Canon Genuine Toner Cartridge 137 Black (9435B001), 1-Pack, for Canon imageCLASS MF212w, MF216n, MF217w, MF244dw, MF247dw, MF249dw, MF227dw, MF229dw, MF232w, MF236n, LBP151dw, D570 Laser Printers
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- The cartridge 137 combines the toner, drum, and development all in one piece
- Canon Single Cartridge System
- Compatible with MF216N, MF236N, MF227DW, MF247DW, MF229DW, and MF249DW printers
- Please Note: Item does not expire
- It yields up to 2,400 pages based on ISO/IEC Standard
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Genuine Canon imageCLASS Toner 137 Black
Canon consumables genuinely make a difference. When you choose a Canon printer, you’re investing in quality, reliability and value. Canon ingenuity has earned many patents for its toner bottles, cartridges, drums, parts and toner. Genuine Canon supplies are designed specifically for Canon devices, to help ensure optimal performance and outstanding output time after time.
Genuine Canon Toner 137 yields approximately 2,400 pages (ISO / IEC Standards).
Made for Each Other
Your Canon device was made to work with Genuine Canon supplies
Genuine Canon products are designed to perform better than imitators because they’ve been specifically engineered for Canon devices, by the same engineers who design these devices.
All imageCLASS toner is made with Canon-approved materials, in Canon facilities, to Canon standards
Naturally, no one makes better parts and supplies for Canon products than Canon.
Why Are Genuine Canon Supplies Recommended?
- Enhanced quality, performance and life cycle of your Canon equipment.
- High yields, superior performance and highest quality output.
- Minimal jamming or malfunctioning of equipment.
- Minimal smearing, smudging and streaking.
All-in-One Cartridge System
The all-in-one cartridge system combines toner, drum, and the waste toner receptacle in one easy-to-replace unit. You’ll get excellent image quality retention, eliminating the cost, complication, and warehousing of separate toner and drum consumables.
MS Toner Technology - Expression of Precise Character
Magnetic Spherical Toner (MS Toner) improves melting performance, which maximizes the On-Demand Fusing technology through the use of less heat and pressure. This provides enhanced Quick First-Print performance which saves time and cuts energy costs, while delivering exceptional monochrome image quality and clear, fine black text.
Genuine Canon Hologram
It's easy to recognize Genuine Canon supplies. Look for the genuine Canon anti-counterfeiting hologram on the package - the hologram will change when tilted back and forth. Always look for the Canon logo and Genuine Canon logo on all your Canon supplies.
100% Recycle and Recovery - Canon’s Toner Cartridge Return
In 1990, Canon became one of the first companies to collect and recycle used all-in-one toner cartridges. To learn more and to process a cartridge return, please visit the official website.
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Designed by Canon engineers and manufactured in Canon facilities, GENUINE supplies are developed using precise specifications, so you can be confident that your Canon device will produce high-quality results consistently. Canon GENUINE Toner 137 Black yields approximately 2,400 pages, ISO/IEC standard.
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Canon, as other printer manufacturers, make cheap printers (in order to be able to compete in the market) and then are making profit on selling consumables at inflated price. Aftermarket cartridges which fit Canon sell for $12 to $20. Sure, their quality control and manufacturing precision is lower than OEM. $30 would be a fair price for a quality built cartridge which is guaranteed to work. At close to $70 it is a rip-off.
After the OEM cartridge ran out of toner, I got an aftermarket one. My Canon printer accepts aftermarket cartridges, but driver refuses to show toner status. Instead, it says "be careful about counterfeit cartridges" and sends one to a Japanese site where the customer is suggested to navigate japanese text to buy an OEM cartridge. Well, for Canon's information, there is a big difference between "aftermarket" and "counterfeit". And, also for their information, not all US customers are fluent in Japanese.
I truly wanted to use OEM cartridges hoping that they would last a lifetime. The cartridge which came with the printer, which was supposed to be half-filled and yield only 1200 pages, lasted 6 months. I made an effort to convince myself that I am getting a good deal by paying 5x higher price for the original cartridge assuming that it would last a year, but 700 pages instead of the promised 2400 and about 5 weeks of use? Sorry, something is wrong there.
Finally, we broke down and bought an OEM Canon toner cartridge. It was like night and day! The blacks popped, the grays shadowed correctly. The periods and commas were well pronounced.
Say what you want, but OEM is the way to go. Your eyes will thank you!
I am happy that Amazon has the Canon toner on Prime. Makes for easy reordering. But given my rate of consumption, I will have to do the subscribe and save option.
i just placed an order with Canon for the 137 toner. Yes I got second thoughts about the Amazon Canon Original toner...I was reading a document I just printed...toner at 50%. It was an eye strain, the print was light. If I can't also get the promised sheet count, I"m better off paying for a product that delivers legible printed sheets and close to the 2400 sheets it says it will deliver
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It is expensive so as long as it lasts...….I was tempted to by an off-brand product but wondered whether it might do damage in some way. So stuck with the Canon brand. Time will tell.