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To buy copy machine or copier for sale from online quotes go to the Bizpare® comparison tool where it will guide you through or do the following:
Have a clear idea of what printing equipment you have currently
Make a note of your existing costs for toner, leases, service and callouts
Get 3 months worth of data on how many prints, copies you have done
Make a note of what functions you use in each area i.e. Colour, Duplexing, Stapling, Apple AirPrint, Scanning, etc
Make a list of the clear things you need in each area
Contact at least 3 dealers and give them your specific minimum requirements
Make sure you create a common form for each dealer to reply to so you can clearly see the differences
Give each dealer a date when you need all the information and prices to be back by
Give the dealers a date you will make the decision by – stick to it! This then keeps it fair for them and will reduce calls you get chasing you.
Review the contracts and terms carefully and ensure it matches your expectations.
When you make the decision inform the losing dealers why you made that choice.
Bizpare® quote tool will do this for you in a few minutes.
Buy copy machine for sale for a cheap price from online quotes then use Bizpare® to compare local and national UK dealers. Photocopiers are useful machines that companies use on a regular basis. The machines for home use are tailored to meet small-scale copying needs while the ones for business use are designed to offer large-scale copying of documents. These machines have evolved as a result of technological advancements and are now performing several functions besides copying documents. Colour photocopiers are popular with enterprises that require coloured documents regularly. They can scan, print and copy documents in colour. These photocopiers are therefore much better compared to mono photocopiers. They are also cost-effective as they are built to meet the demands of businesses and printing in volume with lots of functionality for varying situations.
Cheap is a usual type of photocopiers for sale at Bizpare® because of competition and we are proud of what we can do to help customers. This is a new way of buying photocopiers and offering good, cheap photocopiers for sale though online quotes. We understand that it’s difficult when you look round for the right photocopier. We also know you want to benefit the company by getting it at a good price. You want great value for money not necessarily just cheap as you want it to last the term and have a good experience throughout the duration. But you do want the best photocopier for sale at the cheapest price.
You need to be careful though as there are many elements to consider, what may seem to be cheap could actually end up costing a lot of money. You need to consider the price of maintenance and the contract terms. You can find a cheap photocopier where the capital price is very low, however, the capital can be the smallest of all the costs. As a thought, the perception of the cost of maintenance may seem small i.e. less than a penny, but in reality, if you do a lot of printing this will soon mount up. In fact, over the course of a year, these costs could even double as your business grows or increases in the terms kick in.
The great thing about the Bizpare® site is you’re able to buy and compare all the elements with companies across the UK or locally so you can be confident on getting a great price for all the photocopiers for sale on the site.
Black and white (mono)
Mono photocopiers represent almost 50% of the machines for sale on Bizpare®. These historically were the main workhorse of any office, but their popularity has dwindled since colour machines have become cheaper. This means that not as many mono machines are being sold and so because of economies of scale it can be a similar price to buy colour copiers as mono.
One good thing and definitely worth considering when you’re looking around at machines, there are less moving parts in a mono machine and so some would say they can be more reliable. It also takes away the temptation of the office to accidentally (or intentionally ) print in colour.
Colour photocopiers are the best for most offices. There are a few things to consider when it comes to printing in colour. All these things can be perceived as quality. This is usually ascribed to DPI, a conversation may go something like “what is the quality like?” “well the DPI is”. You may have heard that before, but there are a number of things which contribute to the colour quality and will change the perception of what looks “good”:
Such as the depth of colour. This can relate to how much toner is applied to the page so it looks solid and not washed out. I used to sell the Develop ineo +203 machine (discontinued) and the 224 and the selling point was the real world solid colour that it produced. But I moved companies and then started selling the Utax CDC 1930 which no matter how hard the engineers tried they couldn’t match the depth of colour the Develop produced. Obviously, things have changed and that was a while ago. Back then I would sell the 1930 more for business colour doing charts and spot colour and the Develop for those wanting photos and marketing materials etc.
So why sell the 1930 at all I hear you ask. Well, then the 1930 was cheaper per colour than the Develop, so it was a case of cost over quality. But it aptly demonstrates even though they could have the same dpi the quality would be still viewed as different due to the depth of colour.
Simply put this is how many dots the printer produces an inch of print. So then you would think two printers both with the same DPI would produce similar results of colour quality. Again not necessarily so because the way that printer or copier applies the dots of toner can make visually different results. One thing is how the dots are applied to the paper. You have probably done painting by numbers, where you have to paint blocks of colour, you would say the better artist would be the one who printed inside the lines and this would give a better quality of the picture. Its the same with photocopiers when they apply the dots to paper not all of them are applied accurately. Imagine a small box and half the dots are outside the box and half are inside, this relates to the quality of application of the dots per inch.
The type of technology used in producing the print on a printer or photocopier can vastly determine the look of the document. Laser, for example, will produce a very glossy finish to the document when printed. This will reflect the light and create a sheen that some businesses like because it creates a magazine front cover type look. There are some which don’t like this and say it can give an unnatural feel especially when it comes to skin textures and natural scenes.
You may have noticed there is a difference in look between laser and ink and one of the key differentiators is that ink absorbs into the paper. There are several benefits to this, one of the key ones is that creates a Matt look to the colour printing. This can be favourable when you don’t want the sheen that you get in laser products. It makes the picture more natural and it has been said to, at its highest level, produce a better picture to that of a laser. That’s debatable, but if you do consider this type of technology to produce a matt colour finish, some of the disadvantages can be: paying more on your paper, slower print speeds (on high quality), and higher cost per print costs. But technology is coming out all the time that is challenging these concepts and now you can you get office inkjets that are fast and cheap but there are questions about the reliability of these machines.
Reconditioned (second hand, used, refurbished)
Used photocopiers or printers may have been brought up when looking to buy a photocopier. This can be a great way of getting a machine with a lot of facilities for a very low cost. Bear in mind there is a saturation of low-cost machines available from dealers. Some of the positives are the capital cost can be very low and can even include stapling, extra paper cassettes, booklet makers, document feeders etc. without any additional cost, as the capital price has already been paid for. I would seriously consider a used machine if you’re doing much lower volume than the capability of the machine or reliability isn’t an issue.
The ideal situation is if you can get an over specified used machine cheaply that is covered by a dealer with a service agreement. Then its the dealer who has the risk and you could be winning all the way to the bank. Where not to consider used photocopiers is if you really need the machine to be reliable and good quality prints as this can diminish over time. So if a business has had the machine in a warehouse for two years doing over the recommended amount of prints you could end up with all the problems. You can also find the life of a used machine is shorter so it could be a false economy. The best life of a second hand photocopier machine is within the first few years, after that, you can run into more paper jams and more expensive repairs and after 5 years even problems getting parts.
Its a lottery, the only way to get at least some assurance of a good experience with your photocopier is to buy a new photocopier as then you get the full life and the best life of that machine. Be aware that some machines can be clocked too (the counters reset or put back) and so the machine you have bought could have done a million prints, like a car that’s done 200’000 miles that says 10’000 on the meter, you could have a very different expected experience when tied into a contract on that machine.
There are all types of small photocopier machines for sale on Bizpare® especially if you have a small business or home business but are doing a lot of printing. If you are a small company sharing space or a large company with a requirement for a machine in a small area there are plenty of options. I recommend looking for an A4 photocopier machine as these devices tend to be smaller than the A3 photocopiers or a smaller A3 machine. All the dimensions are on the website, just take some measurements of the dimensions you need and enter into the photocopier selector tool and it will show you which devices are suitable.
A4 is a popular choice for photocopiers and printers for sale. Probably all companies use this paper size in the UK. This machine doesn’t tend to have as good a long-term durability as some of the A3 alternatives and can have significantly less functionality. There are many things which affect the price as you can go out and get a cheap A4 copier for sale very cheaply, but this won’t last long if you’re doing enough prints. The machines the dealers sell do have a lot more durability and are made to last a minimum of 5 years but this does make them significantly more expensive to buy, up to 2 to 4 times. This is offset though as the running cost is much cheaper, so if you’re doing a lot of printing on an A4 photocopier pay more attention to the running costs (also called CPC – cost per copy) than the initial buying price and you will then have years of low bills to compensate for the initial large one.
A3 photocopiers for sale is what gets sold mostly in the dealer channel. They offer all the functionality, speed and durability that you could possibly need in an office environment. You will get a great and durable scanning facility or document feeder and a good amount of space to store toner, paper and print on most of the size of the paper you will ever need in an office. When buying an A3 machine do check that that is the minimum you need as a very small amount of business may need SRA3. A3 photocopiers for sale print will print the size of 2 x A4 size sheets of paper. But if you have a marketing department or if you are a Printers you may need to print on larger paper than A3. Both a3 and SRA3 machines are significantly more bulky than the A4 type that will not only take up a lot more space, they are heavier and use more electric. But definitely, a must to cover the majority of office printing requirements.
We have SRA3 photocopiers for sale for companies to buy. Usually, SRA3 has always been for Printers and companies with marketing departments who want to print samples and see what the printed result would look like. However, more and more SRA3 is becoming standard and replacing A3+ or even just A3. You should ask yourself do I really need this functionality or is it just nice to have? If you really need to buy an SRA3 multifunction machine make sure you get it on all the paperwork and contacts, as I have seen on a number of occasions the salesperson said it was SRA3 but it was actually A3+, now to most companies this is not a problem but if you have to have SRA3 then being stuck in a 5 year contract with the wrong machine can be a big problem.
So why have SRA3 in the first place? Well simply put it allows edge to edge or oversize printing. To get that really great colour front cover where the colour print goes to the edge of the paper a printer needs to print on large size paper and cut the paper down to A3 or A4. SRA3 gives the standard amount of border to allow this as the laser technology doesn’t allow you in most cases (there are a few new machines now that can allow edge printing on certain edges) to print to edge of the paper, there needs to be a 5mm border all around the edge of the paper.
Office MFPs, Office copy machine, desktop, or floor standing copiers, whatever type of office you have we will have a suitable photocopier or printer available for sale. Whether it’s a government organisation, charity, large office, small office, open plan office, cubicled offices or even offices with only you in it, the comparison site is able to work all the different requirements and match them with the right machines you can buy. No matter where your offices are in the country we will have a dealer about to give you a great service. We can even supply you used office photocopiers for sale to see if you can make a saving. Whether you’re looking to buy outright or office photocopier rental or office printer leasing.
Some companies rent out office space to others, a photocopier goes great in this environment giving all the tenants all the facilities they require to print in this environment. Whether it’s scanning, printing in colour or stapling, purchasing a multifunction machine could be all that they need. It allows all users to share and this will reduce costs and give them all the tools they need.
Office layouts can be a bone of contention as sometimes everyone wants their own printer on their desk so they don’t need to walk so far. Some will even want an MFP device on their desk, but by far the cheapest solution for the office is to consolidate the devices and have central devices that everyone can print to. Yes, this requires a bit more walking around the office (not that that’s a bad thing) but it can significantly reduce costs, increase security especially when it comes to GDPR for printing devices. It will also provide more functionality like A3, stapling and booklet making, improve quality and keep a tight control on costs by limiting colour or just printing in general to only those that need it. So gone are the days of printing 100’s of holiday snaps on the copier and passing them around the office!
GDPR compliant photocopier machine or printers
This relates to companies use of personal data and security of information. A lot of what is required is already in the mainstream good working practices, but yet many companies have been caught out by the requirements. I think most companies just thought a “this will do” attitude would be sufficient. So what made them take notice? It’s the fines. Talking to one company recently who had no photocopiers but just several small MFP’s. They said, “We don’t worry about the cost of changing the machines we’re more worried about being fined £15 million because of GDPR compliancy and we want to ensure, at least from a printing perspective, we are covered”.
This echoes a lot of companies thoughts, but they should be more concerned with the bad PR that can come from not having the proper protection in the first place. How many times have we seen a laptop with important information left or stolen, HR printing to the main office printer by accident instead of her desktop, printers and photocopier hard drives full of information going out to different customers and printers being hacked, USB sticks getting stolen? Overall GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a good thing for people and if you are not compliant, feel free to talk to us about what you can do.
Bizpare® doesn’t offer free photocopiers and be cautious of anyone who does as you have probably heard the expression “there is no such thing as a free lunch”. It is true you can present an office copy machine as free and it can have the perception to be free of a capital cost. But any reasonable person could work out where the money is being hidden, as you are paying for the capital cost even if it’s not clear. So how is it done? Dealers can offer a lease that is “per copy” and ties you into an agreement for a minimum amount of prints. So the capital cost of these free machines is built into the service.
So why not just tell customers its tied up into the service? Well it looks better “we give schools free photocopiers” or we can give you a free machine. Secondly, it’s more profitable to the dealer, when you do more copies over the minimum because the rate includes capital rate so does the excess but because this is already covered with the minimum bills the excess is extra profit. There are some contracts that are not based on a minimum term but on the number copies produced so when the lease goes over the minimum amount of copies of the full contract all these copies are profit.
To summerise, its best for companies not to get a free copier and just stick to a standard agreement where you can be sure you’re getting a good deal and no hidden costs.
1 The first benefit on a laser, you can use more types of paper
2 Speed of high-quality print is also better over inkjet
3 Glossy Print
4 More competition is an advantage to companies buying
5 More variety of models to choose from
6 Better coverage of support with laser printers and copiers
7 Special models remove the toner from the page for recycling paper
8 More reliable
9 Print quality not as reliant on paper quality
10 More functionality available to bought
11 Better at printing small fonts
12 SRA3 models available
13 Able to print on more varied media
1 st benefit of inkjet is the machines are lighter than laser
2 Print much faster in low quality
3 Larger amounts of prints to a cartridge
4 Another advantage is some models boast much lower running costs (usually the bigger office machines)
5 Matt finish on print
6 Smaller in size
7 Better quality photos printed on special paper (although the cost of the paper can be a disadvantage)
8 Better natural tones for cheaper
9 Lower noise
10 Some have faster duplex printing
Copy machines come in different sizes and shapes. Prior to purchasing a photocopy machine, you should consider what your needs are. Basically, your needs will concern the capacity, speed and scope at which the photocopier can copy and print documents. The best photocopy machines to choose from include:
You can choose a desktop photocopier if you have a small office or a business that only needs to print low volumes of documents or pictures.
These machines are suitable for firms that need to print large volumes of documents. These photocopiers usually have a stacker that is able to create several stacks of documents to assist the user to keep the print jobs organised.
These machines have a wide printing and scanning scope. They are able to meet the needs of companies of any size. They usually have multiple paper trays which can print on papers of different sizes simultaneously. They also have a large scanning surface and can copy or print different qualities.
These machines usually feature an automatic document feeder that can handle documents with many pages automatically. You can choose such a machine if your business needs to reproduce large brochures or to copy contracts.
Purchasing a new photocopier it is essential to consider several factors before you purchase a photocopier. This machine is an investment which will play a vital role in your business. photocopier procurement, therefore, is essentially choosing the machine that suits the needs of your business. Some of the factors to consider before buying a photocopier include:
When buying an expensive device, it is important to ensure that it will provide you with value for money. One of the things you should consider is the network capability of a photocopier. As a standard, all mid volume sized photocopiers have networking capabilities. However, it is still vital to ask and determine the number of users that can be linked to the photocopier you want to buy. The other essential feature to consider is the purchase of a scanner. Most copiers have multiple functions incorporated into them. A photocopier that has multiple functionalities offers the much-needed convenience.
Copy speed is vital in a busy office when you buy a copier. Basically, the copy speed is how fast a photocopier produces a copy per minute. For some enterprises, having a speedy machine that can produce 50 copies per minute is essential. However, the enterprises that have lower volume copying needs would be satisfied with a machine that produces 30 copies per minute. The other factor which coincides with the copy speed is the number of copies the copier can produce per toner cartridge. Considering this factor is important if you are looking for an economical way to produce or print documents without spending a lot of money on ink or toner cartridges.
If you have tried a particular brand of office equipment and had a great experience with it, there is a good chance that you will consider that brand again. Trust is important in business. Once customers establish trust with a particular manufacturer, they form a bond that cannot be easily broken. The opposite is true when a manufacturer fails to win the confidence of a customer in the first place. If you have established a good relationship with a certain manufacturer of office equipment, you can opt for that brand when buying a photocopier.
Considering the amount of money you can spend on a photocopier is essential. At times, price and brand are directly related. You can go for a photocopier from a reputable brand even if its price is higher than the competition. However, it does not hurt to compare the features of other more cost-effective brands from differnt quotes. It is worth it to try out another brand if it provides you with a larger discount and good service.
After sales service
Photocopy machines need regular maintenance. Some manufacturers of photocopiers assign repair and maintenance professionals to the companies they sell their equipment to. These professionals should be able to service your photocopier in a timely fashion.
So you have had a salesperson come in and you’re looking to buy a colour photocopier machine, he lays down the most amazing colour photos of rich and stunning pictures you have ever seen. He then tells you about the machine that produced it and how you could be the proud owner. Be careful making your decision of what photocopier you are going to buy based on the samples sent to you. These samples are the best that can be produced and are rarely what can be replicated in the office. Here are a few reason why:
Most of the colour samples are produced by the manufacturer and are sent out to the dealers. These copiers are usually brand new and optimised by the manufacturer using colour charts and technology rarely used by dealers. So when you get your machine, assuming its the same machine you will be buying, it will come with the factory default settings, programmed by the dealer (in most cases).
Usually the specification of the machines that prints the samples is not as high spec as the one you will be receiving. I would quite often see samples for normal office print with a quality that had been produced with a machine with a Fiery controller. Even though the customer wasn’t buying a photocopier with a Fiery, they were being presented with those samples. They could never replicate the level of colour on the sample even on the first day of setting up the new colour photocopier. So always insist on any samples that it is produced on a sample specification machine. Ideally, you go and see the print for yourself.
I have also seen salespeople take samples from completely different machines and claim they are from the machine they are selling. Obviously, it goes without saying this is a dishonest practice and could sway you to making the wrong decision when choosing you colour photocopier to buy for the office. One way to get around this is to go and see the machine and see the samples being produced at the showroom of the dealer or manufacturer.
The type of paper you use can impact on the quality of the image that is printed. A simple illustration is the thickness of the paper, if you can see through the paper because the paper isn’t very thick then the colour behind can impact of the colour on the front. Have a good weight of paper, the good quality will improve the print that’s contained. You may not have noticed but the paper has a white colour either pink or blue. If you roll up a sheet of paper you will see either a slight blue or pink tint to it, this can alter the colour perception especially with inkjet printing.
With inkjets, because the ink can seep into the page, buying paper specially optimised for inkjets will provide you with better image quality (sharper more defined) less wrinkling of the paper, quicker drying and less smudging.
Lasers, the paper needs to be able to tolerate the heat that’s produced. Because on some machines the heat can be so intense I have witnessed a few issues with paper that can have a major impact on your printing. One customer changed the supplier of their paper (all paper uses water in the process to create a mulch and it is dried to a certain level, the better quality paper is dried to a higher level then cheaper paper) and must have been getting his cheap paper from a supplier with a moist warehouse (paper will absorb atmospheric water) as when I looked into the machine the reason why it was jamming was there was water running down the inside of the machine and then the wet paper was then jamming. As soon as they went back to the old supplier the problem stopped.
When you get a printing sample an engineer has optimised the printing device to the best of its capability. When you buy the device you usually get the default setting, each copying machine has a method of checking the quality and optimising it automatically which does a good job of producing a good quality print. But if you have a manufacturer engineer (also many Printers) they will be able to change the colour pallet to really get the best from it, matching Pantone colours and producing more natural skin tones and colour matching. This also may need constant readjustment to keep it in line. So just take any sample you see with a pinch of salt unless it is produced on the actual machine you’re buying straight out of the box.
The internet makes it possible to purchase anything. You can, therefore, choose to buy a photocopier for your business online. One of the benefits of buying a photocopy machine online is the opportunity to save money. If you look at a photocopier price list online, you will find that the machines are generally sold at cheaper prices compared to physical stores. This is due to the fact that online stores have lower overhead costs this definately benefits your pocket.
When you search for a photocopier online, you will also find that there are retailers specialising in specific types or brands of copiers like colour, monochrome or multifunction printers. Buying a photocopier online will also enable you to gain from the expertise of the retailers. Most reputable retailers seek to communicate with their customers before they make purchases in order to assist them to choose the copier that will meet their business needs.
It is possible to make further savings if you choose to lease a photocopier and negotiate for better rates in your service level contract. You may even make additional savings by choosing a more cost-effective end of the range or refurbished photocopier.
When you choose to buy a photocopier online, you will also have a good opportunity to view the features and specifications of each machine in detail. With this information, you will be able to make an informed decision. You will get to decide if a particular copier can meet the needs of your business. You will not make a purchasing decision just because of the information a sales representative gives you.
Reputable copy machine service repair companies that sell office equipment online will have a phone number for sales that allows its clients to speak with knowledgeable product experts. It may also have an online form that customers can complete. On such a form, you can input your requirements and the most relevant dealers will then contact you directly.
A reputable specialist photocopier company will be able to provide you with high-quality services from the time you make the initial inquiry. The sales consultants of the firm will be ready to discuss your needs. If necessary, these sales consultants can visit your business premises to assess the needs of your office. The in-house technicians of the company can also sort out any issues with your photocopiers quickly due to their model specific and high-level training that is attained by taking manufacturer training courses.
The in-house technicians will also work with IT professionals who can install your copier and connect it to the network you use. This will enable remote printing and copying throughout your office. As you purchase a photocopy machine online, you need to be cautious as you would be when buying it from a physical store. It is vital to choose a reputed online firm. Make sure that the website of the company contains all the information you need to make an informed decision. Find out more about the after sales policy of the firm. One of the reputable firms where you can buy a photocopier is Bizpare®.
When buying a photocopier in th UK there are certain elements that should be considered which will help you make a right choice:
1. Understand your photocopying requirements
When buying a copier make sure you ask the right questions to yourself and you are clear with your photocopier functionalities and the future requirement. Understand what kind of copier will suit your work considering the image quality, the speed, manufacturers, copy volume, additional features and benefits, everything must be examined.
2. Deal with multiple copier dealers
Make sure you explore all the necessary available options in the market. Contact the dealers for Ricoh photocopiers, Kyocera, Toshiba, Samsung, Sharp etc. and find out which one will best suit your requirements.
3. Ask companies to produce reviews
Ask companies to produce customer reviews according to your requirements. Speak to various references apart from the company you want to go with, don’t just read the statements the sales guys carry around, call the customers and ask probing questions.
4. The 5-year projection
It is important to go through the projections well ensuring it consists of all the expenses like installation costs, services charges, increases etc. You can also ask for the 5-year projection and take quotes from them. This will help you shortlist the suppliers according to your needs, quality, and budget. It will also help really see who is offering the best overall deal and will highlight any terms you have missed.
5. Understand your photocopying terms and contract well
When you’ve made a decision about the company you are going with, read your contract well and investigate all the hidden costs. You may want to use a solicitor or accountant. Understand what all terms you’ll be required to fulfil and ask correct questions before closing the deal. This includes reading your current contract before you sign another as you will have lease and service settlements which could be being rolled into the next lease and by waiting you could get a much better deal.
6. Plan your time
When you know your terms, you may have had to give notice and then you can plan the changeover in contracts reducing the settlement costs and ensuring you get the best deal. You then can TAKE THE TIME TO CONSIDER THE BEST OPTION AND HOW TO PROCEED WITH IT.
Always have another colleague in the room, don’t make a decision in a meeting wait until you have time to think it through. Make sure you have a full written quote and you have READ THE TERMS before you sign anything.A list of all the Photocopier Manufacturers and brands which you can buy, lease, hire or rent from dealers.
Bizpare® is the right place to shop for a photocopier for your business. On this website, you will find hundreds of multifunction copiers. Bizpare.com also has a quote engine that gives you a great opportunity to obtain the best, affordable copier for your business. The unique engine on our site allows you to select the best photocopier for your needs. Therefore, you can easily buy the multifunction copier that offers the best value for money.
Our quote system has various sizes of machines available, including A3, A4 and SRA3 among others. If you need a printer, you can find one at Bizpare.com. We will assist you with leasing, toner costs and the number of prints you are doing so that you can get the most suitable machine. Our proposal engine can assist you to save money by determining the total costs you will incur if you choose a particular copier. In order to make it easier to buy or lease a photocopier, you just have to let us know about the needs of your business. We will then match you with several top companies that can meet those needs.
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