Philips LaserFax LPF5125 Toner Cartridges

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Black toner cartridges for the Philips LaserFax LPF5125 printer

Genuine Black Philips PFA751 Toner Cartridge - (PFA-751)
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Price per page

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It is derived from testing using the international ISO standard for printing (ISO/IEC 24711 and 24712). For most cartridges this means 5% coverage printed onto plain A4 paper.

3,300 pages
1 £67.08 (£80.49 inc VAT)
2 £64.64 (£77.57 inc VAT)
3+ £63.67 (£76.40 inc VAT)
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2.0p per page

Price per page

This figure is based on manufacturer quoted values and is for comparison purposes only.

It is derived from testing using the international ISO standard for printing (ISO/IEC 24711 and 24712). For most cartridges this means 5% coverage printed onto plain A4 paper.

3,300 pages
£67.08 (£80.49 inc VAT)

Free next-day delivery

1
Multi-buy discount
2 £64.64 (£77.57 inc VAT)
3+ £63.67 (£76.40 inc VAT)

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  • We have a Philips LaserFax 5125 and need a new toner. Do I need an LPF5125 or PFA751 toner and what's the difference between them?

    Philips LPF5125 toner number

    LPF5125 is the printer model number rather than the toner cartridge number. For the Philips LaserFax LPF5125 printer you need to use the black Phlilps PFA751 toner cartridge as listed above: http://www.cartridgesave.co.uk/PFA751.html

    Answered by Tamara Sawyer (Staff Member) - about 3 years ago
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Philips LaserFax LPF5125 Printer Review

Expert review of the Philips LaserFax LPF5125 printer 14 October 2011

Our Verdict:

Philips has a long tradition of dabbling in dozens of unique markets. From energy saving light bulbs to life-saving healthcare equipment, they make all of their products with the motto 'sense and simplicity' in mind. The LaserFax LPF5125 is a multi-purpose fax machine, scanner, and printer that attempts to do a little bit of everything. While there are similar machines on the market that are roughly the same price and quality, there are a few unique qualities which Philips has brought over from their other products.

Design

This 10 kg printer looks as if a fax machine and home printer were fused together. The phone, pin pad, and computer controls are all located on top of the LPF5125 while the smaller 100 sheet output tray sticks out of the face of the printer. The 250 sheet input bin and Philips LPF5125 toner saddles can be accessed through two small hatches on the front, directly next to the scanner output. A flash memory and small processor can save 200 pages of faxes and scans even when the ink or paper has run out.

Advantages

The unique Eco features are the saving grace of the LaserFax LPF5125 and this is no doubt a major trend in all of Philip's products. The paper save function can put multiple pages of faxes, scans, and prints on a single page of paper to reduce excess usage of paper. The toner save mode reduces the Philips LPF5125 cartridge usage by as much as 40% while the power save mode can save on energy costs by putting the printer in hibernation. The fax has a decent amount of features which enable hundreds of saved contacts as well as group broadcasting to nearly two dozen parties.

Disadvantages

For such a small and reasonably priced machine, the LPF5125 performs just under what a small office may like to see. The mono laser prints come out at 200 dpi, well below the 600 dpi that comes standard anymore. The prints are produced at a sluggish at 6-10 pages per minute depending on if they are coming from the scanner, faxer, or printer. The LPF5125 was built for a small office needing an entry-level fax machine more than a laser printer.