Canon Pixma MG3600 Ink Cartridges

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Sets of ink cartridges for the Canon Pixma MG3600 printer

Compatible High Capacity Black Canon PG-540XL & Tri-Colour Canon CL-541XL Ink Cartridge Multipack
  • Multipack saving: £2.82

    Compared to buying these separately

  • Pack of 2 high capacity ink cartridges
  • Premium brand recycled ink cartridges

    Made using recycled Canon cartridges, these cartridges are a direct replacement for the Canon 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.

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  • 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

2.7p 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.

600 pages
400 pages
1 £26.53 (£31.84 inc VAT)
2 £23.98 (£28.78 inc VAT)
3+ £22.90 (£27.48 inc VAT)
Prices includes FREE next-day delivery
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Best value Premium

2.7p 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.

600 pages
400 pages
£26.53 (£31.84 inc VAT)

FREE next-day delivery

1
Multi-buy discount
2 £23.98 (£28.78 inc VAT)
3+ £22.90 (£27.48 inc VAT)

Black ink cartridges for the Canon Pixma MG3600 printer

Colour ink cartridges for the Canon Pixma MG3600 printer

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Pixma MG3600 Printer Review

Expert review of the Pixma MG3600 printer

Our Verdict:

This is a simple, single use printer suitable for home use only. The printer’s price point makes it very attractive to home users who do not do a lot of printing, or perhaps students who only need their machine to print, rather than copy, fax and scan as well. It does very well when printing photos which is surprising for such a simple machine but makes it a great choice for families looking to print off holiday photos.

Design

The Canon MG3600 is a compact printer, ideal for sitting atop a desk, in a cupboard or on a shelf. It has a flip up 120 sheet feeder tray on the top and a telescopic output tray at the front, which does increase its overall size when in use. Finished in a high gloss black, this is an attractive looking printer, although the high gloss finish does mean fingerprints show up strongly. There’s also a silver strip at the front to off-set the black. There are only two buttons, both of which are LED backlit when in use and the printer has a single USB port.

Advantages

The main advantage to this printer is its price and size. Very affordable, the Canon Pixma MG3600 is clearly designed to appeal to home users and casual users such as students. It’s also easy to use and reliable however, with high quality prints produced, even when printing photos. The colour print is especially good, considering the price point, producing high resolution, clean bright text and high quality gradations when printing photos and pictures.

Disadvantages

The lack of wireless connectivity makes this printer a thing of the past, and Canon may have heavily overestimated the print speeds. They predict 26ppm for monochrome and 17ppm for colour, which would be truly excellent for such a simple machine, but unfortunately the reality doesn’t quite live up to this expectation. It’s also pretty noisy when in use.