HP OfficeJet 720 Ink
Cartridge prices starting at $13.95
The HP OfficeJet 720 offers print speeds of up to 5 black and white pages, or 2 color pages per minute. It also supports a wide range of media types and allows for maximum color resolution of 600x300 dpi. Its ink cartridges, however, will run out eventually. That's why it pays to turn to Inkjets.com for high-quality replacements. You should check out our HP 49 (51649A) Remanufactured Color Ink Cartridge, which has 310-page yield, and HP 29 (51629A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridge with up to 560. Both options ensure sharp and quality print results that can match even branded versions. The main difference is their affordable price tag, allowing you to get more printing done while spending less. Order now and enjoy up to 58% discount, plus free shipping for orders or more.
How To Replace Cartridge(s)
Almost out of ink? Installing a new ink cartridge in your HP OfficeJet 720 printer can be worry-free. All you need to do is follow these easy steps:
- Open the printer's ink cartridge access cover.
- Reach in and release the used ink cartridge from its slot, then pull it carefully out of the printer.
- Take the new ink cartridge out of its protective bag. Avoid touching the nozzles and metallic contacts to prevent print errors later on.
- Insert the new ink cartridge into the empty slot, pushing it down until you're sure it is firmly in place.
- Close the print cartridge access cover.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are remanufactured ink cartridges?
These repurposed have met stringent quality specifications and restocked with new, premium ink blend following extensive cleaning and inspection. Remanufactured ink cartridges are guaranteed safe to use with your HP OfficeJet 720 without voiding its warranties. Their reusability also makes them a better, more eco-friendly alternative to OEMs.
Do remanufactured ink cartridges really help save money?
Yes, especially when you turn to Inkjets.com. Our HP 49 (51649A) Remanufactured Color and HP 29 (51629A) Remanufactured Black Ink Cartridges, for example, are the more economical choice compared to buying OEMs at full price. The remarkable page yield our remanufactured units can provide also means you won't be running out of ink for a long while.
Is there a difference between ink and toner cartridges?
Ink cartridges are used in inkjet printers, while toner cartridges are used in laser