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10 XL Colour Direct CLI-551XL/ PGI-550XL Compatible Ink Cartridges for Canon Pixma MG5450 MG5550 MG6350 MG6450 MX725 MX925 IP7150 iP7250 Printers

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10 XL Colour Direct CLI-551XL/ PGI-550XL Compatible Ink Cartridges for Canon Pixma MG5450 MG5550 MG6350 MG6450 MX725 MX925 IP7150 iP7250 Printers + Canon Pixma MX 725 Colour Multifunctional Printer
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Size Name: 10 inks
Technical Details
BrandColour Direct
Item Weight399 g
Product Dimensions20.8 x 20.8 x 2.6 cm
Item model number550551
  
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Best Sellers Rank 244 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight399 g
Date First Available20 May 2013
  
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Product Description

Size Name: 10 inks

This Pack Include: 2 FULL SETs (10 INKS) Compatible Ink Cartridge

This product compatible with:
Canon Pixma iP7250
Canon Pixma MG5450
Canon Pixma MG6350
Canon Pixma MX925


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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jess P on 22 Feb 2014
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I'm a student and so paying £60 for the genuine set of cartridges for my ip7250 is just not realistic and so I took a gamble and ordered these. I was apprehensive at first because i've had issues with non genuine cartridges and other printers before but these worked first time, the printer didn't even identify them as non genuine and ask me if I was sure I wanted to use them like the packaging warned it might! They print perfectly and I can't tell the difference and so at £10 a set are fantastic value for money!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Laurence C on 1 Feb 2013
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This printer was delivered by Amazon earlier than expected which is always a plus. The printer itself looks good (for a printer) and was fairly easy to set up. The set up instructions could make it clearer that if you cannot connect to your network by pressing the button on your wireless router then you just exit the option and you then have further options to locate your router and enter your encryption key. Once I had this worked out it was very easy.

The quality of output is very good - good colour rendition and crisp printing generally. More than adequate for my needs. Only downside is that the first sheet takes ages to come out as the printer goes through its warm up routine. This bit is also rather noisy. These issues earned it rather than 5 stars. As others note, Canon inks are not the cheapest so this may be important if you do large volumes of printing.

Scanner works well giving a good image quickly. I also used the OCR function which does a reasonable job but gives the output in a TXT file so not very good if you scan something printed in columns although fine for a straightforward document.

Airprint worked immediatly once the printer was on the network - its almost too convenient for the Apple users in the household.

Supplied software is pretty much what I expected it to be - does the job but nothing special.

Overall seems to be a good quality product for low to medium volume use and produces good quality results
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177 of 185 people found the following review helpful By S. P. Long TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Dec 2012
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I'm a big fan of Canon's printer/scanner combinations - this is my third in ten years, and each time I upgrade, I am struck by how much the technology has moved on.

The most noticeable feature of this one is its low profile - while in width and depth its dimensions are typical for a multifunction printer, it is a lot smaller in height than most, so looks less imposing on the desk. It's also the first printer I've owned with no manual feed tray for paper - there are two separate paper cartridges that sit inside the printer, one for normal paper and one for photo paper, which is a lot neater than having to fiddle with flaps and load new paper every time you change from one to the other. The printer uses five separate ink tanks - three colours, black for text and black for photos - which makes it a lot more economical to run than lower-priced printers with a single colour cartridge. It will print on both sides of the paper, and includes a tray to enable CD labels to be printed directly onto printable discs. One notable difference from old Canon printers is that the printhead is fixed into the printer rather than being replaceable by the user - that said, the printhead died on my last Canon, and it was cheaper to buy this new printer than a replacement printhead, so this is unlikely to be a problem!

Set-up was easy enough - a few tricky bits to negotiate due to the peculiarities of my WLAN, but I was up and running, printing and scanning wirelessly from my PC within half an hour of opening the box. (If you're a Mac user, it's even easier - no need to fiddle with the supplied driver CD - the Mac just sees the printer and downloads the relevant drivers automatically.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Eric on 18 Dec 2012
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I bought this printer to replace a much loved Pixma MP610 that had finally given up the ghost. I am a Canon fan and this is a good printer and good looking too but takes much longer to print the first page than my old MP610. Someone else commented that it doesn't print on CDs but I can assure you that it does. The same post makes constant reference to Nikon and Nikon support so I don't see the relevance to this Canon printer. You use the "My Image Garden" program for printing Disc Labels and the instructions are in the help file under "Printing > Creating and Printing Items > Printing Disc Labels". I'm not saying the instructions are easy to follow but it can be done and no doubt practice will make perfect.
I miss the convenience of the manual feed for my envelopes as I have to remove the paper from the lower cassette and put an envelope in there which is followed by several seconds of whirring and clanking before the printer is ready to print. After putting the paper back into the cassette it goes through the same whirring and clanking as it readies itself again. It works but is not as easy as slipping an envelope into a manual feed.
Another review mentioned that this printer prints the last page first and this is indeed the default setting but is easily changed in Printer Properties.
All in all, this is an excellent printer/scanner which gives good results and the Wi-Fi is a bonus but I wish I still had my old MP610 which was quick and quiet and a Prince among printers.

Edit at 12/01/2013: Regarding my above comment regarding CD Disk Labels, practice hasn't made perfect and I was still struggling to make the software do what I wanted but I've just found out that the CD-LabelPrint software that was supplied with my old MP610 printer works just fine with the MG5450 so I prefer to use that as I find it much more flexible in use.
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