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Canon BCI-6BK Ink Tank-Black

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  • Black Ink Tank
  • Replacement Ink Tank for Several Canon Bubble Jet and PIXMA Printers
  • Easy to Install
  • Produces Vibrant Color Prints
  • Duty Cycle Up to 280 Pages
  • Replacement ink tank for several Canon Bubble Jet and PIXMA printers
  • Rich black color
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3.2 x 1.2 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005JAFA
  • Item model number: 4705A003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (615 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 12, 2001

Product Description

Color: Black

Product Description

Canon is a world leader in printing technology. Numerous technical innovations from Canon offer true, professional-quality printing results on a wide variety of specialty photo papers and on plain paper, too. High-intensity inks ensure rich, high-contrast images with vivid colors and razor-sharp black text, so you'll enjoy better looking documents, web pages, and photos. Canon's desktop, mobile, multifunction, and photo printers are designed to deliver high-quality text and photo-realistic prints at fast speeds without compromising clarity and fidelity. For your Canon printer, always choose genuine Canon inks coupled with Canon Photo Papers to ensure long-lasting satisfaction.

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The BCI-6Bk produces bold blacks for text documents and beautiful shadowing for photos. This cartridge is compatible with several popular Canon printers, including BJC-8200, i860 Series, i900D, i9100, i950 Series, i960 Series, i9900, PIXMA iP4000, PIXMA iP4000R, PIXMA iP5000, PIXMA iP6000D, PIXMA iP8500, PIXMA MP750, PIXMA MP760, PIXMA MP780, S800, S820, S820D, S830D, S900, and S9000.

Customer Reviews

When using a high quality photo print paper this ink produces amazing results.
Gregory Sigrist
Last time I was buying a set of ink tanks for the printer, I thought I'd give refurbished tanks a try and save a whole pile of money.
Malcolm Lee
Only use genuine Canon brand inks for your Canon I-9900 Printer for the best results.
A. Janik

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Rudy on February 8, 2004
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Although lower cost substitute ink cartridges are sold all over the web, and on this site as well, the few bucks you might save aren't worth the all-too genuine risks of replacing with generic "no-name" ink tanks. I've heard (but wouldn't wish to try it, frankly) that generic inks fade faster when exposed to daylight, could clog the print-head spray nozzles, don't spread properly on top-quality paper, and simply can't compare with the uniquely formulated dyes that have been specially researched for your printer and its matching photo papers. The one exception might be if you use a black-ink-only inkjet [hard to imagine anyone could screw up black ink]. Even so, considering the low cost and remarkable longevity, I'd still stick with the Canon product, if only to match the other colors. I concur that printer manufacturers use that old hoary "razor trick" (give away the razor, profit on the blades), but with Canon's individual ink tanks -- where you replace only those tanks that run dry, you aren't out a lot. My Canon photo printer uses an array of six ink tank colors. Of these six tanks (all available on this site), 'photo cyan' and 'photo magenta' seem to be used up 2 to 3 times faster than 'black'. In other words, rather than replacing an entire set of six ink tanks, you can replace just those tanks that run empty the soonest -- thus not having to toss out a 3-ink tank [as used by HP] where 2 of the 3 remaining inks still are far from used up. Just a word of caution here - make certain that every cartridge you order from Amazon clearly states its eligibility for SuperSaver shipping. If you have to add shipping charges to this low-cost item, you could end up paying more than you would have at the local office supply store.
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67 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Rudy on February 8, 2004
Color Name: Cyan Verified Purchase
Although lower cost substitute ink cartridges are sold all over the web, and on this site as well, the few bucks you might save aren't worth the all-too genuine risks of replacing with generic "no-name" ink tanks. I've heard (but wouldn't wish to try it, frankly) that generic inks fade faster when exposed to daylight, could clog the print-head spray nozzles, don't spread properly on top-quality paper, and simply can't compare with the uniquely formulated dyes that have been specially researched for your printer and its matching photo papers. The one exception might be if you use a black-ink-only inkjet [hard to imagine anyone could screw up black ink]. I concur that printer manufacturers use that old hoary "razor trick" (give away the razor, profit on the blades), but with Canon's individual ink tanks -- where you replace only those tanks that run dry, you aren't out a lot. My Canon photo printer uses an array of six ink tank colors. Of these six tanks (all available on this site), 'photo cyan' and 'photo magenta' seem to be used up 2 to 3 times faster than 'black'. In other words, rather than replacing an entire set of six ink tanks, you can replace just those tanks that run empty the soonest -- thus not having to toss out a 3-ink tank [as used by HP] where 2 of the 3 remaining inks still are far from used up. Just a word of caution here - make certain that every cartridge you order from Amazon clearly states its eligibility for SuperSaver shipping. If you have to add shipping charges to this low-cost item, you could end up paying more than you would have at the local office supply store.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A. Vake on September 2, 2005
Color Name: 8-Color Multipack
I have bought my ink cartridges from amazon.com since the day that I purchased my Canon printer from them. As a graphic designer I go through a lot of ink cartridges. These cartridges are not cheap by any means, but when you have to have them, you have to spend the money, the lower the price the better! I order them and receive them usually within the same week of ordering them! They come in top condition and are packaged just as if I would have bought them at the store and work great! The price of them on amazon in amazing, plus atleast 80% of time they qualify for free shipping! That is an unbelieveable bonus. I strongly suggest taking advantage of the prices of these ink cartridges!
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Rudy on February 5, 2004
Color Name: Photo Cyan Verified Purchase
Although lower cost substitute ink cartridges are sold all over the web, and on this site as well, the few bucks you might save aren't worth the all-too genuine risks of replacing with generic "no-name" ink tanks. I've heard (but wouldn't wish to try it, frankly) that generic inks fade faster when exposed to daylight, could clog the print-head spray nozzles, don't spread properly on top-quality paper, and simply can't compare with the uniquely formulated dyes that have been specially researched for your printer and its matching photo papers. The one exception might be if you use a black-ink-only inkjet [hard to imagine anyone could screw up black ink]. I concur that printer manufacturers use that old hoary "razor trick" (give away the razor, profit on the blades), but with Canon's individual ink tanks -- where you replace only those tanks that run dry, you aren't out a lot. My Canon photo printer uses an array of six ink tank colors. Of these six tanks (all available on this site), 'photo cyan' and 'photo magenta' seem to be used up 2 to 3 times faster than 'black'. In other words, rather than replacing an entire set of six ink tanks, you can replace just those tanks that run empty the soonest -- thus not having to toss out a 3-ink tank [as used by HP] where 2 of the 3 remaining inks still are far from used up. Just a word of caution here - make certain that every cartridge you order from Amazon clearly states its eligibility for SuperSaver shipping. If you have to add shipping charges to this low-cost item, you could end up paying more than you would have at the local office supply store.
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