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  1. A new product that guarantees perfect print quality and yield.
  2. Will meet or exceed the quality and yield of original products.
  3. Unbeatable Value.
  1. An original product that’s been recycled for the first time. Some parts replaced to guarantee reliability.
  2. High grade ink to guarantee print quality and longevity.
  3. Checked and tested prior to dispatch.

Ink Cartridges & Supplies

PremiumCompatibles carries a wide choice of ink cartridges for all types of printers, so no matter what model you have, we have the perfect cartridge to get your printer up and running again. We have ink cartridges for HP and Epson inkjet printers, as well as Brother and Canon printers. Among our popular printer ink brands are Kodak and Dell inkjet cartridges. When it comes to ink cartridges, how long do they last? The majority of ink cartridges have a 24-month shelf life. The expiration date is printed on the package of all cartridges and can be used as a guide. However, if properly stored, your ink cartridges should last for up to 24 months. Make sure the cartridges are kept in an airtight container and away of direct sunlight. Keep the cartridges at normal temperature, away from heat sources like radiators. Which ink cartridge is the most popular? The HP 304 ink cartridge is the most common ink cartridge, followed by the Canon CL-541XL ink cartridge. Which ink cartridge is the cheapest? The cheapest ink cartridge depends on how "cheapest" is defined. If you want to get the most savings for your money, look at the cartridge's page yield. This indicates how many pages the ink in the cartridge can print. The cost per printed page is calculated by dividing the total cost of the cartridge by the number of pages printed. This is useful for comparing different cartridges.
 
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