Compatible ink for pixma iP100

Discussion in 'Ink Cartridges, Toner and Refills' started by Cygnus, Oct 5, 2011.

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    Cygnus

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    I would like to refill my pixma cartriges, what is a good ink vendor that will not cause problems with my $200 printer?
     
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    PrinterCartridges

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    The cartridges you need for your printer are the PGI 35 and PGI 36, if you search google for compatible versions you should find a number of sites that do them. I think stinkyinkshop.co.uk do them but I haven't used them personally so I don't know about the quality.
     
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    * I've used OCP (German) ink for several years to refill mostly CLI-8 cartridges, and been very, very satisfied with the ink. OCP has a distributor in the USA.
    * However, there is a definitely learning curve with cart refilling, and until you learn what you are doing, you can "shoot yourself in the foot" with a poorly refilled cart for your iP100
    * I'm not sure that the USA distributor has OCP ink that work in an iP100. Is it a Selphy-type printer?

    * Note, I'm a retired hobby'ist / volunteer photographer who enjoys being able to make high quality photo prints at very reasonable cost.
    * Other than being a satisfied customer, I have no connection with OCP ink, or their North American distributor

    also see reply to semi-related question
     
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    l_d_allan, Jun 29, 2013
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