We buying expired ORIGINAL CONSUMABLES or overstock products (toners, inks, drums, fusers, etc).

Also, we are buying cartridges of all brands HP, Brother, Epson, Canon, Toshiba, RICOH, LEXMARK, OKI, XEROX, etc.

  • TonerDen buying damaged boxes, opened boxes, outdated inks.
  • We pay all delivery charges.
  • We pay in advance.

If you have obsolete materials in your warehouse that you have not sold yet, you can send us a list in EXCEL format specifying the following details:

  • the brand;
  • the part number;
  • the quantity;
  • the type of the box;
  • the expiration date of inks.

Knowing all this information we are able to make an advantageous offer.

The categories of the boxes would be:
                “A” – perfect box;
                “B” – good box, not opened but with only 1 possible cosmetic defect;
                “C” – box with multiple cosmetic defects, but closed;
                “D” – opened box, but the product must be perfectly sealed.

How do I know if my ink cartridge is original?

To check the authenticity of a toner cartridge, either use a QR code app to scan the QR code on the toner cartridge box, type the toner cartridge serial number, and then click Verify.

What is the difference between original and compatible ink cartridges?

Compatible – A compatible ink or toner cartridge is a brand new cartridge made by a third-party manufacturer.
Remanufactured/Refilled – These are original cartridges which have been used once, returned, cleaned and refilled.
Original – Original cartridges are brand new consumables produced by the printer manufacturer.

What does non OEM ink cartridges mean?

OEM refers to “original equipment manufacturer.” In other words, if Brother made your printer, they’ve also made a cartridge to go with it.
In inkjet printing, an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) cartridge refers to theink cartridge that comes with an inkjet printer, or replacement cartridges that are manufactured by the original manufacturer of printer.
Inkjet printers are better at printing photos and color documents, and while there are color laser printers, they’re more expensive. Unlike inkjet printers, laser printers don’t use ink. Instead, they use toner – which lasts much longer.