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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Inkjet Cartridges

I don't know about you but I always seem to be finding myself standing dumbly in front of one of the printers and reading the dreaded words "cartridge empty". Not only that, it always seems to happen at the exact time you have to print out a 200 page document complete with illustrations. I think they might secretly know when the user will be needing them and will invariably misbehave when you are standing in front of them, sweating and praying.

To avoid such undesirable situations, you may want to stock up on inkjet cartridges for all your printers in advance. Atlantic Reviews could be a good place to start.

There are a number of options. Firstly, you can choose original ink cartridges - that is, brand name cartridges you would normally buy at a stationery store.

You could also choose recycled ink cartridges and refills to save money.

If you are involved in large-scale printing jobs, you can go one step further and order bulk ink. The bulk ink can be found for most well-known inkjet printers.

The site declares an assurance of quality, stating that Atlantic Ink Jet Inks are fade resistant - including the refill and bulk range. For those of you who are technical minded, they also use sub-micron filtration to create clog-free printing tot prolongs printer head life.

Buying bulk ink, recycled cartridges or refills could be an option for those of you wishing to save money on ink jet ink purchases.

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