refill at 18,000.
From: Robert A
Sent: 10 May 2014 20:58
I received the refill kit BR3150KITB for a Bother (HL-3150DCW) and have successfully refilled one of the cartridges the printer came with.
I am impressed with the kit. It has everything including mask, gloves and even a screwdriver. I had not expected such completeness. Very impressive.
From: J Hall || www.crysop.co.uk
Sent: Fri 02/05/2014 14:15
I basically stuck in the model number in google, amazon and ebay. The results either had cra**y websites, were just bottles of toner or only sold cartridges. I then came across your video on how to refill, which helped, so you were ahead.
I have to say great delivery speed! I ordered around 2pm yesterday and it's now in my hands :)