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I ordered cartridge for a project, should print 400- pages per specs, but printed less even with just six lines on a page. I hd to re-order a second cartridge the same day to finish the project, thank goodness for Sunday delivery, project due Monday morning. At $25 a cartridge not cheap.
Pretty much a standard ink cartridge...costly for what you get. Doesn't last long, and if you don't use the printer for a while, it dries up. Been a long time since I had this printer, just trying to clean up all the reviews I have in my account so...
I just received this and am a little concerned - it is remanufactured, which was not mentioned anywhere on the product page. There is a small note with it that tells you to disregard "low ink level" or "ink out" messages and what to do to be able to continue printing. The picture shows an original ink cartridge in an orioginal package and that is not what this is. I will update this after installation.
I only buy OEM refills for my printers because the aftermarket ones NEVER work well. That said, I think most printer manufacturers sell their machines cheap on the front-end, then make up their money in ink/toner refills--it's ridiculous. The page count from these wells are small--maybe 300? I know. I got what I paid for--but next time I buy a printer, I'm spending the money for a real one. I print way too much to be dropping $25 or $30 (.10 a page) on ink.
I bought the 210 and 211 XL cartridges at the same time for my Canon printer. But before I installed the cartridges, the printer quit working. It posted a code on the little screen and Canon's service people said it could not be repaired. So I bought a new printer for less than I had just paid for the replacement cartridges. Canon's new printers don't use these cartridges, but fortunately, my wife's friend has a Canon which needed these.