Tank printers don't use ink or toner cartridges, instead they have a small 'tank' which holds the ink. So rather than having to change the cartridge when it's empty, you just need to fill the tank up.
Tank printers, with ink tanks you refill with bottles, can cost more than £200 to buy. So can they justify that with long-term savings on printer ink?
Like more than half of Which? members, chances are you're paying way too much for your printer ink. Switching to cheap compatible ink cartridges could save you more than £70 when you come to restock your printer ink.
Cheap printers under £50 may appeal if you're on a tight budget, but picking a bad model can end up costing you over the long term.
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