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It's Cheaper to Buy a New Printer Than to Buy a New Ink (4 pics)

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1 It's Cheaper to Buy a New Printer Than to Buy a New Ink (4 pics)


2 It's Cheaper to Buy a New Printer Than to Buy a New Ink (4 pics)


3 It's Cheaper to Buy a New Printer Than to Buy a New Ink (4 pics)


4 It's Cheaper to Buy a New Printer Than to Buy a New Ink (4 pics)


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№1 Author: nolife (8 Dec 2009 01:46) Total user comments: 1907


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this is so true but they are starting to put less ink in the new printers plus it's bad for land fills
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№2 Author: Salted_Nuts (8 Dec 2009 03:29) Total user comments: 466


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that's true...
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№3 Author: FuturePilot (8 Dec 2009 03:48) Total user comments: 444


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So true. It's ridiculous. 13
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№4 Author: shorshi (8 Dec 2009 04:30) Total user comments: 0


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ink make with gold?
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№5 Author: Ollie (8 Dec 2009 04:47) Total user comments: 0


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The ink cartridges in new printers are only 10-20% full. It's cheaper per page to by the refill cartridges. They sell the printers below cost so they can make money later on ink. Years ago, Polaroid used to sell cameras below cost so they could make money selling film.
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№6 Author: gerachev (8 Dec 2009 04:56) Total user comments: 1600


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№7 Author: delorarose (8 Dec 2009 05:30) Total user comments: 322


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Why is the ink so expensive?
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№8 Author: nico (8 Dec 2009 10:48) Total user comments: 3050


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№9 Author: salsapopo (8 Dec 2009 11:17) Total user comments: 12723


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№10 Author: isiris (8 Dec 2009 13:30) Total user comments: 145


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i never realised that... 10 so what do we do now. buy new printers every time the ink is gone?
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№11 Author: Fire_fox (8 Dec 2009 14:31) Total user comments: 195


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liqiud is always expensive.....:)
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№12 Author: Fuzzy (8 Dec 2009 14:31) Total user comments: 1130


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This is why I moved to a laser printer. Ink does not dry out!
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№13 Author: khannibal (8 Dec 2009 14:49) Total user comments: 4711


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ohh
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№14 Author: Ty Webb (8 Dec 2009 17:43) Total user comments: 6156


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Fuzzy,
Ditto
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№15 Author: olexo (8 Dec 2009 18:54) Total user comments: 839


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№16 Author: picklini (8 Dec 2009 23:48) Total user comments: 352


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hmmm
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№17 Author: Shadoglare (9 Dec 2009 13:15) Total user comments: 0


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Yup, I switched to b/w laser too. You can be a refilled toner cartridge for like $25 and the things last forever - I think mine's going on close to 3 years of use now.
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№18 Author: kacior (14 Dec 2009 15:35) Total user comments: 0


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Bought a nearly new b/w laser printer with a full toner cartridge inside for the same price as a new toner cartridge. It's really the cheapest alternative in the long run both for people that don't print much (ink doesn't dry) and people that print much (cheaper ink and it's faster).
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№19 Author: cigraphics (21 Dec 2009 21:24) Total user comments: 43


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I have a Canon Pixma IP1500 for refill I buy a bottle of ink for it and it costs only 10$ and it lasts for about 30 to 40 refills :D. To refill it's very easy i just drop the ink with a syringe on a sponge from the cartridge and i can refill the color cartridge too it has 3 holes with 3 color sponge where the ink get's out so i drop there the ink it's really cheap
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№20 Author: mahedi (28 Aug 2011 09:21) Total user comments: 10772


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OK
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