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Compatable Canon Printer Ink Cartridges, CL-41 & PG-40, Both for £8 Huge saving!!!..ASDA
Compatable Canon Printer Ink Cartridges, CL-41 & PG-40, Both for £8 Huge saving!!!..ASDA

Compatable Canon Printer Ink Cartridges, CL-41 & PG-40, Both for £8 Huge saving!!!..ASDA

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Found these in Asda Corby but think deal is nationwide,(edit-CONFIRMED) two for £8 offers also on compatable HP, Lexmark and Epson cartridges.
These Ink cartriges are In Asda's own packaging.
The PG-40 (28ml) black is normally £9.97 the CL-41 (3x8ml) colour is normally £13.97.
Both for only £8!!! (you would be lucky to get these compatable Canon cartridges for less than £25 elsewhere).
suitable for : -
Canon 450 Canon Pixma IP1200 Canon Pixma IP1300 Canon Pixma IP1600 Canon Pixma IP1700 Canon Pixma IP2200 Canon Pixma IP2400 Canon Pixma MP150 Canon Pixma MP160 Canon Pixma MP170 Canon Pixma MP180 Canon Pixma MP210 Canon Pixma MP220 Canon Pixma MP450 Canon Pixma MP460 Canon Pixma MP470 Canon Pixma MX300 Canon Pixma MX310

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would these fit a Canon Pixma IP1900 they look the same cartridge.

Absolute bargain if nationwide....will definately be stocking up if correct!

Banned

my canon MP450 has just packed up as well so dont need these anymore but was paying loads more so a great deal heat added

Online looks like re fill kits are 2 for £8 not the cartridges.

Original Poster

I have fitted and tested both the ink cartridges I have just bought and I am delighted with the results.
Very chuffed at this price as I usually have to spend well over £25.

[SIZE="4"][COLOR="Blue"]Both for £8-----Well content![/COLOR][/SIZE]

would be grateful if anyone could update as to whether they have stock of these at the york branch ?
cheers

any in the Barnsley branch anyone?

Can anyone confirm this?

have some heat

I must be missing something here. I use an Epson 935 photo printer and the last lot of cartridges were 10 for £7.50. Even if the ink does not last as well as a genuine ink, it must be cheaper to reprint every few years if needed.

So can anyone else confirm this...............

UPDATE - Just called ASDA at Derby but no stock for third party ones there. Not sure whether the offers on everywhere either - I spoke to a very simple man who was of very little use!

great deal

Is it that good?

I just ordered 5 (Canon compatible) cartridges for £15 here amazon.co.uk/CLI…8-1

Good price.

good price but i bought a refill kit ages ago. no mess and easy to do and cheaer in the long run
HOT DEAL THOUGH.

Sorry but I don't see this. Neither do I see it instore. Can someone please help out to verify. Thanks.

Personally, I prefer to drill and re-fill, but I gave heat. The MP210 printer we bought last year cost £34, plus with the £20 cashback offer that Canon were offering, made this cheap printer a real bargain. Ended up costing £14 delivered from Amazon.
Asda also did real basic re-fill kits that I picked up for £1 for magenta and cyan, and £1 for black and yellow.
We've re-filled 3 times since buying the printer, third time was this week.
Both cartridges needed to be drilled and the kits even came with clear button sticky seals.
The downside to re-filling Canon cartridges is that the lights will stay flashing on the printer due to the cartridge microchip.

Re-fill instuctions for Canon CL-41 here ]http//ww…htm
and Canon PG-40 here ]http//ww…htm

Set of 6 decent compatible cartridges for my Epson are just £5 at local computer fair. Used them for years and thousands of pages and photos without any problems.

Yes, these supermarket compatibles are cheaper than originals but they are hardly cheap are they?

Warm deal.

Original Poster

stonebear;6660572

Is it that good?I just ordered 5 (Canon compatible) cartridges for £15 … Is it that good?I just ordered 5 (Canon compatible) cartridges for £15 here http://www.amazon.co.uk/CLI8-PGI5-CHIP-Compatible-comnination/dp/B001EP5X1G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1256249658&sr=8-1



If you have a printer like the one mentioned above or an Epson that uses the low cost cartridges without built in printer heads you probably will not appreciate how cheap it is to get a CL-41 & PG-40 for £8.
If your printer does use the expensive type with built in printer heads I hope you manage to fill your boots in your local Asda..
Genuine Canon replacements can cost £40+ and compatables £25 +.
:thumbsup:

Agree with Thermal Rider - CL-41 and PG-40 are particularly difficult to find cheap replacements for. £8 for both sounds like a great price to me.

There's someone local to me who will refill them for £5 each, which seemed like a good price. I suppose I could do the refills myself for less but it sounds like a messy hassle.

Serves me right for getting a cheap printer, I guess...

benjus;6662450

Agree with Thermal Rider - CL-41 and PG-40 are particularly difficult to … Agree with Thermal Rider - CL-41 and PG-40 are particularly difficult to find cheap replacements for. £8 for both sounds like a great price to me.



Indeed. With [url]www.ukdvdr.co.uk[/url] selling compatible ones for £11.05 (PG-40) & £13.25 (CL-41) the Asda price (of £8) is an absolute steal.
If it is nationwide, that is.

just binned off my mp210 for a shiny new Epson lol. I got fed up paying more than the printers price in ink every few months so went back to Epson and got 4 sets of compatible cartridges for £13. If this offer had been in my local store I would have stocked up on them.

This is defiantly on in Bristol went to 2 branches as didnt have the coloured ones left in longwell green so went to Bedminster wasnt promoted on shelf but scanned through bargain !!!!!!!!!!!!

stonebear;6660572

Is it that good?I just ordered 5 (Canon compatible) cartridges for £15 … Is it that good?I just ordered 5 (Canon compatible) cartridges for £15 here http://www.amazon.co.uk/CLI8-PGI5-CHIP-Compatible-comnination/dp/B001EP5X1G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1256249658&sr=8-1



Its a different one - i have a Pixma MP210 and the cartridges are notoriously expensive - i wanted to get one of the continuous ink systems from 7 day shop but they seem to have stopped selling the one for my model!

This is a cracking deal (if available) - i will reserve judgement until i have been though, as Asda deals rarely are available in my local store!

futura;6664328

Its a different one - i have a Pixma MP210 and the cartridges are … Its a different one - i have a Pixma MP210 and the cartridges are notoriously expensive - i wanted to get one of the continuous ink systems from 7 day shop but they seem to have stopped selling the one for my model!



What about this one?

7dayshop.com/cat…296

screamingninja;6664628

What about this … What about this one?http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_2&products_id=106296



Cool... thanks for that! I had my eye on one of these too, but it went from "Stock on order" to "Sold out" so I assumed they had discontinued it and stopped checking.

benjus;6665248

Cool... thanks for that! I had my eye on one of these too, but it went … Cool... thanks for that! I had my eye on one of these too, but it went from "Stock on order" to "Sold out" so I assumed they had discontinued it and stopped checking.



No problem I also did some calculations and to the cost of refilling the system with 80ml*4 using the refills from 7dayshop (who are the cheapest i could find) is £16.85 which is only £1.14 less than buying the complete unit again!!

I have the same printer, MP210, and I'm just about to order one of these.

seems good to me
got one of canon pixma 460 with card reader /scanner and lcd screen for £25 from argos 2 years but have not used it due to the price of the inks
will look in a bit, suppose i could of gone down the refilling route though :oops:

does anyone have any idea how long the continuous ink systems last? also whether they work with cartridges that have been previously refilled (by a shop). I have the mp210 and it costs a fortune! thanks:thumbsup:

ttc4eva, i've replied to your pm. Also, i can't see why it won't work with cartridges that have previously been refilled by a shop as the principle is the same: make a small hole in the cartridge, put a syringe type device in and inject the ink. With the standard refills, it's just a case of plugging the hole and with the ink system i guess it's like a catheter for a drip in hospital!!

3.1415926;6661098

Sorry but I don't see this. Neither do I see it instore. Can someone … Sorry but I don't see this. Neither do I see it instore. Can someone please help out to verify. Thanks.



Smoking hot deal, picked up £72 of cartridges for £24 in Asda Queslett. Not marked on shelf price, but scanned through fine.

worked for me. Staff looked very surprised, at first were reluctant to test scan both together for me as said no way were they in the promotion. produces great quality prints too.

Same here. Not all had promo stickers on them and when I asked to test scan she said they wern't in the 2 for £8 offer based on the fact that the first scanned at £14. When she scanned the second she was quite surprised! So was the next cashier when I went back for 2 more! Great deal. HOOOOOT!

screamingninja;6665481

No problem I also did some calculations and to the cost of refilling … No problem I also did some calculations and to the cost of refilling the system with 80ml*4 using the refills from 7dayshop (who are the cheapest i could find) is £16.85 which is only £1.14 less than buying the complete unit again!!I have the same printer, MP210, and I'm just about to order one of these.



Had the black ones in my asda but no colour ones
but had ink refils and they were marked up as 2 for £8 too
Didn't look what size they were but that 2 of each colour for £8 including black
what size do they normally come in and can you refill the continuious ink supply
thanks

scoot;6700521

Had the black ones in my asda but no colour onesbut had ink refils and … Had the black ones in my asda but no colour onesbut had ink refils and they were marked up as 2 for £8 tooDidn't look what size they were but that 2 of each colour for £8 including blackwhat size do they normally come in and can you refill the continuious ink supplythanks



Yes, the continuous ink systems can be refilled and the continuous ink system refills from 7dayshop work out much cheaper.

£3.99 for 90ml black and £4.99 for 90ml colour (containing 30ml of each colour).

The JR system from 7dayshop (which is now out of stock and on order btw) comes with 320ml ink which consists of 80ml black and 80ml of each of the 3 colours.

My ink system from 7dayshop has been dispatched and i should receive it sometime this week, depending on the strikes. I'll let you know how i get on

The CISS arrived today and after a bit of head scratching, i managed to get it up and running on the MP210 within an hour and a half but it would probably take around 15-20 minutes if i ever do it again.

The whole system with 320ml ink for £17.99. Equivalent to 10 colour and about 3 black cartidges. OK it may not be as simple as just swapping cartridges but it means i can be a bit more extravagant with print quality.

Deal still on! Got some more for my Dad at Asda Living (Bristol) today. No black ones left now though!

my local only had colours so if anyone wants me to get them some or do a swap for some black then let me know!

I have 2 colour ones being held at the Asda Boldon store until cob on 4th November if anyone wants them - just let me know
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