Some canon printers do use 6, 7, 8 or even 9 ink cartridges. Look at the largest black ink cartridge to find the cartridge number to select your cartridges from above.
Our best selling Brother Compatible Ink Cartridges
Brother printers are probably the least advertised, however they are well worth considering as we sell very reliable compatible cartridges and the cartridges probably hold the most ink out of our entire range. Our Brother ink cartridges are packed in the four standard process colours, black, cyan, magenta and yellow, with sets on offer of buy 1 set and get the next half price, or buy 2 sets and get a 3 third set of brother inkjet cartridges free. It’s easiest to identify the ink cartridges by the number on your existing cartridge, some Brother ink Cartridges are interchangable for example the LC970 with fit the LC1000
Before buying a printer talk to us to find out which printer uses the lowest cost inks
We can supply high quality brand new compatible inks for Epson, Brother and some Canon Printers. Compatibles often have double the amount of ink as the originals, and are often less than 50% of the cost. These are ‘Brand New’ ink cartridges they are Guaranteed to give the same quality print as the original cartridges.
Try not to get tied into buying the original ink cartridges, Advent ink cartridges are exclusive to PC World and Currys, and reliable compatible cartridges are not yet available. HP, Lexmark and some Canon Printers are designed to perform best only when you use originals, and these can be more expensive than the printer itself. Kodak printers have ink cartridges that has all the colours in one cartridge, and so when just one colour runs out you have to replace the others, making replacing the ink more expensive then kodak as advertised. As a summary stick to Epson, Brother or Canon printers using single coloured ink cartridges as we can supply cheaper, reliable compatible inks for all of these. Note: Original Ink Cartridges are only available for the NEW Epson XP range and the compatibles won’t be available until next year. Our advice at the moment is to wait until the compatible ink cartridges become before buying one of these Epson printers.