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Ron
13 Jun 2017

Bob, I've been using cartridges from InkFarm.com for several years now, and have had no problem. I have a Canon MG5320 printer. InkFarm has good prices and quick delivery.

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Betsy
13 Jun 2017

What about the new ecofill printers? We are in the market for a 4-in-1 and came across these at Staples. I like the idea of saving on ink, but the printer itself seems to be selling at a premium.

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Paul M
13 Jun 2017

I've been using LD cartridges for my Brother 3 in 1 for several years. I have no complaints whatsoever.

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marylou taylor
13 Jun 2017

I purchased cartridges from 123 inkjets and popped in a black. MY HP printer said it was broken or missing.I couldn't see or feel any problem with it. Luckily I had bought more than one so I put the other in and it was fine. I have texted the company to make sure I can exchange it. Today I will try the colored ones to make sure they are good.

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Michael
13 Jun 2017

We've found 123inkjet and LD products are quite good. We currently use highly-rated cartridges sold on Amazon. But we are moving away from printing all together, as our office slowly becomes paper-free. By next year, we hope to only use scanners. (fingers crossed).

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larry sperling
13 Jun 2017

learned something the other day about printer ink.i have been using reman print cartridges for years with no trouble. i recently needed to print some pictures.they came out fine but even after sitting all night the ink would not dry.i was ready to contact my supplier when i noticed the prints were not on the glossy side. printed another with the right side up and the ink dried almost immediately,so evidently the surface finish of the paper had something to do with curing the ink?

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Dave V.
13 Jun 2017

I've been using LD cartridges for years with my HP and Samsung printers with no issues, same with ink for Epson inkjets

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Steve
13 Jun 2017

I have used refilled cartridges for many years. In fact, I usually refill my own older HP cartridges (without a chip). One cartridge can be refilled 6-10 times. I refuse to pay the outrageous new ink prices. When buying a printer, always check whether refilled cartridges are available (for some new printers, they may not be), so you won't get stuck paying as much for replacement cartridges as you did for the printer.

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Ron
13 Jun 2017

I have used the same two companies you have used and I have found the printing quality to be good, the companies stand behind their products, and the prices to be excellent.

Posted by:

Dale
13 Jun 2017

I have used continuous flow ink systems and
refillable ink cartridges for at least 18 years with my HP inkjet printers. I have purchased the systems, cartridges and ink supplies from www.inkproducts.com.

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clyde
13 Jun 2017

I have used my search engine to find the best price
makes me no diff what I get or where any more, I have found all remakes, refilled cartridges to be about the same just got two 12 packs for less than the usual 12 pack came from China they works as good as the Brother ones

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Bob K
13 Jun 2017

When I buy a new printer, it comes with a 'starter' cartridge that lasts for the time to brew a good cup of coffee. Why would I want to buy more cartridges of that brand!

We had locally a couple stores, Metro Cartridge, that offered good refilled cartridges at decent prices. And, I never had one that was bad.

Then I upgraded to a LASER printer for black & white. I would forget to use the inkjet (for color) for long times and the cartridges would dry out or clog. Solved that with a color LASER thing.

I, too, had tried refilling my own cartridges. Never got that down to where it was worthwhile.

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Jack
13 Jun 2017

I have been using Arthur ink for over a year and have not had any problems. I have also tried LD but I like Arthur better, better price and the cartridge is better.

Thanks

Posted by:

misterfish
13 Jun 2017

Good topic for de-bunking sales hype!
I use Inkredible in the UK, buying their compatible cartridges with no problems. I also stick to Brother printers as they have individual colour cartridges for more savings.
Yeah, I used to refill my old cartridges, only it was my trousers (pants to you) that ended up soaked in ink....

Posted by:

Ken
13 Jun 2017

Bob
Good readings again. I don't have a printer at the mo left it in Orange County last year, will expect to be reunited soon. Regards >
Ken

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Craig Beard
13 Jun 2017

Two thumbs up for LD. We've been using them for a few years now -- first with an Epson, currently with a Canon. The cartridges work great and the price is right.

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Mike Dinn
13 Jun 2017

In Australia I have been using YYUDA (viaEbay) for years. 5 cartdges for $15, free post, compared with $28 for ONE!

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Southport lefty
13 Jun 2017

I've been using Costco for my hp ink refills for years. Very pleased. Once they forgot to set something in cartridge. But they corrected it. No problems since.

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Linda Ohanian
13 Jun 2017

I have an HP Officejet Pro 8600 that I've used for years and am now using Member's Mark Ink (Black) from Sam's Club. Use refilled cartridges for colors and black at Costco as well. Both sources are just fine!

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Annette N
13 Jun 2017

I tried LD because of your recommendation. I received 2 cartridges - of black ink. They both printed green. It was disappointing.

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