Brother DR-130CL Drum Unit

star
star-filled
4 reviews
0.7p per page

For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

0.7p per page

Pack of 1 cartridges 1 pack |  

0.7p per page

(1 pack)

Page yield:
  • 17,000 pages 17,000
£143.46 inc VAT

FREE next-day delivery

Out of stock

  • Buy more, save money
  • 2 £140.39 inc VAT
  • 3+ £139.27 inc VAT
star
star-filled
4 reviews

Average Customer Review:

5 Star
4
4 Star
0
3 Star
0
2 Star
0
1 Star
0
See all 4 reviews
0.7p per page

For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

0.7p per page

Pack of 1 cartridges 1 pack |  

0.7p per page

(1 pack)

Page yield:
  • 17,000 pages 17,000

Reviews
star
star-filled
4 reviews

5 Star
4
4 Star
0
3 Star
0
2 Star
0
1 Star
0
Average customer rating: 5 out of 5
Write a customer review
star
star-filled

By Martin on 1 July 2020

Absolutely stunning service. Cannot give higher praise than that!

star
star-filled

By Peter on 9 September 2018

As with previous orders - great company to deal with - just as I ordered, fast delivery and great service - thank you Cartridgesave

star
star-filled

By Lindsay Boyd on 16 February 2015

Super customer service with fast delivery.

star
star-filled

By Geoff on 26 May 2014

I bought the replacement drum because it was showing up on the printer screen as life expired and I was getting poor quality, rather washed-out looking prints which I assumed were caused by the old drum unit. The product arrived very rapidly - it comprises the tray section with the rollers, into which you slot the toner cartridges. It's very easy to fit - if you've ever replaced a toner cartridge, or ever taken the drum out of the machine to clean inside, you have already done everything you need to replace the drum. BUT changing the drum had no visible impact on print quality whatsoever. You have to reset the counter in the printer anyway, so I'd have been as well off to just reset the counter without changing the drum. It seems the poor print quality is down to using after-market (re-filled) toner cartridges. I find the price of brand new toner cartridges extortionate (it's obviously how they make the money - sell you a low cost printer and make the margin on the consumables) so I've been using after market ones, which are less than half the price, but they are still not good value - they leak, so the entire inside of the printer gets contaminated, prints get discoloured, and in this case, you just get washed out looking prints. So I'm between a rock and a hard place - pay through the nose for brand new, or pay what is still quite a lot for an unsatisfactory product.

About this product

Specifications

Brother printers that use Brother DR130CL cartridges