|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 2.5 x 5.8 inches|
|Item model number||0620B015|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||0620B015|
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Canon CLI-8 8-Color Multipack Ink Tanks
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- Multipack contains most popular color ink cartridges
- Package includes 1 cartridge each of black, cyan, magenta, yellow, photo cyan, photo magenta, red, and green
- Long-lasting ink for vivid coloration and high glossiness
- Compatible with Pixma PR09000
- Yields up to 280 pages, based on 5% coverage
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Canon CLI-8 is a multi-pack of eight high-capacity color ink cartridges that use long-lasting ink for vivid coloration and high glossiness when printed on Canon photo papers. Compatible with Pixma PR09000, each of these ink cartridges yields up to 280 pages, based on five percent coverage. The ink is also resistant to fading and smudges, so every shot you print is sharp and clear.
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One cartridge each of black, cyan, magenta, yellow, photo cyan, photo magenta, red, and green.
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|Color||8-Color Multipack||Set 3pk- CMY||Multicoloured||Magenta||Magenta||Black|
|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 6.5 x 5.8 in||3.8 x 2.3 x 2.8 in||6.7 x 2.7 x 4.3 in||3.9 x 5.5 x 1.3 in||0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 in||4.1 x 4.25 x 2.4 in|
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In short, the Canon 8-Colior Multipack is an excellent product offering completely predictable results when used with quality paper and sufficient knowledge to operate a printer correctly. It is indeed expensive, but the Amazon price beats any selection from local vendors.
You can get a better per cartridge price if you buy them in packs. In that case each individual cartridge is a little less expensive. Canon package CL-8C (Cyan), CL-8M (Magenta), CL-8Y (Yellow), and CL-8BK (Black) as a pack ($40-44 on Amazon). When cartridges are sold in packs you might think those colors are used at similar rates... but that is not so.
I have kept track of the usage of the cartridges over a long period of time and would like to share these results with you.
Number of cartridges used
CL-8M Magenta = 5
CL-8Y Yellow = 8
CL-8B Black = 6
CL-8PC Photo Cyan = 6
CL-8PM Photo Magenta = 8
CL-8C Cyan = 4
My usage shows that yellow is used the most, followed closely by Photo Magenta, followed next by Black and Photo Cyan, and trailed by Cyan and Magenta. Note that I have a laser printer that I used for text otherwise the usage of the Black Cartridge would have been a lot higher.
I buy most of my color photo ink on-line from Amazon. However now that Staples began (again) accepting CL-8 cartridges for Staples Rewards in their recycling empty cartridges program, I wanted to analyze my usage to see which cartridges I should buy at Staples using my Staples Rewards.
My original thought was to buy Canon CLI-8PC Photo Cyan Ink Tank andCanon CLI-8PM Photo Magenta Ink Tank since they don't come in a pack. But given the usage chart above, it is clear that I should buy extra Yellow and Photo Magenta.
I concur with the comment that people need to take care when re-ordering ink. Seems to me the fool-proof way is to read the part number from your cartridge and search on that number.
Update: 4/18/17: I just ran out of black and dutifully went to Amazon to order a refill. Much to my horror, Amazon said I had to go buy it somewhere else - no indication if this was a temporary outage, or whether Amazon had dropped the product. Lo and behold, the prices from the alternate suppliers were $5 higher and much more. I guess they must keep track of situations like these and implement predatory pricing when they have a chance. Just a word to the wise if you become very dependent on Amazon, like me.
My printer uses six ink colors (Black, Cyan, Yellow, Magenta, Photo Cyan, and Photo Magenta). One can sometimes find a slight reduction in price by buying in sets or in multiple packs, so do your homework before you purchase. Some of the packs that offer discounts are for the larger, eight-ink printers, so if you have one of those, again, look carefully for these sets before you make a purchase so that you don't mistakenly end up with two extra colors that are not used by your printer. I have found that it pays to strategize with these purchases, rather than just purchasing the one ink that is running low at the moment. Take advantage of price reduction sets, and then build a little pile of ink cartridges at home while you wait for other inks to run out. It's a bit more "up front" cost, but can pay off over the long run. If you buy original ink like this from the manufacturer, you aren't likely to get "cheap" costs, but you can reduce the costs a little from off list.
So, again, other than the high cost, I rate these Canon inks as simply excellent. They work very well, have excellent color (and generally long durability), don't seem to ever clog or cause other problems in the printer, and can really help you make the most out of your inkjet printer (particularly if you are printing photos). If all you ever do is print out color handouts for documents, you MIGHT consider an OEM or "off brand" as these distinctions won't matter as much to you. But for photo printing, I recommend these Canon inks.
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