Reviews and Problems with HP Photosmart C3180 All-in-One
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5 November 2012
Summary: I owned this printer for about 4 years. Never ever had a serious problem with it. While studying at uni I used to use it nearly every day. Printing quality is great. And all its features - scanning, copying (and printing of course) were incredibly helpful and useful at the time. Just fell in love with this printer. The only downside - ink was expensive, so i used to get cartridges refilled rather than buying a new one every time it runs out.
Excerpt: I bought a HP C3180 as my very expensive Epsom and all replacements given continued to go wrong. I had no idea how good it was, just that it was on special with a digital camera. I can honestly say it is the best printer I have ever had, the only down side being front loader, so thickness of card can be a bit of a problem.
Summary: Anyone who complains about their pc crashing or there is no return policy or the warrenty ran out after 1 month etc its a load of rubbish, by law if you buy something over the internet you have a right to return it for any reason you want, for a full refund, if your pc crashes its because your system is clogged with rubbish or user error and the minimum international warrenty length is 6 months aswell I have had this printer for about 2 years now and had absolutely zero...
Excerpt: I've had my HP Photosmart C1380 All-in-one Printer for quite awhile now. It's proved to be a reliable work horse produces great text and photographs and for the price I believe represents a good buy. The first I heard about the HP printer was back in 2006 and at that time they were selling for around the £70 mark, at the time of writing you can buy them from Amazon for £49.00 including free delivery.
Summary: I love this machine, it can do everything it says pretty much, just don't try and refill the HP cartridges yourself otherwise you may find it leaks huge black ink marks over your pretty pictures!
Summary: What a great little printer, photocopier, scanner all in one for such a good price. Fast enough for home use, easily set up (on laptop), colour is great and quite compact. Only down side is cartridges are not that cheap but still definitely worth it. Buy it!
Summary: About 10 years ago I bought a secondhand HP printer for approx £150, since then I've only owned HP's and have had the pleasure of gaining more features for a lot less money, I bought this one for my wife and it's brilliant, don't delay, click 'add to shopping basket. Came with b/w and colour cartridges.
Summary: Totally efficient service from Amazon as always. Printer excellent. Very easy to install in no time at all. Print quality very good and pleased with the photo printing. A great printer for the price of under £40 post free - can't be bad!!
Summary: At Amazon's current price of less than £40, this is easily a bargain for a multifunction device. It tops PC Advisor's list of recommendations and I'm not surprised: the unit is fairly compact and well-built, the instructions are simple to follow and the set-up process is painless. I installed using the custom setting thus avoiding some of the unnecessary programmes bundled with the unit. Inclusion of Vista drivers on a separate CD was a nice touch.