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Jet Tec Hewlett Packard HP300 CC644EE colour ink cartridges from UK Ink Supplies

Posted in HP ink cartridges, HP printer cartridges, Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, Remanufactured ink cartridges, Remanufactured inkjet cartridges, Remanufactured printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 29/05/2012 by ukinksupplies

Hewlett Packard launch their new HP300XL CC644EE colour ink cartridges!

UK Ink Supplies is pleased to announce the launch of the Hewlett Packard HP300XL colour ink cartridges.

HP inkjet printer ink cartridges with 100% no-quibble money-back guarantee and FREE DELIVERY. Original HP CC644EE ( hp 300XL ) High Capacity Tri-Colour Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridge is ideal for printing documents in crisp tri-colour text. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all Original HP CC644EE ( hp 300XL ) High Capacity Tri-Colour Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridges. Original HP CC644EE ( hp 300XL ) High Capacity Tri-Colour Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridge yields up to 440 pages approximately at 5% coverage. Get sharp, smooth, clean, long-lasting and clog-free printouts while using OEM HP Inks. When you buy Original HP Inks, you can be assured you are receiving guaranteed new cartridges filled with pure HP Ink designed to give you brilliant, durable and quality results that last. Get the best results with HP Inks designed for your printer to deliver reliable quality printing. HP Inks are better in both number of pages printed and reliability. UK Ink Supplies provide exclusive deals & unparalleled customer service on all of its products. This cartridge is also known as CC644EE, hp300XL, hp 300XL, hp-300XL.

These new inkjet printer cartridges are compatible with the following Hewlett Packard HP printers:

  • HP Deskjet D1600
  • HP Deskjet D1660
  • HP Deskjet D1663
  • HP Deskjet D2500
  • HP Deskjet D2560
  • HP Deskjet D2563
  • HP Deskjet D2660
  • HP Deskjet D5560
  • HP Deskjet F2420
  • HP Deskjet F2480
  • HP Deskjet F4210
  • HP Deskjet F4213
  • HP Deskjet F4235
  • HP Deskjet F4240
  • HP Deskjet F4272
  • HP Deskjet F4275
  • HP Deskjet F4280
  • HP Deskjet F4283
  • HP Deskjet F4288
  • HP Deskjet F4580
  • HP Photosmart C4610
  • HP Photosmart C4635
  • HP Photosmart C4640
  • HP Photosmart C4650
  • HP Photosmart C4670
  • HP Photosmart C4673
  • HP Photosmart C4680
  • HP Photosmart C4683
  • HP Photosmart C4685
  • HP Photosmart C4688
  • HP Photosmart C4780
  • HP Photosmart C4783
  • HP Photosmart C4785
  • HP Photosmart C4788
  • HP Photosmart C4793
  • HP Photosmart C4795
  • HP Photosmart C4798
  • HP Photosmart C4799
  • UK Ink Supplies

    UKInkSupplies.com is a mail order business based in the historic city of Lincoln, UK. We specialise in computer consumables ie. ink and laser toner printer cartridges plus printer paper. As our name suggests UK Ink Supplies specialises in the supply of recycled, compatible and original inkjet consumables for your printer.

    We supply to private home customers, businesses, schools, local government and other organisations all over the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.

    We stock a wide range of original, compatible and remanufactured inkjet and toner cartridges. In addition we stock a range of Agfa inkjet papers. We supply many branded products including Brother, Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Oki and Xerox as well as Jet Tec compatible ink cartridges and laser toners(Jet Tec Official Retailer) and GreenTech and Xinia laser printer toners.


    Article by UK Ink Supplies, based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire stock an extensive range of printer ink cartridges and laser toner printer cartridges.  For more information visit UK Ink Supplies for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges, laser toners and other digital media products for your Brother printer. Article posted 8th April 2011.


    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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    Top Ten Tips To Make Your Ink Cartridges Last Longer

    Posted in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 22/05/2012 by ukinksupplies

    When you buy a printer, the initial price paid represents only a portion of the cost. You must consider both the price you pay for the printer itself as well as the expense of buying ink cartridges when the printer’s ink runs out. If you run a business that needs a lot of printing or if you print a lot of photos, you may need to frequently replace your ink cartridges. These extra costs can quickly build up, but fortunately, there are ways you can save money by making your printer cartridges last a little longer.

    1. Print only what you need
    Before you start printing text or graphics, decide its relevance and usefulness so that you don’t needlessly spend time printing things that may not be of much use. That is, you should only print the things that you may actually need in order to save consumption of considerable amounts of printer ink.

    If there is information you can back up on a disk instead of printing a hard copy, then use CD-ROMs or DVDs to back up your files. Emails and reports should be printed only as you need them, not just for the sake of printing them. Avoid printing “just for fun” stuff (funnies).

    2. Use the Print Preview
    Print Preview is a useful function that shows you how the document will look after it has been printed. It can help you adjust spaces and decide which pages to print. Consider turning off the colour ink cartridges, selecting only the text you require and only the pages you need – especially that last page with the footer that comes out with each print job. This can significantly reduce your printer ink usage as well as your paper usage.

    3. Print text over graphics
    If you are printing documents only for later reference, print only the essential text and any related images or graphics that are required. Avoid printing images or colourful graphics if having a hard copy is not essential to the purpose of the document.

    4. Print in Draft mode as often as possible
    Use draft print quality whenever you can. Go to File – Print to open the box that lists the settings for your printer. Click ‘Properties’ to bring up the various options available. You’ll probably find different choices under the heading ‘Paper/Quality’ that allow you to select draft quality printing. Your document will print at a lower resolution but that may not matter for reference material that you will likely discard later. You can always switch to a higher resolution for a final version of a document.

    5. Print text in black ink only
    Print documents that are in black and white with a black ink cartridge. Choose black and white printing over colour whenever possible. Depending on your printer, you may have the option to select grey-scale printing using the black ink cartridge only. If you print black with a colour ink cartridge, various colours are mixed to create the black ink. This depletes your colour ink cartridge a lot faster than it would deplete a black ink cartridge. If you’re not doing presentation quality work, or if you’re printing text only, chances are you won’t need the other colours.

    6. Use colour ink only when needed
    If you want your refilled ink to run longer, then make use of colour printing only when it is required. Otherwise, for general and regular use, it is wiser to use black and white printing that helps in saving your money on buying additional refills.

    Modern personal printers can produce high quality photographs, particularly if you use speciality photo paper. But printing high quality digital shots can use a lot of ink, so if you print a large number of photos you might want to outsource your photo printing to a local print centre. Many services allow you to order your prints online. You can also have your photos printed on calendars, mouse pads or greeting cards if you wish.

    7. Keep your printer nozzles clean
    Perhaps the easiest change you can make to your printing habits is to keep an eye on your printer heads. The printer ink nozzles that dispense the actual ink use a spray function to get the ink onto the paper. As such, these nozzles can experience a build-up of dried ink and become clogged. Clean the nozzle heads every few weeks or more often if you’re a heavy printer.

    If a colour cartridge isn’t printing all the colours, remove the cartridge and wipe the bottom of it where the ink comes out firmly with a damp paper towel or lint-free cloth to unclog the nozzle. This will help the ink flow more freely from the cartridge.

    8. Use all the ink in the cartridge
    Continue to print even when your printer light comes on or you get a warning saying that your ink is low. Check the ink level in the cartridge and if it appears that there is some ink left, keep using it instead of changing the cartridge immediately. There is likely quite a bit of ink left in the cartridge; remember that the ink comes out in a spray so it doesn’t take much per page. Use it all and then shake the ink cartridge to break up any ink clogs (especially in humid climates). You may get hundreds of extra pages out of a cartridge by doing this. Keep printing until the ink is almost completely gone (but be careful that you don’t run the printer with an empty cartridge). Also, use Jet Tec ink cartridges, many of which come with up to as much as 100% Extra Life.

    9. Select “Printer-Friendly” Pages when printing from the Web
    You would be surprised how much ink is wasted by printing pages directly as they appear from a website. One web page can have multiple pictures or graphics…not to mention several pages worth of printing because web pages are typically much longer than a regular document. Opt for the printer-friendly option if you need to print something from the web. This eliminates all the unnecessary images, and will save your ink cartridges as well as your printing paper.

    10. Use the printer regularly
    If you don’t print very often, you can stretch the life of your inkjet cartridges by keeping the printer moving. Print a page or two at least once a week using both your colour and black ink cartridges. You can print something small (even a printer diagnostic test) to prevent the ink from drying up.

    Another ink-saving tip is to power down your printer the right way after each use. Don’t merely switch it off or unplug it, but allow your printer to power down slowly and shut itself down. The print heads need to be in the right position while the printer is turned off to prevent the ink from drying up prematurely. The printer should also be covered when not in use.


    Article by UK Ink Supplies, based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire stock an extensive range of printer ink cartridges and laser toner printer cartridges.  For more information visit UK Ink Supplies for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges, laser toners and other digital media products for your inkjet printer. Article posted 7th March 2011.


    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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    Why should you consider buying HP ink cartridges?

    Posted in HP ink cartridges, HP printer cartridges, Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, OEM ink cartridges, OEM printer cartridges, Printer Cartridge Manufacturers, Remanufactured ink cartridges, Remanufactured inkjet cartridges, Remanufactured printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 15/05/2012 by ukinksupplies

    HP ink cartridges have been in the market for a long time now and in this time they have set a trend of high quality in as far as their applications, durability and economical nature are concerned. In 2007 Hewlett Packard introduced multiple cartridge package options and the majority of their consumer printers now come with these. Using a HP ink cartridge presents you with many advantages and two of which stand out quite distinctly. First, the quality of printouts is always highly impressive. Secondly, HP printer cartridges are renowned for their longevity. Compared to a good number of alternative brands you are less likely to frequently run out of ink with a HP cartridge model.

    In buying HP ink cartridges you really have to consider the nature of your printing requirements. If yours are nominal then you may opt to buy a new cartridge but if you need to churn out large volumes of print work then lower cost per page cartridge packages will do the trick for you. For either situation the bottom line is really all about saving money while producing a high quality print. To further inform your HP ink cartridge purchasing decision you will do well to use the brand manufacturer’s three colour code categories which are as follows:

    1. The blue package for standard cartridges: these are available at low purchase prices.
    2. The green package for value cartridge: the cost per page for these is lower compared to what is offered for standard cartridges. The new XL HP ink cartridges in this category offer cost per page savings as high as 30-45%.
    3. The red package for specialty HP ink cartridges: this is designated for customers who have special print job requirements. These HP ink cartridges are interchangeable so that end users who, for instance, print text-only documents can be able to use standard colour cartridges and XL black cartridges in one printer

    For any of the HP products in the market, including the Digital Copier, HP Photosmart, Deskwriter or Inkjet Colourpro, it is quite easy to find the required HP ink and cartridges. Making a search using the aforementioned codes or even the specific product name is the best way to help avoid any HP ink errors. As a printer user you can manipulate the quantity of ink that will be used to print out a document or photo and this is by choosing from the different print modes available in the printer’s software (installed on your PC). Generally, less HP ink is used when you select any of the plain paper draft modes and the resulting print quality is typically lower as compared to when you are using the default plain paper normal mode.

    Most HP ink cartridges are applicable for more than one model of printer and the resulting yields for a specific cartridge vary from one printer to the next albeit with quite minimal differences. By and large, HP ink cartridge reference yield information is based on the yield that was achieved with the first printer that made use of that specific cartridge. As such, you may observe that the published yields for your printers’ HP ink cartridges are different from those of the respective reference cartridges. That said and done it is worth appreciating that in addition to yield, your printing costs factor in a couple of other variables like quality, efficiency, productivity and reliability, and only superior quality printing accessories such as those from HP will guarantee you of the optimal results you desire.


    Article by UK Ink Supplies, based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire stock an extensive range of printer ink cartridges and laser toner printer cartridges.  For more information visit UK Ink Supplies for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges, laser toners and other digital media products for your inkjet printer. Article posted 25th February 2011.


    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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    Environmental Benefits of Using Remanufactured Cartridges

    Posted in Kodak Recycled Cartridges, Kodak Remanufactured Cartridges, Remanufactured ink cartridges, Remanufactured inkjet cartridges, Remanufactured laser toner cartridges, Remanufactured laser toner printer cartridges, Remanufactured printer cartridges, Remanufactured toner cartridges, Remanufactured toner printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies on 08/05/2012 by ukinksupplies

    You don’t need to be a member of Greenpeace, Friends of the Earch or the National Trust to be considered a friend of the planet. There are simple things that you can do to help preserve our planet. One way is to buy remanufactured toner cartridges and ink cartridges from reputable manufacturers. You can also return your used toner cartridges instead of just throwing them away, not knowing where they end up.

    Environmental Benefits

    1. Recyclable

    Do you know that a typical toner cartridge that ends up in a landfill can last for more than a millennium? The materials used in making cartridges are not biodegradable, which mean they don’t decompose like fruit, vegetables and other organic material.

    A typical toner cartridge is made up of 40% metal, 40% plastic, and small percentages of toner, rubber, paper and foam. Almost all these materials take many years to disintegrate and can be toxic to humans, plants and animals alike.

    The good thing is that 97% of toner cartridge components can be recycled or reused.

    2. Conserve Resources

    If we recycle toner cartridges, we could reduce our use of raw materials for making new printer cartridges. It is said that for every kilogram of new material used in remanufacturing, five to nine kilograms of raw material is conserved.

    3. Conserve Energy

    At least 3 quartz of oil is burned in manufacturing a single toner cartridge. If this printer cartridge is remanufactured, say four times, we can save up to 12 quarts of oil, a non-renewable type of natural resource.

    Where To Buy Remanufactured Toner Cartridges?

    There are reputable retailers of remanufactured toner cartridges in the market today. But I strongly recommend the products of UKInkSupplies.com. They sell British-made, eco-friendly, and non patent-infringing toner cartridges. Their remanufactured Brother, Canon and HP toner cartridges are of high quality.


    Article by UK Ink Supplies, based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire stock an extensive range of printer ink cartridges and laser toner printer cartridges.  For more information visit UK Ink Supplies for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges, laser toners and other digital media products for your inkjet printer. Article posted 24th February 2011.


    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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    Jet Tec Kodak 10 black ink cartridges

    Posted in Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, Kodak Ink Cartridges, Kodak Inkjet Cartridges, Kodak Printer Cartridges, Kodak Recycled Cartridges, Kodak Remanufactured Cartridges, New Cartridge Products & Product Launches, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 02/05/2012 by ukinksupplies

    Jet Tec has announced the launch of their remanufactured Kodak 10 black inkjet cartridges. The cartridges are available as a single black, single colour and black & colour multipack.

    The Jettec K10 Kodak 10 black remanufactured cartridges are intended to “provide customers with a lower cost, more environmentally friendly alternative” and Jet Tec expect them to swiftly become a top selling product. Phil Sneath, Commercial Manager, DCI, commented: “The launch of the new Jet Tec Kodak products is an important development in our product range as they are an increasingly popular brand within the market. “Our remanufactured products offer the same life span as the originals with high quality ink for unbeatable print results”.

  • Available as a single black, a single colour and a black & colour multipack
  • 100% quality guarantee
  • Environmentally friendly packaging
  • Expected to become one of the top selling products of 2012
  • Jet Tec’s K10 series remanufactured ink cartridge K10B replaces Kodak 10 black printer cartridge and is suitable for use in the following Kodak printers:

  • Kodak ESP 3
  • Kodak ESP 3250
  • Kodak ESP 5
  • Kodak ESP 5100
  • Kodak ESP 5210
  • Kodak ESP 5250
  • Kodak ESP 5300
  • Kodak ESP 5500
  • Kodak ESP 6150
  • Kodak ESP 7250
  • Kodak ESP 9250
  • Kodak HERO 7.1
  • Kodak HERO 9.1
  • Kodak OFFICE HERO 6.1
  • All Jet Tec ink cartridges for Kodak printers are made in the UK to stringent quality controls. The inks in these inkjet printer cartridges match or exceed the original manufacturers specifications. OEM code is for reference purposes only.


    UK Ink Supplies of Lincolnshire – official Jet Tec retailer in Lincoln.

    This blog is by UK Ink Supplies of Lincoln, UK – stocking a wide range of Jet Tec printer cartridges and Jet Tec laser toner cartridges for many models of printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec ink cartridges and Jet Tec laser cartridges for Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell, Oki, Xerox and Kodak printer products.

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