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Canon No. 8 Black Ink Cartridge (Chromalife 100 Inks, CLI-8BK)

by Canon

RRP: £13.76
Price: £8.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £10. Details
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CLI Black
  • Original Canon Branded Supplies
  • Suitable for IP4200 / IP5200 / IP5200
  • Approx 280 Pages
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Canon No. 8 Black Ink Cartridge (Chromalife 100 Inks, CLI-8BK) + Canon 0621B026 CLI8 Inkcart  - Cyan/Magenta/Yellow + Canon CLI8BK Ink Cartridge - Black
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Colour Name: CLI Black
Technical Details
BrandCanon
Model Number0620B001
Item Weight9 g
Product Dimensions9.5 x 14.5 x 3.5 cm
ColourCLI Black
Number of Items1
Size1
Ink ColourBlack
Manufacturer Part NumberCACLI8BK
  
Additional Information
ASINB000B8TJ0I
Best Sellers Rank 525 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight177 g
Date First Available12 Oct 2005
  
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Colour Name: CLI Black

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CLI8BK Black Inkjet Cartridge

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CLI-8 Black Ink Tank

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175 of 181 people found the following review helpful By mcv on 24 Oct 2007
Colour Name: PGI Black
I've read a lot of negative reviews and low ratings on Canon inks, so I wanted to point out a couple of things to think about to those that read the reviews and using them before buying. You may find this same review on the different ink colours from Canon, but I don't work for Canon and I'm not a fanboy of theirs either (I prefer the digital cameras from their main rival actually!) - I simply use Canon printers and inks.

1) Some reviews are not rating the product, they are rating the delivery cost of the item. Whilst this is an important part of the purchase, I don't think it is justified to include this in the rating because Amazon provide free delivery if you spend £15 or over. This can easily be done by buying two cartridges. Myself, I tend to buy four or five at a time in order to have plenty of spares before large print jobs.

2) I believe some of the negative comments about delivery arise because the products are being bought from a Marketplace Seller and not Amazon themselves. Yes, clicking on 'Add to Shopping Basket' does automatically order from the vendor listed after 'Availability' (look carefully next time), but if you look to the right of the page, under 'More Buying Choices' and click on 'x used and new', you can order from Amazon themselves. Granted, it is more expensive but the free delivery makes it cheaper overall.

3) If you are not really concerned about the quality of the printed output, then yes, you can certainly buy a cheaper alternative from a third party. However, don't expect the printed results to be as good as those using Canon's inks and papers because all printer manufacturer's papers and inks have been developed to work best WITH EACH OTHER.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By G. Carter on 18 July 2007
Colour Name: PGI Black Verified Purchase
Unfortunately one does need to use Canon chipped inks to make the ink usage software work properly. Postage rates are high, check all suppliers there is one which charges a flat rate of £4 per delivery plus 50p per item so mutliple orders at the same time are considerably cheaper.
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180 of 189 people found the following review helpful By mcv on 23 Nov 2007
Colour Name: magenta
I've read a lot of negative reviews and low ratings on Canon inks, so I wanted to point out a couple of things to think about to those that read the reviews and using them before buying. You may find this same review on the different ink colours from Canon, but I don't work for Canon and I'm not a fanboy of theirs either (I prefer the digital cameras from their main rival actually!) - I simply use Canon printers and inks.

1) Some reviews are not rating the product, they are rating the delivery cost of the item. Whilst this is an important part of the purchase, I don't think it is justified to include this in the rating because Amazon provide free delivery if you spend £15 or over. This can easily be done by buying two cartridges. Myself, I tend to buy four or five at a time in order to have plenty of spares before large print jobs.

2) I believe some of the negative comments about delivery arise because the products are being bought from a Marketplace Seller and not Amazon themselves. Yes, clicking on 'Add to Shopping Basket' does automatically order from the vendor listed after 'Availability' (look carefully next time), but if you look to the right of the page, under 'More Buying Choices' and click on 'x used and new', you can order from Amazon themselves. Granted, it is more expensive but the free delivery makes it cheaper overall.

3) If you are not really concerned about the quality of the printed output, then yes, you can certainly buy a cheaper alternative from a third party. However, don't expect the printed results to be as good as those using Canon's inks and papers because all printer manufacturer's papers and inks have been developed to work best WITH EACH OTHER.
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70 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. J. Kelsall on 2 Mar 2007
Colour Name: PGI Black
There's not a lot you can really say about an ink cartridge.

Yes they are decent quality inks but we all know they are expensive for what they are and these particular cartridges are chipped which makes it a bit more of a pain to use compatible inks in certain printers.

I've only marked this down to 3 stars due to the price and chip.

By shopping with Amazon and using the free delivery option I did at least save a few pounds compared to certain high street stores.

Printers are subsidised by the high price of inks but I'd rather pay more for the printer and less for the inks.

If you want to play safe and use genuine inks then at least shop around and don't forget to include postage costs in your comparisions. I got this cheaper from Amazon than I could on eBay or Amazon Marketplace when delivery costs were taken into account.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Nathan VINE VOICE on 27 Aug 2006
Colour Name: yellow
I don't normally review ink cartridges but feel I must respond to the other reviewer (Donna). I have purchased a Canon ip4200 and am using it with the Canon inks. I have done various tests on different brands of paper with varying results. Some cheapo PC Line paper had a horrible bluish tinge to all prints, Fuji paper just looked blurred and horrid....

However, when using the Canon paper the prints are amazing. Obviously Canon are only going to test their printers with their inks and their papers but their papers aren't as expensive as, say, Epson's.

Really, really impressed with the quality.
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