HP 60XL High Yield Original Ink Cartridges, Combo Pack (2 pk.)
About this item
- Fast-drying ink
- Unmatched value
- HP ink
- Black and tri-color cartridges
There is nothing more frustrating than working on a project only to find that you are out of ink when it comes time to print. With HP® 60 XL Yield Original Ink Cartridges, Combo Pack (2 pk.), you get more pages out of every ink cartridge. Gone are the days when you run out of ink after a couple of hundred printed pages. Each black and tri-color cartridge design allows you to print hundreds of pages with a single cartridge.
How Many Pages Does HP 60 XL High Yield Original Ink Cartridges, Combo Pack, Print?
Each HP 60 XL high yield original ink cartridge prints 600 pages in black and 440 color copies. These extended use ink cartridges print three times more pages than regular black ink. They also print twice as many color pages.
In What Devices Does HP Refills Work?
HP 60 XL High Yield Original Ink Cartridge Combo Pack works in multiple types of printers. They are the OEM refill of choice for HP inkjet printers. Specific models include the Envy 120, Envy 110e, Envy 111e and Envy 114e. You can find other models listed on the package. Always double check with the manufacturer for specific ink model number.
How Many Ink Cartridges Are in the Package?
This ink package comes with two high yield ink cartridges. It contains one black cartridge and one tri-color cartridge which prints cyan, magenta and yellow.
Why Buy Authentic HP Ink?
When you use HP printers, it may be tempting to purchase aftermarket ink cartridges to help save on cost. However, aftermarket ink doesn’t work as well as original OEM parts. Often, third-party containers dry out quicker and do not give the same quality as HP ink does. HP cartridge design helps them work right every time.
Should You Refill Your Ink Packets?
While there are refill kits available on the market, it is not recommended that you use them. These kits do not deliver the same quality ink. Also, you risk damaging the cartridge if not filled correctly. Best practice is to purchase new HP containers and recycle your old cartridges.