About this item
- Convenient individual ink cartridges
- Smudge, fade and water resistant prints
- 1 each black, cyan, magenta and yellow cartridges
- Easy to install
- High quality Epson ink
Replace only the color you need with the Epson® T252 DURABrite Ultra Ink Club Pack, containing four individual ink cartridges. Just one set of cartridges is needed to print amazing documents and photos. Instead of needing specialized cartridges to print on either plain or photo paper, revolutionary Epson DURABrite Ultra Ink produces smudge, fade and water resistant prints that work on both plain and glossy photo paper.
What Printers Are Compatible?
The Epson T252 DURABrite Ultra Ink Club Pack is compatible and labeled for use with Epson WorkForce printer models WF-3620, WF-3640, WF-7110, WF-7610 and WF-7620.
What Is DURABrite Ultra Ink?
DURABrite is a pigment-based ink with a unique resin layer. Prints made with conventional inks are likely to fade within months from exposure to fluorescent light, ozone and ultraviolet rays when mounted on an unprotected surface. This ink is made from insoluble particles of resin-coated pigments, resulting in images that are fade- and water-resistant. Your prints may keep their original colors for up to 80 years under normal light and up to 30 years with exposure to ozone, giving long-lasting power to everything from an ordinary text document to detailed photographs.
Are They Recyclable?
Yes, you can recycle the Epson T252 DURABrite Ultra Ink Club Pack cartridges. Epson is pleased to offer their consumer customers an environmentally responsible way to recycle their Epson brand inkjet cartridges, bottles, bags, ink packs and AcuLaser Series toner cartridges. For the Epson T252 cartridges, you can simply mail it in an appropriate shipping envelope or box to Epson's recycling center. Epson America, Inc. has run a voluntary take-back program in the United States since 2002. In addition to the recycling program and their global goal of recycling 100% of their waste products, Epson America, Inc. and the National Cristina Foundation have joined forces with the goal of helping those who face economic challenges or have disabilities in gaining access to the technology of today.