2015-03-27

This is no early April Fool’s Day joke, this Ink Fridays™ deal is one that’s quite a steal for everyone. Our money-saving Ink Fridays™ deal this week is:  Buy 1, Get 2 Free Dell Replacement (Series 21) Combo Pack of Black ( Y498D) & Color (Y499D) Cartridges. This means you can take home 6 printer cartridges for only $2.49 each at a special low price of $14.98 instead of a retail price of $113.94. That’s over 86% in savings! As always, we’re happy to share this Ink Fridays™ deal with our amazing shoppers exclusively this Friday, March 27th.

Don't forget to snag this better than BOGO deal before it ends on Friday, March 27th at midnight PST!

compandsave ink fridays

Compatible Printers for Dell Series 21

We understand choosing the right printer cartridges for your printer model is key before making a purchase. For that reason, here's the two Dell printers that are compatible for this week's special printer cartridge discount.

  • Dell V313 All-In-One    
  • Dell V313w All-In-One
You may also visit this page to find those compatible printer models.


Never Miss a Deal

We share these Ink Fridays™ deals every week here on our blog, but if you want a friendly reminder, you are more than welcome to head over here and sign up for our Ink Fridays™ mailing list. If you're new to Ink Fridays™, these deals change every week and might be anywhere from printer cartridges to photo paper as this week's deal is.

Ink Fridays™ was started after hearing feedback from you our customers, and we decided to create this special weekly deal as a way to show we are here, and we are listening. Let us know what you think we should include as a future Ink Fridays™ deal in the comments below!

Finally, don't forget to check out this week's deal before it ends on midnight for our 3 sets of Dell Series 21 printer cartridges at only $14.98!


3/27/2015 09:00:00 AM Denise Resendez
This is no early April Fool’s Day joke, this Ink Fridays™ deal is one that’s quite a steal for everyone. Our money-saving Ink Fridays™ deal this week is:  Buy 1, Get 2 Free Dell Replacement (Series 21) Combo Pack of Black ( Y498D) & Color (Y499D) Cartridges. This means you can take home 6 printer cartridges for only $2.49 each at a special low price of $14.98 instead of a retail price of $113.94. That’s over 86% in savings! As always, we’re happy to share this Ink Fridays™ deal with our amazing shoppers exclusively this Friday, March 27th.

Don't forget to snag this better than BOGO deal before it ends on Friday, March 27th at midnight PST!

compandsave ink fridays

Compatible Printers for Dell Series 21

We understand choosing the right printer cartridges for your printer model is key before making a purchase. For that reason, here's the two Dell printers that are compatible for this week's special printer cartridge discount.

  • Dell V313 All-In-One    
  • Dell V313w All-In-One
You may also visit this page to find those compatible printer models.


Never Miss a Deal

We share these Ink Fridays™ deals every week here on our blog, but if you want a friendly reminder, you are more than welcome to head over here and sign up for our Ink Fridays™ mailing list. If you're new to Ink Fridays™, these deals change every week and might be anywhere from printer cartridges to photo paper as this week's deal is.

Ink Fridays™ was started after hearing feedback from you our customers, and we decided to create this special weekly deal as a way to show we are here, and we are listening. Let us know what you think we should include as a future Ink Fridays™ deal in the comments below!

Finally, don't forget to check out this week's deal before it ends on midnight for our 3 sets of Dell Series 21 printer cartridges at only $14.98!


2015-03-22

3D coffee mug
For many of us, 3D printing may be just something we hear about on the news or online articles when checking our e-mails. We know they are capable of doing great things like building houses for people to live in, and small (often novel) things like a Grumpy Cat figurine. Have you ever thought about what you would make if you had a 3D printer? We know the prices can be pretty steep, and often associate 3D printers with hobbysists with a little extra time and cash on hand, but in due time this may change. Printing is evolving in a huge way, and its changing in a way that will impact our daily lives very soon and very directly.

Practical 3D Printing Applications

Currently, you may be using your printer to print letters, other documents, or pictures of kids and grandkids. It's a typical use of home and office printers. But can you imagine the possibility of being able to print the images of your loved ones in 3D? Or if you break your favorite coffee mug, you can simply print yourself another?

Let’s get some insights into applications that are currently possible with a 3D printer (some of these aren’t in home settings right now, but they could well be in the near future):

3d printed shoes
Anatomically tailored 3D printed shoes from Pensar
  • 3D printed toys are a reality today.  Create fun, personal, one of a kind objects that have meaning and a special relevance for your kids.
  • A new powder–liquid 3D printing technology from pharmaceutical company Apreicia creates quick dispersing pharmaceutical products on a commercial scale.
  • 3D printed bones are a reality as well: prosthetic limbs, an actual jaw reconstruction with a titanium 3d printed jaw… this is 3D printing directly impacting our lives!
  • The Kerbal space program offers gamers 3D printed models of their spacecraft. Not much use, one would think with an expressive roll of the eyes, but invaluable for gamers! To put this into perspective, how about printing memorabilia from your fave TV shows and old movies?
  • Think about the educational applications: ‘print’ a fossil to let a child have a genuine feel of a Jurassic relic. ‘Print’ Van Gogh’s bedroom in Arles to bring fascinating art to life.
  • Some designers have brought 3D printing into the fashion sphere. Clothing collections are ‘printed’ now. If you have a specific type of eyewear you favor, you simply print it. Want that pair of Jimmy Choos, only more comfy? Print them! Print anatomically tailored shoes; shoes designed and created for precisely your feet.
  • Have no use for the complicated phones everyone seems to use today? Print your OwnFone. Create an easy to use mobile – customize it with easy access buttons, integrate Braille for the visually challenged, create simple fun phones for kids.
  • And how about a perfect pancake created with a 3D printer? This is possible too!

New Advancements in the Printing Industry

Can you imagine a 3D printer with all these various capabilities replacing your current home printer? Consider how the development highly economical compatible cartridges have largely replaced expensive OEM products. Also consider how we have found ways to recycle and upcycle exhausted cartridges by re-manufacturing processes to present more earth friendly options to buyers.

The number of projects by individuals and small companies on Kickstarter and Indiegogo are of course mindboggling. But now, even mainstream manufactures such as HP are now getting into the 3D market space. Companies such as 3D Systems and Stratasys are currently investing heavily into these emerging technologies.

M3D’s The Micro 3D Printer from 3DPrint.com

So can you envision a futuristic everything-printer replacing your current 2 D printing device? Can you envision printing out your sausages for breakfast anytime soon? Do share your thoughts in our comments section. You could also connect to us via Facebook or Twitter and if you’d like to keep yourself informed about new advancements in the printing space, subscribe to our newsletter.

3/22/2015 05:09:00 PM Denise Resendez
3D coffee mug
For many of us, 3D printing may be just something we hear about on the news or online articles when checking our e-mails. We know they are capable of doing great things like building houses for people to live in, and small (often novel) things like a Grumpy Cat figurine. Have you ever thought about what you would make if you had a 3D printer? We know the prices can be pretty steep, and often associate 3D printers with hobbysists with a little extra time and cash on hand, but in due time this may change. Printing is evolving in a huge way, and its changing in a way that will impact our daily lives very soon and very directly.

Practical 3D Printing Applications

Currently, you may be using your printer to print letters, other documents, or pictures of kids and grandkids. It's a typical use of home and office printers. But can you imagine the possibility of being able to print the images of your loved ones in 3D? Or if you break your favorite coffee mug, you can simply print yourself another?

Let’s get some insights into applications that are currently possible with a 3D printer (some of these aren’t in home settings right now, but they could well be in the near future):

3d printed shoes
Anatomically tailored 3D printed shoes from Pensar
  • 3D printed toys are a reality today.  Create fun, personal, one of a kind objects that have meaning and a special relevance for your kids.
  • A new powder–liquid 3D printing technology from pharmaceutical company Apreicia creates quick dispersing pharmaceutical products on a commercial scale.
  • 3D printed bones are a reality as well: prosthetic limbs, an actual jaw reconstruction with a titanium 3d printed jaw… this is 3D printing directly impacting our lives!
  • The Kerbal space program offers gamers 3D printed models of their spacecraft. Not much use, one would think with an expressive roll of the eyes, but invaluable for gamers! To put this into perspective, how about printing memorabilia from your fave TV shows and old movies?
  • Think about the educational applications: ‘print’ a fossil to let a child have a genuine feel of a Jurassic relic. ‘Print’ Van Gogh’s bedroom in Arles to bring fascinating art to life.
  • Some designers have brought 3D printing into the fashion sphere. Clothing collections are ‘printed’ now. If you have a specific type of eyewear you favor, you simply print it. Want that pair of Jimmy Choos, only more comfy? Print them! Print anatomically tailored shoes; shoes designed and created for precisely your feet.
  • Have no use for the complicated phones everyone seems to use today? Print your OwnFone. Create an easy to use mobile – customize it with easy access buttons, integrate Braille for the visually challenged, create simple fun phones for kids.
  • And how about a perfect pancake created with a 3D printer? This is possible too!

New Advancements in the Printing Industry

Can you imagine a 3D printer with all these various capabilities replacing your current home printer? Consider how the development highly economical compatible cartridges have largely replaced expensive OEM products. Also consider how we have found ways to recycle and upcycle exhausted cartridges by re-manufacturing processes to present more earth friendly options to buyers.

The number of projects by individuals and small companies on Kickstarter and Indiegogo are of course mindboggling. But now, even mainstream manufactures such as HP are now getting into the 3D market space. Companies such as 3D Systems and Stratasys are currently investing heavily into these emerging technologies.

M3D’s The Micro 3D Printer from 3DPrint.com

So can you envision a futuristic everything-printer replacing your current 2 D printing device? Can you envision printing out your sausages for breakfast anytime soon? Do share your thoughts in our comments section. You could also connect to us via Facebook or Twitter and if you’d like to keep yourself informed about new advancements in the printing space, subscribe to our newsletter.

2015-03-20

You might want to sit down for this, because we have an amazing Ink Fridays™ deal in store for you that's practically free. Here it is: $5 off any $5+ ink or toner cartridge order! Your inner bargain hunter will definitely enjoy this offer, because if your order is $5 or less, you don't have to pay a penny except for shipping.

So from compatible ink and toner cartridges of all popular brands, the possibilities to save on are endless. We enjoy providing this fun discount deals, you can start saving $5 off any $50 or more printer cartridge purchase here.

Remember our Ink Fridays™ deals expire every Friday, and this week this mad deal ends on March 20th at 11:59 PM (PST).

compandsave ink fridays

Sign Up for Ink Fridays™

We enjoy sharing printer cartridge deals like this week's to our shoppers and readers. After all, this is why we created Ink Fridays™. We hope you enjoy the savings! If you don't want to miss next week's deal, you may always check back to this blog or receive an update in your inbox by joining our mailing list.

Remember, you can still save $5 off any $5 or more printer cartridge order before March 20th at midnight (PST).


3/20/2015 06:52:00 PM Denise Resendez
You might want to sit down for this, because we have an amazing Ink Fridays™ deal in store for you that's practically free. Here it is: $5 off any $5+ ink or toner cartridge order! Your inner bargain hunter will definitely enjoy this offer, because if your order is $5 or less, you don't have to pay a penny except for shipping.

So from compatible ink and toner cartridges of all popular brands, the possibilities to save on are endless. We enjoy providing this fun discount deals, you can start saving $5 off any $50 or more printer cartridge purchase here.

Remember our Ink Fridays™ deals expire every Friday, and this week this mad deal ends on March 20th at 11:59 PM (PST).

compandsave ink fridays

Sign Up for Ink Fridays™

We enjoy sharing printer cartridge deals like this week's to our shoppers and readers. After all, this is why we created Ink Fridays™. We hope you enjoy the savings! If you don't want to miss next week's deal, you may always check back to this blog or receive an update in your inbox by joining our mailing list.

Remember, you can still save $5 off any $5 or more printer cartridge order before March 20th at midnight (PST).


2015-03-18


Spring is here. It's a time of change, Spring Break vacations, spring cleaning, beautiful scenery, and...a logo change.

...And it's a cute logo change if we do say ourselves. We asked our awesome designers to come up with a March company logo that had a "Spring" feeling to it. Just take a quick peak and you'll see what we are talking about, or look down below:

compandsave ink fridays


CompAndSave's March Logo Change

We like changing up things for you guys. If you remember from last month in February, we also changed our logo in honor of American Heart Month with hearts. For March, we outfitted our logo with a colorful butterfly and grass to capture the spirit of spring. Do you think we did a good job of it?


Let us know your opinion about our March Logo at our Facebook Poll here and if we should keep honoring special holidays and events with our CompAndSave logo!

Should we keep observing special holidays & events through our logo?



 
pollcode.com free polls


3/18/2015 07:46:00 AM Denise Resendez

Spring is here. It's a time of change, Spring Break vacations, spring cleaning, beautiful scenery, and...a logo change.

...And it's a cute logo change if we do say ourselves. We asked our awesome designers to come up with a March company logo that had a "Spring" feeling to it. Just take a quick peak and you'll see what we are talking about, or look down below:

compandsave ink fridays


CompAndSave's March Logo Change

We like changing up things for you guys. If you remember from last month in February, we also changed our logo in honor of American Heart Month with hearts. For March, we outfitted our logo with a colorful butterfly and grass to capture the spirit of spring. Do you think we did a good job of it?


Let us know your opinion about our March Logo at our Facebook Poll here and if we should keep honoring special holidays and events with our CompAndSave logo!

Should we keep observing special holidays & events through our logo?



 
pollcode.com free polls


2015-03-16

3d printing pen
Drawing with 3D pens is a little like creating things out of thin air, isn't it? You glide your hand and out appears your drawing just as you imagined. In fact, the most popular 3D print pen, "3D Doodler", has a tagline that pretty much sums how it works: "It's a pen that can draw in the air! Lift your imagination off the page!". As Wired.com put it once, the "3D Doodler is for “anyone with a passion for making”.

You may be asking yourself how these magical-like pens work, and we're to help clear that up. 3D pens use the same type of filamet, often plastic, arranged into a spool of moldable thread that melts to create 3D objects that regular 3D printers do.

Given that this technology is already available, and is constantly being improved upon, how likely is it that 3d pens such as these and others like it will become staples for the home and office in the near future? We explore this idea in today's blog topic, find out the answer with us below.

A Bit About 3D Pens

3D printers tend to be popular with designers, makers and hobbyists. Thing is, these are usually large and bulky devices that - especially when you compare them to 3D pens. That said, with 3D pens This is literally something you slip into your pocket and whip out at a moment's notice. So anytime the creative bug bites and you want to ‘draw’ something - a 3D pen is a easy and portable choice.

It's no wonder that 3D pens have captured many's attention. Even WobbleWorks LLC., a major toy company, has joined in the 3D pen fever and began a Kickstarter fundraiser project on March 25, 2013 with a small goal of $30,000. This number was met in a matter of hours. In fact, the 3D Doodler Kickstarter program raised well over $2 million! And why not – this device is as close to being a magic wand that we can get to!

Your Current 3D Printing Pen Options

Amazon currently offers you a couple of choices over and above the highly popular 3D Doodler which has two speeds, a reverse option, comes with 50 plastic strands in 10 colors and costs you a little over $100
.
The Samto 3D Stereoscopic Printing Pen Grey for 3D Drawing Doodling is another option for artists, hobby enthusiasts, and other creative individuals. The 3D stereoscopic printing pen works on pretty much the same as the 3D Doodler. It melts plastic filament to let the user create different objects. This is defiantly a cheaper option at $70, but take it with a grain of salt - this one has mixed reviews. As always, it's best to check reviews before making a purchase. 

The 7TECH 3D Printing Pen with LCD Screen is a similar device also priced around $100. This 3D printing pen claims to prevent clogging and jamming for a trouble-free user experience. There's not too many reviews, but they are quite positive and mention that it's light to use compared to other 3D printing pens.

Scribbler 3d Printing Drawing Pen with Filament is another similar product with largely positive buyer reviews who claim it's "cool to the touch" and easy to use. The pen comes in 4 different colors for those of you who like owning a specific color of technology.

3D Printing Pens – Your Future Options


We shall soon see the 3D Doodler 2.2, a lighter, slimmer, sleeker version of the original. This will be something quite like a regular marker and will be hitting stores later this year.  According to WobbleWorks, about 130,000 3Doodlers have already been sold and the company has raised another $1.5 million to bring us the 2.0! This new version was unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show in January of this year. If you're interested, you can pre-order this from the 3D Doodler store and even get inspiration from the Doodler community in the form of videos, stencils and other creative ideas.



Another new option is the CreoPop 3D pen, the world’s first 3d pen that uses cool (and not melted) ‘ink’ - or so they claim. Also, several features such as glow in the dark inks, aromatic inks and inks that change color with temperature will make this even more attractive for kids.This is a child-safe option that uses resin and not melted plastic filament, which is a great feature to have to make 3D drawing hazard-free for kids. After all, how many times do you see kids copy their parents?

Polyes Q1 is a 3D pen that also uses cool-to-the-touch technology.  One new feature is that it's the first to use blue light and multi-functional inks. For example, with these multi-functional "inks", you can make lollipops, Christmas trees, and windmills! Talk about endless possibilities. It's no wonder this Kickstarter project has raised more than 3 times it's original amount.

The Lix Pen claims to be the smallest 3D printing pen in the world. Also a Kickstarter project, it has more than 8,000 supporters who have pledged well over 700,000 for a $30,000 project funding goal.

So,how soon will you have a 3D pen in your hands? Do you think this is going to become a common object around homes and offices?

We certainly think so, given the huge amounts of interest and funding these projects attract. Stay tuned via our newsletter, our Facebook or Twitter pages to know more about printing innovations and to find the best deals for printing on your current printers.
3/16/2015 09:48:00 AM Denise Resendez
3d printing pen
Drawing with 3D pens is a little like creating things out of thin air, isn't it? You glide your hand and out appears your drawing just as you imagined. In fact, the most popular 3D print pen, "3D Doodler", has a tagline that pretty much sums how it works: "It's a pen that can draw in the air! Lift your imagination off the page!". As Wired.com put it once, the "3D Doodler is for “anyone with a passion for making”.

You may be asking yourself how these magical-like pens work, and we're to help clear that up. 3D pens use the same type of filamet, often plastic, arranged into a spool of moldable thread that melts to create 3D objects that regular 3D printers do.

Given that this technology is already available, and is constantly being improved upon, how likely is it that 3d pens such as these and others like it will become staples for the home and office in the near future? We explore this idea in today's blog topic, find out the answer with us below.

A Bit About 3D Pens

3D printers tend to be popular with designers, makers and hobbyists. Thing is, these are usually large and bulky devices that - especially when you compare them to 3D pens. That said, with 3D pens This is literally something you slip into your pocket and whip out at a moment's notice. So anytime the creative bug bites and you want to ‘draw’ something - a 3D pen is a easy and portable choice.

It's no wonder that 3D pens have captured many's attention. Even WobbleWorks LLC., a major toy company, has joined in the 3D pen fever and began a Kickstarter fundraiser project on March 25, 2013 with a small goal of $30,000. This number was met in a matter of hours. In fact, the 3D Doodler Kickstarter program raised well over $2 million! And why not – this device is as close to being a magic wand that we can get to!

Your Current 3D Printing Pen Options

Amazon currently offers you a couple of choices over and above the highly popular 3D Doodler which has two speeds, a reverse option, comes with 50 plastic strands in 10 colors and costs you a little over $100
.
The Samto 3D Stereoscopic Printing Pen Grey for 3D Drawing Doodling is another option for artists, hobby enthusiasts, and other creative individuals. The 3D stereoscopic printing pen works on pretty much the same as the 3D Doodler. It melts plastic filament to let the user create different objects. This is defiantly a cheaper option at $70, but take it with a grain of salt - this one has mixed reviews. As always, it's best to check reviews before making a purchase. 

The 7TECH 3D Printing Pen with LCD Screen is a similar device also priced around $100. This 3D printing pen claims to prevent clogging and jamming for a trouble-free user experience. There's not too many reviews, but they are quite positive and mention that it's light to use compared to other 3D printing pens.

Scribbler 3d Printing Drawing Pen with Filament is another similar product with largely positive buyer reviews who claim it's "cool to the touch" and easy to use. The pen comes in 4 different colors for those of you who like owning a specific color of technology.

3D Printing Pens – Your Future Options


We shall soon see the 3D Doodler 2.2, a lighter, slimmer, sleeker version of the original. This will be something quite like a regular marker and will be hitting stores later this year.  According to WobbleWorks, about 130,000 3Doodlers have already been sold and the company has raised another $1.5 million to bring us the 2.0! This new version was unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show in January of this year. If you're interested, you can pre-order this from the 3D Doodler store and even get inspiration from the Doodler community in the form of videos, stencils and other creative ideas.



Another new option is the CreoPop 3D pen, the world’s first 3d pen that uses cool (and not melted) ‘ink’ - or so they claim. Also, several features such as glow in the dark inks, aromatic inks and inks that change color with temperature will make this even more attractive for kids.This is a child-safe option that uses resin and not melted plastic filament, which is a great feature to have to make 3D drawing hazard-free for kids. After all, how many times do you see kids copy their parents?

Polyes Q1 is a 3D pen that also uses cool-to-the-touch technology.  One new feature is that it's the first to use blue light and multi-functional inks. For example, with these multi-functional "inks", you can make lollipops, Christmas trees, and windmills! Talk about endless possibilities. It's no wonder this Kickstarter project has raised more than 3 times it's original amount.

The Lix Pen claims to be the smallest 3D printing pen in the world. Also a Kickstarter project, it has more than 8,000 supporters who have pledged well over 700,000 for a $30,000 project funding goal.

So,how soon will you have a 3D pen in your hands? Do you think this is going to become a common object around homes and offices?

We certainly think so, given the huge amounts of interest and funding these projects attract. Stay tuned via our newsletter, our Facebook or Twitter pages to know more about printing innovations and to find the best deals for printing on your current printers.

2015-03-13

There’s nothing scary about this Ink Fridays™ deal for Friday the 13th! Our special offer of the week is better than BOGO: Buy 1, Get 2 FREE HP 564XL Replacement (Pack of 4) High Yield Ink Cartridges. At a price of $21.80 for 12 HP 564XL replacement ink cartridges , this means you are buying each for only $1.82!

That’s quite a steal with 86% in savings, especially considering retail value is $161.94. As always, we enjoy sharing exclusive deals with our amazing readers, this offer runs only on this Freaky Friday of March 13th, 2015 until midnight (PST). Fight off the 13th with this lucky deal here.
compandsave ink fridays

Compatible HP Printers 

Worried your printer might not be compatible with this week's offer of HP564XL ink cartridges? We understand, it's important to always double check to see if your printer and possible printer cartridges are compatible. We've listed a few of the compatible printers with our HP replacement printer cartridges to make it as easy as possible for you:

Is Your HP Printer Listed Below?
HP DeskJet 3070a - B611a HP PhotoSmart B210a HP PhotoSmart C5393
HP OfficeJet 4620 HP PhotoSmart 5511 HP PhotoSmart B209a
HP PhotoSmart C5390 HP PhotoSmart D5445 ;HP PhotoSmart eStation All-in-One
HP PhotoSmart Plus All-in-One HP PhotoSmart Plus e-All-in-One HP PhotoSmart TouchSmart Web
HP PhotoSmart Premium Fax HP PhotoSmart Premium Fax All-in-One ;HP DeskJet 3522
HP PhotoSmart 6525 HP PhotoSmart 7510 HP PhotoSmart 7515

You may view the complete list here at our website.

Sign Up for Sweet Offers Every Friday!

 As always, we have a sweet offer waiting for your every week with Ink Fridays™. Offers can be anything like today's "Buy 1, Get 2 Free" to a great photo paper deal. If you don't see what you're looking for this week, you'll be sure to find it soon enough. You can sign up for our Ink Fridays™ mailing list to get a friendly weekly reminder about what we're offering.

Reminder, it's still not too late to save over 86% on HP564XL replacement (4-pack) high yield ink cartridges! Check out our Freaky Friday offer here.
3/13/2015 10:37:00 AM Denise Resendez
There’s nothing scary about this Ink Fridays™ deal for Friday the 13th! Our special offer of the week is better than BOGO: Buy 1, Get 2 FREE HP 564XL Replacement (Pack of 4) High Yield Ink Cartridges. At a price of $21.80 for 12 HP 564XL replacement ink cartridges , this means you are buying each for only $1.82!

That’s quite a steal with 86% in savings, especially considering retail value is $161.94. As always, we enjoy sharing exclusive deals with our amazing readers, this offer runs only on this Freaky Friday of March 13th, 2015 until midnight (PST). Fight off the 13th with this lucky deal here.
compandsave ink fridays

Compatible HP Printers 

Worried your printer might not be compatible with this week's offer of HP564XL ink cartridges? We understand, it's important to always double check to see if your printer and possible printer cartridges are compatible. We've listed a few of the compatible printers with our HP replacement printer cartridges to make it as easy as possible for you:

Is Your HP Printer Listed Below?
HP DeskJet 3070a - B611a HP PhotoSmart B210a HP PhotoSmart C5393
HP OfficeJet 4620 HP PhotoSmart 5511 HP PhotoSmart B209a
HP PhotoSmart C5390 HP PhotoSmart D5445 ;HP PhotoSmart eStation All-in-One
HP PhotoSmart Plus All-in-One HP PhotoSmart Plus e-All-in-One HP PhotoSmart TouchSmart Web
HP PhotoSmart Premium Fax HP PhotoSmart Premium Fax All-in-One ;HP DeskJet 3522
HP PhotoSmart 6525 HP PhotoSmart 7510 HP PhotoSmart 7515

You may view the complete list here at our website.

Sign Up for Sweet Offers Every Friday!

 As always, we have a sweet offer waiting for your every week with Ink Fridays™. Offers can be anything like today's "Buy 1, Get 2 Free" to a great photo paper deal. If you don't see what you're looking for this week, you'll be sure to find it soon enough. You can sign up for our Ink Fridays™ mailing list to get a friendly weekly reminder about what we're offering.

Reminder, it's still not too late to save over 86% on HP564XL replacement (4-pack) high yield ink cartridges! Check out our Freaky Friday offer here.

2015-03-06

CompAndSave Ink Fridays
We’re kicking off March with an incredible money-saving deal for this Ink Fridays™. Our deal of the week is: 90% Off Brother (Pack of 4) Compatible LC103 High Yield Ink Cartridge Replacements.  This means at a price of $5.95 per combo pack, you can buy each cartridge for only $1.49 each . When we take a look at the retail value of $63.68, you'll see we’re giving away $57.73 or 90% in savings! As always, we enjoy sharing exclusive deals with our readers, this offer runs this week only on March 6th through midnight (PST). 

Shop now for 90% off Brother LC103 compatible high yield ink cartridge before time runs out!
compandsave ink fridays

Compatible Brother Printers 

Wondering if your Brother printer is compatible with our week's special offer? You may visitor our site to check compatibility, or you can also look at the list below to see if your printer is listed. If it's there, your printer is compatible with our compatible Brother LC103 ink cartridge combo set!

Is Your Brother Printer Listed Below?
Brother DCP-J152W Brother MFC-J245 Brother MFC-J285DW
Brother MFC-J4310DW Brother MFC-J4410DW Brother MFC-J450DW
Brother MFC-J4510DW Brother MFC-J4610DW ;Brother MFC-J470DW
Brother MFC-J4710DW Brother MFC-J475DW Brother MFC-J650DW
Brother MFC-J6520DW Brother MFC-J6720DW ;Brother MFC-J6920DW
Brother MFC-J870DW Brother MFC-J875DW Brother MFC-J875DW

Don't Want to Miss Out on Ink Fridays™?

We love giving out special deals to our customers, and Ink Fridays™ is just one way we show our appreciation. If you'd like to stay up-to-date with every week's offer, sign up to our Ink Fridays™ newsletter or follow us on Facebook to see our weekly offer. So if you don't see your ink or toner cartridge this week, you might just find it during our next Ink Fridays™.

And remember, you still have time to take home a Brother (4 Pack) LC103 compatible high yield ink cartridge set for only $1.49 each! Click here to check out the offer before it expires at midnight on March 6th.

Here's to happy savings!

3/06/2015 10:29:00 AM Denise Resendez
CompAndSave Ink Fridays
We’re kicking off March with an incredible money-saving deal for this Ink Fridays™. Our deal of the week is: 90% Off Brother (Pack of 4) Compatible LC103 High Yield Ink Cartridge Replacements.  This means at a price of $5.95 per combo pack, you can buy each cartridge for only $1.49 each . When we take a look at the retail value of $63.68, you'll see we’re giving away $57.73 or 90% in savings! As always, we enjoy sharing exclusive deals with our readers, this offer runs this week only on March 6th through midnight (PST). 

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2015-03-02

Ink additives market
There are many reasons why the “Made in America” tag is beginning to hit close to home now with so many American citizens, but today we'll be focusing on one in particular: outsourcing. With the growth of outsourcing jobs overseas, many American employees have been both directly and indirectly impacted by this. One grim picture painted by the effect of outsourcing is the fact that countless of American manufacturing centers (and even some towns now) look eerily similar to ghost towns.

All of this prompts us to take an in-depth look into the effects of outsourcing American jobs and how the printing industries of America are helping reverse the trend.

The Outsourcing Problem

It's estimated that in 2003, about 150,000 American jobs went overseas, and only 2,000 came back. However, recent numbers are showing us that companies are gradually bringing back production to the country.This fact is illustrated by the following employment trend in 2013: If 40,000 jobs were exported during that year, an equal number of jobs came back as well.

So why the sudden change? Maybe it's the fact that a majority of Americans are increasingly valuing products made in the U.S (or close to home like Canada). What people are now looking at more when they purchase items are if the products were made without negatively impacting American jobs.. Manufacturing companies are also realizing the benefits of remaining close to their customer base. The fact is that creating products in America has gained popularity once again after a really long time!

It is a conscious decision of American consumers are also now choosing to make: Buy American! Even if it means paying a little extra, supporting local businesses and jobs has become a priority with Americans who are making the voluntary choice to help support American enterprise and business.

According to one report, outsourcing of American jobs is a bigger threat than terrorism. More Americans are now acknowledging that outsourcing is shortsighted and a stopgap solution at best and that layoffs could prove to be fools’ gold for companies.

How Printing Industries of America are Helping Reverse the Trend

Did you know, the printing ink that you buy can also impact this "Made in America, Buy in America" trend?

The global ink additives markets are impacted by printing services for flexible packaging, folding cartons, corrugated cardboard, promotions and other applications. One study has predicted growth of 5.78% in the global ink additives market over the next few years.

Some of the key companies in ink additives market are American, apart from some German companies and one UK company. So, it is primarily American companies that are concentrating on expanding production. American companies such as Air products, Eastman Chemical Company, Huntsman Corporation, Lawter, Shamrock Technologies, and The Dow Chemical Company that are leading the way and helping support this home based growth story.

A significant proportion of experts agree that the “in-sourcing” of American jobs, bringing manufacturing back to the country is a real trend and we believe that the printing ink segment can well support this.
However experts are also in agreement that Washington needs to do more; that President Obama's words of encouragement for American entrepreneurs who have championed “insourcing”, “CEOs who take pride in hiring people here in America,” may not be enough. Government agencies need to court American companies, making it easy for Americans to set up businesses and removing hurdles to make America user friendly.

If you have a view to share about the ink additives market, why not share it with us below this post or via our via our Facebook or Twitter pages?

3/02/2015 09:48:00 AM Denise Resendez
Ink additives market
There are many reasons why the “Made in America” tag is beginning to hit close to home now with so many American citizens, but today we'll be focusing on one in particular: outsourcing. With the growth of outsourcing jobs overseas, many American employees have been both directly and indirectly impacted by this. One grim picture painted by the effect of outsourcing is the fact that countless of American manufacturing centers (and even some towns now) look eerily similar to ghost towns.

All of this prompts us to take an in-depth look into the effects of outsourcing American jobs and how the printing industries of America are helping reverse the trend.

The Outsourcing Problem

It's estimated that in 2003, about 150,000 American jobs went overseas, and only 2,000 came back. However, recent numbers are showing us that companies are gradually bringing back production to the country.This fact is illustrated by the following employment trend in 2013: If 40,000 jobs were exported during that year, an equal number of jobs came back as well.

So why the sudden change? Maybe it's the fact that a majority of Americans are increasingly valuing products made in the U.S (or close to home like Canada). What people are now looking at more when they purchase items are if the products were made without negatively impacting American jobs.. Manufacturing companies are also realizing the benefits of remaining close to their customer base. The fact is that creating products in America has gained popularity once again after a really long time!

It is a conscious decision of American consumers are also now choosing to make: Buy American! Even if it means paying a little extra, supporting local businesses and jobs has become a priority with Americans who are making the voluntary choice to help support American enterprise and business.

According to one report, outsourcing of American jobs is a bigger threat than terrorism. More Americans are now acknowledging that outsourcing is shortsighted and a stopgap solution at best and that layoffs could prove to be fools’ gold for companies.

How Printing Industries of America are Helping Reverse the Trend

Did you know, the printing ink that you buy can also impact this "Made in America, Buy in America" trend?

The global ink additives markets are impacted by printing services for flexible packaging, folding cartons, corrugated cardboard, promotions and other applications. One study has predicted growth of 5.78% in the global ink additives market over the next few years.

Some of the key companies in ink additives market are American, apart from some German companies and one UK company. So, it is primarily American companies that are concentrating on expanding production. American companies such as Air products, Eastman Chemical Company, Huntsman Corporation, Lawter, Shamrock Technologies, and The Dow Chemical Company that are leading the way and helping support this home based growth story.

A significant proportion of experts agree that the “in-sourcing” of American jobs, bringing manufacturing back to the country is a real trend and we believe that the printing ink segment can well support this.
However experts are also in agreement that Washington needs to do more; that President Obama's words of encouragement for American entrepreneurs who have championed “insourcing”, “CEOs who take pride in hiring people here in America,” may not be enough. Government agencies need to court American companies, making it easy for Americans to set up businesses and removing hurdles to make America user friendly.

If you have a view to share about the ink additives market, why not share it with us below this post or via our via our Facebook or Twitter pages?