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This pack contains:
|1 × Compatible High Capacity HP 201X Black||■ 2800 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity HP 201X Cyan||■ 2300 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity HP 201X Magenta||■ 2300 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity HP 201X Yellow||■ 2300 pages|
|Save £25.12 compared to buying individually! Only 1.39p per page.|
If you would rather spend a bit more for genuine HP toner cartridges you can order them for £333.76 inc VAT.
Buy the original HP toner cartridges.
This is a multipack of compatible high capacity HP 201X toner cartridges, including one of each colour black, cyan, magenta and yellow.
A compatible toner is a brand new toner made by a third party manufacturer to offer you high-quality prints at a more affordable price.
The compatible toners each provide the same amount of pages as the original HP toners do, up to 2,800 black pages and up to 2,300 pages per colour toner.
Each toner has its own drum attached to it, this is the part which prints the toner into shape. This means you get a new drum every time you replace a toner and you're maintaining the printer as regularly as possible.
The 201X toner's are packaged in their own boxes so if you don't want to use them all right away you can store the others for up to 6 months without their quality or performance being affected.
Everything here at Stinkyink.com is tried, tested, comes with our 12-month quality assured guarantee and free fast delivery.
|Page Yield||9700 pages|
1.39p per page
This value is calculated from manufacturer's estimates of how many pages a cartridge will print, and should only be used to compare cartridge running costs.
Page yields are estimated using the ISO standard of 5% coverage on a plain A4 page, which is roughly the length of a short letter.
|Range||HP 201 toner cartridge range|
I am really sorry but I have to give a bad review on this product which I have never done before ..own fault really for not buying originals..first the black didn't work after installing..sent replacement..which was great..but now had to replace Black Again..yellow and Magenta because when printing just leaves all the ink ( looks like dust ) on the paper...so replaced all 3 with originals and now the last one which is blue has now done the same thing leaving marks on paper so looks like I will have to buy another original blue even though 60% still left in cartridge
Not to happy as there not cheap
Sorry to hear that you're having trouble with these toners. Your review is the first that we've been made aware of a problem with this order. If you can email us with the details of the problem and the toner batch codes we can sort you out with a full refund.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - February 27, 2017 08:47
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What happens if the toner damages the printer? It happened to me once before (not your product) and the manufacturer refused to accept responsibility, even though the toner came with a "guarantee" that if it harmed the printer they would repair it foc
If our toner cartridge damaged your printer, we would have to have the printer inspected by an engineer. The engineer would be an independent company that would let us know what the cause of the problem was. If the problem was found to be our toner then we would cover the cost or repair or replace the printer, however, we can't cover costs should the printer be taken to or seen by an engineer without our knowledge first. Should the toner not be at fault, the cost of the engineer would have to be covered.
We very rarely have issues with our toners, but if something does go wrong, it can normally be fixed without engineers. If you have anymore questions, just let me know on email@example.comAnswered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - September 09, 2016 15:02