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Epson T060120 DURABrite Ultra 60 Standard-capacity Inkjet Cartridge -Black

by Epson

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  • Inkjet Print Cartridge.
  • The Epson Black Ink Cartridge uses DURABrite Ultra inks to produce bold black text and rich, vibrant colors
  • Genuine Original.
  • Acid-free / For Use with Epson CX4200, CX3810, CX4800, CX780, C68 & C88
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Epson T060120 DURABrite Ultra 60 Standard-capacity Inkjet Cartridge -Black + Epson T060520-VP DURABrite Ultra Value Pack for select Epson Stylus Printers
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1 x 3 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000ARA52G
  • Item model number: T060120
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (228 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Color: Black

The Epson Black Ink Cartridge uses DURABrite Ultra inks to produce bold black text and rich, vibrant colors. Acid-free / For Use with Epson CX4200, CX3810, CX4800, CX780, C68 & C88

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Customer Reviews

Very satisfied with the product and also the expedient service I received.
Vernell Zanders
I have tried other off brands and for my printer, I have found that sticking to the Epson brand works the best!
Howard Dice
Recommend to anyone wanting to save time and money by not going to retail store.
Roses

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By R. Horick on March 12, 2007
Color Name: Color Multipack Verified Purchase
The color ink in these cartridges seems excellent to me, a non-specialist in colored ink. The good news is that you only replace just the ink color that runs out in your Epson printer, avoiding the need to throw away unused ink in single cartridges that hold 3 colors, and maybe even black, too. It is also very easy to replace cartridges.

The bad news is that, in Epson (and other) printers, you can't print even just black text if any one of these colors runs out. So you are forced to keep supplies of all four colors installed in your Epson printer at all times if you want to use it at all, even if you have no prospect of printing in color in the near future.

These little cartridges are expensive, and it is obvious that Epson is making its profits on ink cartridges and not on the cheap printers most people use. The whole system is inherently unfriendly to the environment, as there is such a lot of waste in disposing of these complex little electronic cartridges once the ink is gone from them.

The obvious thing to do would be for Epson to sell just replacement ink to pour in to recepticles for each color when they are empty or nearly so. Some environmentally friendly way of keeping the ink channels unclogged would be needed then, but hey, they'd still make a lot of money selling ink and ink channel cleaner. Is this rocket science?
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By DavidS on September 15, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Have not used this cartridge so I am not rating this re-manufactured ink cartridge for its print quality. My rating reflects my dissatisfaction with this vendors deceptive advertising. This vendor is selling re-manufactured cartridges and most people wouldn't know it by looking at the items web page. What I have learned, if the item description doesn't say OEM it isn't an Epson manufactured ink cartridge. I think if a vendor is selling re-manufactured ink cartridges it should be in the item description! Some will say the price should tell you it is not OEM but a lot of vendors list a low price to draw customers and then recoup there losses with an elevated shipping cost!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Robert Younger on May 6, 2007
Color Name: Color Multipack
These cartridges work well, like most ink cartridges. The important part for me is that they are for each color individually, so I only have to replace the color that is actually out. Please also note that the interactive software that comes with your printer will tell you to replace the cartridge long before you need to. Wait until the printer won't print anymore, then replace the cartridge. You'll get many more prints from each cartridge this way.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Williams on October 5, 2011
Color Name: Combo Pack Verified Purchase
Well, it's ink. It's Epson ink. It's more expensive than all of the generics out there. Why buy Epson ink? Because buying the knockoffs just isn't worth it. Every time I've tried a cheaper alternative ('bout 8x now), I've had a bad experience... Short lifespan, dried up ink (on receipt), and/or poor print quality. After much aggravation, I've decided that it's going to be straight Epson from here on out. Hope this review helps to improve your mental health as well. :-)
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Eric Oliver on March 16, 2007
Color Name: Color Multipack Verified Purchase
It's ink -- it works great. The price on Amazon was the best I could find.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Panaceah on July 5, 2009
Color Name: Black
The Epson Black Ink Cartridge is a fine companion to my Epson Stylus CX4200 printer. I've only used genuine Epson ink with this printer, since I'm cautious about keeping the printer in working condition. I placed an order for 3 cartridges from SourceofInk.com, which had a promotion on this item in June 2009 of Buy 3 Get 1 Free. Despite the item description clearly indicating that an Epson T060120 was the product, I received 3 GE-T0601Bk cartridges from MMC, and a random EMPTY, unsealed cartridge by MMC that was an entirely different model. I contacted SourceofInk immediately and they said they never carried the Epson T060120 cartridges (though it is clearly indicated in their posting, and nowhere in the product title or description does it mention they are actually selling a generic version). They agreed to give me a full refund, and did not ask me to return the generic cartridges. I found this to be a shady business practice and have not tried the MMC generic cartridges.

Again however, the Epson black ink works fine, though it runs out quickly (maybe 100-150 sheets).
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kiki Von Pants on December 13, 2007
Color Name: Color Multipack Verified Purchase
I have used Epson printers exclusively since college days - as a photographer and graphic designer I need colors that print true, or are easy to color balance if things aren't looking the way they should, and Epson has always come through for me with their products and software. I find I need to replace my printer about every 2 years or so- depending on how much use it sees, and I'm okay with that, because I work the heck out of these poor things (some until their little feet vibrate right off!) and they almost literally drip ink out the bottom. I tried Generic Ink for the first time a month ago and it was just as bad as I thought it would be. the print quality was a little blurry, the colors not as true, and the print heads were really undependable. I had to throw 2 out of 6 away almost full because numerous print head cleanings and alignments were unsatisfactory. In summation, I am happy to pay full price for the proper cartridge, but I agree with another reviewer - please consider a refillable option for the sake of the environment! I'll pay whatever it takes to make this profitable to Epson. (maybe I shouldn't say that in print) but I mean it. HIGH QUALITY REFILLABLE OPTION PLEASE!
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