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CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer - £59.99 @ Currys PC World
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Was looking for a printer, zeroed in on this, on amazon its 98.87. So this appears much better in comparison. WiFi & PIXMA Cloud Link Apple AirPrint & Google Cloud Prin… Read more

Printers are essentially sold out everywhere. Lots of people working at home now.


I Bought this model recently from Curry's MG5750 the printer costs less than the ink & what a let down from Canon,the printer won't stay on even after connected to Wi-Fi and following the set up procedure, another bad point it stops printing with an error message saying their is no paper in the paper feeder tray even though the tray is full of paper, the rollers don't pull the paper in to the machine ,you have to stand their and coax them into the machine , Canon XL original cartridges cost a fortune between £60 - 80 for a set of 5 ,its not worth buying the smaller Canon ink cartridges as they just don't last, I bought Curry's Exclusive Ink Pack Yeah you heard me right Exclusive, as if they think they are doing you a favour - Curry's - Canon ink is £69.99 A Big Rip - Off for the printer ink, it says on the package XL but only one cartridge is XL 22ml all the rest are 7ml standard sizes very misleading advert as you think you are buying 5 XL cartridges, as you can't see the small print on the package online... I Sent it back to Curry's what a joke their customer services are ,they keep you waiting on the telephone line for up to 1 hour and when you do eventually get through they cut you off, i even tried emailing them several times ,guess what no reply plus waiting for a refund takes up to 21 days, i got my refund in 19 days & even after your item has been sitting in their returns depot for 4 days, what a joke they get the product back ,but it takes them 4 days to recognise they have a returned item. if i had known at the time of purchase how bad their non existent customer services were like, i wouldn't have bothered check to see their bad feed back over 18 pages of bad reviews, they have lost my custom as i had shopped with them for the last 9 years, but i had never tried in the past to get a refund,but now i know what a crap service they offer, that's Curry's - PC World.


Yes you can get cheaper office world inks for this


Can you get cheap cartridges for this?


I'm absolutely loving the £30 Pixma I posted a week ago from the official canon ebay outlet. It arrived in a few days, and been printing a bunch with it since. Love how small it is too, folds away into 25cm, great for storage.

Canon Pixma MG2550S All in One USB PictBridge Printer - £24.99 at Argos (Free collection)
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Back in stock, hope it helps. Printer: Compatible with PC and Mac. A4 print speed - black text: 8ppm (pages per minute). A4 print speed - colour text: 4ppm (pages per minute… Read more

150 k tonnes dumped each year says a large proportion Don’t


I don't understand your argument against my comment on the good reviews of these printers. The facts speak for themselves on this matter, showing these printers have consistently very good reviews having a very good average review score in each case. If you have "zero use" of colour why do you operate this printer - there are plenty of Mono laser printers out there which may be better suited to your needs and maybe there are even Mono-only inkjet printers. (skeptical)


With that logic, all products should have 100% 1 star reviews, or 100% 5 star reviews. Any deviation from that you would consider "odd". (skeptical) If you would like me to elaborate on my experience, my Pixma MG5750 refuses to print anything, be that grayscale or colour, if ANY cartridge is empty, which is completely bonkers. Sometimes you can trick it into printing greyscale under these conditions if you reset it and act quickly with your printing. This printer is also a scanner, but you cannot even use the scanner if the printer comes up with any one of its various error codes, usually related to the printer or cartridges. Recently it has decided to demand maintenance (and will not print or scan), my crime of course being not refilling the colour cartridges which I have zero use for. So do I have your blessing to find this product dreadful now?


TS5050 is still slightly better printer than MG5750 using the same cartridges. If you can find one atm it is around 59 gbp. I managed to get TS5051 the white version for 59.


The MG5750 compatible ink cartridges are cheap enough although I have not used them in my MG5750 from Currys £50 when I purchased still on the originals at the moment

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £34.99 at Currys PC World
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Technical specifications for CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer OVERVIEW Type Home printer Function - Print - Copy - Scan Print technology Inkjet Display 1.49” … Read more
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With ink


Does the MG2550 come with proper full size ink catridges or diddy little test ones so you have to buy ink almost immedtiately ?


My instant ink from HP , has expired, can I buy compatible cartridges and use them ? HP envy 6220. (y)


I'm a bit late saying this for you, but for others' benefit Which? magazine gave this printer 39% (anything under 40% gets a 'Don't Buy' label) when they tested it back in November 2017. They reviewed the MG2550 ( in September 2016 and gave it 64% (need 70% for a 'Best Buy' but still pretty good). I've been looking out for a printer for a while and they've all been out of stock, but have just bought the MG2550, not too bad for £25 (will be for scanning and occasional printing (prob black and white text mainly).


TS5050 should be better than this and compatbile refills are cheap as chips.

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print) £31.49 deliverd @ Currys / eBay
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Use the code PANORAMA and the price is £31.49 delivered Condition: New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging Model: TS31… Read more

Inkjets are such a pain, I find the more of the ink dries up than ever reaches the paper, any moderate level of printing you may as well go for a laser - even a mono laser (who really needs colour - printing photos at home is ridiculously expensive compared to just ordering prints online). And if you only print occasionally then surely the HP Instant ink deal is better value - ie 15 pages per month is completely free, 50 pages a month is just £1.99


So nearly went for that, but it doesn't even have automatic double-sided printing. The ink thing is great, but would be so annoying trying to manually print on both sides.


Bought a dud Epson from FB Marketplace for £15, so been looking for an alternative. This’ll do nicely!


So tempted by this as an option for printing kids school work etc, don't need it often. Don't want to waste £30 on it if its junk though. Being able to refiill the inks is good but can't be bothered putting up with an "error, low ink" every time I use it if thats what it might do. Also tempted by the CANON PIXMA TS5051 which has separate colour ink tanks and is quite cheap and compatibles easily available, but the reviews on it are terrible.


If you can afford it (they are more pricey upfront, but cheaper in the long run) I'd recommend getting a laser jet. Problem I've always had with Inkjet printers is that if they are not used regularly the heads dry up and you end up wasting ink / time trying to clear them. Not an issue with laser jet printers

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Canon pixma mg3650s wireless £29.99 @ Argos (Free C&C / £3.95 Delivery)
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Was looking for printer came across this. Compact and affordable, this All-In-One delivers superb borderless photos and crisp, sharp documents. Seamless links to the cloud and s… Read more

Cheap printer needed, light work.


This is not available in any stores


I've been using this for many years, good for photo printing


Seems a decent deal. Just realised the one that was on amazon had no WiFi built in where as the one your considering does. The ET-M1120 seems a good deal for £117 and the ink refill is cheap, think it would work out more cost effective than buying a laser printer too. I've gone for the deal i posted yesterday HP Smart Ink Tank Plus 555 All in one colour printer works out at £132 if HP pay out the £20 cashback which they usually do. Ink included claims to do upto 12,000 black pages and 8,000 colour pages.


Thanks! They have the EPSON Mono EcoTank ET-M1120 £170 to £130 on their site, and £117 with ebay 10% off code. It is the one up from yours, should i bite??

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys PC World
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CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys PC World
£49.99 Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer for £49.99 @ Currys

Is this better than ts5050?


Cheers for the help. I would like to print pictures too.


I went for a HP 5010 due to the HP instant ink deal which is coming to and end. It prints pictures too dark for my liking so trying to find something else. Sorry


What printer would you recommend chief? What printer would you recommend boss?


What printer would you recommend boss?

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer - £47.49 at Currys ebay
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CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer - £47.49 at Currys ebay
£47.49£493%eBay Deals
Bargain if you lucky enough to get one 5% off too be quick





I also have this, good price for a printer scanner, the BIG problem is if you purchase Canon Ink it is nearly as much as the MG5750 COMPLETE with ink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Which? might be outdated, or they might not feel comfortable directly recommending unbranded ink, I dunno. I guess they have to be upfront about the genuine Canon ink costs. I read this review and bought this printer based off it, because printing speed makes no difference to me and Internet Ink sells a refill pack for £13ish which is ideal.


OOS now

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, £34.99 at Currys/ebay (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print)
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CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer, £34.99 at Currys/ebay (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print)
£34.99£3910% Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
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Decent printer at fair price, hope it helps. Many thanks to @barneystuta for noticing (y) Specification MPN: 2226C008 App available: - Canon PRINT Inkjet - SELPHY Wireless … Read more

Great deal but out of stock now unfortunately.


I’ve used refillable cartridges for years & literally saved £100’s. Initial outlay approx £30 to £40 for a set of refillable tanks, syringes & inks. Probably takes 5 to 10 mins to refill them. Worth investing in a box of latex gloves to keep the ink off your hands. Occasionally get the ‘ink tank not recognised’ message, but just switch off the printer, remove the cartridges, wipe down the contacts & put them back on an hour later & always works for me.


In general manufacturers cartridge packs works out at £800 or more per litre There are "refill your own" systems.For instance Worth doing some research.


Having not owned one for a few years, are inkjet printers still a massive pain if you don't print often? Clogged heads, ink-intensive cleaning cycles, strange printed lines... They're so much cheaper and smaller than laser printers.


Just search on amazon or eBay with the printer model numbers of each and you’ll get your answer, on average on the TS5051 the carts are £7 for 5pk, didn’t look for this printer in the OP as they’re gonna be more expensive in the long run since there’s one singular colour ink cart rather than individual colours. Usually if the printer is a lot cheaper it’s because you can’t get compatible cartridges and the manufacturer will take a hit on the price of the printer and make it back from the ink sales

Canon Pixma MG5750 inkjet printer - £40.49 @ Currys eBay
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Canon Pixma MG5750 inkjet printer - £40.49 @ Currys eBay
£40.49 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Really great price by currys and get an extra 10% off so total price is £40.49

Compatible ink works fine on photos. A few years back I tried Canon ink Vs cheap ink. Could see very slight shades of difference, but just as good. Probably better still now


Thanks mate.


I print photos on my printer (different brand) using compatible ink, never had a problem.


I haven't had a printer for years and suddenly need one mainly for the kids and printing out the odd snap, I was wondering are the 3rd party cartridges capable of printing photos too? Thanks.


I just bought 2 full replacements ink sets for £22.50 on Internet Ink. That was mainly why I bought this printer, because the ink is cheap. Bought it last week for £50 because it kept going in and out stock, of course it's now £40 on a deal

CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print) £34.99 at Currys
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CANON PIXMA TS3150 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print) £34.99 at Currys
£34.99£3910% Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
Good printer and in stock with free delivery. Product features Includes 2 Canon FINE Cartridges WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print Up to 7.7 prints per minute Spe… Read more

Back in stock on ebay and direct.




Does this print onto CD's and DVD's ? Oh - and MANUAL 2 sided - no duplex then - rules this out for me. Two things I need in replacing my current Epson (which is showing it's age) are duplex and cd/dvd writing


here starting at £14.95


Are inkjet the same garbage as 10 years ago? I guess they are. Do yourself a favour and don't buy one, just go for a laser.

Canon PIXMA MG2550S Inkjet All in One USB PictBridge Printer - Black, £24.99 (+£3.95 delivery) at Argos
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Canon PIXMA MG2550S Inkjet All in One USB PictBridge Printer - Black, £24.99 (+£3.95 delivery) at Argos
Decent printer and in stock, might suit someone. The perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Cano… Read more

Just got one from curry's, back in stock bud (y)


Went to buy the MG5750 yesterday. Got to checkout and it wouldn't let me sign in. Requested a password reset and it wouldn't accept the new password. Clicking on the basket made the website crash. When I got back onto the original page it then said it was OOS. Tried their eBay page. Went to buy, signed into PayPal, clicked Buy and...OOS. Thanks Currys...


This could help to make the printer wireless, but only if found at a very cheap price it might be worth:


I buy my inks at stinky inks perfectly fine for me. Cost is really cheap. I can say they don't dry out even after couple weeks of no use. You don't need oem inks ppl


The TS705 seems the best of a bad bunch of easily available canon printers at the moment in regards to cartridge costs. £18 for a set. and the printer can be picked up for £60 Not really kept up to date on other makes as i've always been happy with Canon.

GRADE A1 - Canon Pixma IP110 A4 Compact Wireless Inkjet Colour Printer ( 9600 x 2400 dpi /1pl ink droplets) - £137.72 @ Laptops Direct
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GRADE A1 - Canon Pixma IP110 A4 Compact Wireless Inkjet Colour Printer ( 9600 x 2400 dpi /1pl ink droplets) - £137.72 @ Laptops Direct
Kf you want it new, here for £149.97:… Read more
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CANON PIXMA TS5051 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (5 starter cartridges included) - £49.98 (+£10 Delivery) @ Currys Business
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CANON PIXMA TS5051 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer (5 starter cartridges included) - £49.98 (+£10 Delivery) @ Currys Business
This Canon seems good for the price. Enjoy! Top features: - 40% smaller than previous models, giving you more office space - Print from anywhere with built in WiFI or via Appl… Read more
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Yep I had one for years with no problems, when that died I purchased cheapie Cannon 6 months later its been trapping the paper and now failed to print and not responding, due to covid Canon on reduced hours so waiting for a reply.


I find it to be picky with genuine cartridges haven't tried compatibles. But at least with compatibles you won't lose as much money.


I was considering this printer because of the availability of cheap compatible cartridges but are you saying the printer won't accept many of them?


No longer available.


Often £49.99 in store on a frequent basis, picked one up for ourselves and my parents. To be honest, I thought they’d be some form of Bluetooth or usb function for printing (as we had no internet service after moving into our new home), nothing just SD or WiFi. Prints well, but as mentioned above; cartridges are steeply priced.

Canon Pixma MG3050 All-In-One Wireless Printer - Black £25.99 at Argos/eBay
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Canon Pixma MG3050 All-In-One Wireless Printer - Black £25.99 at Argos/eBay
£25.99£2910%eBay Deals
Clearance stock, decent printer at a reasonable price. Experience the freedom of Wi-Fi connectivity. Wirelessly print documents from your smart device. Print from the cloud. Fas… Read more

Have a look at the big companies such as John Lewis and Currys. I find previous postings about HP printers on here helpful including where to find codes to extend your instant ink free trial which’s always nice.


Do you have a link please? Looking to replace my hp printer on the cheap as I rarely print anything but need one for the rare time I do need to. Edit: cheapest I’ve found$ja=tsid:59130%7Cacid:289-152-2757%7Ccid:599609992%7Cagid:24126986217%7Ctid:pla-344528829103%7Ccrid:94168542777%7Cnw:g%7Crnd:14893217069575109530%7Cdvc:c%7Cadp:1o7%7Cmt:%7Cloc:9045798&utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=599609992&utm_term=&utm_content=shopping&utm_custom1=24126986217&utm_custom2=289-152-2757&gclid=CjwKCAiAhJTyBRAvEiwAln2qB0NdbCkaVPPc6K6LuDcYeDC1cnM9iz4AagoZ7VuGEpL3CsgfOYxG_BoCfwQQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


The HP printers aren’t any more expensive either.


Thanks for that seems like an interesting option


This may explain things.....

Canon PIXMA MG3650S £29.99 @ Argos (Free Click & Collect)
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Canon PIXMA MG3650S £29.99 @ Argos (Free Click & Collect)
Enjoy straightforward printing, copying and scanning using your smartphone or tablet or directly access cloud storage via PIXMA Cloud Link - all thanks to the Canon PRINT app. Pri… Read more
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Photos come out fine on my laser printer using proper photo paper. I wouldn't call them pointless but anyone with more than a few photos to print would get a company to print them for a tenth of the cost


Lasers a bloody good but are pointless for the average home user, what if you want to print photo's? Ecotank is the printer to get!


When printed on photo paper, they are decent enough


Are they decent for photos these days? (Not professional level but good enough for home photos e.g. of the baby, to give grandparents, etc)


Set an alert for laser printer on HUKD. Probably 1 a week appears around the £100 mark. Got mine 4 years ago and still on the same cartridges. Works out for 1p per page monochrome and 5p per page for colour. These inkjets cost about 5-10 times as much. £32.99 if you don't need colour

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £45.00 at Currys PC World
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CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £45.00 at Currys PC World
£45£69.1335%Currys PC World Deals
Convenient The PIXMA MG5750 is an ideal addition to your home computing setup, so you can print, scan and copy from one device. It's easy to control, view and connect with your… Read more

Have this printer and works well but drinks ink (both normal and compatibles) and constantly needs to clean its self like every print.


Whats the quality of the compatible inks like please? Considering purchasing this.




You can get 2 full sets of ink on Amazon for £8.


Cheers much appreciated (y)

CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £45 at Currys PC World
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CANON PIXMA MG5750 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £45 at Currys PC World
WiFi & PIXMA Cloud Link Apple AirPrint & Google Cloud Print 4800 x 1200 dpi Up to 12.6 ipm
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Well after owning a previous Canon model that had a print head failure, I did lots of research and costings of other printers at the same price point. I ended up going for this one but also took of the no quibble replacement plan, so if it fails they give me a new one.


Would u recommend this? I'm also looking at hp envy which is 10 quid cheaper and has the free hp ink for 5 months.


The same issue as PineappleJ above. Paper feed issue. Print quality is great even with non oem ink which is incredibly cheap


had this about a year now and its a great printer cheap ink best budget printer i have bought and stuck with and no i dont work for cannon but feel free to help a brother out lol


Been through 3?what were the problems as I'm looking at this or the hp envy on offer too on curry's.

Canon PIXMA TS3150 Student Essentials Printer Bundle £36.99 at Argos
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Canon PIXMA TS3150 Student Essentials Printer Bundle £36.99 at Argos
Looks decent value with that added extras

Thanks I’ll search it 👌


Hp instant ink. Is anot 3 or 4 month trial, fil color as you want, up to 750 pages in full colour per month


Is there any suggestion for £30 , just black and 500 pages ? I don’t mind any montly trial or etc.


This same price level and HP Envy wit 4 or 6 month free printing, extendable by referrals. Cold.

Canon PIXMA IX6850 Colour Inkjet A3 Printer £78.59 @ Viking Direct
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Canon PIXMA IX6850 Colour Inkjet A3 Printer £78.59 @ Viking Direct
Now under £80 for this A3 Printer. EDIT - now showing "Temporarily out of stock Order now and we will deliver when available " This Canon Pixma IX6850 colour printer is just w… Read more

Was very interested in this - about 40% of the Amazon price (although Amazon prices these days are at the overpriced end not cheapest these days) - when I noticed the reviews. They are awful. Lots of 1 star from international reviews while home reviews apart from the odd one are positive, make of that what you will. People who have to send them back say dealing with Canon is a nightmare. And thats with Amazon - who Ive always found to be excellent and the best for returns ! Of course only way to find out is to try for yourself.


What's the a3 photo prints out of this like?

Canon PIXMA TR4551 Wireless Inkjet Printer £34.99 @ Argos
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Canon PIXMA TR4551 Wireless Inkjet Printer £34.99 @ Argos
£34.99£49.9930%Argos Deals
Compact and stylish, this multifunctional printer can copy, scan and fax multiple page documents with the 20-Sheet ADF. With high productivity and seamless wireless connectivity, i… Read more
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Well, I work in a library and regularly have customers having to fax stuff because companies and government departments refuse to accept anything but faxed documents. Consider yourself surprised. (party)


No. Honestly if you regularly print out pictures I would recommend using an online service. Much cheaper and less hassle. Inkjets are good, but proper quality printouts are expensive and unless you spend a lot on the consumables and have a multiple colour system they aren't going to replace film processing. There is always a compromise when it comes to home printing, it usually comes down to cost. Obviously if you just want a quick printout then any of these sub £50 printers will do...


Yes, I would be surprised...


You'll find even expensive HP printers don't come with a USB cable any more...


A surprising number of places won't accept scanned and emailed docs and insist on documents being faxed to them. Despite scanners and faxes being, basically, the same device with different connections.

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