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Best site for inks??


paulcr Plus
10 1.5k 9 Ireland
19 Jan 2009 1:07PM
Hi guys,

Anyone got opinions on the best (value of course) site to buy replacement inks for a HP 7960. Either originals or compatibles.

Cheers
Paul

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Hello Paul,
.. I buy here my inks:

http://www.cartridgepeople.com/

I think they are really good.

Carsten
paulcr Plus
10 1.5k 9 Ireland
19 Jan 2009 1:34PM
Cheers carsten I'll check that out. There's an email just leaving my pc at the moment on the way to you.

Paul
paulcr Plus
10 1.5k 9 Ireland
19 Jan 2009 1:35PM
Hope you have broadband by the way, sending image and brushes too Smile
Paul
shaks
12 561 1 Tokelau
19 Jan 2009 2:00PM
I use inkcycle a lot and they've never caused me any problems.
@ Paul,
... the email isn't here yet.... :-((

Yes, I have broadband... Smile))))))


Carsten
BubbaG2000 Plus
7 767 1
19 Jan 2009 2:23PM
7 Day Shop has a great range too. Thay also have a drop-down menu so you just select your printer and it will let you know the compatible inks! Genius.
pluffy Plus
8 135 United Kingdom
19 Jan 2009 4:37PM
Choice stationery, never ever had any problems. See here
Jestertheclown
6 6.6k 245 England
19 Jan 2009 4:49PM
I've just bought my second batch of compatible Epson inks from 'Ink in a Blink'. I know it's a silly name but so are the prices they are charging.
The inks work perfectly well (enough for me anyway) and the tanks contain more ink than originals.
Well worth a look.
Bren.
paulcr Plus
10 1.5k 9 Ireland
20 Jan 2009 10:01AM
Thanks guys. I'll check those out.
Paul
Scutter Plus
7 1.7k 6 United Kingdom
20 Jan 2009 11:26AM
I use Phoenix for Canon inks and find them competitive and fast.
20 Jan 2009 12:12PM
I use 7 Day Shop for original Epson cartridges. I have tried compatibles before and the quality was very poor.
19 Feb 2009 4:18PM
I use memorybits.co.uk.

They usually have some sort of massive discount when buying 2 or 3 ink items

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