Canon MultiPass L60 Toner Cartridges

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Black toner cartridges for the Canon MultiPass L60 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 £16.19 (£19.43 inc VAT)
2 £14.37 (£17.24 inc VAT)
3+ £13.57 (£16.29 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
£16.19 (£19.43 inc VAT)

Free next-day delivery

1
Multi-buy discount
2 £14.37 (£17.24 inc VAT)
3+ £13.57 (£16.29 inc VAT)

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Canon MultiPass L60 Printer Review

Expert review of the Canon MultiPass L60 printer 27 February 2014

Our Verdict:

A combined fax machine and printer, the Canon MultiPass L60 offers extensive fax features and basic laser printing capabilities. The MultiPass L60 is ideal for home offices in need of a reliable fax machine with good page memory, several speed dial locations, and efficient transmission speed, though it may be a poor choice as a dedicated printer. The Canon MultiPass L-60 laser printer has rather lackluster print quality and slow print speeds, putting it behind competing models.

Design

The Canon MultiPass L60 printer takes up more space than expected, considering it is only a 2-in-one device. However, the Canon L60 MultiPass printer still has manageable dimensions and it can comfortably share a desktop with other office devices. The paper tray assumes a vertical position at the rear end of the unit, while the control panel occupies the front face of the device. The Canon MultiPass L60 mono laser printer has a small LCD screen for monitoring job status.

Advantages

The main selling point of the Canon MultiPass L60 is its comprehensive fax feature set, with 90-page memory, 117 speed dial locations, delayed sending, and good enough transmission rate of up to 14.4 Kbps. However, at its price range, users can go for other more advanced units with Super G3 transmission. Its low running cost evens out the competition, as the MultiPass L60 is very economical to maintain with a single black Canon FX3 toner as the only consumable item.

Disadvantages

Print quality is where the Canon MultiPass L60 printer really falls behind. While text quality is relatively good, graphics prints are a little lackluster. Print speeds are disappointing, averaging only 6 ppm.