Windows 10: Which Companies are the best suppliers of refilled Canon ink cartridge
Which Companies are the best suppliers of refilled Canon ink cartridge
I hope it's OK to post this message on Windows Support. None of the other Forums seem appropriate and I wouldn't nearly as many replies anyway. Thanks, Moderator.
There are plenty of companies out there - but which one is the best? I've read where some cartridges leak. Understandable to a degree - but who is the best supplier? Thank you.
I use https://www.cartridgepeople.com Reliable, good quality cartridges, and their prices are the best that I have found. The only negative is that they are located in Jersey, so refills can take 6 days to arrive. Another good one I sometimes use is stinkyinkshop.co.uk Very quick
Thank you. I'm in the USA - Jersey would be OK for me.
Jersey or New Jersey?
Jersey is nowhere near New Jersey.
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Does not Cannon do what HP does, they supply the ink for 1.99 a month which in my eyes is well worth it, as printer used a lot, and sends it to you when the printer lets the supplier know, or when you send the empty cartridge back free of charge, at the mo I have four lots of spare ink worth £40.
I changed my cartridge Monday and received another lot today
This OP's question is more appropriate for a photography forum such at this one here: dpreview.com - Printers and Printing
Anyway I myself don't use Canon printers, strictly an Epson guy. That said as an active member (ADMint) on dpreview, I know a lot of folks in the printer forum are always looking at third party ink refills, but I've mostly noticed this about Epson, not sure how Canon works.
As for the monthly refill program some printer vendors have, I don't think every one is doing it, and it would probably depend on the printer. As a photographer who prints his own work, I have somewhat a professional grade printer - Epson 3880 which takes 9 ink carts. Each cart runs around $57 bucks apiece, or roughly $480 - $500 a set.
Point? In the case of these wide carriage professional photo printers, I'm not sure $1.99 a month would cover those costs to the company for a $500 dollar ink cart set. So yeah, this monthly fee would obviously depend on the printer and the cost of the carts.
All that said, we don't know what kind of printer the OP has so.... that's another reason I suggested the site I did.
Hi: I upgraded from 8.1 to 10 about 6 weeks ago.
Hopefully this is the right forum for the problem.
Latest issue is that when I connect my (older) Canon camera via USB to the computer, Windows 10 can see the drive/CR2 files on it OK, but cannot...
Sooo, basically you can't go too wrong...