|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.3 x 4.1 x 4.1 inches|
DirtyWorks Compatible Ink Cartridge Replacement for HP 920 ( Black,Cyan,Magenta,Yellow , 5-Pack )
|Price:||$13.28 & FREE Shipping|
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- 5x30ml ND Brand premium water-based dye ink for HP 564, HP564 XL ink cartridges
- Stability: No setting in 3 years (at normal storage)
- Temperature: -15°C no frozen and 70°C no gelling
- fastness: 5-6 BWS; Waterfastness: 3 (Average); Gasfastness: 4 (Good).
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This package includes: 1. 2x30ml black, 30ml cyan, 30ml magenta, and 30ml yellow ND Brand premium water-based UV resistant dye ink. 2. One refill instruction. The ink is compatible with HP 564, HP564 XL black & color ink cartridges and HP printers
Top customer reviews
So look, if I did it after all those mistakes, it can be done. Unlike painless childbirth.
These refills are really easy to use as well. I chose the option to just squirt the ink into the larger hole on the bottom of the cartridge. I would just flip the cartridge over and keep filling until the ink stopped being absorbed quickly. I hardly ever had excess ink come spilling out of the top hole (which is will if you overfill so do this over section of newspaper to absorb the ink in case it does).
The ink printed flawlessly every time for me as well. I would just run a couple test pages through to get rid of smudging and excess ink on the heads.
Was out of black ink for my HP officejet wireless 6500. Debated whether or not to try this method of refilling. Directions are not wonderful, but they work. I got a bunch of paper towels, put on the gloves provided, put the hyperdermic needle together, drew the ink and inserted the needle in the little depression on top of the cartridge as shown on the directions. Wasn't sure how much ink to use, but luckily as I finished pushing the plunger, ink started coming out of the bottom, which I assume means it was full. The only problem I had was the needle took a lot of pressure and twisting to insert, and when I was done it was a little hard to remove, so I pulled hard and when it came out it "splattered" a little bit of ink on my paper I had down. Probably will squeeze a kleenex or paper towel around the needle next time that I pull it out of cartridge. Anyway, printed 3 or 4 test sheets. The first couple were a little wet and I could barely smear the ink. The last one I could not smear. Also, my computer does not remind me that I am low on ink as some review stated. So, even tho this product has not been used extensively yet, I don't see why there will be problems in the future. If there is, I will re-review product.
Update: I discovered the reason the ink didn't look all that great was not due to the ink, but to the paper. I tried a different kind of paper and it looks fine. Good match for what's on my computer screen.