Is There any inkjet printer in which ink could be filled directly instead of refilling cartridges manually.?

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I'm fed up of re-filling cartridges
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Look around for a continuous ink system (CIS). Make sure you buy a good one with high quality ink, otherwise these will damage your printer. Check the warranty on the website before you buy. If they don't give a lengthy warranty and a satisfaction guaranteed - don't buy from there.

The new Iris system works for many HP printers and soon they will be compatible with many Brother and Canon inkjet printers as well.

I don't like needles or open ink bottles lying around so i would pick one that doesn't require them.

Good luck in your search.

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  • bsghost123 answered 5 years ago
    Go to and buy a CISS for your printer. It will save you tons of money, you never change cartridges and never run out of ink [yes, you do have to fill the tanks once in a while] Bulk ink is cheap. The CISS will pay for itself in a month. Don't forget to get a Waste Ink Container, it hooks up to the printer and instead of the unusable ink going to the waste ink pad, it goes to the container which can then be emptied, washed and used over and over. The waste ink pad when full will need to be replaced or the printer will not print. Changing the pad is messy and a PITA.


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  • William E answered 5 years ago
    Sounds like you need a continuous ink system (CIS). Try googling it and you should find some retailers that sell these.


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  • ? answered 5 years ago
    if you have an epson read

    they have a 2-piece cartridge where the ink is in a separate container. when the ink runs out, you pop out the empty tank, pop in a new one and keep going. Each tank holds almost triple the ink of epson cartridges and cost under $3. you can get 11 free each month, as I have been doing for the past 5 months.
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