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Epson T078120 Black Ink Cartridge

Starting price: $3.99 ea

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$3.99 ea (80% off over MSRP)
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  • MSRP: $19.99
  • Model(s): T078120
  • Color(s):
  • Page Yield(s): 300 Page Yield @ 5%

SKU: INK-Epson-T078120

Product Information

Remanufactured Epson T077120/T078120 (#77/78) Black Inkjet Cartridge for Epson Artisan 50 / Stylus Photo R260 & Various Other Printers

ComboInk Remanufactured Epson 77 / 78 Black Ink Cartridge (T077120/T078120/T0771/T0781) will replace your original equipment manufacturer (OEM) cartridges for a fraction of the cost. Our remanufactured printer cartridges are professionally engineered to meet the highest quality and performance standard (ISO-9001). We also inspect our ink cartridges to be leak-free and have no print head nozzle clogging prior to stocking. Using our reliable, discount Remanufactured Epson 77 / 78 Black Ink Cartridge (T077120/T078120/T0771/T0781), you'll get vibrant, high-quality results from your printer. Plus you can shop with confidence knowing that ComboInk inkjet cartridges are backed with a one-year money-back guarantee.

Our products will never void your printer's warranty.

All ink & toner comes with a one-year 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Product Specifications

Model Name T078120
Ink Color Black
Page Yield 300 Page Yield @ 5%
Replaces Epson T078120
Cartridge Volume 9 ml
Quantity 1 item

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Location:
St. Louis, MO
Aug 21,2013

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Reliable, consistent color

Makes the best of Epson's great quality but very poor cartrige ink management. Use a ton of these cartriges (150+ and counting)and have yet to have one fail. More expensive than Continuous Inking systems, but much higher quality.

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