Summary: This refurb printer lasted less than 6 weeks. It stopped picking up paper from the tray, does not recognize the level of toner in the cartridge, and will randomly decide it takes an hour to print. Certainly didn't get our moneys worth for this one.
Fabulous service from vendor and quick turn around time.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
27 May 2008
Summary: I can't say how pleased I am with this vendor and the product I purchased. I put in an incorrect delivery address for this printer. I ordered it from home but since I ordered it for my work, I had to change the address but it proved to be no problem.
Summary: I didn't buy it here--I bought it for thirty bucks used off the list that starts with see. (The seller didn't know what the "dn" stands for and had bought another printer.) I have it on my home network and it just keeps on ticking.
Summary: POS printer.. I've had this for a few years and I'm throwing it away. Print quality was never as good as an ink jet. Duplex printing worked the first time and then jams from now on. Dell discontinued this almost as soon as it was produced. Typical of Dell?
Summary: This printer has been discontinued for many years. My office, which has this printer, needed a replacement part that is no longer available. It was cost effective to order this item for the replacement part and now we have a backup printer. This printer does the job.
Summary: I'm not usually a big fan of Dell products but I have owned 2 Dell 1700s in the past and now have upgraded to 2 Dell 1720s. These laser printers just keep turning out the pages more reliably than any other printer I've used over the past 30 years.
Summary: I've had a couple of the Dell 1720 printers. They're pretty reliable like the HP1200, but they do like to jam when they get to the last sheet of paper, unlike the HP that just struggles a few times to grab something that's not there then gives up, the 1720 will half print the second last page, grab...