Brother LC71 Innobella Ink Cartridge, Cyan/Magenta/Yellow (300 Page Yield, 3 pk.)
About this item
- Brother ink cartridges LC71 model
- Cyan, magenta and yellow cartridges
- Single cartridge for each color
- 300-page yield
The Brother® LC71 Innobella™ Ink Cartridge, Cyan/Magenta/Yellow (300 Page Yield, 3 pk.) will take your world from black and white to full and vivid color, a spitting rainbow of every color on the spectrum in shocking detail. These cartridges will open a whole new world of printing, with the fast-drying and consistent performance Brother ink cartridges have come to be known for.
If you have a Brother machine, these cartridges provide a fast, easy and reliable install. There is no need for you to consult a how-to guide, an online tutorial video, a help hotline or an outside contractor. It is an easy and intuitive replacement process that puts the power in your hands or in the hands of whoever in your office wants to replace the cartridges. It goes from a cumbersome and boring task to a fast and gratifying achievement when you simply pop out the old cartridges and click in the new ones with alarming ease. You may not believe you've done it correctly because it's so easy, but people are often pleasantly surprised when trying Brother cartridges for the first time.
Is Brother LC71 Innobella Ink Cartridge, Cyan/Magenta/Yellow Compatible with Your Printer?
Brother LC71 ink is compatible with MFC multifunction model numbers MFC-J280W, MFC-J825DW and MFC-J835DW.
How Long Do These Brother Ink Cartridges Last?
This is a pack of three Brother LC71 cartridges, but because each cartridge holds only one color, they are often used in conjunction to print the colors that your design or document requires. This means that the yield of this three-pack is 300 pages total, assuming consistent use of each color, which is not always the case.
Is Brother Printer Ink LC71 for Inkjet Printers?
Yes, the Brother LC71 Innobella Ink Cartridge, Cyan/Magenta/Yellow is for use with inkjet printers. It will not function in laser printers as the toner and ink are drastically different and the methods by which they are distributed to the page are tailored specifically to the type of printer and ink being used.