Summary: With my first copy attempt the paper jammed, then I tried again and jammed. Seems like it cant pull the paper correctly and the paper crimples and jams. Also the print quality was like I had run out of toner. This was on my first try and second. Even when I placed it at maximum darness it copy came out crimpled bc of poor feed mechanism and very light as if I had no toner.
Summary: I've had this copier for a couple of years. It has ALWAYS worked beautifully! Not a single problem with it, or with the earlier model I used for a number of years (which my ex now has). It's simple, easy to use, and the cartidges are easy to replace. It's not super fast, but it is inexpensive and reliable. Combining the cost of toner (around $90 for 2000 copies) and paper, copies run just about 5 cents per page.
Summary: I was thrilled to receive this copier the very next day after I ordered it. I needed it for business reasons and was expecting to wait a few days for it to be delivered. The quality of this copier is excellent. Thank you for such good service.
Summary: A friend of mine has the PC160 and he's quite happy with it. Toner cartridge can be expensive, though, so if you make a lot of copies, you might as well go to a professional copy shop. But for the small business owner who occasionally makes copies, this is an affordable copier. You should be aware that the newer model PC170 is almost $50 cheaper on Amazon than this older model, so I suggest getting the PC170 instead.