In January, 2016, I purchased a Brother printer. Before this, i owned four printers (2 each from the leading brand folks) that all broke down after no more than two years, I decided the last printer's manufacturer treated me so poorly that I would try something new. I read a review that gave the Brother ink experience rave reviews. The concentration of the article focused on how much more efficient Brother ink is compared to the ink from those companies who are relying on their ink to return the profits they lose by marking the printers down so low. What?
I knew I spent a small fortune on ink for those other printers but I'm hearing now that not all companies use the ink to make big profits. Sign me up!
I purchased my Brother very reasonably from Best Buy who provided me with next day delivery even when the manufacture of the now defunct printer would not offer me that to stay loyal to them. The Brother I have is an entry level printer but i have been very impressed with its printing and it s lack of those misprints and do-overs so often experienced before . But the real highlight of this experience is the ink. It comes in sepaerste cartridges so the buyer is not forced to buy them in this three pack all the time. One may buy a separate cartridge of one color or all colors to go with the three pack. That is key when you discover that your material may use much more of one color. My color is the yellow that seems to empty first so I buy a couple yellow singles to accompany this fantastic 3 color pack. The result: So far in 2016 my brother ink has cost me 1/2 of what i spent to this date last year. The real kicker , however, is that I have had huge projects this year and produced probably 25% more product in 2016.
Need I say more? Brother has won me over by keeping the quality and the cost as both important elements for their consumer to consider instead of sacrificing one for the other. .