Where can I find what cartridges to buy for my printer?
You can search for your ink by the type of printer you have.
What is a remanufactured cartridge?
Remanufactured cartridges have been recycled to meet or exceed OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) specifications. They recycling process involves disassembling, inspecting, cleaning, reassembling and filling the product with ink.
What is compatible cartridge?
Compatible cartridges are non-OEM new cartridges - not recycled. Compatible cartridges are manufactured by a third party factory to the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacture) specifications. Each printer cartridge is carefully researched, manufactured and tested. New compatible cartridges are added on a regular basis.
How easy is the compatible or remanufactured cartridge to install?
Each cartridge is installed the same way that you would install the original OEM cartridge. They are individually wrapped in foil or plastic bag and have the tab on top (which you remove when installing the cartridge - just like the original OEM cartridge.) We recommend that you use the head cleaning or nozzle cleaning utility that comes with your printer to clean the printer heads (you should do this EVERY time you replace any cartridge - OEM or Compatible). Go to Control Panel - Printers - Properties - Utility.
How long will they last on the shelf?
Our cartridges are fresh from the factory every month and have a tested shelf life of at least 20 months.
How much money will I save by buying a compatible or remanufactured cartridge?
Typically buying a compatible or remanufactured cartridge saves you about 50-75% over the cost of a new OEM cartridge. This usually amounts to $15-$30 every time you use our product. Check out the savings for your printer. Make sure to explore different quantities to find the price break that suites you best. Notice the unit costs decreasing on volume orders!
Is this cartridge name-brand or generic?
Our complete line of printing products includes both name-brand (OEM) and generic cartridges and toners.
What does OEM stand for?
OEM is an abbreviation for 'Original Equipment Manufacturer.' When you see a product on our site that says OEM, that means that it is one of the "name-brand" cartridges from Canon, Hewlett Packard, Lexmark, etc.
Why should I buy a compatible or remanufactured cartridge?
The main reason for using compatibles is to save money, lots of it!
Will I get the same quality printing with a compatible or remanufactured cartridge?
We guarantee you will get the same quality printing. Many of our best customers are graphic designers and photographers who demand the highest quality printing and the strictest color matching. And our factory is ISO-9001 Certified.
Will using a compatible or remanufactured cartridge void my warranty?
No, using a compatible or remanufactured cartridge WILL NOT VOID YOUR WARRANTY. Major printer manufacturers sell printers at or below cost. They make their profits from selling the cartridges. Formerly, once you bought your expensive new printer you had no choice but to buy one of their cartridges after yours ran dry. By using compatibles you are cutting into their primary source of profit. Because of this, they will threaten to void your warranty if you use compatible or remanufactured cartridges. They are simply trying to protect their own interests anyway they can. It is however strictly ILLEGAL for them to do so. Use of remanufactured or compatible cartridges does not void your warranty MAGNUSON-MOSS WARRANTY IMPROVEMENT ACT, United States Code Annotated Title 15 Commerce Trade Chapter 50, Consumer Product Warranties 15 Sections 2302.
What is a nozzle?
Nozzles, or "jets" are located on the printhead. There may be anywhere from 48 to 320 nozzles on any printhead, and each of them is smaller than human hair.
What is a printhead?
The printhead is the most critical component of our printer - it is used to deliver the ink to the page that you are printing. Don't touch the printhead with your fingers.
What is a safety clip?
Some of our inkjet cartridges, particularly those for HP, Lexmark, are shipped in a protective plastic clip. This may cause the cartridge to appear like it won't fit inside the printer.
What is the circuitry on the cartridge?
The circuitry that is seen on some cartridges (such as some HP or Lexmark Cartridges) is the ink delivery system or printhead. This mechanism is a system of nozzles that are used to push ink onto the paper.
What is this tape on my cartridge?
An adhesive tape can be found on some models of inkjets. It may be one of several different colors and is used to protect the print head during transportation.
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