Pitney Bowes DM450c Ink Cartridges

Pitney Bowes DM450c Ink Cartridges

The following 3 products are guaranteed to work in your Pitney Bowes DM450c printer:

3 products are guaranteed to work in your printer:

3 products are guaranteed to work in your Pitney Bowes DM450c printer:

Blue ink cartridges for Pitney Bowes DM450c printer:

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Compatible Pitney Bowes 765-9BN Blue Ink Cartridge - (765-9BN)

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0.9p 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.

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0.9p per page

(1 pack)

Page yield:
  • 2,200 pages 2,200
45ml
£23.40 inc VAT

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  • 2 £20.62 inc VAT
  • 3+ £19.43 inc VAT

Franking labels for Pitney Bowes DM450c printer:

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Compatible Franking Double Labels - 149 x 45 mm (2 Labels Per Sheet - Pack Of 500 Sheets)

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2.6p per label

2.6p per label

(1 pack)

Page yield:
  • 1,000 labels 1,000 labels
£31.49 inc VAT

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  • 2 £28.31 inc VAT
  • 3+ £26.90 inc VAT
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Compatible Franking Double Labels - 215 x 45 mm (2 Labels Per Sheet - Pack Of 500 Sheets)

5.7p per label

5.7p per label

(1 pack)

Page yield:
  • 1,000 labels 1,000 labels
£68.22 inc VAT

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  • 2 £62.72 inc VAT
  • 3+ £60.37 inc VAT

What ink does the Pitney Bowes DM450c use?

The Pitney Bowes DM450c uses Cartridge Save 765-9BN ink cartridges. Cartridge Save 765-9BN ink comes in blue; the blue cartridge prints 2,200 pages.

Pitney Bowes DM450c Printer Review

Expert review of the Pitney Bowes DM450c printer

Our Verdict:

Anyone looking for a reliable franking machine in the mid to high volume range will find that the Pitney Bowes DM-450c is an excellent choice. It is capable of franking at a level of 12 letters a minute and if your business is sending out up to 700 mail items on a daily basis, this is likely to be the option that meets your needs.

The machine provides a range of features including 5 job memories and the chance to store up to 20 different advertisements. There is also a maximum thickness of 8mm for envelopes while there is integration with the latest barcode impression technology from Royal Mail. The use of Smart Meter technology, which also integrates with the Royal Mail, should ensure that you save money and receive a better standard of output.

Advantages

The intergraded weighing scale should ensure that you do not get caught out with additional fees for heading items and there is a wide range of options for setting up separate department accounts. If you are looking to categorise between 25 and 300 departments, you have the capabilities to do so, handy for attributing output or costs at a later date.

Disadvantages

As franking machines go, this is a good option depending on your needs. If you have limited franking requirements, you may be spending too much on what you get. This machine is designed for those with moderate franking requirements and is not for those sending very large volumes of mail on a daily basis. Make sure you know what your requirements are before choosing a franking machine.

The Pitney Bowes DM-450c is a fast and reliable franking machine that offers a wide range of benefits. For the office sending moderate amounts of mail, the addition of this machine, which also comes with PIN code capabilities, is a sensible move.