Where can you buy HP printer cartridges?

Discussion in 'Ink Cartridges, Toner and Refills' started by inkjet, Feb 23, 2010.

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    inkjet

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    There are lots of online stores,how can you identify a reliable online store for buying HP printer cartridges?I think it must have a physical existence.
     
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    Inks

    I have personally used 999inks . com and they have proved excellent. The price was very good, the quality was undistinguishable from OEM and delivery is fast and free. For the price they charge and the service you get, I dont think they can be beaten, I will definately use them for all my printer supplies from now on.

    Hope this helps? :), Rob.
     
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    Printware have a huge range of printers and consumables, what printer is it you are wanting cartridges for?
     
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    Try selectafont they are a family run business and have the best customer service ive come across, its just the father and son who run the whole thing so very reliable and personal!
     
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    Quick Toner is an authorised reseller. Always check the security certificate of a site. Also if you can contact them via phone is always a good way to check if they are legitimate
     
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    I would recommend Inkstinx. They have very cheap printer cartridges, both original and remanufactured. We do not charge for delivery and operate a no-quibble guarantee. Take a look.
     
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    Jeg plejer at købe mine blækpatroner og toner til arbejdet, på supertoner.dk der er det billigt og hurtig levering. de har til de fleste printere og er til at regne med.
     
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    Try Internet-ink.co.uk, used them for years at uni, free next day delivery as well which is a bonus.
     
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    Try www toncha com Tonercharge - St. Louis Toner Supplies, Printer and Toner Service, and Printers Sales (aka Tonercharge) in St. Louis, Missouri for printers, printing repairs, printer cartridges and toner charging.
     
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    cheap HP printer ink cartridges

    i would search online there are lots of websites that do printer ink there has to be a good suppiler that does cheap HP printer ink
     
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    I doubt the thread starter will read responses a year later from when he first posted... Especially now he's banned
     
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    Well, there is a quite big range where you can buy them...and my advice is to look for the best by your self....
    Because everybody will say different and that will not help you a lot... so, research, research and research! :)
     
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