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The XL (Extra Large) according to HP is suppose to have more than twice the ink of a regular cartridge. That of course is if you are lucky. My experience so far with a new HP printer using type 62 ink is disappointing. Regular or XL cartridges DO NOT GIVE AN ACCEPTABLE PRINT OUTPUT. These cartridges are clearly a r… see more The XL (Extra Large) according to HP is suppose to have more than twice the ink of a regular cartridge. That of course is if you are lucky. My experience so far with a new HP printer using type 62 ink is disappointing. Regular or XL cartridges DO NOT GIVE AN ACCEPTABLE PRINT OUTPUT. These cartridges are clearly a rip-off. If you consider the XL cartridges are the same size as the regular ones, HP is filling the regular cartridges only half way so they can call a full cartridge EXTRA LARGE. I have used HP printers for 20 years, never have I experienced ink cartridges with such low print output. see less The XL (Extra Large) according to HP is suppose to have more than twice the ink of a regular cartridge. That of course is if you are lucky. My experience so far with a new HP printer using type 62 ink is disappointing. Regular or XL cartridges DO NOT GIVE AN ACCEPTABLE PRINT OUTPUT. These cartridges are clearly a rip-off. If you consider the XL cartridges are the same size as the regular ones, HP is filling the regular cartridges only half way so they can call a full cartridge EXTRA LARGE. I have used HP printers for 20 years, never have I experienced ink cartridges with such low print output.
Coyote red
· March 1, 2018
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Yes - we use USPS for most orders
The Computing Center
Seller · December 29, 2017
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For this printer, it should use 62 ink, not 62XL.
amazinoutlet
Seller · November 3, 2016
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sorry, I have no idea, all you can do is try.
Tim Tuhey
· October 2, 2018
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All I can say is I've had the same cartridge in now for over 3 months as I do not print out on a daily basis, or a lot either, and the cartridge has not dried out and still prints very well. I have no complaints at this pint.
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I had to return mine. They were not authentic HP ink cartridges. That could be the reason.
Shel55
· April 9, 2017
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Yes I have HP 5747 and it fits. I think it's for all the 5700 series
V Fox
· October 7, 2015
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That printer takes that ink
Jim C.
· November 15, 2019
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600 pages page yield per cartridge. This is based on 5% standard coverage.
LD Products
Seller · January 12, 2017
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Not in my purchase.
JJO
· March 31, 2018