HP 61XL Tri-Colour Ink (CH564WN#140)
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Of the 3225 reviewers who responded, 3090 would recommend this product.
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- Much Better than 2nd or 3rd Party Cartridges- January 24, 2020
Unfortunately, I went to a Big discount store and purchased their cheaper brand of Color Ink Cartridge to put in my printer. When it got to the end of the use of the cartridge, printer started to mess up highly. I tried all types of adjustments, but the printer NEVER told my computer the cartridge was empty (It just kept printing high streaking materials). I even went out and bought another printer. When I went to throw out my current printer, I found an unused hp61 Cartridge. For some reason, I installed it in my (broke--so I thought), printer and with the hp cartridge, the printer started working wonderfully again. This was 2 cartridges ago. I now have 3 printers...Who knew!!!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Dependable Quality- August 15, 2015
HP has been my preferred choice for printing/copying/scanning needs for both personal and professional use. The fact that they are one of the few to offer color ink in just one cartridge is and in XL capacity is why I originally choose an HP product and has since become my printer of choose for the past 15 years. This only down side is that while the offer multi-packs in the XL black ink OR TriColor they do not offer a Multi Pack that has Both XL ((for example: 61XL Black & 61XL TriColor (1 cartridge of each)) Which is why I only gave this product a four star rating.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Why so expensive?- August 17, 2021
This works well enough, but there is an absurdity in a situation where a pair of large-capacity ink refills costs as much as a new printer (with ink included). Off-brand ink is considerably cheaper, proving it can be done. I'm just afraid of getting a damaged, recycled unit that will have to be thrown away. Some people say they just buy a new, bottom-of-the-line printer every time they run out, then donate the old printer to a school and claim a charity deduction on their taxes. I won't do that, because the waste is simply passed on to the schoolNo, I would not recommend this to a friend.