HP Officejet K60 Ink Cartridges

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Black ink cartridges for HP Officejet K60 printer

Genuine High Capacity Black HP 45 Ink Cartridge - (51645AE)
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Best value Genuine

3.7p per page

For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

930 pages
High Capacity
1 £34.86 (£41.83 inc VAT)
2 £33.56 (£40.27 inc VAT)
3+ £33.03 (£39.64 inc VAT)
Prices includes FREE next-day delivery

Best value Genuine

3.7p per page

For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

930 pages
£34.86 (£41.83 inc VAT)

FREE next-day delivery

Multi-buy discount
2 £33.56 (£40.27 inc VAT)
3+ £33.03 (£39.64 inc VAT)

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Save Cash On The HP K60 Ink Cartridge

It's easy to print crisp and clear documents and images with the HP K60 printer. Some day in the future your HP K60 will polish off its printer ink, and when it does you'll quickly discover that purchasing HP K60 ink is often seriously expensive. Thank goodness you have no reason to get stressed about shelling out the steep asking prices you'll get on the main street because here at Cartridge Save you can get all the HP K 60 cartridges you'll want at little cost. Save more money on your ink by ordering online at Cartridge Save!

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There's no reason why you should fork out so much on the K-60 original cartridge or K60 compatible ink in the high street when you can quickly save some cash ordering online with Cartridge Save. You have full confidence when purchasing OfficeJet K60 ink cartridges from us because each one is guaranteed by a hassle-free money back guarantee. Take into consideration that every single purchase comes with free delivery, typically arriving the following business day!

HP Officejet K60 Printer Review

Expert review of the HP Officejet K60 printer

Our Verdict:

This compact multifunction printer boasts high-quality printing and increased productivity in the office with its copy, scan, and fax features. However, some users are still criticising the HP Officejet K60 for its lack of monochrome copy features. The overall speed is only sub-par compared with other multifunction devices from the same manufacturer.


This printer combines important communication and office devices in a user-friendly and reliable multifunction device. It resembles a compact fax machine weighing 22 lbs and measuring 19.3x14.6x9.3 inches (WxDxH). The HP Officejet K60 has a 600-dpi digital copier, a maximum RAM of 8 MB, and a 150-sheet document tray. All controls are located at the top centre of the HP Officejet K60, together with a small display screen.


The copier has a mirroring feature. There is an automatic document feeder, and the sheet-fed scanner is TWAIN-compliant. It is possible to send colour faxes with the HP Officejet K60 as well as reproduce more vivid photos and documents with the 2,400-dpi scanner.


One of the major drawbacks of the HP Officejet K60 is fax transmission rate of only 14.4 Kbps, which is significantly slower compared with all-in-one printers that have 33.6 Kbps modems. The HP Officejet K60 could also be faster. Another drawback is the sheet-fed scanner, which can never handle thicker materials like magazines and books.