Compatible Ink and Toner

Compatible ink and toner cartridges are third-party replacements for original equipment manufacturer (OEM) cartridges. They are designed to work with specific printer models and provide comparable print quality and performance at a fraction of the cost.

No. Use of non-original cartridges does not void your printer warranty. Your right to select whatever supplies for your printer is protected under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act. Printer manufacturers cannot refuse to provide printer warranty services on the grounds of using third-party cartridges.

We list compatible printer models on our product page and on our packaging. It is recommended to cross check the compatibility of your printer model before purchasing or using.

Yes, compatible ink and toner cartridges are as reliable as OEM cartridges. As a reputable ink toner supplier, we ensure that our compatible ink and toner cartridges have been rigorously tested to meet or exceed industry standards.

Ready Toner compatible cartridges, like many other compatible or remanufactured cartridges, are more affordable than original equipment manufacturer (OEM) cartridges for several reasons:

  1. Third-Party Manufacturing: Ready Toner manufacturers are third-party companies that produce ink and toner cartridges designed to work with various printer brands, including HP, Canon, Epson, and Brother. They don't carry the same brand premium as OEM cartridges, allowing them to offer lower prices.
  2. Lower Overhead Costs: We have lower overhead costs compared to large OEMs because we don't invest as heavily in marketing, distribution, research and development, allowing them to pass on cost savings to customers.
  3. No Licensing Fees: OEMs often charge licensing fees to their distributors that want to resell HP cartridges. Since we compatible cartridge suppliers are independent entities, we don't incur these fees.
  4. Online Sales and Direct-to-Consumer Models: We sell our products online and use direct-to-consumer models, eliminating the need for physical retail stores and middlemen. This reduces distribution costs and allows us to offer competitive pricing and recurring discounts.
  5. Economies of Scale: We are keep growing and increasing our sales volume! This enables us to purchase cartridges from our manufacturers in larger quantities. This "economies of scale" advantage allows us to negotiate better deals, securing lower costs per unit. As a result, we can pass on these cost savings to our customers, offering competitive prices for ink and toner cartridges while maintaining quality standards. Our ability to leverage economies of scale not only benefits our bottom line but also benefits consumers by providing access to high-quality, affordable alternatives to OEM cartridges. This growth-driven cost reduction strategy contributes to our reputation as a cost-effective choice for printer consumables. We are very grateful to more and more customers for their continuous support to our business. We will do our best to win customers for a lifetime with the best products and services. We are also very much looking forward to every new customer starting to choose our products. Your choice will further expand our advantages of scale.


We accept American Express, Apple Pay, Diners Club, Discover, Meta Pay, Google Pay, Master Card, PayPal, Shop Pay, Venmo, and Visa as acceptable payment options.

We do not take checks or money orders as payment for orders at this time. Our website has an advanced security system and a fast ordering system. So we recommend placing your order directly on our website and paying via the options listed above. If you have any problems or require assistance, please contact us at anytime.

Yes, we offer a variety of discounts and coupons to customers who place orders at If you are a new customer, you can get a 15% off coupon by subscribing to our newsletter. If you are a repeat customer who subscribes, we will provide repeat purchase discounts or coupons of up to 30% from time to time. For bulk purchases, we offer discounted prices up to 40%. In addition, during holidays, such as Christmas, New Year's Day, Black Friday, etc., we often publish a series of promotions on our website and social media. Therefore, subscribing to our newsletter and social media is a good choice.


No. We currently only ship to addresses within the United States. Unfortunately, we do not offer international shipping to other countries at this time. But if you sincerely hope to cooperate with us, we are always open to discuss the solution of international shipping.

Our standard shipping methods include reputable carriers such as USPS, FedEx or UPS. And we default to using ground service to ship your order.

Yes we do offer next day delivery. If you need a special delivery service such as next day delivery, please contact our customer service before placing an order. Additional shipping charges will apply to your orders.

It depends on your location and shipping method chosen. We ship from the warehouse closest to you, so most orders will arrive within 1-4 business days. Island deliveries can take anywhere from 5-8 days. Please note that these timelines are estimated and may be subject to unforeseen delays due to external factors beyond our control. Please check more details from our Shipping Policy page.

You can check the status of your order at any time by logging into your account on our website. We also provide regular updates via email notifying you of important milestones such as order confirmations, shipments and deliveries.

When some ordered items are backordered, we will contact you and provide multiple options, depending on your needs.

  1. Ship the entire order from another warehouse (the delivery time will be slightly longer).
  2. Partially ship the available items from the nearest warehouse and ship the backordered items from another warehouse.
  3. Partially ship the available items from the nearest warehouse first, and ship the backordered items after arrival.
  4. Ship the whole order together after all items have sufficient stock.

We do not charge additional shipping fees for split warehouse shipments due to out of stock.


We provide a LIFETIME 100% satisfaction guarantee that is processed in the most hassle-free way possible. Please refer to our Return & Warranty Policy page for the detailed warranty timelines and conditions. 

We understand that occasionally issues may arise, so we provide a LIFETIME 100% satisfaction guarantee that is processed in the most hassle-free way possible. To start a warranty claim, you just need to get in touch with our customer service by phone, email, live chat or message. Our team will process your request as soon as possible. At the same time, we also recommend that you read our Refund & Warranty Policy before initiating a warranty claim, which will help us process your claim more efficiently.


Proper storage of ink and toner cartridges is very important to maintain their quality and prevent any damage or deterioration. The following are some guidelines for storing ink and toner cartridges properly:

  1. Keep Cartridges Sealed: If you have unopened ink or toner cartridges, it is best to store them in their original packaging. Packaging is designed to protect the cartridge from light, moisture, and other environmental elements. Make sure the cartridge is tightly sealed to prevent exposure to air.
  2. Avoid Extreme Temperatures: Ink and toner cartridges should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and extreme temperature fluctuations. High temperatures can cause the ink or toner to swell and leak, while low temperatures can affect the viscosity and quality of the ink or toner. The ideal storage temperature range is usually indicated on the ink cartridge packaging.
  3. Avoid Exposure to Light: Ink and toner cartridges are light sensitive, so it is best to store them in a dark or dimly lit place. Excessive exposure to light can degrade ink or toner over time. If cartridges are not in use, consider storing them in a drawer, cabinet, or box to minimize exposure to light.
  4. Store Upright: Store ink or toner cartridges upright, preferably in their original orientation. This helps prevent ink or toner from leaking or settling inside the cartridge. If a cartridge is opened and not in use, make sure to store it upright and tightly sealed.
  5. Protect from Dust and Debris: Store ink or toner cartridges in a clean environment free of dust, dirt and debris. Exposure to particles can cause clogged nozzles or reduced print quality. If the ink cartridge has a protective plastic cover or tape, make sure it is intact before storing it.
  6. Follow the User Manuals: Always refer to the user manuals come with the products. Different cartridges may have unique requirements and the guidelines should take precedence.

    By following these storage guidelines, you can help ensure your ink and toner cartridges stay in top condition until they are ready to use. Proper storage will help maintain print quality and extend the shelf life of your ink cartridges.

Some of the latest Canon and HP printers use advanced print gauge technology and block compatible cartridges with firmware updates from time to time. In order for our toner cartridges to be recognized by the printer, we have to use recycled OEM chips or specialized compatible chips on the toner cartridges. These chips allow the printer to accept compatible toner cartridges, but the limitation is that they do not correctly display toner levels. However, this will not affect the normal use of the toner cartridge. Because each cartridge is filled with enough toner, you're guaranteed to get enough pages as advertised.

Several factors can contribute to a cartridge running out of ink or toner faster than expected. Here are some possible reasons:

  1. Content & Coverage: The page yield of our products is calculated based on the ISO standard (5% coverage on A4/Letter size paper). The type of content you print affects ink or toner usage. Documents with heavy text content use less ink or toner compared to graphics, images, or photos. Additionally, pages with dense or solid coverage require more ink or toner. If you have been printing documents or images with high ink or toner coverage, it can contribute to faster depletion.
  2. Print Settings: The print settings you choose can have a significant impact on ink or toner usage. Printing in high-quality or color mode consumes more ink or toner compared to draft or grayscale printing. If you have been printing with settings that use a higher amount of ink or toner, it can result in faster depletion.
  3. Print Volume: The more you print, the faster your cartridge will be depleted. If you have been printing a higher volume of documents or images than usual, it's natural for the cartridge to run out of ink or toner more quickly.
  4. Printer Calibration: Improper printer calibration can result in excessive ink or toner usage. If your printer is not calibrated correctly, it may apply more ink or toner than necessary, leading to faster depletion. Consult your printer's user manual or manufacturer's guidelines on how to calibrate your printer properly.
  5. Environmental Factors: Environmental conditions can impact ink or toner usage. Factors such as temperature, humidity, and printer storage conditions can affect the viscosity and flow of the ink or toner. Extreme environmental conditions or improper storage can lead to faster consumption.

There are several reasons why your printer may not recognize a compatible ink or toner cartridge. Here are some possible explanations:

  1. Improperly Installed: Make sure the cartridge is installed correctly in the printer. You can reinstall the cartridge and double check that it is firmly seated in the correct slot. If it is not seated correctly, the printer may not recognize it.
  2. Printer Settings: Check your printer settings (Cartridge Policy & Cartridge Protection) to make sure it is not set to recognize only genuine cartridges.
  3. Firmware Compatibility: From time to time, printers receive firmware updates that may affect their compatibility with third-party cartridges. If you recently updated your printer's firmware, the new version may not be compatible with the third-party cartridges you are trying to use. Therefore, you will need to downgrade your printer's firmware, or reorder cartridges with an upgraded chip. We recommend that you turn off the printer automatic update, and do not accept the firmware update proposal from your computer or printer.
  4. Contract Printer: If you own a contract printer like an HP+ printer, you can only use original cartridges or cartridges with reused OEM chips. Therefore, we recommend that you replace the contract printer with a standard printer, or buy a DIY cartridge that can reuse the original chip.
  5. Poor Chip Contact: Many printers use a chip on the cartridge to communicate with the printer and track ink/toner levels. If the chip is damaged or not working properly, the printer might not recognize the cartridge. Try cleaning the chip with a soft cloth or gently wiping the contacts to ensure proper contact with the printer.
  6. Quality Issues: Sometimes cartridge defects may also cause compatibility issues. If you have tried above steps and your printer still does not recognize our cartridge, the cartridge may be defective. Please contact us to get a free replacement or refund.

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