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You need to be careful when comparing how many pages you get per ink cartridge to HP's advertised amount. I have gotten a lot less than 450 and frequently more than 500. It all depends on the density of the printing on the page and on the amount pf graphics you have on the page. The more graphics and the denser the … see more You need to be careful when comparing how many pages you get per ink cartridge to HP's advertised amount. I have gotten a lot less than 450 and frequently more than 500. It all depends on the density of the printing on the page and on the amount pf graphics you have on the page. The more graphics and the denser the printing, the less pages per cartridge. What is typical for you may be more/less for me. I do get more pages of similar print density from the 63XL than from the 63. Enough more to make the 63XL worth it. My typical black print density yields more than a ream of paper per 63XL. But, thats me. It depends on the print density. see less You need to be careful when comparing how many pages you get per ink cartridge to HP's advertised amount. I have gotten a lot less than 450 and frequently more than 500. It all depends on the density of the printing on the page and on the amount pf graphics you have on the page. The more graphics and the denser the printing, the less pages per cartridge. What is typical for you may be more/less for me. I do get more pages of similar print density from the 63XL than from the 63. Enough more to make the 63XL worth it. My typical black print density yields more than a ream of paper per 63XL. But, thats me. It depends on the print density.
FullTimeRV'r
· June 4, 2020
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will hp-c6615dn fit on envy 4520 printer
Pradip Desai
· January 18, 2018
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I personally use my printer for home based business. Honestly I use the least expensive basic printer paper that I find at local Dollar General.
Shawnarey
· October 3, 2017
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Yes, they also make a 63XL color ink.
AFEWS
· July 17, 2016
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Yes, it will be compatible. As long as the HP 63 is the proper cartridge number (which it is in this case), the 63XL will work.
HP T.
Manufacturer · July 14, 2019
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Yes. I have an HP Envy and they work  together.
Daniel J. Fox
· September 25, 2016
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I am not sure. Ordered mine on line.
robert bourland
· March 10, 2020
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Yes, the HP Officejet 52525 All-in-One Printer uses the HP 63 and 63XL black and tricolor ink cartridges.
HP Team
Manufacturer · July 7, 2020
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I’ve had ink dry up frequently using the regular cartridges on the HP envy. My printing needs are few and infrequent as well. I’m wondering if xl might be a better option or if it will dry out just the same. Looking for a better option...
Diana Virginia
· September 19, 2018
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No, ink cartridges are typically not refillable.
HP Team
Manufacturer · August 13, 2020