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Review of Canon CL-38 - colour (cyan, magenta, yellow) - original - ink cartridge (CL38)

Super

Prints colour beautifully, can buy them in lots of places both online and high street.

Doesn't last very long, much better to buy the CL41 cartridge instead.

...The Canon CL-38 Ink cartridge is a colour inkjet cartridge; we use it for our Canon Pixma MP190 printer but it also fits in the Canon Pixma i1800, i1900, i2500, i2600, MP140, MP210, MP220, MP440, MX300 and MX310 printers. I have tried refilled cartridges in the past but on both occasions when I have tried these, our printer hasn't recognized them! So to save us hassle I have continued to buy...

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Review of Canon CL-41 - colour (cyan, magenta, yellow) - original - ink cartridge (0617B001)

Excellent

Prints everything fine, quick to install and remove, reliable.

The price maybe? But I think you get what you pay for^^

...things that we need in colour such as maps and pictures and they come out crisp and clear and dry very quickly. The ink is however not suitable for photo paper and not waterproof, so if that is what you need I'd buy something different. You can buy this cartridge for £22 from Staples (Thank you Bollinger^^) Online (but, wait, there's more, if you buy three of them in one go, they give you a 5...

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Review of Parker Cartridges Permanent Black

Super

“Ink cartridges”

published 05/11/2013

Write nicely, no mess

None

...one colour to another as I feel once the ink is in the pen that is the colour it is meant to be. The cartridges are extremely easy to change and what I like about them is that they do not produce any mess at all. The cartridge has a thin plastic sheath at the top and all that you do is pop it into the top of the pen which in doing so breaks the sheath and allows the ink to flow whilst the cartridge...

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