HP 60 Black/Tri-Colour Ink - 2 Pack

Model Number: 60 CLR/60 BLK CVP
Web Code: 10275151

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Overview

HP's 60 colour/60 black ink cartridge pack, which comes with photo paper and envelopes, is just what you need to print lab-quality photos. The cartridges yield up to 200 black-and-white and 165 colour printouts. With original HP inks, you can count on consistent quality for your printing needs.
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Overview

HP's 60 colour/60 black ink cartridge pack, which comes with photo paper and envelopes, is just what you need to print lab-quality photos. The cartridges yield up to 200 black-and-white and 165 colour printouts. With original HP inks, you can count on consistent quality for your printing needs.
  • Black and tri-colour ink cartridges yield up to 200 black-and-white and 165 colour printouts
  • Compatible with HP deskjet printers, and HP multifunction and all-in-one products
Colour
Black; Tri-colour
Type
Ink Cartridge
Application
Multipurpose
Yield
Black : Up to 200 Pages; Colour: Up to 165 Pages
Extra Capacity
No

Printer Compatibility

HP
D1660; D2530; D2560; D2660; D2680; F4280; F4480; C4680; C4780; D110a; ENVY 100 - D410a; ENVY 110 - D411a; ENVY 120

Warranty

Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts
30 Days
  • HP 60 Black Ink Cartridge CC640W
  • HP 60 Tri-colour Ink Cartridge CC643W

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Rating Breakdown

5

2021

4

453

3

142

2

27

1

47

Reviewer Recommendation

95%

Of the 2674 reviewers who responded, 2547 would recommend this product.

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  • Very Disappointed!!
    Verified BuyerReviewed by Unhappy98percent - June 20, 2020

    I am quite disappointed with HP that your company continues to price your ink cartridges so high that I am paying about the same price for this 2-pack (of Black/Tricolor cartridges) as I originally paid for the printer itself. It's like buying the printer over & over each time I need new ink cartridges! I am also unhappy with the volume of tricolor ink. I know it probably costs more to produce, but at prices like this your company can afford to be more generous with your goods!! For these reasons, I am thinking of replacing my hp printer with another brand, one that has good quality products & does NOT charge an arm & a leg for the ink!!!

    Review originally posted on hp.com

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

  • Ink Cartridges Offer Sufficient Print Quality
    Verified BuyerReviewed by Mithrandir - February 20, 2016

    If you're running low on printer ink, you may as well cough up the few extra dollars to get the two-in-one cartridge packs. They get the job done efficiently enough. Remember that the colors won't pop as well as one might like on lower-quality paper, and it's always good to have extra sheets lying around whenever you have a last-minute project. Also, how often you print will determine how long they will last. I usually exhaust both the black and color cartridges after six months with relatively frequent printing. If you require an extensive amount of printed material, you might want to grab another pair, though.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Nothing but problems with the Photosmart D110
    Verified BuyerReviewed by GrumpyHPCustomer - June 23, 2020

    After experiencing problems with re manufactured ink cartridges, I purchased the HP brand cartridges on May 22. These cartridges worked well for about two weeks before my Photosmart D110 again stopped cooperating. The display on my printer reads " At least one of the Cartridges has a problem". I have followed the instructions found on HP forums that suggest cleaning the contacts with deionized water, powering off the unit, etc. without resolving the issue. At this point, I am unsure of what else to do. HP forums suggest that this is a somewhat common issue for the HP Photosmart D110.

    Review originally posted on hp.com



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