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IKONG LYC_USA via Amazon [amazon.com] has Compatible Ink Cartridge Replacement for HP 950XL 951XL 950 951 Ink Cartridge Works with HP OfficeJet Pro 8600 8610 8620 8100 8630 8660 8640 8615 8625 276DW 251DW 271DW for $9.49 with Code: ADUDM3LQ. Free Shipping with PRIME.
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Pretty good page count for less than $10.

• What is included: IKONG Compatible hp 950xl 951xl combo ( 1 Black,1 Cyan,1 Magenta,1 Yellow)
• Printer Compatibility: HP OfficeJet Pro 8600 8100 8610 8620 8660 8630 8640 8615 8625 251DW 276DW and 271DW printers
• Page Yield: 2300 Pages per 950XL Black, 1500 Pages per 951xl color ink cartridges, 5% coverage at A4 paper
• Our 950xl ink cartridges are through ISO 9001 & ISO14001 certified facility. It will be strictly inspected before leaving the factory.
• New Generation chip show accurate ink level , 950xl and 951 ink cartridges combo pack bring you vivid and clear printing.
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Not sure this is 13TU 1 comment amazing,
(952 version was posted days ago to only a couple TU https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/14143733)

but I was actually just lamenting the decrease in ink deals on SD...so keep them coming
Used to have posts often enough I could always stay ahead of my needs but been a dry spell recently.
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It seems with every new generation of officejet that comes out the 3rd party ink just gets harder and more expensive to find. I believe the officejet 8600 was was one of the last good models that came out. Then came the 8720 and now the 9010. I noticed the same thing happening with the LaserJet side. The new models offer little to no benefit except a major redesign. Toner for those machines is expensive and the printers are very picky about which chips they take now with most 3rd party ink manufacturers making you glue the chip form the old cartridge onto the new one. I'm fortunate that my old hp LaserJet from 2 years ago is running so faithfully but I question what I will do the day I need to replace it.
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It seems with every new generation of officejet that comes out the 3rd party ink just gets harder and more expensive to find. .
Yep, I have HP's 9025 OfficeJet, Decent printer, nothing mind blowing in technological advancements. I had an HP 8600 OfficeJet that was probably the best model HP ever made. The 8600 was superior in build quality, had a large LCD touch screen, fantastic print times and resolution, and it's optical scanner resolution was 4800x4800 DPI. You can't get that scanner resolution today. The best you'll get is 1200x1200.

The only thing HP "improved", as of late, is their instant ink program. Though, the instant ink program is actually a decent deal. The only thing I don't care for is what HP considers a printed "page". For instance, if you print a page with just one character, HP will consider that a page and deduct it from your allotment.

Still, if you do the math, it's a excellent program to get their official ink from. You basically wont pay more than $60 a year for ink if you join their "moderate, 100 pages monthly" plan. Even if you go crazy, and print hundreds of extra pages, that put you over your allotment, it's still an excellent deal compared to outright buying cartridges. For example, you could probably eek out 500 pages on a full set of cartridges that cost $90. Now, if you went over your allotment, and got stuck paying for $1 per 15 pages, it would only cost you about $35 to print another 500 pages, which is about a third of the cost compared to buying another full set of cartridges.

I gave up on 3rd party inks. Colors aren't the greatest, and the last set of inks I bought ruined my print head. I'm not sure if it was the inks or the print head that borked up, but I'm done with 3rd party, and I've gone the instant ink path.
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Yep, I have HP's 9025 OfficeJet, Decent printer, nothing mind blowing in technological advancements. I had an HP 8600 OfficeJet that was probably the best model HP ever made. The 8600 was superior in build quality, had a large LCD touch screen, fantastic print times and resolution, and it's optical scanner resolution was 4800x4800 DPI. You can't get that scanner resolution today. The best you'll get is 1200x1200.

The only thing HP "improved", as of late, is their instant ink program. Though, the instant ink program is actually a decent deal. The only thing I don't care for is what HP considers a printed "page". For instance, if you print a page with just one character, HP will consider that a page and deduct it from your allotment.

Still, if you do the math, it's a excellent program to get their official ink from. You basically wont pay more than $60 a year for ink if you join their "moderate, 100 pages monthly" plan. Even if you go crazy, and print hundreds of extra pages, that put you over your allotment, it's still an excellent deal compared to outright buying cartridges. For example, you could probably eek out 500 pages on a full set of cartridges that cost $90. Now, if you went over your allotment, and got stuck paying for $1 per 15 pages, it would only cost you about $35 to print another 500 pages, which is half the cost compared to buying another full set of cartridges.

I gave up on 3rd party inks. Colors aren't the greatest, and the last set of inks I bought ruined my print head. I'm not sure if it was the inks or the print head that borked up, but I'm done with 3rd party, and I've gone the instant ink path.
Yeah totally agree with you. I would say instant ink would be the only thing I would use if I printed photos. The costs savings would be quite massive.

As for me, I've given up on ink jets altogether. I have an Epson Ecotank and see myself using my HP laser much more because it is faster to operate, the colors are vivid and text is sharper than any inkjet I've used and best of all the generics are $60 a set for 5000 pages color and 6500 pages B&W. With my LaserJet I actually get more pages than states by the printer so it's a win win. I've printed close to 3500 pages with the generics and 9000 total on the printer. It just keeps going strong. I average about 500 pages a month so instant ink was quite pricey in that regard but for photo printing it's a steal. The one thing my laser can't do is print photos on glossy paper. For that I rely on the ecotank which prints exceptionally well on glossy paper.
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and see myself using my HP laser much more
Absolutely. An inkjet, with a laser-jet to do grey-scale prints is the most economical solution. You could then join HP's "Occasional" plan @ $3 monthly, just for your color prints. I always had an inkjet and laser jet, but got rid of my laser to save room, though I'll be buying one again if I see my printing become more. It's foolish not to have B&W laser-jet these days.

Some will say to go the color laser route, but DAMN...the cost to replace those cartridges with official toner is insane, which is why I never went that route.
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Just a heads up. I bought this about a year ago for my hp printer and it damaged my printer. I would have to print out about 5 pages before I could get a readable page. After this even buying original ink won't help. Be very careful when buying non oem ink.
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Just a heads up. I bought this about a year ago for my hp printer and it damaged my printer. I would have to print out about 5 pages before I could get a readable page. After this even buying original ink won't help. Be very careful when buying non oem ink.
I agree, I had same problem with this set I used and print head is not working now.
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My aunt has been bugging me to get ink for her printer and I keep forgetting to look for it. She has the 8610. In for 4.

Thanks.
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I am done with after market ink cartrdges . i have 8610 printer. they leak make a mess etc. If you dont use printer 1 week guess what they dry up. I am just going buy some kind of Eco tank mega tank what ever the f the are called .
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I am done with after market ink cartrdges . i have 8610 printer. they leak make a mess etc. If you dont use printer 1 week guess what they dry up. I am just going buy some kind of Eco tank mega tank what ever the f the are called .
I have an 8600 pro and I had to go through an entire thing of ink with the third party ink to clean out the mixture of the original and new ink. Aftermarket ink and original ink don't play nicely with each other. I then turned up the quality to best and it's been running strong 3 years later. Sorry your having trouble but I've found when I was having issues I reached out to the company who made the ink and they send me 3x the kit I ordered and some tips on cleaning the print head and what not. I call that customer service. And sure enough the streaking issue cleared out. I think the brand is called Kingjet. I'm not sure what brands you used.
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I think anymore if you have to shop for a printer. You almost have to find a printer and then see what options there are for ink, or search ink and find out what printers they go to lol
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I think anymore if you have to shop for a printer. You almost have to find a printer and then see what options there are for ink, or search ink and find out what printers they go to lol
This, very much this. No matter how good the printer price is, remember that the refills are where they will recoup their costs.
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I had an HP 8600 and I use these exact cartridges for two replacements and then my printer head seized up, I attempted to find a new one but it was almost the cost of a new printer so it went to the dump. I can't say with 100% certainty that the ink caused that, but I had used the printer with genuine HP ink for about two years before that with no issues.
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