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Canon PIXMA MG2550S (A4) Colour Inkjet Multifunction Printer (Print/Copy/Scan) 26.71 delivered @ buyer eBay, Only 6 available.
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Canon PIXMA MG2550S (A4) Colour Inkjet Multifunction Printer (Print/Copy/Scan)
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cullies6 h, 45 m ago

No Wireless printing...............no good for most people nowadays


No Wireless printing...............no good for most people nowadays
This one is £24.99 in Argos if you have stock near you.
Canon PIXMA MG2550S 4800 x 600 All-In-One Printer £19.99 (Prime) / £24.74 (non Prime) at Amazon
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PIXMA MG2550SThe perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Canon PIXMA MG2550S's print engine is built… Read more
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Have some heat, I have seen a lot of printers for sub £20. Personally I would not buy another inkjet - I spent the extra on a colour laser printer. If I need photos printed out I send them to Snapfish or pay a visit to Tesco and use their in-store options (I have the luxury of many "instant" photo booths where I live). It always brings a smile to my face when I see these printers so checp and then discover the replacement inks cost more than the printer!
Ink is cheap £12 asda
no WiFi at this price which makes it very limited
Been waiting for a decent price to replace my old knackered one
Just a WiFi connectivity would have been good
Canon Pixma TS8150 £89 @ Amazon + further £30 cashback from Canon
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Been looking for a good all-in-one photo printer for home use and this seems to tick a lot of the boxes. The Amazon price is £119. To get this price you need to apply the £30 vouc… Read more
Thought cashback wasn't allowed in the shown price for deals here because it's not guaranteed and Canon even state there is a limit in the terms iirc.
Owned Pixma IP4500 and then Pixma IP4600. Power supplies in both packed up - seems it was a common problem,

Won't touch Canon inkjets now. Maybe someone can tell me those problems are long gone.
Heat added. I was just about to post the same! I almost bought it when it was £149 and I saw the £30 Amazon voucher. Glad I waited.
I've had the Canon MP500 for 10 years and as much as I love it, it takes up a lot of space. This is a top spec Canon printer, I hope it lasts as long as the MP500.
Not sure why this is being voted cold. It’s a very good printer at a great price. Ink price will come down as always
Excellent printer at a bargain price. Heat added. Still quite new and so compatible inks are not yet available. Would expect that to change quite quickly. Only downside is lack of a cutsheet feeder.
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Canon PIXMA MG2550S Multi-Function Inkjet Printer, £19.98 from Ebuyer
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Free delivery, amazon price matched. print, copy, scan colour Up to 8 ipm (mono) / up to 4 ipm (colour) energy saving built in
jnigel261 h, 41 m ago

Want a cheap printer that's pretty good - under 20 quid is 1990s prices. …Want a cheap printer that's pretty good - under 20 quid is 1990s prices. As for Narcotix comment replacement ink prices not bad either, I don't agree. INKS is where people get really ripped off. You buy a printer at rock bottom price, then pay through the nose for its refill ink.I have a Office (Epson) printer all singing dancing one. The price of refills (CMYK) is horrendous! Don't use cheap refills it says. I buy cheapies at around 12 cartridges for 7 quid - originals would cost me 90 quid! I fake the printer into thinking they are 'original' Epson, and it works a treat! I have had it now for 5 years (I dread the day it packs up as it has been superb, best printer I have ever had since I first bought one in 1980! Occasionally you get a cartridge not recognised and it's simple, switch off, switch on - away it prints (some mistakenly then contact Epson and sign up to changes, mistake!)So if you want the best printer, scanner, copier out there for peanuts get the Office BX305FW Plus. Brilliant. Now discontinued but you can find them.With cartridges so cheap why wouldn't you?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Compatible-Cartridge-WF-3010DW-WF-3520DWF-WF-3530DTWF/dp/9088004935/ref=sr_1_11_sspa?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1511265767&sr=1-11-spons&keywords=epson+office+bx305fw+perfect+print&psc=1



A complete set of cheapies for the Canon printer can be found for £7.99 inclusive of VAT!

While a complete set of Genuine inks are £22.90 (Amazon Link)

How is that a rip off compared to the prices you quoted for your now discontinued printer?
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Want a cheap printer that's pretty good - under 20 quid is 1990s prices.
As for Narcotix comment replacement ink prices not bad either, I don't agree. INKS is where people get really ripped off. You buy a printer at rock bottom price, then pay through the nose for its refill ink.

I have a Office (Epson) printer all singing dancing one. The price of refills (CMYK) is horrendous! Don't use cheap refills it says. I buy cheapies at around 12 cartridges for 7 quid - originals would cost me 90 quid!
I fake the printer into thinking they are 'original' Epson, and it works a treat! I have had it now for 5 years (I dread the day it packs up as it has been superb, best printer I have ever had since I first bought one in 1980! Occasionally you get a cartridge not recognised and it's simple, switch off, switch on - away it prints (some mistakenly then contact Epson and sign up to changes, mistake!)

So if you want the best printer, scanner, copier out there for peanuts get the Office BX305FW Plus. Brilliant. Now discontinued but you can find them.
With cartridges so cheap why wouldn't you?
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Looks like a good printer for the price and the cost of replacement ink doesn't seem too bad either.
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Canon PIXMA MG2550S Multi-Function Inkjet Printer + FREE Canon Yellow Label White Paper 500 Sheets £19.98 del @ Ebuyer
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Decent deal with free paper :) PIXMA MG2550S The perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Canon PI… Read more
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i've just bought an MG3053 for £30 from Argos, as it is wireless with smartphone and cloud printing capabilities

Canon do XL versions of their inks, found 1xBlack XL & 1xColour XL bundle for £30 on groupon which is the same price Argos charge for the standard bundle

however, checking original ink vs compatible ink there isn't really much price difference, unless you're printing off by the ream and you're less likely to brick your printer (i'm not sure if this still happens?!)
Recycled mine.. print quality not great and catridges dry out over night.
Need a printer for the kids, would this the best for getting compatible cheaper inks from eBay?
Any tips will be greatly appreciated
Thanks
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CANON PIXMA MX535 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax - £39.99 @ Currys
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The Which? top choice printer of the month at a cracking price from Curry's Read more: https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/printers-and-ink/article/the-which-top-choice-printer-of-th… Read more
£29 at Asda in Stores
cullies1st Nov

If I find cheap ink options, just refill originals

I can't be bothered phaffing around with refill kits any more, though the colours with the refill packs that I used to get from Costco, long ago, were poor for colour matching compared to the cheap-enough third party cartridges that I now use. But yes, that's one option if you can source consistently good inks and I even used to enjoy the satisfaction of doing it, up to a point. Whatever works.
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Duplex printing? States single sided printing on the currys website.
If I find cheap ink options,


just refill originals
Canon Pixma MG3053 All in One Wireless Printer £26.99 with code @ Argos
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Been asked for any printers under £30, as it seems cheaper to just replace them than buy cartridges these days. Argos have a 10% off Canon Printers promo, and spotted this as the c… Read more
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2xXL cartridges for £30 on groupon (+TCB)
No Apple AirPrint and no cheap compatible cartridges.

For those reasons, I'm out.
I can't see where to put the code in either?
I've reserved one but couldn't input the discount code so it's £29.99 for me not that bothered about two quid tho......... ** jumps off roof** .....
hethekid23 h, 36 m ago

Can’t use reservation so it’s 26.99 + 3.95 delivery


I reserved for store collection.
Canon PIXMA MG4250 Wi-Fi All-In-One Colour Printer - £35.99 with code (Was £39.99) @ Argos
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Nice printer for the price. Supports Airprint from Apple which is always a plus for any Apple households. Use code ' CANON10 ' at checkout to receive discounted price. The Can… Read more
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ianhalling28th Oct

NOT TRUE ! Sorry to embarass you on here but the Genuine Canon 540 and 541 …NOT TRUE ! Sorry to embarass you on here but the Genuine Canon 540 and 541 XL High capacity inks (massive page yields) come in around £32.50 a set.4.5 Stars out of 600+ reviews and your "reliability issues" claim also goes right out the window !


Embarrassment is not an issue here. I use a Laser after many Inkjet variants. Laser IS cheaper overall, lasts considerably longer and breaks down mush less often. I run my busy office with Laser units and wouldn't dream of using expensive and poor quality Inkjets. You however can buy what you like.
androoski13 h, 23 m ago

I've been trying Epson, HP, Canon, Brother over the last few years, in …I've been trying Epson, HP, Canon, Brother over the last few years, in some cases two of each. All died and went to the dump. I now treat inkjets as disposable items.


Or treat them as "replaceable items" with the 3-year guarantee offered - honestly 3 years of printing for £45.98 ( £35.99 + £9.99 extra warranty) is still good value for money in my opinion !
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I've been trying Epson, HP, Canon, Brother over the last few years, in some cases two of each. All died and went to the dump. I now treat inkjets as disposable items.
dheydl30 m ago

I had an IP4000 and an IP4300. Cheap to run for an inkjet with great …I had an IP4000 and an IP4300. Cheap to run for an inkjet with great quality for the price but both died without warning. Flimsy power supplies just carked it on both - a known Canon failing. No way to repair either. Now I run a laser. Super cheap to run, quicker to print and no print head issues if not used daily.


In any case Argos are offerring a 3-year replacement warranty for £9.99 which still makes this printer excellent value for the money.
Fish201328th Oct

Not for me. I've had three Canon printers in over five years, an IP …Not for me. I've had three Canon printers in over five years, an IP 4300,an MG 5350, and, lastly, an MG 7150. These all developed faults which resulted in having to bin them. On two of these, the print heads failed (a replacement is more expensive than a new printer!) and as a last resort, I tried flushing them out...nope! I now have an HP Envy 4520, which I bought at Curry's for £39.99 and it's a far better printer than any of the Canons I had.


I had an IP4000 and an IP4300. Cheap to run for an inkjet with great quality for the price but both died without warning. Flimsy power supplies just carked it on both - a known Canon failing. No way to repair either.
Now I run a laser. Super cheap to run, quicker to print and no print head issues if not used daily.
CANON PIXMA MX925 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax - was £99.97 now £79.97 @ Amazon
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PrinterHigh productivity, powerful Office All-In-One with Wi-Fi and XXL ink optionPowerful and productive 5-ink All-In-One offering XL and XXL ink options, Wi-Fi, Ethernet and 35-p… Read more
Had two canons, both failed, they spend several minutes on startup and shutdown cleaning themselves even if you want to just scan, AKA wasting ink! Better go for a HP printer with an instant ink and cashback deal.
I have 2 of these and have just placed an order for a 3rd. I use one at home and have 2 kids at University, hence the need for 3.
These are exceptionally cheap to run, rarely clog, have a useful sheet feeder for copying and the scanner is of good quality. Couple this to the excellent connectivity, being able to print directly from your phone, print when away from home etc. Excellent reliability and low power consumption. Can't think of anything better at this price.
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sola353 h, 59 m ago

it sends a copy of the original document only.



It`s actually very useful.
If you send a fax to another fax machine (or fax application) anywhere in the world, when your machine has finished without an error message, you know that the image has actually arrived and been printed* wherever its been sent.
You can`t say that about an email. You don`t even know when or whether it will get there*
You can`t say that about a letter and it will take much longer"
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Dilithium22 m ago

That's okay to hear the words, but what if they're written in another …That's okay to hear the words, but what if they're written in another language, will the phone call translate them into English?


it sends a copy of the original document only.
Canon PIXMA MG2550s Printer, Scanner & Copier £19 at Asda
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No wifi but still ok for the price. The printer supports Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP SP3 (32bit only), Mac OS x 10.6.8 or later. It also supports mobile systems Windows RT. Softwar… Read more
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renard13 h, 14 m ago

I have owned two Canon Pixma printers (not the model offered here) and …I have owned two Canon Pixma printers (not the model offered here) and cannot speak too highly. Absolutely no problems whatsoever in over six years.



Thanks renard
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apfel2132 m ago

I too had a Canon Pixma all in one, a great printer and scanner, lasted …I too had a Canon Pixma all in one, a great printer and scanner, lasted for several years and never had a problem with it. Plus the inks are reasonably priced. I have an HP one now and it's the worst thing I ever bought! Heat added



Thanks apfel21
I too had a Canon Pixma all in one, a great printer and scanner, lasted for several years and never had a problem with it. Plus the inks are reasonably priced. I have an HP one now and it's the worst thing I ever bought! Heat added
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I too have a Canon Pixma and it works great, had it a about 8 years.
omendata3 h, 39 m ago

Awful printers no wonder its only £19.Pixma printers are a nightmare for …Awful printers no wonder its only £19.Pixma printers are a nightmare for clogging and electrical issues.I refuse to repair em now!Go for HP , Oki or my personal fave Brother you wont end up with problems and they will last a lifetime!


I have owned two Canon Pixma printers (not the model offered here) and cannot speak too highly. Absolutely no problems whatsoever in over six years.
Canon PIXMA iP7250 Colour Inkjet Printer With Wi-Fi £39.98 @ Amazon
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Chasloyal28th Aug

Well you clearly have not needed to deal with all the stuff I've had to as …Well you clearly have not needed to deal with all the stuff I've had to as regarding legal stuff, finances, power of attorney etc etc etc. Doubt there was a week last year that someone from a bank, legal firm or governmental office somewhere in the UK, Austria, Germany or Isle of Man didn't want scanned copies of something or other.Oh and when your work is being the full time carer of an infirm parent then to 'scan stuff at work' involves having the scanner, yep you've guessed it, there in the house

Sure some will need to scan lots of things like you. But to say it is "essential" for everyone just because you need one? I don't think your situation is quite reflective of most people really. The average person in the street doesn't have a major need to scan documents regularly, so it's not "essential" in most cases.
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" ... OS - Windows 7 (32 / 64bit)^Windows Vista SP1, SP2 (32 /64bit)^Windows XP SP3 (32bit)^Mac OS X 10.5.8 - 10.8 ..."
I'm using on Win 10 and have had some issues (not show-stoppers but annoying).
DominicPTS58 m ago

Essential?! Really?! I can scan stuff at work, I can count on one hand …Essential?! Really?! I can scan stuff at work, I can count on one hand how often I've needed to. I can take a photo of something and send that by email usually, on rare occasions I need to. Most printers have scanners so most people view them as essential. Yes to some they will be, but not most. My photos are stored on phone or camera and can be airprinted to the printer, as can documents I need printing.


Well you clearly have not needed to deal with all the stuff I've had to as regarding legal stuff, finances, power of attorney etc etc etc. Doubt there was a week last year that someone from a bank, legal firm or governmental office somewhere in the UK, Austria, Germany or Isle of Man didn't want scanned copies of something or other.

Oh and when your work is being the full time carer of an infirm parent then to 'scan stuff at work' involves having the scanner, yep you've guessed it, there in the house
Chasloyal27th Aug

Handy? I'd say it's pretty damm essential to have a scanner these days, to …Handy? I'd say it's pretty damm essential to have a scanner these days, to be honest I didn't even know you still get standalone scanners nor printers that ain't all in one in the year 2017 either(shock)

Essential?! Really?! I can scan stuff at work, I can count on one hand how often I've needed to. I can take a photo of something and send that by email usually, on rare occasions I need to. Most printers have scanners so most people view them as essential. Yes to some they will be, but not most. My photos are stored on phone or camera and can be airprinted to the printer, as can documents I need printing.
Canon Pixma MG2550S MFC Inkjet Printer AIO £19.99 (Was £25.99) Delivered with code @ CartridgePeople
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This printer is a bit of a bargain! Perfect timing too, for back to school and Uni starters alike, Scan copy and print use code ' AFFPRINTER ' at checkout. Family photos and t… Read more
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This printer is a bit of a bargain!
Talk about big up your deal and make people think it's better than it is.
allowed22nd Aug

Yes but it is a starter catridg

Apparently then one I uploaded comes with two full ink cartridges from Argos. For 23.99 so have q look at mine
Nooooo ! £20 for the printer with ink included that will do about 180 pages....thats equal to about 11p/sheet, but afterwards, when you need to buy replacement inks then a pair of those you'll find will cost about £25 and that will bump the price per sheet up to 14p... (It's cheaper overall, to buy an epson or brother if youre going to do more than 180 pages on it!)
Asda did a £20 canon printer a few years ago, people were buying them, using up the ink then when they discovered that it was cheaper to buy another printer than to buy more ink, they either tried to sell it or dumped the almost new item into landfill....ebay had a mountain of people trying to get rid of them for a few quid.
Saving the environment has never been my first concern, but when this happens it just seems so blatently wrong!
Does anyone know if I should check the price of toners before buying a printer?
It is fun to take photos and print out using in-house printer. But the killer for a cheap printer is the price of its cartridge. It's almost same as the price of printer!
Canon Pixma MG2550S All in One Printer Argos for £23.99
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PIXMA MG2550SThe perfect everyday All-In-One for printing, scanning and copying. From text-heavy documents to family photos, the compact Canon PIXMA MG2550S's print engine is built… Read more
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VCB-16019th Aug

Inks are still too much.Printer is cheap enough though.This with These …Inks are still too much.Printer is cheap enough though.This with These would do it for me

Doesn't work with Windows 10.
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dewonderful18th Aug

No wifi. A few pennies cheaper on amazon. A set of inks for this costs the …No wifi. A few pennies cheaper on amazon. A set of inks for this costs the same as the printer

My deal is hotter than other gentleman who uploaded this and his is cheaper. Check his out. I've bought mine from his deal
I have the MG2950s. It has WiFi but I never use it. So far its been a great little printer. It came with full cartridges that I refill. This printer works with GNU/Linux too.

A refill kit is £3.50 in Tesco: tesco.com/dir…kit
The 7250 is £44.99 in Argos. I'm tempted to go for that and keep my old HP6750 for scanning (It doesn't like non HP inks)
MickKnipfler20 m ago

Thanks. How does that printer compare with the 5750?No scanner or copy is …Thanks. How does that printer compare with the 5750?No scanner or copy is a bit of a limitation although I could scan with my old HP machine



To be truthful I never thought about scanner but You are right
its one of them things you don't think about until you need it
But the upside with the iP7250
Double the resolution
prints more pages per minute
plus the inks are cheap (This bit sells a printer for me but I would miss my scanner)
That's why a MG 5650 ticks all the boxes
Remanufactured Canon PG40 & CL41 Ink Cartridges For use with Canon Pixma MP180 Printers at Amazon for £12.95 and sold by InkTrader
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Remanufactured Canon PG40 & CL41 Multipack. For use with Canon PIXMA iP1200, iP1300, iP1600, iP1700, iP1800, iP2600, iP1900, iP2200, iP2500, MP150, MP170, MP160, MP180, MP460, … Read more
I checked prices at ASDA for remanufactured cartridges (not Canon brand) for my Canon printer and they were very competitive. My printer is not the model shown in the OP's post but I recommend you check Asda's prices before you buy yours.
Canon PIXMA TS8050 All-In-One Inkjet Colour Printer £119.99 Amazon Prime Lightning Deal (£89.99 after Canon Cashback)
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Not to be confused with a cheap ones, this is a top quality photo printer, current range. RRP £199, though think Canon are selling for ~£170. Just bought this after many comparis… Read more
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Balanced review here:
techradar.com/rev…050

Highlights (all copy and pasted):
Six ink cartridges instead of the usual four or five, this device has a real advantage when it comes to printing colour images
Three in-trays, it can print onto blank compact discs as well as envelopes and paper of "any" size.
Remarkably compact
Scanner resolution is impressive and its print resolution is even higher at 9,600 x 2,400 dp
4.3-inch touchscreen is one of the best on the market
Connectivity options are exhaustive
Canon’s Cloud Link feature that makes it easy to print directly from social media sites like Instagram. These sort of images look rather good when printed onto square (13 x 13cm) photo paper

Main Negative is speed and also recommend to print text docs on 'fine'.
Canon Pixma iP8750 A3 Printer - £179 with £20 discount code + claim £35 cashback @ Jessops
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This is a 'proper' A3+ photo printer, not just a normal A3+ printer (before it gets voted down, as other A3+ printers are probably available for less). With discount code SAVE20 (… Read more
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Decent deal, deserves more heat.
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m5rcc

Ahh yes! Apologies. Completely didn't see that.



​They can be pesky with their pricing
ashleythurman

Afraid not. "You pay £199.00 today and claim £35.00 cashback"



Ahh yes! Apologies. Completely didn't see that.
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m5rcc

You can get it for a net £129 here



Afraid not. "You pay £199.00 today and claim £35.00 cashback"
canon PIXMA MG5750 half price printer - £49.99 @ Currys
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This Printer is on offer today in store. Pixma MG5750 previously was &99.99z just changed price today. Canon is a good make specially for pictures.
labky

I am in a search for a new printer, but never Canon again. They are only … I am in a search for a new printer, but never Canon again. They are only ment to last 2-3 years regardless how often you print. I bought quite expensive one 2 years ago, broke down a week ago.


Still using a Canon MP630 - now about 3 yrs old - ink from ebay 5 sets of chiiped cartridges £6. Dreading it when it dies as newer printers have much more expensive ink. For ths printer ink seems to be from £14 per set.

However I will still be tempted to go Canon but would be swayed by cost of replacement cartridges..
So the way to a mans heart is through his printer food
For anything other than minimal use, the cost of printer food has more of an impact on ownership cost than initial purchase price. Food for this specific printer is compariatively not the cheapest, but certainly not the most expensive.
I am in a search for a new printer, but never Canon again. They are only ment to last 2-3 years regardless how often you print. I bought quite expensive one 2 years ago, broke down a week ago.
Heat added - tesco direct selling it for £79.85!
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