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Kodak Genuine 30B/ 30CL Ink Cartridge Combo Pack - Black & Colour (335/ 390 Pages)
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- Page yield of 335 black and 390 colour as independently tested with ISO/IEC19752 and ISO/IEC24712
- Kodak's high quality pigment inks have achieved the best in class fade resistance
- Print crystal clear and vivid lab-quality photos that instantly dry to avoid smudging
- Compatible with all Kodak 30 Series printers
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Saving money on ink doesn’t mean compromising on quality. With Kodak proprietary pigment ink technology, there is no compromising. You get the vibrant look of dye-based inks and the longevity of pigment-based for a high quality finish at an affordable price. Kodak prints are fade resistance, instant dry and have real-life tones and beautiful vivid colours. The Kodak Black & Colour combo Ink Cartridge pack , 30B/30CL delivers approx. 335 & 390 pages respectively
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I am putting together a case against Kodak for the blatant misrepresentation of their advertising
It is obvious that use of ink is related to pages printed in black and white or colour/cleaning the print heads, but I don't recall reading that it was recommended to leave the printer turned on all the time, as switching off and on used up a lot of ink--a recommendation given to me by Kodak over the phone when I challenged them about the longevity of their consumable products.
This advice should also be made more prominent to customers, also to print where possible in black and white and in 'draft' quality.
I am aware of printer manufacturers being very much reliant on selling consumables such as ink, but they also have a duty of care towards their customers, which seems not to be very evident.
If you take the money-back you can get from some recyclers into account, I'm not convinced Kodak works out any cheaper.