DELL Ink Cartridges
If you own a Dell printer and are racking your brains to solutions for mitigating the costs of replacing ink cartridges, look no further when you ask where to buy Dell ink cartridges. InkCloners.com presents you a great deal on low cost OEM remanufactured Dell ink cartridges that will lead to great savings for you. Our discount Dell cartridges are guaranteed to be equal, if not better, in terms of yield and quality. Find your Dell ink cartridge by either choosing the printer model or the cartridge number.
Choose your DELL printer model or cartridge number
A relatively a new player in the printer and ink cartridge industry, Dell introduced its first printer in the year 2003, which were actually Lexmark printers with the Dell name on them. Lexmark ink cartridges are identical to some of the Dell cartridges. Their printers are geared towards both businesses and the average consumer. Their versatility and user-friendly features won the hearts of many and continue to be highly rated among the consumers. In 2011, the demand for Dell printers prompted the company to expand its printer distribution in the United Kingdom.
While their printers are highly sought after, the cost of their ink cartridges is enough to deter many. In fact, each millimeter of the ink in original Dell ink cartridges have been found to be more expensive than a millimeter of vintage wine! People shopping for ink prefer using Dell ink cartridges that are refurbished or remanufactured because of the cheaper costs.
With InkCloners.com.com, you can continue to enjoy crisp prints that are appropriate for professional usage when you use our remanufactured refilled discounted Dell ink cartridges. We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee in place to ensure your experience of using our products would be nothing short of pleasant. Just to clarify for you, these are Dell cartridges that have been "remanufactured" - meaning that it is an original cartridge that has been refurbished, cleaned, fitted with new coils, sponges, and ink. So because of that, the printer recognizes the cartridge as being a Dell ink cartridge which has been used and could detect that is has no ink left in it. The printers are not smart enough to recognize that there could be a 'remanufactured' cartridge installed that is in fact filled with ink.
However, the ink cartridges will register the previous volume (from the cartridge's 'first life') and therefore are very likely to read low or empty. The ink level indicator technology is OEM proprietary technology for which they own patents and manufacturers who re-manufacture these cartridges cannot duplicate this technology due to patent infringement laws. You should be able to bypass the low ink message, either by canceling out of the screen or clicking a box to not display the message again, and continue printing until the quality changes, indicating it will soon be time to change the cartridge. Not having the ink indicator is one 'perk' people do give up when ordering less expensive re-manufactured cartridges.