Copier machines are used by some of the biggest retailers and manufacturers in the world.
But it can be hard to know what to expect when you buy one of these machines.
One thing is for certain, though: When it comes to the copier machine itself, there’s no denying that they’re expensive.
Copier machines cost about $150,000 each, according to a report from the U.K.’s Independent.
And that’s just for the basic model, which costs $300,000 to $400,000.
But there are some notable exceptions to the rule.
A $200,000, 5-inch, 16-inch Copier is a common machine, said Mike Brown, owner of the shop in Los Angeles where we met.
The machine can also be bought with a built-in camera, which is also expensive.
And if you’re buying a machine that doesn’t come with a camera, you can get it for $250,000 in the U, according the report.
That’s not a lot of money, but for a machine built by a small shop in California, it can add up.
When you factor in the extra cost of an entire copier, like an $80,000 Copier Pro, and a $100,000 copier Pro Plus, you’re looking at around $2.3 million for a standard, 32-inch machine.
“It’s not cheap, but I think you can afford it,” Brown said.
Brown is also in the business of selling copiers to the public, so he does get a little bit of a commission for each sale.
But he says that’s usually a small amount, not enough to make him lose his job.
We were able to buy two of these for $80k and we got about two weeks of the sale,” Brown told us.
In the meantime, we decided to buy a pair of machines that we knew we’d like.
There are plenty of copiers out there, from the popular ones to the budget-friendly models that can cost anywhere from $80 to $500.
If you’re thinking of going for a cheap copier and don’t mind a little more money, check out our guide to the best copier machines for $200.Read More