I want to buy a copier without a contract or a lease, which copier has the best CPC?

Some customers do not want to deal with leasing, they do not want to be tied into a leasing company and they rather just purchase the copier outright and pay for service when it is needed.

Although I do recommend a contract with a highly complex piece of equipment such as a Multi functional copier but if you don’t, I really have nothing terrible against it.

So, which copier is the is best and why?

Lets say you are in the search for a 30-35 CPM machine. The best hands down would be Copystar, I am not saying that because I really like them but stating this because it is what it is!

The Copystar CS3010 has a maintenance interval of 600K!, what does this mean in plain English?

The Copystar will not need drums, developer, fuser units for 600k! lets say they do not make that yield like ALL manufactures suggest, and I mean ALL! lets say the drums last you half that, still 300k before a drum change! that is amazing!

lets look at a few other top Manufactures and what they offer:

A Canon copier in this copy range will need drum replacement every 75k, to many in this range, that is once a year, so count on once a year on having a big expense. Good machines but a little needy.

Ricoh copiers is the same, count on every 60k a drum replacement along with developer and shortly after a fuser unit overhaul. Good machines but VERY needy.

I just have you a tip, I am not a snake oil salesman but a veteran technician and I am sharing with you very good information in my industry. All I ask you to do is bring a calculator and do some math.Image

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