Are you shopping for toner cartridges, but aren’t quite sure which cartridges you need, how long they’ll last, or what yield to go for? It can be confusing when choosing toner cartridges for your printer, and you want to be sure that you’re informed so you get the right toner cartridges for your printer. Here at Toner One, we have compiled this post to answer some of your most commonly asked questions about toner cartridges, to help you when buying toner. We are your one-stop-shop for printing consumables, stocking everything that you need for your printing needs. We stock toner cartridges from leading brands, all at affordable, budget-friendly prices.
To find the right toner cartridge for your printer, you need to first know the brand of your printer and the size of cartridge you need (which you can find on your printer, or in the user's handbook or manual). Its important to choose the right brand and size of toner cartridge, to ensure that it fits with your printer and does not damage it or ruin its warranty.
Then, you need to decide between colour and black toner, dependant on your printing needs. You also need to choose what yield of toner cartridge you want; this refers to how many pages can be printed using that specific toner cartridge. Once you know these details, you will be able to start buying your toner cartridges.
Toner cartridges do not have an expiry date, and they can last for many years, meaning you can buy several toner cartridges in one transaction, and store them for later use. They can degrade slowly over time and the printing results might not be as good as they once were if you leave them for a very long time, but they do not expire officially. As long as your toner cartridge is unopened and unused, and has been kept away from humid wet conditions then it should last you for several years without any issues.
There are different types of toner cartridges available consisting of genuine, compatible and remanufactured toner cartridges. Genuine toner cartridges are cartridges that are made by the original manufacturer, for example HP, Brother or Canon. These cartridges are of the highest quality, provide you with the best printing results, and will be sure to not damage your printer or break its warranty. Compatible cartridges are cartridges that have been made by a third-party manufacturer, and not by the original manufacturer. Remanufactured cartridges are cartridges that have been emptied, cleaned, and refilled from previously used cartridges.
Yield refers to how many pages that specific cartridge can print, and each toner cartridge will have its own yield. If you print a lot - for example in a business environment or a school - then we recommend opting for a higher yield cartridge as this will allow you to print more with the same cartridge for good value. If you don’t print as much - for example at home - then a standard yield is fine.
Yes, toner cartridges are easy to change and you do not need to be a professional or a printer expert in order to replace your cartridges when they run out. Changing the toner cartridges in your printer should be relatively easy, and if you struggle then there should be instructions in your users manual or handbook that came with the printer when you bought it.
Purchase Toner Cartridges from Toner One
We stock toner cartridges from all of the leading brands on the market, including HP, Brother, Samsung, Lexmark, Xerox, Canon and Kyocera. All of our toner cartridges are 100% genuine, original manufacturer cartridges - providing you with the highest quality printing results. They are all new and unused, and are available at different grades dependant on your budget and the cartridges that you opt for.
If you are currently shopping for toner cartridges for your printer, why not shop with Toner One? We have become one of the leading go-to places for printer consumables, with our products and prices bringing us to the forefront of the market, offering affordable toner cartridges. We also offer free UK tracked delivery, and deliver all of our items within one working day.
You can reach us by calling 01462 544 955, or by sending an email to email@example.com.