Brother MFC-680CN Ink Cartridges

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Sets of ink cartridges for Brother MFC-680CN printer

Compatible 4 Colour Brother LC1000 Multipack - (LC-1000BK/M/C/Y)
  • Pack of 4 ink cartridges
  • Premium brand ink cartridges

    These cartridges are a direct replacement for the Brother versions. 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.

  • 12 month guarantee and FREE returns

    If within a year of purchase you happen to experience any quality problem, we'll happily provide a replacement, or a full refund.

    Whatever the reason for returning items to, you will never pay a penny for postage.

  • Won't invalidate your printer warranty

    We guarantee that your standard printer warranty will not be invalidated by using our premium brand cartridges. If any of our cartridges do cause a problem with your printer, we'll arrange for your printer to be repaired (or replaced if it can't be repaired).

Best value Premium

0.8p per page

For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

500 pages
400 pages
400 pages
400 pages
1 £13.07 (£15.69 inc VAT)
2 £11.41 (£13.69 inc VAT)
3+ £10.69 (£12.83 inc VAT)
Prices includes FREE next-day delivery

Best value Premium

0.8p per page

For most cartridges this is based on 5% coverage on A4 paper. These numbers are based on manufacturer quoted values and are for comparison purposes only.

500 pages
400 pages
400 pages
400 pages
£13.07 (£15.69 inc VAT)

FREE next-day delivery

Multi-buy discount
2 £11.41 (£13.69 inc VAT)
3+ £10.69 (£12.83 inc VAT)

Black ink cartridges for Brother MFC-680CN printer

Cyan ink cartridges for Brother MFC-680CN printer

Magenta ink cartridges for Brother MFC-680CN printer

Yellow ink cartridges for Brother MFC-680CN printer

Customer Questions & Answers

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  • How do I place my order from South Africa because my postcode isn't a UK one?

    Ordering Brother MFC-680CN inks

    Sorry, our system will only let you enter a valid UK postcode as we only deliver Brother MFC-680CN printer cartridges within the UK.

    Answered by Damon Tetley (Staff Member) - over 3 years ago
  • For the Brother MFC-680CN you quote 400 pages per cartridge for the colour cartridge. Is this 400 pages using the colour for the font or is it 400 pages of mixed colours e.g. the three individual colour cartridges will produce a total of 400 pages between them. Thanks David

    Number of pages per cartridge

    Thanks for your question, the colour cartridges print 400 pages per cartridge and the black prints 500 pages, all based on a 5% coverage.

    Answered by Chloe Burke (Staff Member) - 4 months ago
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Brother MFC-680CN Printer Review

Expert review of the Brother MFC-680CN printer

Our Verdict:

The Brother MFC-680CN is a colour inkjet printer integrated with additional functions to help increase productivity and ensure efficiency in a small office or home. It is feature-packed and comes complete with direct printing and network-ready capabilities, but its poor overall performance and expensive price may prompt some users to seek other options.


This printer looks like an oversized fax machine with its own telephone handset, a user-friendly control panel, and a flip-up 3.3-inch colour LCD display. The Brother MFC-680CN can print at a resolution of 1200x6000 dpi and uses only 1.5 picoliter ink droplets. To ensure long-term savings, the printer is integrated with the 4-cartridge ink system. It has the company's signature Photo Capture Centre for direct printing capabilities, and it can also be shared by a wired network.


The larger colour LCD screen of the Brother MFC-680CN is an improvement from some of the previous models that have small and non-backlit displays. PictBridge makes it easy to print directly from a digital camera, while the media card drives are compatible with memory stick, xD-picture cards, compact flash, and MMC. Users can send colour faxes with the Brother MFC-680CN, and they can attend to other activities while leaving the printer, fax, and copier unattended with the automatic document feeder. It is possible to send and receive faxes using a PC.


The Brother MFC-680CN is expensive but the price does not justify its overall performance. It is not exactly the fastest printer around, with tests revealing high-resolution photos taking as much as 6.5 minutes to finish printing, although quality looks poor. Images have significant horizontal banding, while the lack of saturation causes pictures to lose vibrancy. The fax modem of the Brother MFC-680CN is only 14.4 Kbps, which tends to be slow, too.