Our printer collection showcases a range of printers from leading brands, including Epson, Canon, Brother, and HP. Whether you're in need of a wiredor wireless printer, you'll find a model to suit your specific needs.

Our collection features a variety of printer styles, including EcoTank printers, which offer a more cost-effective and eco-friendly printing solution, and all-in-one printers that combine printing, scanning, copying, and faxing capabilities in one compact machine.

To ensure seamless and continuous printing, don't forget to stock up on printer ink. With a range of options to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect printer to meet your printing needs.

Once you have decided on the printer that best suits your needs, pop into one of our 23 stores nationwide, or pay €5.99 for quick and efficient delivery.

Don’t have the funds to pay everything up-front? Then consult our Humm Finance payment planner and spread your payment across multiple months.

Furthermore, our DID protection plan powered by AIG will help provide peace of mind by giving you accidental cover in case something happens to your new printer.


Buying Printers Ireland FAQs

Which printer has the least problems?

It's difficult to pinpoint a single printer that has the least problems, as different models and brands may have different reliability rates. It's generally a good idea to read reviews and do your research before purchasing a printer to get a sense of its reliability. Many brands have great support services online which can help with troubleshooting your device. 

What is the most popular all-in-one printer?

It's hard to say exactly what the most popular all-in-one printer is, as it can depend on the location and the specific needs of the user. However, some popular brands of all-in-one printers include Brother, HP, and Epson.

What kinds of 3D printers are available?

There are several different types of 3D printers available, including filament-based printers that use a spool of plastic filament to create the object, powder-based printers that use a bed of powder and a binding agent to build the object layer by layer, and resin-based printers that use a liquid resin that is cured with UV light to create the object.

Check out our blog on more printer FAQs.