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Our Serial Refiller finds that a no-name, do-it-yourself refill kit creates ink spillage and subpar printed pages.
Take one inkjet printer, try refilled and remanufactured cartridges on it, and what do you get? Mostly small hassles--and some big savings.
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Weighing price tag, print volume, photo production, and other factors will help you decide between inkjets and lasers, and between single-function and multifunction printers.
Our cheapskate serial refiller saved a few bucks by buying remanufactured HP cartridges from Cartridge World--but the retailer’s pricing quirks mean your savings will vary.
Our serial refiller more than halved his printing costs with Costco’s ink-refill service, but he found that the warehouse club’s ink wasn’t as vibrant as HP’s.
Our serial refiller saved a few bucks by using rebuilt HP tanks from Office Depot, but the third-party ink wasn’t quite as good as the printer vendor's ink.
Our intrepid refiller cuts his ink costs by over 90 percent with an InkTec refill kit--but are the savings worth the hassle?