September 17, 2010
Due to an overstock of Replacement Brother LC41 cartridges, we are setting the prices on fire to move them out.
These are high quality remanufactured Brother LC41 cartridges, all colors. 1 year satisfaction guarantee (see website for all details).
Get all four colors for $16.00. That is a savings of over $9.
Black for $5.99
Each Color for $4.25
Sale ends Oct. 31st. No Coupon Required
August 26, 2010
While we are still adding them to our website, we at O-ink are happy to announce that we are offering MICR laser cartridges.
We are offering both the Troy branded cartridges as well as some replacement MICR Cartridges.
Here is the Link
Why use Troy branded MICR Cartridges?
As a Gold Solutions Partner to HP, TROY is the only company in the world authorized by HP to enhance HP printers and consumables for use in secure printing workflows. Only TROY MICR and Security printers and HP compatible MICR Toner cartridges are certified by HP for quality and reliability. TROY is the largest independent manufacturer of MICR toner in North America and has been a leading provider of MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) check printing solutions since 1971. TROY specialty toners are uniquely formulated for peak performance. TROY’s meticulous quality control and continuous testing processes ensure unparalleled toner adhesion and image quality. TROY Develops and manufactures and complete line of Desktop MICR toner and HP-based security toners for both MICR and Standard printing applications (patented).
So if you are printing checks in house and use MICR Cartridges, you can now get them at O-ink.
July 22, 2010
It is getting that time again. Parents are wishing school would start soon, kids wishing summer would last longer. The reality is that school is going to be starting in the next 30-45 days.
Have you started your school shopping yet? Don’t forget your printer’s ink or toner cartridge. Those reports will be coming sooner than you know. Here is a special from O-ink for the back-to-school crowd.
$5 off your order of $30 or more on a replacement cartridge(s). Expires September 30th, 2010. This is valid online only.
Use coupon code bts2010 at www.oinkinkstore.com and start saving today.
May 28, 2010
If you are looking to buy a new printer or replace on you have, here is one to look at.
Canon Pixma MX860
I have found it for around 130 to 150 dollars. It does everything you want, wifi, duplexing, wired, duplex scanning, photos, individual cartridges, fax, copy, and all the bells and whistles.
We also have the replacement cartridges available now.
April 1, 2010
We at O-ink are happy to announce that we have added 11 new replacement cartridges to growing list of inkjet and laser cartridges we offer.
- HP 60 Series Replacements: We now have both the standard and XL versions of both the cartridges available.
- HP 901 Series Replacements: We now have both the standard and XL black cartridges along with the color cartridge available.
- Brother LC61 Replacements: All four colors are available. These are not generic/third party cartridges, these are empty Brother cartridges that have been cleaned, inspected, and filled.
All of our cartridges are filled the the full weight of the OEM’s cartridges and carry our one year guarantee. If you have any questions or need to place an order just look us up at www.oinkinkstore.com
March 30, 2010
When Lexmark came out with the Return Program Inkjet Cartridge, quite a few people in the inkjet remanufacturing industry took note. The Return Program inkjet cartridges have a built in kill feature that prevents a user or company from refilling and reusing that cartridge. For Lexmark this is a great money move, because it forces people to buy their cartridges, which means more money from them. Currently, from what I can tell, there is around 12 or so inkjet models that are Return Program Cartridges.
No one has found a way to get around the electronic aspect of the cartridge. Now for Lexmark everything is going all good and that, but there was a small problem that arose. Apparently, Lexmark took the kill feature that they use in their Return Program Cartridges from another company. On Feburary 22nd, 2010, Advanced Cartridge Technologies (we will call them ACT to save on time) sued Lexmark for patent infrindgement (link). Apparently ACT has three patent’s that they claim Lexmark is using without permission.
So how does this affect the user, nothing yet. However, if Lexmark loses (remember court battles can take years), there are two possible outcomes. 1. This could drive Lexmark under. ACT is seeking Triple damages. If Lexmark closes, there goes the supply of cartridges. (I doubt this could or will happen, but there is that possiblity.)
2. Lexmark stops the Return Program for Inkjets. Lexmark has in place for all of their Return Program Inkjet Cartridges a replacement cartridge that technically be refilled called the “A” version. The problem is that these cartridges cost around $2 more and are hard to find in a retail store. The lawsuit could stop the sales of Return Program cartridges and force consumers to spend more on already expensive inkjet cartridges.
We are years away from this lawsuit affecting anyone, but it will interesting to see what happens.
November 11, 2009
With the holiday season upon us now, this is one of the prime times to get the printer working into overdrive. You have holiday letters, holiday photos, family photos, pet photos, etc . . . so the question becomes, how do you spend less money on your Holiday Printing?
- Preview, Preview, Preview – Sounds simple, but more often than not, people do not preview what they print prior to printing. Reading over the letter or looking closely at the photo prior to printing can help avoid spelling your kid’s new pet’s name wrong. With photos, make sure that you want it printed like it is.
- Test print first – Before you print the final copy of anything, print off one or two copies on regular paper on the lowest quality and then inspect them. Does it fit right, do the colors look okay (remember draft mode of quick mode will look faded), do I want to make any changes? These are the questions to as prior to printing the final copy.
- Select the right paper – Believe it or not if you tell your printer through it’s properties that you are using glossy photo paper instead of matte or copy paper, it makes a difference. Try to chose the paper that is closest to what you have. Also, make sure you buy the right paper, Laser Paper does not absorb the ink correctly, unlike Inkjet Paper does (for photos).
- Make sure you have enough ink – Holiday Season is one time I stress to our customers to have one extra set on hand for their printer. Finding out at 10 o’clock at night that you do not have enough ink for the family photo that is for the Christmas party tomorrow is never a good thing.
- Print in spurts – Do you have 100 letters you send out or 100 photos you include with the letters? Do not print them all at once. Printing in spurts of 10-25 can save you a lot of hassle. If you run out of ink and your printer still keeps printing (Certain HP and Lexmarks), it is much easier to reprint 5 pages instead of 50. Also, the printers need to cool down. Inkjet printers are not designed for heavy use, so leaving them set for 5-10 minutes between prints is good.
- Take your photos somewhere to print them off – During the holiday season certain places have specials on printing photos for you. The magic size is 5 x 7, most of the time prints smaller than that size are cheaper to have someone print for you. While prints larger than that are cheaper to do at home. But this depends on your printer as well. Certain printers just cost more than others to run.
I hope this helps you with your printing needs and if you need any ink for those printers, look us up at www.oinkinkstore.com