(Some orders may be sent by courier depending on availability.)
This pack contains:
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon PGi-570 Black||■ 500 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Black||■ 810 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Cyan||■ 715 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Magenta||■ 645 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Yellow||■ 715 pages|
|1 × Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Grey||■ 289 pages|
|Save £15.29 compared to buying individually! Only 0.59p per page.|
This money-saving multipack of compatible high capacity Canon PGi-570 & CLi-571 ink cartridges are brand new cartridges made by a third party manufacturer. Giving you the same high-quality printing for less.
This pack includes the CLi-571 grey cartridge.
The compatible PGi-570 and CLi-571 ink cartridges print just as many pages and install just as easily as the original Canon inks.
Everything here at Stinkyink.com is tested and has our quality assured 12-month quality guarantee, to give you peace of mind when ordering.
The PGi-570 & CLi-571 cartridges are individually wrapped, 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 being affected.
Remember our delivery is fast and free too!
|Page Yield||3674 pages|
0.59p 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 Multipack of High Capacity Canon PGi-570 & CLi-571 Ink Cartridges including Grey Cartridge
Fast, no nonsense low cost delivery - good quality inks with good hold up (particularly on gloss paper) at a very reasonable price.
Great company to deal with, great products, and cheap
This is my fourth order to Stinkyink for 2 different printers a
Canon MG7750 and a HP printers.
All have been delivered withing a few days of ordering and all have worked excellently.
Keep up the good work Stinkyink.
Very pleased with my inks. The ordering was easy online and the package was delivered quite quickly. The inks look just like the ones we had before from Canon.
Great service and communication with regular emails about where your order is.
First class,professional and reliable company.
excellent service , good price , easy to order and rapid delivery
these inks work well with my canon printer
now ordering again!
Something stopping you buying this product? Ask and we shall answer.
Responses are typically ~10 minutes between 9am and 5pm, weekdays.
Which cartridges does the Canon MG7550 use?
The cartridges for the Canon MG7550 are the Canon PGi-550 and CLi-551 XL Ink Cartridges and can be found on this link - https://www.stinkyinkshop.co.uk/canon/ink-cartridges/canon-pixma-mg7550Answered by Victoria Miller (staff member) - November 06, 2017 12:39
The PGi-570 &CLi-571 for my Canon Pixma TS8050 appear come in two different multipacks. One with two blacks and three colours, the other has six cartridges which includes a grey. I'm confused. There are only five slots so where does the grey go?
Good Morning Mike,
Having checked the printers specifications I can confirm that the Canon Pixma TS8050 does take 6 individual cartridges. If you are having issues installing the grey, we would recommend to take a look at the printers users guide which should help or you can give us a call and we'd be happy to talk you through this.Answered by Steph Hughes (staff member) - August 21, 2017 11:32
My Canon printer uses two black cartridges - one is supposed to be full of ink for photos and the other with pigment for text, as this gives better sharper colours for photos and sharper clearer definition for text. Do the canon compatible cartridges use ink and pigment in the two cartridges or are both cartridges filled with ink?
Both dye and pigment are types of ink. The PGI-570 does have pigment ink inside and the rest of the inks have dye based ink.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - May 03, 2017 09:55
Are these inks fully compatible with the Canon MG7751 printer? I have ordered inks from another seller and have noticed that photos do not print correctly and apparently this is due to the dyes.
They're as close a match as possible to Canon inks and you can even mix and match them with the genuine Canon cartridges.
The only reports we have of print quality issues are when the paper type being used isn't suitable for this style of ink and the ink doesn't soak in properly, which would affect the genuine Canon inks too. It's covered by our guarantee so if you're not happy with the quality just let us know :)Answered by Matt Bird (staff member) - January 23, 2017 11:04