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Compatible franking ink for Pitney Bowes DM50 and Pitney Bowes DM55 machines - blue Ink

Viking Number Q2N-6595398

Royal Mail approved ink for Pitney Bowes DM50 and DM55 franking machines

From 1st April 2013 the Royal Mail has recommended that Pitney Bowes DM 50/55 Smart machines should use blue franking ink. Great value, these compatible cartridges are guaranteed to give at least the same number of impressions as the original brand.

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£10.99
Each
(£13.19 incl. VAT)
Qty.
ex VAT
incl. VAT

1-2
£10.99
£13.19

3+
£10.49
£12.59


Description

Royal Mail approved ink for Pitney Bowes DM50 and DM55 franking machines

Compatible franking ink for Pitney Bowes DM50 and Pitney Bowes DM55 machines - blue ink as recommend by Royal Mail

Cost-effective compatible cartridges save you money and are guaranteed to give at least the same number of impressions as the original brand.

This blue ink cartridge will produce approximately 800 postmarks

Approx. 800 Postmarks

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Specifications

Viking Number 6595398 
Additional Information Compatible 
Brand iFrank 
Colour Blue 
Original Or Compatible Compatible 
Unit Each 
EAN 5060205040152 
Compatible franking ink for Pitney Bowes DM50 and Pitney Bowes DM55 machines blue Ink
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Reviews

Compatible franking ink for Pitney Bowes DM50 and Pitney Bowes DM55 machines - blue Ink reviews verified by Reevoo

Ease of use
8.6
Print quality
4.6
Cost per print
7.2
Compatibility
6.8
Value for money
4.6
Overall rating
4.6
Scores 4.6 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
10 out of 10

Nigel

Gateshead GB
+
No smudging
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 12 December 2013
Published on: 07 January 2014
1 out of 10

John

GB
+
cheap
breaks print head and Pitney Bowes whilst cannot make you use original ink, have made print head incompatible with non genuine ink...
Confirmed purchase: 09 September 2013
Published on: 25 September 2013
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