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HP 60XL CC641WN#140 Ink Cartridge-Black

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  • This high capacity inkjet cartridge produces up to 3 times more pages than the standard yield HP 60 cartridge
  • Our compatible HP 60XL high capacity black ink cartridge replaces the HP CC641WN inkjet cartridges
  • It is used by the HP Deskjet D2500 and F4200 series inkjet printers

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 1.1 x 0.6 inches ; 2.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0016P8Q0Y
  • Item model number: CC641WN#140
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (279 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

HP 60XL Black Ink Cartridge is reliable saves time and money, produces crisp text and vibrant images at impressive speeds. It produces high-quality, water- and highlighter-smear resistant prints from plain paper to brochures.

From the Manufacturer


HP 60XL BLACK INKJET PRINT CARTRIDGE


IDEAL FOR:
  • High-volume printing: Get three times more pages than standard ink
  • Crisp black text, plus graphics and grayscale images with subtle shading
  • Fade-resistant1 documents that you can archive

    Yield2: 600 pages

  • STOCK UP ON HP 60 INKS:

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    #1 BRAND IN INK IS ALSO THE #1 VALUE
    Original HP ink cartridges yield 65% more pages than bargain inks

    PRINT MORE. REPRINT LESS.

    Original HP Ink is proven to be more reliable
    • Print up to 65% more pages than bargain inks3
    • More than 33% of tested refilled ink cartridges failed during use or right out of the box3
    • The tested Original HP print cartridges worked every time—without failing3


    BUY MORE, SAVE MORE

    HP High-capacity XL Print Cartridges
    • Print two to three times more pages than standard HP print cartridges
    • Replace print cartridges less often to avoid wasting plastic and packaging materials
    XL HP ink cartridge

    HP Multi-Packs
    • Save up to 10%, on average, over the cost of buying print cartridges separately
    • Get two or more cartridges per pack so you always have the ink you need on-hand
    Twin pack of HP ink & Combo pack of HP ink

    HP Value Packs
    • Save time and money with ink and paper in one convenient pack
    • Print affordable, lab-quality photos in the comfort of your own home
    • Create professional-quality marketing materials in your own office
    HP Photo Value Packs contain HP ink and HP photo paper



    RECYCLING MADE EASY

    Designed with the environment in mind
    • Free print cartridge recycling with the HP Planet Partners Recycling Program
    • Recycled plastic from used HP print cartridges and water bottles have made more than 400 million new Original HP inkjet print cartridges


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    1 Based on paper industry predictions for acid-free papers and Original HP inks; colorant stability data at room temperature based on similar systems tested as per ISO 11798 and ISO 18909.
    2 Average based on ISO/IEC 24711 or HP testing methodology and continuous printing. Actual yield varies considerably based on content of printed pages and other factors. For details see www.hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies.
    3 A QualityLogic 2009 study compared Original HP inkjet print cartridges (92A, 93A, 98A, 95A, 21A and 22A) with refilled ink cartridges sold in North America. For details, see www.qualitylogic.com/2009HPinktest.pdf.


    Customer Reviews

    Had to return it for refund.
    Richard L. Group
    In general, the XL inks are a good deal because they last much longer than the regular ones.
    BKCTS
    Why in the world would I waste my money buying anything else from her again???
    C. Gervasi

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    89 of 101 people found the following review helpful By W. Russell on March 3, 2009
    Verified Purchase
    While HP will gladly sell you a multipurpose printer scanner copier cheap they forget to tell you that the ink is the most expensive Item on the list, the standard # 60 cartridges (tricolor or Black) has so little print time that its worthless unless, you use your printer about once a month. If you print as often as I do with many large titles and much in bold print for booklets I make as hand outs in teaching firearms concealed carry safety classes then the only way to go is with the 60XL cartridges both tricolor and Black. Local stores don't carry the XL series in this area so I order mine here. I'm going to try some refurbished [...] Cartridges very soon. I have had great success with them in another HP printer, I would suggest trying them and see if you get the same good results as I have. The HP cart work perfect but so do Inksmile refurbished in my experience at about 30% or more off HP prices.
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    43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By W. Oliver on March 26, 2010
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    I have an HP multifunction printer which has worked relatively error free. I've used HP toner cartridges in the past but hated being tied to HP's price gouging.

    So, I decided to go out on a limb and try a non-HP cartridge.

    On installation of the printer cartridge the HP application that controls the printer refused to see a new cartridge and insisted that it was close to being empty. However, I was still able to print, and the print quality of the cartridge was just as good as the HP "branded" cartridge. After about a week, the HP application tells me that the cartridge is empty and it then refuses to print... anything.

    After doing some online reading there is apparently a chip that HP adds to the cartridges so that it recognizes whether or not you're using one of their cartridges. I tried some of the suggested online fixes but nothing worked. The HP application refuses to acknowledge anything but an HP branded cartridge.

    While I hate that HP can extort users through the use of technology I'm also not thrilled that this non-HP cartridge wasn't manufactured to work on an HP printer in the same way an HP cartridge would have. The cartridge is at least 80% full and I'm going to have to throw it away. However, as side note, after this experience, I'm also throwing away the HP printer and will look for a competitive product from any vendor who does not build in disabling functionality in order to protect their revenue.
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    44 of 49 people found the following review helpful By D. W. on March 31, 2009
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    This cartridge does its job. Too bad they disallow refills (special cartridge design) and don't allow generic versions. Too bad... think twice before buying a printer with this type of cartridge.
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By noeton on December 16, 2010
    Verified Purchase
    4 not 5 stars b/c WE ALL HATE HP for sucking us into their printers and screwing us with their overpriced ink cartridges. We all know bargain and refill cartridges are a dice-roll. I currently have a DESKJET F4280. I used my first black ink 60xl and am WOWED by how much capacity it has, COMPARITIVELY, to the regular 60 - which SUCKS. I'm a grad student/adjunct teacher. I print constantly. This semester, for the first time, I wasn't running out of ink for lectures the morning of and having to rush to school in order to print in the labs. I teach 2 courses, printing roughly 8-15 pages (usually 1.5 spacing TNR 12pt) 2-3 times/weekly minimum; and have printed many articles, maybe a couple dozen, all at "Fast draft black & white" - the lowest ink-usage setting. That setting does the job and the cartridge lasted through the semester, just dying the day I turned in my grades! With the regular capacity cartridges with this printer and my old super-cheap HP printer I was running out of ink every two weeks unless I structured my life around printing at school.

    Bottom line: costs more, but its worth every penny - if you print b&w non-quality docs regularly.
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    14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Honey Bear USC on February 14, 2009
    I have printed for 200-300 pages,
    and now HP ink level is 4 out of 5
    on the ink measurement guage of my
    HP printer.

    So I think "So far so good" ^^
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Gervasi on May 20, 2012
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    I bought this cartridge about a month ago for home use. It was supposed to have extra long life.
    After about printing 40 pages maximum it is already low on ink.
    I contacted the seller and she told me if I bought another one from her she would send me a free one. Why in the world would I waste my money buying anything else from her again???
    I always buy from Amazon, unfortunately this is my first disappointment.
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ellen Call on September 6, 2011
    Some of the other reviewers don't make sense here because this is a verified HP cartridge, not a generic or refill. We keep coming back to these (we have a printing business) because our reliability is top-priority for us and the generics can leak, crack, and never seem to last as long as the actual HP cartridges.
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    21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Aaron Parks on August 3, 2009
    I've been using this cartridge for the past few months with my HP F4280 printer, and have been less than thrilled with the results. Printed text and images were blurred, with some missed or faded lines, and ink streaks were often produced on text pages. I tried re-aligning the cartridge and cleaned the print heads extensively, both with the printer's own clean function and finally using a q-tip and some isopropyl alcohol (!), but after a few more pages the problems returned.

    Maybe some or even most of these "recycled" cartridges work, but it's probably not worth the risk- I should have shelled out the extra [...] for a real HP 60XL cartridge.
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