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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|
|Save £15.38 compared to buying individually! Only 0.56p per page.|
If you would rather spend a bit more for genuine Canon ink cartridges you can order them for £72.04 inc VAT.
Buy the original Canon ink cartridges.
This money-saving multipack of compatible high capacity Canon CLi-571 ink cartridges are brand new cartridges made by a third party manufacturer. Giving you the same high-quality printing for less.
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 sp 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||3385 pages|
0.56p 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|
I always use the Compatible Multipack of High Capacity Canon PGi-570 & CLi-571 Ink Cartridges and can thoroughly recommend them. They are chipped, install easily, a great price and are, in my opinion, as good as the originals.
excellent quality inks that work with the printer every time
I would not go anywhere else to buy my Canon Pixma compatible ink cartridges. Wonderful service and great prices: what more could you ask for? I recommend Stinkyink.com to everyone.
Have been using these for quite a few years in two different Canon printers. Excellent quality and only two leaky ones instantly replaced by Stinky people. Pretty well a 100% recommendation . Colour quality is excellent.
Great price and service with no compromise against Canon branded product.
Cannot praise enough
These are the only compatible cartridges I use. They produce a decent quality of printing at a very affordable price. When installing they are always recognised as the genuine article by my Canon MG 5750.
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Hi, I have printer ts5051. My inks are cli571xl and pg570xl so I need multipack.
Your multi pack says cli571xl but no xl is it OK to buy the ones that don't have xl on them will they work. Thanks
XL just relates to the amount of ink in the cartridge. It tells us it's a high capacity cartridge, so prints more than the standard/non XL cartridges.
Both are fine to use and will work exactly the same in your printer. you can see all the inks we have for this model here:
I have ink cartridges for a now broken MG5450 will they function with the MG5750?
Sorry but no, the Canon MG5750 takes the PGi-570 & CLi-571, not the PGi-550 and CLi-551 which your old MG5450 takes.Answered by Steph Hughes (staff member) - December 11, 2017 14:48
Will these compatibles display the correct ink levels in the printer?
Yes, these cartridges should show the ink levels as they decrease when printingAnswered by Victoria Miller (staff member) - December 07, 2017 17:03
If using the grey ink tank, which slot does it go into?
There would be a dedicated slot within the printer model for a grey cartridge. This would depend on the printer model you have. If you are unsure, please feel free to email us with your printer model and we can check and confirm this for you :)Answered by Victoria Miller (staff member) - November 27, 2017 07:38
How will you know if ”the grey becomes popular”? It makes a difference to the quality of photo prints and yet nobody seems to sell a compatible grey. Can you add me to the list of people requesting it (and prepared to pay a bit extra)?
We do have a compatible grey cartridge available as a single or in a multipack - Compatible High Capacity Canon CLi-571 Grey Ink Cartridge (STCLI-571XLGY) / Multipack of Compatible High Capacity Canon PGi-570 & CLi-571 Ink Cartridges including Grey Cartridge (STCLI-571-GREYPK)Answered by Steph Hughes (staff member) - October 18, 2017 09:18
I have a Canon MG5750 printer. Can i use these cartridges with my printer? Will they fit/be compatible?
Happy to say, yes they will be compatible :)
I have just purchased a Canon TS9055 printer and want to buy a set of 5 cartridges plus the Grey one.
I have put them into my basket can you confirm they will fit my printer
Yes the Canon TS9055 will take the Multipack of Compatible High Capacity Canon PGi-570 & CLi-571 Ink Cartridges, however this printer only takes 5 cartridges and therefore the Grey cartridge is not compatible with this model. There is no need for the grey.Answered by Victoria Miller (staff member) - June 27, 2017 11:04
I understand that this set of compatables will work with my Canon MG3051 printer. My printer is saying the PGBK is low, this I understand is the pigment black used for text rather than the dye black for photos. Are the two blacks in the set one of each of these types? Are they labelled up as such so I know which one to put in to replace the low one? If PGBK is going to be the most used ink do you sell this separately so I can buy an extra please?
Sorry, these inks won't work in the Canon MG3051 printer. The cartridges for that printer can be found here: https://www.stinkyinkshop.co.uk/canon/ink-cartridges/canon-pixma-mg3051-ink-cartridgesAnswered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - May 15, 2017 08:50
Hello will the multipack of compatible canon PGI-570 & CLI-571 ink cartridges and packaging fit through the letter box ?
Sorry, no the box is slightly too big for a standard letterbox.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - March 27, 2017 09:59
Please confirm the volume in ml of each of the cartridges.
Cartridges are measured on how many pages they will do rather than the amount of ink in the cartridge. The reason for this is it's the industry standard that page yields are based on 5% coverage. These compatibles will print the same number of pages as the original canon cartridges, based on 5% coverage.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - January 11, 2017 08:37
What is the shel life of compatible cartridges please.
We guarantee them for 12 months. They may last longer if stored in a dry cool place.Answered by Roy Hamilton (staff member) - September 22, 2016 14:53
As a long time user of your compatibles and I having a new Canon MG5750 is it Ok to mix Canon cartriges with compatibles? I am currently using Canon original start up cartridges.
Yes, you can mix and match the compatibles with the originals however you like. They all work together.Answered by Beth (staff member) - April 11, 2016 08:42
Cannon inks have a chip inside them so the printer can detect if the are genuine or not. Do the compatibles contain this.
Yes, all our compatibles including the Canons are chipped and will slot into the printer just like an original Canon cartridge.Answered by Emma O' Malley (staff member) - April 11, 2016 08:05
Hi. I notice that this bundle doesn't include the grey cart. Any plans to include it?
There are no plans at the moment to include the grey as some of the Canon printers that use these inks do not need the grey cartridge. However if they become popular then we will look into doing a pack that includes the grey ink.Answered by Emma O' Malley (staff member) - March 07, 2016 09:04