There are many types of cartridges sold by third-party distributors, and each has its positive and negative points. Here's a synopsis of the types of cartridges sold by third-party providers.
Original manufacturer's cartridges: These are cartridges which come from the original maker. They are generally included in the manufacturer's warranty, if you get them from an authorized dealer. You can sometimes find them online at less cost than they would cost in a traditional store, but they are still the most expensive option.
Compatible cartridges: Third-party compatible or OE Maker (OEM)-compatible cartridges are created by an authorized company using the initial manufacturer's specifications. Compatible products have an improved performance record than the remanufactured cartridges, because compatible cartridges are made new and are not recycled. To know more about the compatible ink cartridges, you can navigate to this website.
Remanufactured cartridges: With remanufactured or refilled cartridges, a third-party company gathers used cartridges, replaces broken or worn components and refills the cartridges with third-party printer ink. If you buy a remanufactured cartridge, you'll receive a genuine cartridge containing third-party printer ink.
Home refill sets: If you order a home refill set, you'll receive a number of bottles of printer ink, needles or syringes and a cartridge holder. Refill up kits for a few brands include additional tools as well.