Help Center - Which HP LaserJet Printer is the Most Durable?

PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19, we are currently not accepting walk-ins or in person order pickups.

Which HP LaserJet Printer is the Most Durable?

When it comes to durability, the feature to look for are laser printers that are designed for heavy printing. 

For LaserJet printers, you will need to look for Recommended Monthly Page Volume. The higher its Recommended Monthly Page Volume, the more able the printer is for heavy printing. 

But the higher the Recommended Monthly Page Volume, the more expensive it is. So one should estimate how much do they print per month.

If they print 700 pages a month, then a LaserJet printer with a Recommended Monthly Page Volume of 1,000 pages will suffice. Anything less will wear the printer down before the average lifespan of 5 years.

For example, if you only print 300 pages a month, then an inexpensive, small but professional HP LaserJet Printer Pro M15w will suffice. It has a Recommended Monthly Page Volume of 100-1000 pages.  It's a print-only, monochrome printer with a standard0-sized cartridge that costs $0.05 per page. Its compatible cartridges cost $0.03 per page.

If you will need a color laser printer, then we would recommend HP LaserJet Printer Pro MFP M180nw. This color laser printer has a Recommended Monthly Page Volume of 150-1,500 pages. The total of its CMYK cartridges cost is $0.24. Its compatible cartridges cost a total of $0.14. 

If you print more than 1,000 pages a month, HP LaserJet Printer Pro M118dw has a Recommended Monthly Print Volume of 200-2,000 pages. Its standard-sized cartridge costs $0.039 while its compatible cartridge costs $0.025.

To know which inkjet printer is most durable, click here.

Looking for cheap ink cartridges? Feel free to check our brand printer pages for remanufactured HP toner and ink, Epson ink and toner, Brother ink and toner, Canon ink and toner, Lexmark ink and toner or other cheap printer ink cartridges and search for your printer model through the list provided.