|2 - 3||£8.72 each|
(Some orders may be sent by courier depending on availability.)
This pack contains:
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon PGi-550 XL Black||■ 500 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-551 XL Black||■ 1130 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-551 XL Cyan||■ 695 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-551 XL Magenta||■ 680 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-551 XL Yellow||■ 695 pages|
|Save £20.95 compared to buying individually! Only 0.24p per page.|
If you would rather spend a bit more for genuine Canon ink cartridges you can order them for £79.53 inc VAT.
Buy the original Canon ink cartridges.
This is our amazing value compatible multipack of Canon PGi-550 and CLi-551 XL ink cartridges. Compatible means these ink cartridges have been made by a third party company rather than the manufacturer of your printer to offer a cheaper, alternative to the original products while still giving you the same amount of pages as the original Canon inks.
Each cartridge will install into your printer as normal and provide the same high quality prints, but at a much lower price than the Canon original. Each cartridge is fully chipped and ready to work.
In fact, we're so confident in the performance of the compatible cheap CLi-551 XL multipack that we fully guarantee it for 12-months after purchase. If you're unhappy for any reason, let us know and if we can't sort the issue we will refund your order!
Each of the 550/551 ink cartridges are individually packaged inside the packet so if you're not ready to use them all straight away you can store the others for up to 6 months without their quality or performance being affected. Order this PGi-550 and CL-551 cheap Canon compatible multipack today to enjoy free, fast delivery and a 12 month performance guarantee.
PLEASE NOTE: This pack does not contain a grey cartridge. If your printer needs a grey it will need to be purchased separately.
|Page Yield||3700 pages|
0.24p 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-550 and CLi-551 ink cartridge range|
Customer reviews for the Compatible Multipack of Canon PGi-550 and CLi-551 XL Ink Cartridges
Best compatibles on the market
Have used before several times and same great service as always.
These inks are a of good quality i cannot tell the diference in quality from the originals, superb results for printing photos on glossy finish paper
Excellent first class fast service.
The quality of the prints using these cartridges is identical to my original Canon inks. Add to this the first class delivery service and the superb price and going anywhere else for cartridges is a "no-brainer.
My order arrived on time as expected. Great product great service
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What is the volume of ink in the colour cartridges and the large black one please ?Assume these are ok for my Canon Pixma MG5650.
Yes, this pack would be ok for your MG5650. The large black cartridge contains 22ml of ink and the colours 11ml of ink :)Answered by Steph Hughes (staff member) - July 03, 2018 08:18
I have just purchased a Canon TS5050 can you advise which ink pack I need and cost, many thanks James
For the Canon TS5050, you would need the Canon PGi-570 & CLi-571 Ink Cartridges :) We have the Multipack of Compatible High Capacity Canon PGi-570 & CLi-571 Ink Cartridges (STCLI-571PK) at £20.99Answered by Steph Hughes (staff member) - January 23, 2018 08:28
Will I get accurate ink levels and low ink warnings shown on my canon pixma ip7250 printer if I use these cartridges.
Good afternoon Richard, Yes your printer should be able to let you know the ink levels with these cartridges :)Answered by Tara Ward (staff member) - January 10, 2018 13:46
Hello, is this cartridge compatible with the MG5751 canon printer?
No, these inks won't work in your printer, but these will: https://www.stinkyinkshop.co.uk/canon/ink-cartridges/canon-pixma-mg5751Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - July 13, 2017 15:03
will these be okay for a canon MG6650?
Yes these are the correct inks for the MG6650 :)Answered by Matt Bird (staff member) - August 10, 2017 12:49
I would like to switch to stinkyinks in the interests of economy but am still using Canon inks in my MG6450. I'm part way through a set of tanks, can I mix the inks as the Canon tanks run out without losing colour accuracy or any other compatibility problems?
This should not cause an issue if you use Canon originals and compatibles. However, we offer 12 month money back guarantee should you have any issues, please let us knowAnswered by Victoria Miller (staff member) - January 04, 2017 16:55
Are your compaable cartidges date stamped? How long are they guaranteed for? Thanks.
No these cartridges are not date stamped. We guarantee everything for 12 months.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - December 28, 2016 09:20
I have a Canon MG5650 printer for which I have been using compatible inks (not yours yet!) but, in researching whether to replace it with a different make, I noticed that, for Epson cartridges it was suggested by on of your staff that, as Epson ink contains cleaning fluid, genuine Epson ink was used every three or four times in order to help clean the printhead. Is this the same with Canon ink and printers?
I've been guided to your site by a favourable Which review (backed up by your own customer reviews which encourages me to switch to you.
Thanks in advance for your consideration.
Canon inks don't have a cleaning agent in their ink formula. It's extremely rare that a Canon printhead will block up. I believe Epson printers have smaller nozzles on the printheads which would explain why they would tend to be more prone to blocking. In saying that, it is still rare that it happens, unless the printer is sitting for a longtime without use.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - September 02, 2016 14:09
Hi I purchased non-Canon ink (not purchased from yourselves) for our printer and the colours faded in the sunlight (the genuine Canon ink I previously used did not), do you know if your ink fades?
Compatible ink will fade in sunlight over time. Original inks will do also but over a very, very long period of time. We would always say to buy original inks if you are printing photos that will be on display.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - September 01, 2016 16:14
I want to use my printer only occasionally for "archive" quality prints, at other times I only want to do everyday printing and photos. Is it possible to switch cartridges to genuine Canon for these occasions and how should they be stored between uses?
We wouldn't recommend switching back and forth between inks because even if you re-seal the inks, they may dry out before you need to use them again.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - December 17, 2015 09:24
How do these cartridges perform when printing photos on photo papers using Canon iP7250 as against Canon's own cartridges?
I have been using another (competitor*) compatible and there is a tendency to be over green in performance. I use printing software on my Mac called 'IMAGEBUDDY' and 'PORTRAITS & PRINTS'.
Advice would be welcomed.
*edited to remove suppliers name. RoyH
We haven't had any reports of our cartridges doing the same in all honesty.
We do guarantee our inks so if you did try them and they didn't print how you expected then we can take them back and process a refund for you.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - October 28, 2015 11:11
How many ml of ink are in the Compatible Multipack of Canon PGi-550 and CLi-551 XL Ink Cartridges (STCLI-551PK) cartridges? Your web site does not say.
The large black (PGI-550) has 25mls of ink and each of the other colours in the pack have 12mls of ink in them.Answered by Emma O' Malley (staff member) - October 29, 2013 11:43