Epson 676XL Black Ink (T676XL120-S) - Online Only

  • Model #: T676XL120-S
  • Web Code: 10207256
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Designed with heavy business printing in mind, this extra large, easy to install cartridge offers up to 50% lower cost per page than colour laser printers. Epson's revolutionary DURABrite Ultra Ink produces smudge, fade and water resistant prints that look brilliant on plain, presentation, brochure and photo paper.

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  • Vivid colour, sharp text
  • Instant dry ink enables fast duplex printing and great productivity
  • Worry-free handling - smudge, fade and water resistant prints
  • Convenient individual ink cartridges

What's in the Box?

  • Epson Black Ink
  • Manual


  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Type
    Ink Cartridge
  • Printer Compatibility
  • Warranty Parts
    1 Year(s)



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  • from Trenton, ON

Only the best will do for me.

I've tried those remanufactured/refilled cartridges many times and I always end up aggravated and regretting it. They might start out okay, but after a week or two the reman'd/refilled cartridges always end up spewing out a blotchy blurry print job. It just looks cheap and unprofessional. Sometimes if you touch it too quickly you'll even smudge the ink. Those cheap cartridges never last as long either, so I wonder if they're even worth the bother. Save the headache, time, money, and energy and just buy the good ones. These genuine Epson 676XL black cartridges seem to last forever! And we print a lot! If you use decent quality paper then your print is always sharp and professional looking. The ink dries instantly and never smudges, even deep dark colour print jobs. (I'm tried not to sound like a late night infomercial, but it was difficult.)