PB Tech is New Zealand's largest computing and I.T. retailer.
Founded in 1993, PB Technologies Limited is 100% NZ owned with 9 superstores throughout the country, over 400 staff, and is the technology supplier to many of New Zealand's leading companies and educational institutes.
Check out our video below to learn more about PB Tech or view our full company profile.
PB Tech holds a significant amount of stock in our New Zealand based logistics centre and can ship stock from this location usually within 2-4 working days (see the timeframes mentioned on each product page for more accurate delivery estimates).
In most cases, items ordered from the NZ Logistics Centre are first transferred to our Head Office / Distribution Centre before being shipped to the final destination.
Unfortunately no pick-up options are available directly from this location, you can select a pick up from one of our branches however and we will transfer your order there so you can pick up.
Products marked as 'In stock with Supplier' are shipped from one of our suppliers / vendors. The time frame for shipments can vary so please refer to the shipping time frames mentioned on each product page for more accurate delivery estimates.
In most cases, items ordered from suppliers are first transferred to our Head Office / Distribution Centre before being shipped to the final destination.
If you change your mind after making a purchase, or realise you have ordered the incorrect item, you can enjoy the peace of mind that we offer a 7 day exchange policy.
To exchange a product, goods must be sealed / unopened, with packaging in original condition, and accompanied by a valid receipt dated no more than 7 calendar days from when you request an exchange.
If there is not a suitable product that can be exchanged for your returned item you will be offered a credit on your account or gift card based on the value paid at the time of purchase.
Please note, items purchased on finance cannot be exchanged for a gift card.
If your product develops a fault within the manufacturer warranty period, you can either contact the manufacturer directly (some manufacturers provide a high level of warranty service - including free pickup or in some cases onsite repair), or return to one of our services centres / stores.
If your product develops a fault outside of the manufacturer warranty period, we offer a full repair service and are an authorised repair agent for leading brands such as Samsung, HP, Toshiba, Lenovo and more.
To contact the manufacturer directly to troubleshoot your product or to request a warranty repair, please view the list of manufacturer / brand warranty contacts.
To return a product to PB Tech directly, please complete our request a return form.
Or view our returns policy for more information.
BROTHER Toner TN2250 Black (2600 pages)
RRP: $109.52RRP: $125.95
North Island - Usually within 1 working day
South Island - Usually within 2 working days
|Branch||New Stock||On display|
|PB North Shore|
|PB Auckland CBD||7|
|PB Auckland University||0|
|Head Office (Web)||50+|
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TN2250 Toner cartridge
This black, high yield toner cartridge lasts for up to 2,600 pages at 5% coverage. It's suitable for use with our MFC7860DW, DCP7065DN, MFC7360N, HL2240D, HL2250DN, HL2270DW and Fax2840 printers.
Choose the right ink/toner for your pattern of ink/toner use
You need the ink/toner that will be most cost effective for your level of printing. Below, we explain the terms 'standard yield', 'high-yield', and 'super-high-yield'.
The more printing you do, the more cost-effective you'll find it to buy cartridges that print more pages. Our estimates are based on 5% coverage.
What Does 5% Coverage mean?
'5% coverage' is a measure that most printer manufacturers use to calculate the number of pages that can be printed with one cartridge. It means that 5% of the whole page is covered in ink or toner. When doing the calculation, printer manufacturers assume basic type with no bold characters, no graphics, and no pictures.
What does standard yield mean?
The ink or toner cartridge prints a standard number of pages at 5% coverage.
What does high-yield mean?
A high-yield cartridge will print more pages than a standard yield cartridge. Although the initial outlay is higher, the cost per page is lower.
What does super-high-yield mean?
Super-high-yield cartridges give you an even lower cost per page, because they print even more pages.