by Epson |
Item # 130787
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Model # EPST126120S |

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About this item

  • Epson 126 black ink for inkjet printers
  • Inks will not bleed through
  • Rapid ink delivery to the printheads at variable rates
  • Let's the user know when the ink supply is running low
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Is your printer ink running low? If it is, you don’t want to wait until the last minute to get the refills that you need. Consider this Epson® 126 High-Yield Ink, Black to ensure that you have plenty of ink available.

Why Choose the Epson 126 High-Yield Ink, Black?

If you have Epson printers that use Epson 126 black ink, you might think that you don’t have any other choices. However, there are color cartridges for those who need them, as well as this high-yield Epson 126 black ink. One of the reasons to consider the high-yield option is because it can provide you with more pages printed than you would get if you used a standard cartridge.

What Are the Benefits of the Epson 126 High-Yield Ink, Black?

When you use these Epson ink cartridges, you will experience deep blacks and superior image quality. The inks will not bleed through the paper, and you can experience a smooth and rapid delivery of the ink to the printheads at variable rates. One of the other benefits is that the cartridge will even automatically let you know when the ink is running low.

Is It the Right Ink for You?

While this is a good deal on the Epson 126 ink cartridge, you do need to make sure that it is the right ink for your needs. Always take the time to double-check to make sure that the Epson printer ink is compatible with your printer. One of the other things that you’ll want to consider when you are buying the Epson ink cartridges is just how many you might need. While these are high-yield cartridges, those who print a lot will likely want to have additional cartridges on hand, just to be sure you don’t run out. It’s better to have too much rather than too little, especially if you are in the middle of an important print job.

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