Brother LC223M Inkjet Cartridge | Standard Yield | Magenta | Brother Genuine Supplies

Compatible with:Brother DCP J4120DW ¦ Brother MFC J4420DW, J4620DW, J4625DW, J5320DW, J5620DW, J5625DW, J5720DW, Colour:Magenta, Included Qty:1-pack, Duty Cycle:Up to 550 pages ISO/IEC 24711, Consumable Type:Ink cartridge, Cartridge Features:Brother Innobella, Printing Technology:Ink-jet, Blue Angel:Yes

Product Features

  • PAGE YIELD – Prints 550 pages in accordance with ISO/IEC 24711 | Qty 1
  • BROTHER GENUINE supplies are engineered to work perfectly with your printer, delivering consistent page yields, superior print quality and flawless reliability
  • PERFECTLY FORMULATED – Genuine ink prevents your pages from smearing as the ink dries on the paper in an optimal time, and is formulated to ensure smooth and reliable operation

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3 Responses to Brother LC223M Inkjet Cartridge | Standard Yield | Magenta | Brother Genuine Supplies

  1. Opinionholder says:

    We’re so compatible Official ink for my printer- easily fitted and produces good quality prints. It’s expensive, though, and I don’t believe it can possibly be good value. It’s like £100s more expensive per ml than say grey goose or champagne. Although neither of those would get my reports printed. But I did already try a cheap, generic ink AND all the hacks to try to get round the ‘unrecognised’ glitch, and I decided that life is, indeed, too short to be beholden to a lump of grumpy plastic, sobbing in my lounge…

  2. Bilbob says:

    The real McCoy at last! Unlike the supposedly compatible package of inks I previously bought from Amazon, these cartridges are recognised by the printer. Of course, as they’re manufactured by Brother, that’s only what one would expect. It’s annoying that stuff is sold by Amazon that doesn’t work and yet remains on the website. Amazon clearly pay no attention to what is said in reviews. It’s also irritating that manufacturers like Brother insist on adding identification chips to their print cartridges, but I guess…

  3. DanH says:

    If you don’t want to risk damage to your printer or voiding your warranty these are the only way to go!!