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Support for compatible and remanufactured inkjet cartridges and laser toner cartridges

Posted in Brother ink cartridges, Brother inkjet cartridges, Brother printer cartridges, Epson ink cartridges, Epson inkjet cartridges, Epson printer cartridges, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), 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 16/10/2012 by ukinksupplies

Welcome to our Jet Tec printer cartridges support page

We offer support for a wide range of compatible and remanufactured Jet Tec inkjet cartridges and laser toner cartridges.

Find your Jet Tec inkjet printer cartridge:

Brother ink cartidges
Canon ink cartidges
Epson ink cartidges
HP ink cartidges

For your Jet Tec laser toner cartridges:

please click here.

About Jet Tec

Jet Tec are one of the world’s leading manufacturers of alternative inkjet supplies, producing compatible and recycled printer cartridge products. Jet Tec laser toners and ink cartridges are made in the UK by DCI Ltd and are compatible with the latest and most popular types of printers. Jet Tec has been established for over 25 years at its UK manufacturing base and is renowned for the quality, reliability and patented technology of their products. The quality of Jet Tec products is second to none. Jet Tec is an ISO 9001 registered company. ISO 9001 procedures are applied throughout the entire manufacturing facility. Jet Tec’s self-reliance in the total manufacturing process ensures the tightest control over quality.


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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Brother LC970 ink cartidges support

Posted in Brother ink cartridges, Brother inkjet cartridges, Brother printer cartridges, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on 04/09/2012 by ukinksupplies

Using Jet Tec compatible ink cartridges for Brother printers.

Q. My Jet Tec ink cartridge does not fit the printer the same as the original.

A. The compatible cartridge is designed to avoid infringing patents owned by the printer manufacturer. This means the cartridge looks different, and may fit slightly differently, but will still print correctly.

Q. My cartridge doesn’t eject when I open the cartridge access door.

A. Locate the pull tab on the back of the cartridge and use it to pull the cartridge out of the printer.

You can buy Jet Tec ink cartridges for Brother printers here:

  • Brother LC970 black ink cartridges
  • Brother LC970 cyan ink cartridges
  • Brother LC970 magenta ink cartridges
  • Brother LC970 yellow ink cartridges
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    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 Hewlett Packard HP300 CC643EE 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 with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 20/06/2012 by ukinksupplies

    Hewlett Packard launch their new HP300XL CC643EE colour ink cartridges!

    UK Ink Supplies is pleased to announce the launch of the Hewlett Packard HP300 colour ink cartridges.

    Original HP CC643EE ( hp 300 ) 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 CC643EE ( hp 300 ) Tri-Colour Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridges. Original HP CC643EE ( hp 300 ) Tri-Colour Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridge yields up to 165 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. Mouse2House provide exclusive deals & unparalleled customer service on all of its products. This cartridge is also known as CC643EE, HP300, HP 300, HP-300.

    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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    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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    Printers: A Practical Buyers Guide by UK Ink Supplies

    Posted in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), GreenTech, Jet Tec Ink Cartridges, Jet Tec inkjet cartridges, Jet Tec Laser Toner Cartridges, Jet Tec printer cartridges, OEM ink cartridges, OEM printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 09/03/2012 by ukinksupplies

    Printers – A Practical Buyers Guide

    Buying a printer can be a complicated business, there are more shapes, sizes and types of printers available to the home and small business user than ever before. Printers have also become specialised for their intended purpose.

    It is no longer a case of “a printer is a printer”. Printers are now designed to be good in a particular area rather than a “Jack-of-all trades”, which will do everything.

    An often overlooked issue, is the very serious consideration of cost of ownership, which is all about of how much it will cost to keep your printer running (see below). So making that decision on which printer to go for can be a seriously arduous task, especially if you are keen to buy a printer that is not only affordable to buy but also cheap to run.

    So here is the information that you need to know and consider, but no one tells you! We have not expanded on which printer is the best at any given time because models constantly change and you can find that information in any current glossy PC magazine off the shelf. Instead, here you will find the good, bad and ugly bits from the different types of printers available so you can make an informed decision yourself.

    Inkjet Technology

    Inkjet printers form images by spraying tiny droplets of liquid ink onto paper. The size and precision of the dots of ink and the type and quality of the ink itself govern how good the print quality is. A quality inkjet printer can produce very near photo-quality images using specialist photo coated paper. In general there are two types of inkjet printers, those with the printhead built into the printer like Epson, Brother etc and those where the printhead is actually on the ink cartridge like HP and Lexmark. There are many arguments for and against both technologies, but in our experience we have found both to be very good, the major difference seems to be that the cost of running a printer using the “printhead” type ink cartridge is usually higher.

    Inkjet ink is specially formulated for specific printer models and their purpose, much technology is involved in the development of these inks to improve print quality, longevity, drying speeds and printing speeds etc. Most inkjet ink is produced using dye based ink which can flow easily through the tiny nozzles of the printhead, this type of ink is good for photos and colour shades but not so good for longevity or solid vibrant colour, think of it like a water colour painting. In recent years pigment ink technology has advanced considerably to enable use in inkjet printing. Previously ink pigments were too large and would block up the nozzles. This type of ink is good for solid colours and longevity, think of it like an oil painting.

    Manufacturers like Epson, HP and Jet Tec are now increasingly using a fusion of dye based and pigmented inks to create superb quality photo printing with vibrant colours and longevity too.

    Inkjet printers use anything between two and eight ink cartridges to do their job. Generally speaking the entry-level machines use two cartridges, good all round machines use four and specialist photo printers use six or more. The two cartridge system works fine though can be a bit wasteful on the colour ink, so go for a four-cartridge system where possible especially if you do colour printing. The six or more cartridge systems produce outstanding photos, but can be costly and a pain to keep changing cartridges (printer does not work if any one cartridge is empty).

    Inkjet printers are the best solution for most people and are usually the most cost effective way to print – unless you are printing large volumes.

    Portable Inkjet Printers

    These printers are small, lightweight and ideal for people on the move. Although the printing of high quality photographs is usually beyond this type of printer, basic colour printing is of good quality and the quality of text print is mostly outstanding considering the size of these tiny portable A4 printers. These printers are not suitable for high volume printing.

    Inkjet Printers

    The Inkjet Printer is the most commonly used type of printer among home and small business users. With excellent all round printing capabilities, from black & white text print and good colour prints through to very hi-resolution, high quality photographs using Inkjet Photo Printers. Inkjet printers are available from cheap entry level to high-end business use machines and can print from photo size prints to massive A2 and bigger sizes, there are models for occasional use and others for high volume print jobs too. One of the many great things about Inkjet printers is that you can use a wide variety of media to print on, including standard paper, photo paper, card, t-shirt transfers, canvas, projector film etc, achieving different looks and textures for your prints and print for different purposes. Most Inkjet printers are USB connections and not suitable for networks, although models are also available for networks and with parallel connections.

    Multi-Function Inkjet Printers

    Multi-Function Inkjet Printers have been built to meet the needs of home offices and small businesses. These excellent value machines provide multiple solutions in one compact and easy to use machine i.e. printing, scanning, copying and some also have built in fax machines too. Not only are these machines great for saving space on your desk, but they are also very good for printing too using the same technology as standard inkjet printers. The only thing you should be aware of is that you can only use one function at a time and if anything goes wrong with an “All-in-one” machine, you may lose the all the functions at once!

    Laser Printers

    Laser printers work in a similar way to photocopiers, except they use a laser instead of a bright light to scan with. They work by creating an electrostatic image of the page onto a charged photoreceptor, which in turn attracts toner in the shape of an electrostatic charge. Toner is the material used to make the image (as ink is in an inkjet printer) and is a very fine powder, so laser printers use toner cartridges instead of ink cartridges.

    Laser Printers have traditionally been the best printing solution for heavy office users as they produce a very high quality black text finish and offer relatively low running costs. However, laser printers have advanced a great deal recently and their prices have steadily dropped, as a result there are now compact laser printers, multi-function and colour laser printers all at very affordable prices. Laser printers make sense if you need to do a lot of high quality black or colour prints, not photos. The great thing about a colour laser printer is that they can print a very good quality colour image on standard copier paper, so you do not need to use expensive photo paper for large jobs. Do check the prices of the consumables before you buy the printer as these can be very expensive for colour laser printers.

    Laser printers are the best solution for people who are printing in large volumes, that is, in 100’s of pages at a time or 1000’s of pages per month. Colour lasers also take quite a while to warm up, so are not ideal for printing single pages.

    Solid Ink Printers

    Solid ink printers use solid wax ink sticks in a “phase-change” process, they work by liquefying wax ink sticks into reservoirs and then squirting the ink onto a transfer drum from where it is cold-fused onto the paper in a single pass. Solid ink printers are marketed almost exclusively by Tektronix / Xerox and are aimed at larger businesses and high volume colour printing.

    Solid ink printers used to be cheaper to purchase than similarly specified colour lasers and fairly economical to run owing to a low component usage, today it is not necessarily any cheaper than a colour laser printer. Output quality is good but generally not as good as the best colour lasers for text and graphics or the best inkjets for photographs. Print speeds are not as fast as most colour lasers.

    Dye-Sublimation Printers

    Dye-Sublimation printers use heat and solid colour dyes to produce lab-quality photographic images. Dye-Sub printers contain a roll of transparent film made up of page-sized panels of colour, with cyan, magenta, yellow, and black dye embedded in the film. Print head heating elements vaporize the inks, which adhere to a specially coated paper, as the ink cools it re-solidifies on the paper. Colour intensity is controlled by precise variations in temperature.

    Dye-sublimation printers lay down color in continuous tones one color at a time instead of dots of ink like an inkjet, because the colour is absorbed into the paper rather than sitting on the surface, the output is more photo-realistic, more durable and less vulnerable to fading than other ink technologies.

    The downside of Dye-Sub printers is that they are generally more expensive to buy and run, usually limited to photo sized prints only and can only print onto one type of specialised paper as well as being quite slow to print.

    Dye-Sublimation printers are best for those who want to link up their digital camera to a purpose built printer and print out the finest quality photos at home without fuss.

    Dot Matrix Printers

    Dot matrix printers are relatively old fashioned technology today with poor quality print, slow and very noisy output. This type of printer is no longer used unless you wish to create invoices using the continuous paper with holes on both sides. The good thing is that they are very cheap to run!

    Cost of Ownership

    Many printers today are very cheap to buy, but people are sometimes shocked to discover the cost of replacing the consumables (ink or laser cartridges, imaging drums, fuser, oils, specialist papers etc). The cost of replacing the ink can sometimes cost more than the printer itself! This is one of the most commonly overlooked factors when printers are reviewed and yet one of the most important things to consider before handing over your hard earned cash. Tests run in 2003 by Which? magazine famously compared the cost of HP’s ink with vintage 1985 Dom Perignon.

    A Sheffield City Council report aimed at helping schools decide on the best-value printers to buy, calculated total cost of ownership over the lifetime of a printer (not sure how long that is!). Adding up all the running costs, ink or toner, paper, maintenance and even electricity, SCC worked out that a colour inkjet costs approx 38p per page to run compared to a colour laser which costs approx 7p per page. Sheffield City Council advised its schools that if they printed more than three colour pages a day (assuming a 40-week academic year) they should buy a laser.

    These figures cannot be taken hard and fast due to the many variables involved, but it is generally accepted that the cost per print of a laser printer is cheaper than that of an inkjet, which is in turn cheaper than that of a sub-dye printer. However, you would have to do a fair amount of colour printing to take advantage of the economy offered by a laser printer.


    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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    OEM Printer Ink Cartridges from UK Ink Supplies

    Posted in Epson ink cartridges, Epson inkjet cartridges, Epson printer cartridges, HP ink cartridges, HP printer cartridges, Kodak Ink Cartridges, Kodak Inkjet Cartridges, Kodak Printer Cartridges, Lexmark ink cartridges, Lexmark inkjet cartridges, Lexmark printer cartridges, OEM ink cartridges, OEM printer cartridges, Samsung cartridges, Samsung ink cartridges, Samsung printer cartridges, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 14/02/2012 by ukinksupplies

    OEM Printer Cartridges offer excellent print quality and dependable performance. The reason for this is that printer makers nearly always adapt their ink and toner formulas to match the specific characteristics of each individual printer model.

    OEM Cartridges FAQ:

    1. What is an OEM Ink Cartridge?
    2. How costly are OEM Ink Cartridges?

    What is an OEM Ink Cartridge?

    OEM Printer Cartridges (also referred to as Original or Genuine Cartridges) are produced by the original equipment maker of the printer. These cartridges are almost seldom as cheap as compatible cartridges, such those made by Jet Tec. The reason for this is the business model that most big brand printer makers employ. They are prepared to lose money when selling the printer and instead expect to gain profits from the cartridge sales over the life span of the printer.

    Ink Cartridge designs are often patented and intentionally designed to make it hard for the end user to refill old ink cartridges, thereby forcing them to buy new ones and tying them to the printer maker. Since designs are patented, discount cartridge manufacturers often re-use and refill the cartridges made by the OEM. This creates a way to open up the ink market without infringing on the patents.

    A continuous stream of new printer cartridge models has reached the market since the compatible cartridges took significant market share. That’s why it normally takes a couple of months before compatible cartridges for new printer models reach the shops. The manufacturers need to build a stock of empty printer cartridges before they can produce and sell them in larger quantities.

    How costly are OEM Ink Cartridges?

    OEM cartridges are without doubt more costly compared to buying compatible or remanufactured cartridges. OEM cartridges are generally between 10% – 70% more expensive depending on printer brand and cartridge type.

    Find cost comparisons between different cartridge types below:

  • Cost comparison – Compatible versus OEM cartridges
  • Cost comparison – Remanufactured versus OEM cartridges
  • Remember that the quality of the ink or toner is only one factor to achieve good printing results. The printing paper also needs to have the correct characteristics in relation to the ink or toner which in turn needs to be suitable for the printer. Read about other available Ink Cartridges and Toner Cartridges:

  • Jet Tec Compatible Cartridges
  • Remanufactured Cartridges

  • 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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    Lexmark Ink Cartridges – UK Ink Supplies

    Posted in Lexmark inkjet cartridges, Lexmark printer cartridges, OEM ink cartridges, OEM printer cartridges, Printer Cartridge Manufacturers, UK Ink Supplies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 12/01/2012 by ukinksupplies

    Finding Lexmark Printer Cartridges is easy here at UK Ink Supplies. We currently have hundreds of different Lexmark Ink Cartridges to offer you including both Lexmark branded and Jet Tec branded cartridges – the leading UK manufacture of compatible Lexmark ink cartridges.

    The History of Lexmark

    Lexmark’s history is not as long as some of the other big printer brands. Lexmark originated as a spin-off from IBM’s print division in 1991. Lexmark first produced inkjet printers in 1992 – the year the first printers were branded as just Lexmark, rather than being co-branded with IBM.

    Compared to their largest competitors, Lexmark is completely focused on manufacturing printers and printer accessories with most of the products falling into the inkjet, matrix printer and laser printers field.

    During their relatively short history, Lexmark have continuously been working to push printing to new areas and to broaden the market by pushing down prices and making printing equipment affordable for all.

    Popular Lexmark Printer Series

    C Series, E Series, P Series, S Series, T Series, W Series, X Series, Z Series, Execjet Series, Medley Series, Optra Series

    Popular Lexmark Printer Cartridges

    10N0016, 10N0026, 12A1970, 1380950, 17G0050, 17G0060, 18C0032, 18C0781, 18L0032.

    Today, Lexmark is one of the largest suppliers within the printer market, offering inkjet printers, laser printers, scanners and dot matrix printers for every use from the home to commercial printing.

    Interested in Lexmark Ink Cartridges?

    Buying an original Lexmark cartridge is not cheap, with sets of cartridges costing upwards to £100.00. Fortunately, the market has been opening up in the last few years and there are now choices out there for those that want to buy Lexmark ink cartridges instead. These cartridges are manufactured to be 100% compatible with the Lexmark printer and to meet the standard set by Lexmark for their cartridges.


    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 HP printer cartridges and Jet Tec HP  laser toner cartridges for many HP printers.  For more information please visit Jet Tec printer cartridges for the latest Jet Tec Epson, Canon, HP, Lexmark, Brother, Dell and Epson printer products.

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