|Item Weight||1.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 4 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||CNMCLI8Y|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CNMCLI8Y|
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- Ink volume: 0.44 flu oz.
- High quality ink
- ChromoLife100 system: create long lasting, beautiful photos when used with genuine Canon photo paper
- FINE (Full-Photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Enginering) printhead for exceptional sharpness and detail
- Optimized for photographic print quality when used with genuine Canon photo papers
- Ink remaining notification technology
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Ink tank cartridge is designed for use with Canon PIXMA iP3300, iP3500, iP4200, iP4300, iP4500, iP5200, iP5200R, iP6600D, iP6700D, MP500, MP510, MP520, MP530, MP600, MP610, MP800, MP800R, MP810, MP830, MP950, MP960, MP970, MX700, MX850, Pro9000 and Pro9000 mark II.
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 5.5 x 1.2 in||3.8 x 2.3 x 2.8 in||4.1 x 4.25 x 2.4 in||2.5 x 2.5 x 3.24 in||1.3 x 2.95 x 3.74 in||3.8 x 5.4 x 1.2 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.
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.
We are small enough to still rely on "prosumer" hardware such as our Pixma II 9000 printer, but big enough that inconsistencies can't be tolerated, and when we tried generic inks, we'd note that colors would be off just a bit. Honestly, it didn't look terrible, but held up side by side with a print made with Canon inks you could see the difference, and you could see the difference even between different generic cartridges that were allegedly the same brand. We've gone back to Canon and haven't looked back. They're expensive, but worth it.
My only complaint, and it's a minor one, is the way Canon packages the cartridges. All eight of them were simply in the box, which was a lot larger than the cartridges and thus allowed them to bang around within the box. I was concerned enough that I opened the box as soon as I received it, even though the printer didn't need any ink, just to be sure all eight were in the box and that none were damaged or leaking. All were fine, but I still think Canon should spend an addition 2¢ on packaging an provide some sort of holder or wrapper for the cartridges or at lease some padding to protect them during shipping.
BTW, as for the complaints from customers who say they received non-genuine Canon ink, the lesson is simple: order only from Amazon or a major supplier that advertises on the Amazon site, such as B&H or Adorama; never order from one of the fly-by-night eBay-type sellers who work out of a p.o. box or their garage or the trunk of their car or from under a bridge somewhere. You may save a buck or two, but you have no assurance that you'll get what you think you paid for. I have never had any problems with Amazon -- they sell only genuine stuff, and they always stand behind what they sell.