HP 300XL 2-pack High Yield Black Original Ink Cartridges (D8J43AE)

Product Features

  • Original HP Ink Cartridge – high reliability and consistent print quality
  • Page yield: 600 per cartridge
  • Cartridges per pack : 2. The ink type is pigment based and the Print resolution technology is TIJ 2.X Gen 3
  • For use with: HP DeskJet D1660/D2660/D5560/F2480/F4280/F4580, HP Envy 100/110/114/120, HP PhotoSmart C4680/C4780
  • Recycle HP Original Cartridges for free with HP’s Planet Partners programme

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3 Responses to HP 300XL 2-pack High Yield Black Original Ink Cartridges (D8J43AE)

  1. The Vanarchist says:

    If you are still stuck without an HP Instant Ink printer, enjoy these genuine (and genuinely expensive) carts my friend Ooh, a trip down memory lane to those times (eight years ago) when I had to buy expensive ink from HP. Times before HP introduced the Instant Ink thing, which now means I only pay a monthly fee (less each year than buying a single genuine HP black and colour cart) for however many pages I want to print and the ink comes direct to my door before I run out at no extra cost. I’m saving a fortune, and not worrying about using the photo-printing functionality to whack out A4 pics anymore. Back to…

  2. Serendipity says:

    Genuine Is Best! I may have given this 5 star but i in no way love printer cartridges. Anyway. I gave it five stars to help people avoiding the issues i had with an inferior product. I bought what i thought was a genuine one from a supermarket but only later realised when checking small print that it was a refurb! The price difference was so small it was not worth it. My printer hated it from day one not reading the ink level and not printing correctly. I replaced it with a genuine HP300 and boom, issues gone…

  3. Picky reader says:

    Second time lucky On fitting the new cartridge, the first in a new printer after the original free one ran out, it didn’t work, and the printer reported that it failed its self-test. The printer had already reported it was a genuine cartridge when I first put it in, so I could be confident it hadn’t been a fake, and the other diagnostic tests like cleaning the print heads didn’t do any good.I checked the HP website for advice on what to do and was advised to check the printer warranty on-line before…