Singink provides a solution for consumers who are looking for an alternative to replace their original cartridges. We recommend clients to refill their empty cartridges instead of throwing them away. Singink wants everyone to save money and save the environment at the same time. With less trash, we use up less landfill. With less trash we can build more beautiful gardens and parks. Isn’t that wonderful?
Singink has been around for more than a decade, since 2004. Started from just a counter, we now have 3 retail outlets in addition to the company headquarters. Our sales associates will help you choose the right cartridge for your printer. Our technicians will repair your printer and get it back to work.
How are we different from our competitors?
We listen, we help, and we solve problems. Singink don’t sell ink. We sell solutions. “We spend too much on original”, “Original is too expensive”… These are some of the common complaints we get from our customers. We understand that. Our solution is to refill your empty cartridges. Not only will you save money, you’ll also save the environment!
Our ink is premium. Why do we say that? Clients who use our ink will experience less printer head problems. People who use the wrong type of ink will have problems like dirty printout, photos have missing colour, etc. Our ink is specially mixed. Each brand caters to one specific ink.
Do not worry if you cannot remember the steps to refill. We have Video Tutorial ready for you! We understand not everyone is free to go down to our retail outlets to learn how to refill. Many people would forget these steps when they reach the home or office, hence, we make video tutorials for each refill methods that we have. Singink make refill easily accessible and convenient for all. Now, you don’t have to worry about the steps to refill!
Too lazy to come all the way down to our retail outlets to purchase a bottle of ink? No worries! You can now make an online purchase directly from our website !
Continuous Ink Supply System is a technology that created by Singink, helping clients to save up to 20 times on printing cost. SingInk Ink Supply System is located outside the printer, hence, making refilling clean and easy. No need for syringe or needle, just pour. With such clean technology, printing at low cost is made possible.
What are you waiting for? Come and Join us now!
Selecting a printer
Selecting and buying a new desktop printer can be a frustrating task. There are many manufacturers, each offering number of models. You can buy a printer for under $60, or spend several hundred on a model that looks almost identical. So how do you know which to get?
There is no point buying a high end photo printer or a colour laser, if all you print is couple of black and white pages per week. A cheap inkjet printer will do similar job.
If you print a lot, you should get a printer that can be easily refilled, fitted with a continuous ink system (CIS) or one that you can buy reasonably priced ink or toner cartridges for. If you plan to use new ink cartridges, check how much they cost and how many pages they should print. Find out if there are high yield cartridges or compatible refill option.
Work out what features you need. Most printers come packed with gadgets many people don’t need or ever use, but different makes and models do have unique features. If you need to print double sided or onto CD’s, or prefer wireless connectivity etc, you need to pick a printer that can do that. Not all models can.
Don’t stress too much about print resolution or drop size. It makes hardly any difference to print quality. Resolution of say 5760 DPI (dots per inch) or 9600 DPI. Similarly, 2pl (picolitre) ink drops don’t look any different on paper to 1pl drops without magnification.
Can the cartridges be refilled or can you buy “refillable” cartridges? There are printers that refuse to accept refilled cartridges, other models are difficult to refill successfully. Majority of today’s printer cartridges and tanks use IC chips to measure the ink levels, which can cause problems with refilling. Do your research! Are refillable cartridges available? Will you need a chip resetter? Can the ink monitor be disabled?
Are individual ink cartridges printers any cheaper to operate? Varies from model to model. Individual ink cartridges printers can consume more ink for cleaning and purging the printheads. Both types have their pros and cons. Combined (3in1) ink cartridges generally cost more than individual ink cartridges, but you get a new printhead every time a cartridge is replaced. In individual cartridges printers, the printhead is part of the machine and should last for years. But if you do have a printhead problem in an individual tank printer, it can cost more to fix, than the printer is worth.
Some printers have two black ink cartridges…why? Canon and HP use two black ink cartridges with different ink in some printer models. One cartridges is usually pigment ink, the other dye ink. Pigment ink works better on plain (copy) paper, dye ink on glossy (photo) paper. The printer software selects the correct ink automatically…
Laser or inkjet Printer? What you print determines the print technology that’s best for you. Both laser and ink printers have good and bad points. Laser cartridges cost more than ink, but usually last longer and print is more permanent. The biggest drawback of lasers is that toner is quite expensive, even for “cheap” colour lasers. Laser printers are generally faster than inkjet.
Laser toner never dries up or clogs, even if you hardly use the printer.
Inkjet ink dries up and clog, unless used regularly.
Don’t bother buying second hand even if very cheap, unless you have a good reason. Replacement OEM ink or toner cartridges often cost as much as a whole new printer with starter cartridges, so used printers aren’t good value.
Printer error? No worries! Bring your printer down to any of our outlets and we will have our technicians solve the problem for you. Machines do wear out and require maintenance. Do not throw them away, bring them to Singink, we will get your printer back to work! 🙂