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Ink refill set for CIS/CISS or refillable cartridges using Epson 98, 99 ink: Artisan 700, 710, 725, 730, 810, 800, 835, 837
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- Inks made in USA
- Highest UV resistant rating on market
- Fills directly w/ our spout tip bottle(no syringes needed)
- Total of 720ml.(120ml per bottle) 6 colors
- 6 bottles/ set, Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Light Magenta, Light Cyan
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**Please note: This item is a set of 6 refill ink bottles only, CIS and cartridges are not included.**
These bottles are designed for direct filling into your CIS/CISS or refillable cartridges.
You can also use this ink to fill OEM cartridges but you must know how to and you must have your own tools to do so as we don't provide additional info for refilling OEM cartridges.
Refill ink for Epson printers using 98, 99 ink : Artisan 700, 710, 800, 810
Easy and safe Refill Process
-No Syringes Needed!! No dangerous needles for you and your family!!
-Our ink bottle has easy fill spout tip. It fills directly into your CIS/CISS and refillable cartridges
Ink Quality and Origin
-Our ink is made in USA and it is made specific according to OEM cartridge number(not universal ink). Our ink also has the same standard as OEM which includes colors, PH, surface tension, viscosity, and filtration.
-Other cheaper imported ink is usually universal ink and has lower standard. Colors will be off as well.
UV Resistant (against fading)
-Our USA made ink has the highest UV resistant rating on market which prevents colors from fading
-Other cheaper imported ink either has no UV or very low rating which will cause your prints to fade very soon and eventually disappear completely.
Ink Bottle Volume
-720ml total, 120ml(4oz)/bottle
-The set includes all 6 colors(M,C,LM,LC,Y,BK)
Top Customer Reviews
Claria ink is a dye based ink which means it has to be absorbed and on photo papers only Epson makes the right paper for it to absorb, anything else will smear. I personally don't like Claria ink. I would rather use a pigment based ink that allows you to print on anything like on my old Epson C60. However, the Artisan 810 is such a terrific machine that I have to put up with it. Don't be fooled into buying Epson ink. You will replace a cartridge every month at least if you even do a slight-moderate amount of printing. A great CIS (Continuous Ink System) on ebay goes for $100. You will make your money back in no time.
This ink also arrived very fast. You will not be disappointed.
One set of refills can almost refill twice...
Refilling this takes a little thought.
At first, I got ink on my fingers. Then I stopped what I was doing, started using scissors and a paper towel to open the refills, and everything went fine.
It is straight forward and simple. I reviewed the directions to make sure it was as obvious as it looks.
Wear gloves, or expect ink on your fingers.
Or pay $20 a cartridge for .5 oz of ink.
This system, and it's replacement ink has already paid for itself twice.
First, it works. However, you will need some supplies before you start the process.
1. Latex gloves, at least 6 pairs, preferably about 20 gloves. I like the Liberty T2800W, from Amazon.
2. A box of tissues.
3. A nail or pipe cleaner.
4. A side cutter or wire cutter to cut the tips.
5. Maybe some plastic wrap, like Saran wrap.
6. Newspaper, or an old towel.
7. Waste basket with a disposable liner.
Set the CIS on newspaper or an old towel.
Put on a pair of latex gloves.
Unscrew the tip of the first bottle.
Cut the tip about 1/4" from the top, maybe further if necessary.
Use the nail or pipe cleaner to pop the seal out of the plastic tip. Set it aside. If you lose it, you will need the plastic wrap.
Remove the stopper (not the air vent) from the CIS tank that matches the ink color. You should start at one end, either yellow or black.
CAREFULLY squeeze the ink slowly into the tank. Try not to let a bubble form, as it will overflow onto the tank. (It will happen anyway; that's why you have a box of tissue.).
When the tank is full enough, turn the bottle upright, remove the plastic cap, put the seal back in the cap, and screw the cap down. If you lose the seal, cover the top of the bottle with Saran Wrap and then screw the cap back on.
Wipe down the nozzle with a tissue and toss the tissue and your gloves into the waste basket.
Re-glove, so as not to cross-contaminate colors.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These save me so much money. The quality is great on the transfer t-shirts that i make. However do yourself a favor and buy some syringes to refill the ink cartridges back up. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Rutgers Student
By far the cheapest way to print I have ever seen! I love it and will never go back!Published 1 month ago by Drew
I couldn't use this inks, because the ink injection system don't work very well, this system worked only one weekPublished 5 months ago by Víctor O. Solórzano
The ink itself is fine, but I was disappointed to find out the Cyan bottle was leaking when I opened my box. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Adam Ortega
It's ink, it stains if you get it on your fingers. No issues using it with my Epson and a CIS.Published 7 months ago by GRey1
Very nice product. No drawbacks whatsoever.If you know how to refill its a very good product.Published 8 months ago by Shazad Sheikh
Excellent ink that is comparable to the Epson OEM ink. You do need to invest in refillable cartridges but the savings is immense---no exaggeration--- compared to buying OEM... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. S. Filippone