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[Costco] HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 all in one printer * Legal size flat bed * $129.97

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[Costco] HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 all in one printer * Legal size flat bed * $129.97

Costco.ca is not selling this online.
Costco SKU 1238720

This may be a good unit for anyone looking for a legal size (8.5 x 14) flatbed. Other models may scan legal size via the ADF (auto document feeder).

Borrowing Best Buy's link
Best Buy has 649 reviews with an avg rate of 4.6

btw, Thanks to TDG's costco west jan 22 to 28 link. It reminded me to bring this up.
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Better deal is bringing in an old printer for trade-in at staples.

160-50 in store only.
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How may I ask does one get $50 trade in at Staples for printers?
daviiiiiid wrote: Better deal is bringing in an old printer for trade-in at staples.

160-50 in store only.
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Any deals on tabloid 11x17 printers?
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I personally would never buy a HP printer with printer heads that can fail and need to be replaced so often, their 8000 series is a disaster
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jbfd wrote: How may I ask does one get $50 trade in at Staples for printers?
The only info I found on this was for the US website which indicates printer must be $199 or more and regularly priced.
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yvrwindsor wrote: Costco.ca is not selling this online.
Costco SKU 1238720

This may be a good unit for anyone looking for a legal size (8.5 x 14) flatbed. Other models may scan legal size via the ADF (auto document feeder).

Borrowing Best Buy's link
Best Buy has 649 reviews with an avg rate of 4.6

btw, Thanks to TDG's costco west jan 22 to 28 link. It reminded me to bring this up.
What do you mean by legal size flatbed? Also what other kind if sizes do printers usually have?
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QTheNukes wrote: I personally would never buy a HP printer with printer heads that can fail and need to be replaced so often, their 8000 series is a disaster
Not sure where you got this info from but from everyone I deal with who sell these daily, the 8000 series are the complete opposite of what you mention.
moulamou wrote: The only info I found on this was for the US website which indicates printer must be $199 or more and regularly priced.
$149 and higher HP printers, any printer can be used for trade in
masoud100 wrote: What do you mean by legal size flatbed? Also what other kind if sizes do printers usually have?
Most printers have Letter size (8,5x11)
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I have had two different 8000 series printers die in me, both times the print heads clogged and died if they were not used for an extended period. They are great when the work, especially the double sided scanning from the adf. This is a good deal because Costco keeps selling these, and they will take it back after any period of time as long as it is still a regular item. Thanks for the tip, I am sure I will need another one again soon if history repeats itself.
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daviiiiiid wrote: Not sure where you got this info from but from everyone I deal with who sell these daily, the 8000 series are the complete opposite of what you mention.



$149 and higher HP printers, any printer can be used for trade in



Most printers have Letter size (8,5x11)
Work great for at least 6 months, but eventually the printer heads fail and the entire printer is useless because the heads cost more than the printer and you will lose all the ink in the process
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For those with printer heads fail or clog, do you use HP genuine ink or 3rd party ink? Personally, I have a 8600 for years. No problem so far. I only do occasional printing, sometimes, only once in a month+. Because of that, using genuine ink does not cost me a lot. One XL ink can last 2 years+ in my case.
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shimh wrote: For those with printer heads fail or clog, do you use HP genuine ink or 3rd party ink? Personally, I have a 8600 for years. No problem so far. I only do occasional printing, sometimes, only once in a month+. Because of that, using genuine ink does not cost me a lot. One XL ink can last 2 years+ in my case.
Same here, I have used 8500, 8600, 8700 series and all still function as new. Original inks and Instant ink with the 8610.
You also should never turn off the printer.
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masoud100 wrote: What do you mean by legal size flatbed? Also what other kind if sizes do printers usually have?
Legal size refers to the paper size and the size of the glass area of the scanner. Legal size is 8.5" x 14" vs letter size which is 8.5" x 11"
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Yeah my 8620 still going strong. I didnt update because the 8720 is so massive.
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shimh wrote: For those with printer heads fail or clog, do you use HP genuine ink or 3rd party ink? Personally, I have a 8600 for years. No problem so far. I only do occasional printing, sometimes, only once in a month+. Because of that, using genuine ink does not cost me a lot. One XL ink can last 2 years+ in my case.
About how many pages is that? The XL ink for all the colour and black cartridges costs about $130 right?
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