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Buyer's Guides

Just about every printer on the market today is totally reliant on replacement Ink & Toner cartridges to function effectively. The output of a cartridge can vary significantly with Inkjet cartridges ranging from between 50 and 750 page life whilst Laser cartridges can produce anything from 1,000 to 20,000 printed pages. The following guide will walk you through every consideration necessary to select and purchase the right product for your printer.

Video Guides

We have over 3000 ink toners & ink cartridges that are compatible with thousands of different printers, this short video will give you a quick overview on the products that we sell and for which printers.

This short video is designed to clarify what compatible printer ink cartridges are and what you can expect from it to help you decide whether you should be buying branded or compatible printer ink cartridges & toner.

Watch our new video on Toner cartridges and get some great tips for finding quality toner.


28 April 2014Ridiculously Long Terms and Conditions

There's been talk in the office today about unwieldy terms and conditions.  How long is too long?


According to research conducted for Fairer Finance, some banks and car insurers have ridiculously long terms and conditions.  Worst of the bunch, but not by much, were HSBC's with 34,162 words.  Close behind were several insurers who terms ran for more than 30,000 words.  No wonder that 73% of people don't bother reading them at all.

19 September 2013HP offering free printer cartridge recycling

Planet Partner programme will save the earth for you

HP is offering a free recycling service for empty, original, HP printer ink cartridges. It's available in the UK to personal, SME and even enterprise users.

18 September 2013Does HP want to refill its own cartridges?

The answer might surprise you (a bit).