Canon CLI-251XL Black Ink (6448B001)
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Of the 887 reviewers who responded, 849 would recommend this product.
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- Ink Works Well With Pixma Printer- July 27, 2018
My overall review is that the print quality of this Canon ink works extremely well with our Pixma printer. It has good ink saturation and is very clear. The fact that you can't easily find a full case of the four inks is kind of weird!! Buying three inks and then having to buy a separate fourth ink is not very consumer friendly! The printing system is also confusing as it appears that all four inks are used even when printing in black!! So my issue is not with the inks, it is with the entire Pixma system. The consumables are so expensive, that we may end up switching to another printer that has more reasonably priced consumables and simpler system to use!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Works as intended- February 5, 2016
Really, what is there to say about ink jet cartridges? Unless you're going to try to cheap out and buy refill kits or so-called compatible cartridges (and I've been down both of those roads before and found both of them to yield poor results), you have to buy the manufacturer's cartridges that are designed for your printer. These XL cartridges, of course, have a greater ink content than their standard counterpart. I suppose that if you very seldom use your printer, it would be best to buy the standard yield cartridge just in case the cartridge head gets clogged/dried out due to infrequent use. If you use your printer on a somewhat regular basis, however, it's more economical to buy the higher capacity cartridges.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best ink for my Canon printer- August 5, 2018
I have tried in the past third party ink cartridges. They print well however the chemicals in the ink end up (for me) clogging the inkjet head requiring me to buy another printer. Given the low number of cartridges I use in a year the higher price for better quality ink is well worth it. Canon does fix the price for its ink so all reputable stores sell it at the exact same price. Some stores do have custom "packaging" made by Canon just for their store. These special packaging can include additional cartridges, or glossy photo paper.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.