Summary: Bought this dedicated printer as a replacement for a Canon MP630 which gave up the ghost after some three years faithful service. My choice of brand and model was heavily influenced by the fact that I had a sizeable stock of unused ink cartridges for the MP630 and certainly didn't want to waste them...
Summary: My previous printer, a Canon Pixma MP 560, stopped working with a hardware fault after 26 months domestic use, probably because the waste ink tank is full. It is barely worth getting an inexpensive printer repaired.
doesn't print accurately on plain paper or card - Canon admit this
Lancly "J_B", Amazon
11 October 2011
Summary: This printer cannot handle plain media. I bought it for greetings card printing to replace my iP1500. The iP1500 had better capability in terms of colour range on card, than the IP3600. I understand that this printer engine is the same as the newer Ip printers.
Summary: The Epson S21 printer I bought from Amazon a year ago was cheap but certainly not worth the money paid for it I should have sent it back and got my money back instead I scrapped it, How a firm with a reputation for quality could release such a printer is beyond belief.
Summary: After much research I chose his printer to replace my trusty HP which had given many years of good service, but sadly would only print photos with an uneven border. This is great in comparison and produces excellent borderless prints.
Summary: I normally lack the motivation to write reviews BUT this is just such a good printer. Perhaps my level of amazement at how good it is is partly due to the fact that my previous printer was a pre-war Lexmark but - even so - I'm really struggling to think of a downside to this printer: it is VERY...
Summary: I spent a long time trying to work out which printer to get to replace my trusty HP deskjet 6940. My 2 main requirements were that the colour quality was good and that I could print on 250gsm card without jams and other problems that I was beginning to face with my aged HP!
Summary: I purchased this printer as a backup to my regular Canon photo printer and although lacking the flexibility of that printer it has not disappointed with the quality of photo printing it returns. The photos are certainly of lab quality and are deivered in a very short space of time.
Summary: I obtained this printer as a replacement for an ip 4550 on which the on/off switch no longer functioned (a built in fault?). The new printer is much the same as my old 4550 so I knew what to expect, the only MAJOR disappointment is that the cartridges hold a much lower volume of ink therefore my...