Epson Original T0713 Durabrite Magenta Ink Cartridge

T0713 magenta ink cartridge provides no smudging, no fading, simply perfect prints whatever you’re printing
Epson’s DURABrite Ultra ink has an exclusive technology where each pigment particle is coated in resin
This makes the ink water, smudge, and fade resistant on all paper types, for beautiful, durable results

 
  Product Description   Epson T0713 – print cartridge  
  Consumable Type   Print cartridge  
  Printing Technology   Ink-jet  
  Printing Colour   Magenta  
  Cartridge Features   Epson DURABrite Ultra  </td&g

Product Features

  • For use with Stylus D78, DX4000, DX4050, DX5050, DX6000, DX6050 and DX7000f
  • High Quality Printing from Epson with Individual Ink Cartridges
  • More Value Multipack available – T071540
  • Exclusive Fade and Water resistant Epson DURAbrite Ultra Ink system
  • 4 Colour for Lab quality photo prints
  • 200 years Light fastness in album storage
  • Incredible Water Resistance
  • Product code = C13T071340A0.
  • Original inkjet cartridges
  • Ink Cartridges
  • EPSON T0713 Magenta Ink
  • Compatible Devices: Epson Printer
  • Number of pages printed: 495

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3 Responses to Epson Original T0713 Durabrite Magenta Ink Cartridge

  1. Eleri J says:

    Easy to replace/good value I’ve had my current printer for quite a few years now and it is still going strong. I went through a period of purchasing compatible ink cartridges but find that they don’t last as long as the Epson ones so I’m not actually saving anything, essentially I’m getting better value from the Epson ink cartridges. I find the Epson ink cartridges easy to replace when the ink has run out and it is clear which ink cartridge goes where. The quality of the print is good for what I need (generally print…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’ve had my current printer for quite a few years now and it is still going strong. I went through a period of purchasing compatible ink cartridges but find that they don’t last as long as the Epson ones so I’m not actually saving anything, essentially I’m getting better value from the Epson ink cartridges. I find the Epson ink cartridges easy to replace when the ink has run out and it is clear which ink cartridge goes where. The quality of the print is good for what I need (generally print…