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Up to 80% off RRP on "Compatible" Ink Cartridges (Refillable Canon 670/671 $42.20, HP 920XL $23.95) Free Ship @ Crazy Inkman


Special deals on selected compatible cartridges / refillable ink cartridges / chips and resetter / continuous ink system / bottle inks and printer & ink accessories.

We will deliver all items FREE of charge with no minimum order quantity.

Deal 1 - 4 Generic Ink Cartridges for HP920 XL 920 920XL -HP Officejet 6000 /6500/6500 /6500A /7000/7500/7500A Printer SHOW INK LEVEL $21.75 ($23.95 incl. GST)
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Deal 2 - 6PCS PGI-670 CLI-671 Refillable Ink Cartridges For Canon MG7760 MG7765 MG7766 Printer With Auto Reset Chips For Canon 670 PGI670 (no ink) $39.36 ($42.20 incl. GST)
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Click here to order bottle inks for PGI 670/671 -

Various specials on specific CANON, EPSON, LEXMARK, HP, BROTHER, KODAK, LEXMARK and RICOH cartridges.

As a promotion, we have further discounted 33% of our retail store price for all Australian customers.

100% Quality Guaranteed or your money back.

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  • +4 votes

    Misleading title not genuine and where’s the bargain normal pricing looks like spam

  • +1 vote

    Can't see any genuine cartridges?? Misleading

  • +1 vote

    I've added compatible ink cartridges into the title.

    By the way, Compatible ink as defined by Wikipedia refers to ink that is produced by a third party manufacturer

    Compatible ink (or compatible toner) is manufactured by third party manufacturers and is designed to work in designated printers without infringing on patents of printer manufacturers. Compatible inks and toners may come in a variety of packaging including sealed plastic wraps or taped plastic wraps. Regardless of packaging, compatible products are generally priced lower than original equipment manufacturer (OEM) brand inks and toners.


    This seems an awful like an advertisement.


    Sorry man, not a place to advertise your shop.
    Clearing one item at a loss? Tell us.
    Otherwise, ad, not bargain.

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