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Hello. I went to cartridge world today and was appauled at their prices for merely refilling my cartridge so I am now on the look out for new cartridges. My catridge numbers are HP 336 (black) an…
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Hello. I went to cartridge world today and was appauled at their prices for merely refilling my cartridge so I am now on the look out for new cartridges.

My catridge numbers are HP 336 (black) and HP 342 (colour)

I have checked play and so on. Just wondering where you guys buy your from and how reliable are the companies.

I have found a site called deltatronics and the prices are good. They just have little reviews!!

Thank you in advance.
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#2
http://www.buytech.co.uk/Inkjet-Cartridges/ i allways use these cos they always work and usually delivered next day
#3
Are the ones from buytech all neutral branded and are therefore labeled as 'compatible'?

Thank you for the replies!!
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Are the ones from buytech all neutral branded and are therefore labeled as 'compatible'?Thank you for the replies!!
yes compatible but i've never had a prob usually get 4 epson cartridges delivered for £5.50
#5
Okay cool.

I hope I can get some use out of them.

Fingers crossed.

Edit.....

£9.99 for one cartridge seems a little steep for a kind of 'reconditioned' one.

Thank you though.

Epson must be a lot cheaper than HP!!

Edited By: firth_face on Aug 09, 2010 21:32: checked the site.
#6
hp are mega exspensive im going to get a new printer a kodak one £99 for colour and £6.99 for black
#7
So no one can shed light on cheap HP cartridges?

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