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  #1575983 17-Jun-2016 19:04
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quebec: WHS happy to do it but they only have it in white so picked one up from JB.

 

 

 

But WHS would give 5% off.


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  #1575984 17-Jun-2016 19:07
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quebec: WHS happy to do it but they only have it in white so picked one up from JB.

 

 

 

But WHS would give 5% off.

 

 

 

 

I think they mean that they would prefer to pay the $3 to get it in black rather than white. I'd concur with that.


 
 
 
 


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  #1575990 17-Jun-2016 19:32
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Maukau store now out of stock

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  #1575992 17-Jun-2016 19:35
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wally22: Maukau store now out of stock

 

$6.50 Delivered Online is still a good price. Try your local Noel Leeming or Warehouse Stationary.


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  #1575995 17-Jun-2016 19:47
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Does this printer come with the normal size inks, or are they demo sized?

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  #1575996 17-Jun-2016 19:52
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cleggy2: Does this printer come with the normal size inks, or are they demo sized?

 

Probably demo size, buys two.


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  #1576013 17-Jun-2016 20:47
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Sorry, the offer you were looking for has now expired


 
 
 
 


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  #1576022 17-Jun-2016 21:12
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Bought one half an hour ago. Buying inks will be the killer though. $35 per ink times 5

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  #1576030 17-Jun-2016 21:27
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If I didn't already have 3 various canon MFC inkjets already that I only use to scan occasionally on...





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  #1576032 17-Jun-2016 21:30
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my last 3 printers came with normal amount ink





Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.


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  #1577498 21-Jun-2016 07:33
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Anyone received theirs yet (if opted for delivery)? Mine still states pending / in progress.

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  #1577502 21-Jun-2016 07:43
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kendo: Shipping kills the deal...

 

Available in-store though. Does JB Hi-Fi do Click & Collect. $6.50 for a printer isn't bad.

 

 

Whats the ink price? Locked into that?


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  #1577505 21-Jun-2016 07:44
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cleggy2: Bought one half an hour ago. Buying inks will be the killer though. $35 per ink times 5

 

My stepdad had a basic Lexmark years ago, when it ran out of ink he bought another printer


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  #1577516 21-Jun-2016 08:59
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That's a logical decision but we shouldn't be producing printers that go to the tip after a few weeks. 

 

How about we reduce the price of the outrageously expensive ink and up the price of the printer? I seem to remember an era where the ink/hardware prices were more in balance.


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  #1577792 21-Jun-2016 17:15
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Shot into JB on Friday and picked up two printers. I'm sure the advert was until the 23rd or something, but thought I'd go straight away.

 

Sales staff laughed when I told them the deal.  Submitted claim as soon as I went home, and received confirmation today that it has been approved.

 

Saw on weekend that the offer had expired. So not sure of the story, but I guess they must have had a huge influx of orders on their website?

 

 


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