LD Remanufactured Black Toner Cartridge for HP 95A
Cartridge splatters toner on printed papers!
I'm very unhappy about the poor quality since I need good printing and cannot trust documents to be printed free of blotches of toner on some pages. Some of my printing needs are for more than twenty pages that must be printed consecutively. Need much better quality!
April 18, 2013
What I needed at a good price
I know that my LaserJet III is getting very old, but it still works. These folks are one of the few remaining companies that still provide toner cartridges for this good friend. Even Hewlett Packard has stopped making new ones now, so I will be a customer until the LJ III finally dies.
August 29, 2012
Good price. When my printer was still under warrantee I was paying over $100 for a new cartridge and $80 for a re-manufactured cartridge. LD provided one for $40. My printer is no longer being serviced by HP, so parts are in limited supply. Its a workhorse though and I'm glad I can still get toner cartridges for it because it still works great. Shipping was speedy - less than a week! I'm very happy.
May 21, 2010
92295A Toner Replacement Cartridge
I recently ordered and received an LD 92295A Replacement Cartridge for my HP Laserjet III printer. I had previously ordered new old stock cartridges from two other vendors with terrible results. They were just too old, even though new in the box, and the blades must have been warped. I then tried to order a re-manufactured cartridge from a vendor who kept me waiting for a month and finally couldn't ship because the product didn't pass quality tests.
It has thus been with great relief to get the LD re-manufactured cartridge quickly and on time and have it work perfectly the way it is suppose to work without any streaks or imperfections.
I thought the price to also be very reasonable although shipping did increase the price by about $8.00.
I hope LD continues to re-manufacture this HP Laserjet III cartridge for years to come. I will check with them first when I need another one.
March 6, 2010