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compatable print cartridges


*Raven*

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hi can you kind members make any recommendations?

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*Raven*

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names of suppliers

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bumpkin

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7 day shop.

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*Raven*

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thanks for that,there was one ive used before based in channel islands but cant remember name.

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Jock1e

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Amazon just add make and model of printer.

Amazon

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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just look at the adverts at the bottom of his page

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wee eddie

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VAT rules have changed. There is now little/no advantage to be being based in the Channel Islands.

I have always used Choice and their Own Brand worked well with my Canon. However I'm now using a Laser and, when the time comes, will do the rounds, but will use Choice unless their price is grossly uncompetitive.

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Nontek

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I use both Choice and INKredible with my Epson, never had any problems. (Upper-case INK is intentional.)

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spuds

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Over the years I have used a number of compatible cartridge suppliers, and in the main there wasn't a great deal different between any of them. Choice was a company I supported at one stage, but after a slight ignoring of an email due to a problem I went elsewhere.

I have also tried the local 'refill' shops that seemed to spring into life, but alas most of these in my location have since gone out of business.

Since purchasing my last printer, a Brother DCP-135C, I have obtained all the ink supplies for that printer from eBay, at much cheaper prices than elsewhere. Never had any problems so far,touch wood.

Some people on this forum have previously suggested Tesco branded Jettec.

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Ian in Northampton

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I've never had a problem with JetTec. I believe they make the major supermarkets' own brand cartridges. A bit moire expensive than most compatible cartridges, but in my experience more reliable.

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BT

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Inkfactory have 2 for 1 deals on lots of Jettec cartridges at the moment.

Inkfactory

Jettec have better volumes of ink than the THINK carts that Choice sell. Almost twice as much in most cases.

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