Whether for work documents or holiday photos, HP Inkjet printers provide exceptional results for your home or office. Genuine HP ink cartridges ensure that your device's output is always at its best, so opt for these over aftermarket alternatives.
The benefits of HP ink cartridges
Our genuine HP ink cartridges are designed especially for HP printers and get the best results from them with each and every printing task. These manifest as deep, vivid, bright and clear images, sharp text that jumps from the page and eye-catching diagrams with crisp lines and rich colours that capture the imagination.
They also last longer than any generic alternative - up to 50 times longer - providing your work with lasting vitality that does it justice. These inks dry quickly, don't bleed and don't smudge - perfect for both work and home.
The environmental benefits
HP cartridges deliver 50% more pages than their generic counterparts, so your home or office will see fantastic reductions in waste, downtime, carbon emissions and energy costs - superb for both the environment and your budget. Additionally, HP offers comprehensive recycling, ensuring that no HP cartridges ever go to landfill, at no extra cost to the consumer. The cartridges themselves are also made from recycled materials and are designed for a continually efficient performance.
With better yields, better results and better efficiency, there are few reasons not to ensure that your HP inkjet printer is equipped with genuine, original ink. Generic consumables are volatile and produce a poor quality of result - they also have real potential to permanently damage your device's printhead or the mechanism in general. They will not be covered by HP's warranty and should not be installed into the device.
Each genuine HP ink cartridge has a security seal, so you can be sure that you're equipping your printer with the best ink available.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.