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Brother DR-130CL drum unit

Viking Number Q2N-DR130CL

Drum unit for Brother printers

Designed to keep your Brother printer running at top performance, the Brother DR-130CL drum unit helps produce superb quality printing, time after time

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£124.00
Each
(£148.80 incl. VAT)
Qty.
ex VAT
incl. VAT

1
£124.00
£148.80

2+
£119.00
£142.80


Description

Drum unit for Brother printers

Brother consumables are designed to get the best from your Brother printer, and are built to a superior level of quality

Compatible with the Brother DCP 9040 series, 9042 series, 9045 series, 9440 series, 9840 series, HL 4040 series, HL 4050 series, HL 4070 series, MFC 9440 series, 9450 series, 9840 CDW and 9849 CDN

Allows up to 17,000 prints from a single unit

Every Brother product comes with a comprehensive warranty, giving you peace of mind and quality you can trust

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Specifications

Viking Number DR130CL 
Approx. Prints (sheets) 17000 
Cart. No. DR-130CL 
Colour Green 
Part No. DR-130CL 
Suitable For Brother DCP 9040 Series, 9042 Series, 9045 Series, 9440 Series, 9840 Series, HL 4040 Series, HL 4050 Series, HL 4070 Series, MFC 9440 Series, 9450 Series, 9840 CDW, 9849 CDN 
Unit Each 
Brand Brother 
EAN 4977766648172 
Original Or Compatible Original 
Brother DR 130CL drum unit
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Reviews

Brother DR-130CL drum unit reviews verified by Reevoo

Print quality
9.5
Compatibility
10.0
Speed
9.3
Value for money
6.8
Overall rating
9.3
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
10 out of 10

Alison

GB
+
It is what it says it is & does the job it's supposed to do does it really need to be revued?
Like most things always hope to get them cheaper than the price paid!
Confirmed purchase: 24 September 2014
Published on: 09 October 2014
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