Canon L220 Toner Cartridges

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Black toner cartridges for the Canon L220 printer

Compatible Black Canon FX3 Toner Cartridge - (Replaces Canon 1557A003BA)
  • Black toner cartridge
  • Premium brand recycled toner cartridge

    Made using recycled Canon cartridges, this premium brand cartridge is a direct replacement for the Canon version.

    Manufactured to strict quality standards, our premium cartridges produce high quality prints and are very reliable — in fact, we use them in our offices and recommend them to friends, family and other businesses.

    Note that by using this cartridge, you will not be invalidating the standard warranty on your Canon printer.

    As with everything we sell, they are covered by our 100% money back guarantee.

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0.3p per page

Price per page

This figure is based on manufacturer quoted values and is for comparison purposes only.

It is derived from testing using the international ISO standard for printing (ISO/IEC 24711 and 24712). For most cartridges this means 5% coverage printed onto plain A4 paper.

5,000 pages
1 £16.69 (£20.03 inc VAT)
2 £14.84 (£17.81 inc VAT)
3+ £14.04 (£16.85 inc VAT)
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0.3p per page

Price per page

This figure is based on manufacturer quoted values and is for comparison purposes only.

It is derived from testing using the international ISO standard for printing (ISO/IEC 24711 and 24712). For most cartridges this means 5% coverage printed onto plain A4 paper.

5,000 pages
£16.69 (£20.03 inc VAT)

Free next-day delivery

Multi-buy discount
2 £14.84 (£17.81 inc VAT)
3+ £14.04 (£16.85 inc VAT)

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  • Does the Canon L220 toner cartridge fit a fax machine?

    Canon L220 toner

    Yes, Canon L220 is the name of the fax machine / printer. The Canon L220 toner is actually known as the Canon FX3 black toner cartridge and will fit a range of Canon laser fax printers. Please check the model number of your printer and then locate this model on our website. Any cartridge listed on the page for your printer will work in your machine.

    Answered by Daniel Zieba (Staff Member) - about 4 years ago
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Canon L220 Printer Review

Expert review of the Canon L220 printer 21 April 2011

Our Verdict:

High-quality fax machines are vital for the welfare of innumerable small businesses. For some careers, a home fax machine is also needed in order to stay in touch with work whenever necessary. The Canon L220 is a compact laser fax machine that has been designed to meet these needs with high-end faxing capabilities that are distilled down into a small, compact model for the convenience of the home owner or small business. The Canon L220 is capable of sending and receiving faxes, printing high-quality sheets, and storing up to 350 pages of media.


The Canon L220 was intended to provide ease of usage within constrained spaces. Paper is fed through a U-system, where sheets drop down into the machine from a standing rack as they are needed. Completed pages are deposited through a slot on the bottom of the fax. All buttons and controls are located on the front face of the machine, along with a small digital screen. Access to change the Canon L220 toner is simple, requiring no additional tools or specialist skill.


The primary advantage of this machine would be its space-saving design. Most fax machines are incredibly bulky, and it can be difficult to incorporate them into a small room while still preserving their functionality. However, the Canon L220 is no bigger than some home printers, and it can be added to any room with ease. The machine's one-cartridge technology is also a very beneficial feature, making it very easy to replace your Canon L220 toner. All necessary parts and additives are included in a single cartridge, and the Canon L220 toner can be replaced simply by switching out this small box. When compared to the numerous different cartridges and packets that are required of other laser faxes, the Canon L220 seems like a breeze to maintain.


Although the technology used in the Canon L220 is as advanced as one could request from such a fax machine, this model is becoming somewhat outdated as most people move on to other devices to take care of their business needs. For instance, many home printers feature basic faxing capabilities. It is still beneficial to possess a designated fax for some business purposes; however, some people might find the addition of yet another machine into their homes to be simply unnecessary. In addition, some users have become frustrated with the fax's somewhat complicated design, opting instead for simpler machines with less specialised features.