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- Product InformationGet the HP 23 (C1823D) ink cartridge for your high-volume printing needs at office. The patented dye-based ink in this HP tri-color cartridge reproduces your photos and text documents, with superb clarity and rich, vibrant colors. The fine 10 pl ink drop size of this HP ink cartridge gives extremely accurate, crisp and detailed printouts. With a yield capacity of 690 pages, this HP tri-color cartridge ensures to meet the demanding printing requirements. You can use HP inkjet specialty papers, transparencies or normal papers to print brilliant quality documents with this HP ink cartridge. Look no further than the HP 23 (C1823D) for optimum reliability and performance.
- BrandHewlett Packard
- ModelHP 23
- TypeInk Cartridge
- Compatible ModelsHP DeskJet 815c Inkjet Printer ; HP DeskJet 880c Standard Inkjet Printer ; HP Deskjet 720c Standard Inkjet Printer ; HP DeskJet 710c Standard Inkjet Printer
Most relevant reviews
- 1132131068@dele...Dec 13, 2012by
Expired genuine cartridiges are a MUCH better value vs new remanufactured
I have tried both genuine expired HP 23 (and other model) cartridges as well as new, un-expired remanufactured ones. There is no comparasin. As long as the OEM ink cartridges are sealed completely and undamaged, they work better or in the sace of a quality remanufactured item, they print as well as, but the big difference is that they last WAY LONGER than the remans. I don't print a lot of volume and by the time I am at a point that should be about 1/3 of the way through the reman toner, they dry up and no longer work, not to mention that some are not recognized by my printers and they constantly show empty. I have had the same experience with DELL catridges. The genuine cartridges are more expensive for a good reason. I'll take a genuine expired toner anyday over a new remanufactured one. Read full review
- tack-a-holicJan 07, 2014by
Expired HP ink cartidges are not a "deal"!
I recently purchased 3 expired HP23 color cartridges from 3 different sellers. They ranged from 2 to 5 years old and all were "new" in sealed boxes. The cellophane tape over the print head is not enough to keep the ink in these cartridges from drying out. All 3 would print only red. If cost is your main reason for buying expired ink cartridges you are better off buying fresh "refurbished" or "recycled" cartridges from a reputable source. They may not last as long as fresh HP cartidges but at least they print all 3 colors.
- mars4museNov 06, 2012by
Excellent print quality in spite of expiration!
This cart works perfect in spite of it's expiration date. Don't be fooled by the myth that ink cartridges with old expiration dates will be dried up and won't work. So long as the packaging remains unbroken, I found they work as if new, just as this one. And I must add that it's printing quality is much better than refurbished cartridges, since the printing head has never been used. And the bonus: incredible bang for the buck!
- crookstonassemb...Feb 07, 2011by
Nickel-and-Dimed to death!
Most of the inkjet cartridges advertised on eBay are either remanufactured or new but expired and basically unusable. On average, these products last less than a week in my printer because of their inability to print in full color. I am fully warned in each of the advertisements ("Caveat Emptor!" Let the buyer beware) of potential product problems, but I had not anticipated that ALL of my purchases would net me "skunks." Customer service, when available, has been positive, but none of the centers are American and the representatives barely speak English. It is cheaper in the long run to purchase full price cartridges from retail (non-eBay) vendors.
- sympathyfirstFeb 02, 2011by
HP 23 Ink -- It doesn't expire but it does go bad..
After using many dozens of outdated HP 23 inks I have concluded that up to a year past date on box they are almost always good, IF in original sealed box. Beyond that the printheads gradually more likely to be dry and unusable. By three years past date, pure luck if you get a good one. The ink is still good, just cannot print with it.