Canon CLI-251 Creative Park Premium Ink Cartridges Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow - 4 color pack
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The Canon CLI-251 BK/CMY 4 Value Pack Ink for Canon InkJet Printers provides great ink savings. The pack includes CMY ink colors Black, Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow. The combination of inks and media deliver exceptional beauty and longevity. Plus the inks dry instantly so your photos are ready to be enjoyed as soon as they come out of the printer.
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58 of 59 people found the following review helpful.
You've got to watch the prices....
and do the math...these are Extra Large/Capacity tanks, they have twice the amount of ink as the regular tanks... The prices change, at times its higher other times lower... I buy it when its lower but don't just check the price of this one compare it to individual CMY XL tanks. Last week when I bought the 3 pack it was a dollar cheaper than buying the tanks individually, this week I checked and its a dollar more! Buy XL tanks, they're the same size as the regular but hold considerably more ink and last more than twice as long therefore contributing a little less to landfill...
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Good ink, better price!
By Kathy Parsons
I do a lot of printing, so I really appreciate having the XL size option for the Canon ink cartridges. I was a little puzzled at first why the 251 black cartridge wasn't included in the pack, but the printer really doesn't use a lot of that ink. I go through the PGI-250XL black cartridges regularly, but not the 251. So, getting the three color cartridges together in an XL size is very helpful and keeps printing costs down a bit. The colors are beautiful and the print quality with the MX-922 printer is really good. I'm very happy with both the ink and the printer.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
Its Hideously Expensive. It's Also the Best.
So, whenever you purchase ink for an inkjet printer, you have to ask yourself a couple of questions. Are you printing on quality photo paper to reproduce high-quality photos you have taken? Or are you printing out memos that were sent out to everyone in the company? Do you need a long-lasting print, or is it something that only needs a "shelf life" of a year?
For my inkjet printed at the office, I use an inexpensive, third-party brand for printing up occasional items that I need at the office. And it works fine (also a Canon printer). But when I am print A3+ 13"x19" photos I took on professional Canon printer paper (either matte or one of the glossy types), there is no substitute for the real Canon ink. It IS hideously expensive. But it makes a difference. It is not dye sublimation printing, so you won't have a 15-year print here, but you'll get correct colors, smooth operation, and a print that will last a number of years before fading sets in. These inks are indeed overpriced, but there is also no substitute for them: they work great, they look great, they print the correct colors, they have a generally long life before fading, and so on. It's hard to recommend them at this price. But then again, it's hard NOT to recommend them if you want good prints, particularly if you are a semi-professional or enthusiast photographer.