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How to Buy Printer Ink & Toner Cartridges

Depending on your budget, there are several ways to buy ink cartridges for your printer. Based on how much you tend to run prints and considering the prices of new name brand cartridges, this can translate either into a costly proposition (buying name brand cartridges) or else into enormous savings. For most printers this means savings of more than 50%. There are three main points when buying secondary market cartridges:

  • Whether or not non-manufacturer supplied cartridges could possibly void your printer warranty. Most dealers of such take a position that the warranty is not in jeopardy, some citing legal cases. While there are select inkjet manufacturers who state otherwise. Everything considered, you to investigate the replacement purchase just to be sure, and familiarize yourself with your own manufacturer terms and conditions of your inkjet or laser printer.

    Likewise, some inkjet manufacturers go so far as to specify the type of print paper, paper that comes at considerable expense. Countless versions of high quality papers are on the market.

  • Excluding the prospect of refilling there are three main options when buying toner and ink. These are OEM cartridges (name brand) and remanufactured cartridges, and then there are compatible cartridges.

  • The repeated use of the same cartridge container carries environmental benefits due to the savings in raw materials. Tonnes of plastic, aluminum and oil each year through the practice of recycling cartridges.

Cartridge Types: OEM Cartridges Remanufactured Compatible Cartridges

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