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 NON-OEM ink jet cartridges - are they safe?

Answer Non-OEM inkjet cartridges are actually a great way to save money on printer ink (which can be really pricey for some machines). I've used them - and still do, for my cannon - they've worked out re... Read More »
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How safe are remanufactured ink cartridges to use?

This is sort of a crap shoot until you find a good supplier that understands all the issues such as embedded ink level chips, and that uses quality refill ink followed by properly resealing the car... Read More »
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Are compatible laser cartridges safe?

On One Hand: Cartridges Can Void a WarrantyManufacturers of some laser printers provide documentation with the devices that discourages the use of compatible cartridges. According to technology web... Read More »
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Where can I buy cheap ink cartridges for my Epsom Stylus Photo R220 printer. Compatible Cartridges will do.?

I usually get mine from cartridgeworld or tesco as they are normally cheapest.
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Are remanufactured / compatible printer cartridges / inkjet cartridges as good as the real thing?

usually, they're just cheaper, still work ok
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