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This Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Magenta Ink Cartridge is quoted as doing up to 645 pages before needing to be replaced.
The page yield is calculated by manufacturers using ISO/IEC 24711 standards, where they print set documents of 5% page coverage until the cartridge is empty. The standard means you can compare yields between cartridges and manufacturers.
These Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Magenta Ink Cartridges are brand new cartridges made by a third party company as a money saving alternative to using the genuine Canon ink. They're fantastic inks that give you:
This compatible magenta is manufactured to strict quality guidelines and standards, guaranteeing you get the best print quality in your Canon printer at a fraction of the cost.
This money saving compatible high capacity Canon CLi-571 magenta ink cartridge is a great way to do all of your printing for less.
Made by a third party manufacturer, the compatible Canon CLi-571 magenta cartridge installs quickly and easily like the original. It also prints just as many pages as the original which is up to 645 pages before it will need to be replaced.
Everything here at Stinkyink.com is tried, tested and has our quality assured 12-month quality guarantee, to give you peace of mind when ordering.
The CLi-571 magenta cartridge is packaged in its own box so if you're not ready to use it straight away you can store it for up to 6 months without its quality being affected.
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|Page Yield||645 pages|
1.02p per page
This value is calculated from manufacturer's estimates of how many pages a cartridge will print, and should only be used to compare cartridge running costs.
Page yields are estimated using the ISO standard of 5% coverage on a plain A4 page, which is roughly the length of a short letter.
|Range||Canon PGi-570 & CLi-571 ink cartridge range|
Customer reviews for the Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Magenta Ink Cartridge
As is usual with a Stinkyink compatible cartridge, you just put it into your printer and switch on, and 99 times out of 100 it works perfectly straight away. If it is one of those rare times when it doesn't then you ring Stinkyink,then you ring them and they apologise and send another cartridge. Excellent customer service.
Good customer service, fast delivery, thank you.
I had to return this cartridge as it suddenly stopped working. Tried to coax it to work but it failed to come to life. I contacted the stinky ink team and they shuttled one out which arrived the following day. So far so good, seems to have been a faulty one. No problems experienced with other colours. Extremely understanding team with prompt service, thank you.
Have used Stinky Ink compatibles for many years for several Canon Inkjets.
Consistent quality and results - together with Stinky Inks service and speediness are legendary - would not go anywhere else. Way to go!
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Why does this colour do less pages than the other colours?
How many mls are there for each colour, does it differ for this one is that why there are less?
Please can you display this information Mls for each colour) too?
It would be helpful and allow comparison.
I'm sorry for any confusion caused.
To give you an idea of how many pages any ink cartridge can print, we use the 5% coverage method/rule. This method is used industry wide from manufacturers all the way to the consumers.
The way it works is, the ink cartridge in question is tested by the manufacturer to confirm the maximum amount of pages it can produce. This is done by them printing the exact same print over and over again, until the cartridge registers as out of ink. The print is always 5% coverage on A4 page, which looks like a few short sentences on the page in a standard text size.
Manufacturers use the page yield method as it's much clearer way for people to see what they are getting from a product, rather than using ml's. There's no intentional reason why the page yield differs between colours or clear connection between the amount of ml's and the page yield.
I hope this helps, if you have any further questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Answered by Bethan Owen (staff member) - April 20, 2020 12:03
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