HP 60 Tri-Colour Ink
- Approximate Page Yield: 165 pages.
- Printer Compatibility: HP Deskjet D2560 Printer & HP Deskjet F4280 All-in-One
- HP Tri-Colour Ink
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Of the 1323 reviewers who responded, 1256 would recommend this product.
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- Extremely Disappointed Customer- October 7, 2010
I am a photographer that needs to be able to depend on her printer for quality, absolutely first, and quantity, not far behind quality. I cannot believe how very little ink is contained in the cartridges! They are far too expensive to offer so little. I love HP products and purchased a new HP computer just a year ago. My old printer was an HP and I loved it! I thought for sure replacing it with another HP such as HP Photosmart C4650 would be a great idea. NOT!!!!!! If I were in the position to do so I would replace this printer with another in a heart beat. Unfortunately, I am not in that position but I will definately think twice before making another purchase. So sorry this has happened.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Unsatisfactory color production- August 17, 2014
For some reason the last batch of 60 Tri-color cartridges seemed to be unsatisfactory. Only made a few copies and printer was saying, "low on ink." Had two or three in a row which required changing after only a few photo prints. the, the next one I replaced did 25 photo prints without a snafu. Back to the bad ones, I had to run diagnostic checks and cleaning three or four times and still got vertical lines in my color prints. all cartridges I've purchased in the last year have been thru the online store. Is it my printer, an HD Photosmart D110 series printer, the cartridges, or . . . . me?Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- disappointed- October 16, 2010
I have an HP F4280 3-in-one printer, which is OK though difficult to extract paper jams. My beef is with the ink cartridges, especially the black. I'm a college student and a writer. With the amount of writing required, I find the black #60 ink cartridges to be woefully inadequate, even the XL, and to be outrageously expensive for the value received. I rarely use color, however, especially when transcribing lecture notes, I often have to use the color to eke out the life of the cartridge. I can't, in good faith, recommend this product, but HP offers no alternatives.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.