Inkjet Cartridges XS
It is nothing new that original manufactures sell inkjet cartridges in different refill sizes. What's new is that some of the manufacturers are selling XS versions in addition to the "small" inkjet cartridges. It always seems possible to make something smaller. Unfortunately, these cartridges cannot be refilled with very much ink. Therefore, these cartridges have no or a very low return deposit value since most customers are not willing to buy a refilled cartridge with a capacity of less than 100 pages. Below, we explain how you can identify these XS cartridges:
HP ink cartridge nos. 21, 22, 27, 57, 337, 338, 342, and 350 XS version criteria
The product code of the cartridge
The last letter of the complete product code contains specifications about the inkjet cartridge's refill capacity. Cartridges whose product code ends with a G will always have a low refill capacity.
The specifications on the label
Cartridges with Small or Introductory on the label always refer to cartridges with a low refill capacity.
The inkjet cartridge housing
Cartridges with a hollow area behind the contact board always refer to cartridges with a low refill capacity.
SSSSSS on the white label
Cartridges with the label SSSSSS on the backside of the inkjet cartridge always refer to cartridges with a low refill capacity.
In case one of the above mentioned criteria applies to your inkjet cartridge, then this is a cartridge with a low refill capacity that cannot be completely refilled. Please keep in mind that we can not (or not at the regular price) purchase these types of inkjet cartridges.