Written on: 25/07/2008 by ljerka (1 review written)
Reaction after 2 days - how to dispose of it - and return to the HP despite its tiresome support service?
Told I have a statutory right to return to the seller....
... but not much fun to exercise it therefore I do not recommend Canon Pixma MP610… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2010 by johnsp80 (2 reviews written)
This is a mixed review, of my now almost usless Canon PIXMA MP610. It was inexpensive from Pixmania and worked well from 09/08 till 09/09, producing superb colour photos quickly. I would have scored it 5 stars for each and I did recommend it. Then the paper feeding began to stray - just a degree or two crooked, the same with both paper paths, not too bad for our uncritical text but a nuisance with photos. We put up with it. But this month magenta has stopped working, despite extensive head… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2009
I have had my canon pixma MP610 for about a year and find it reliable.
It scans well and pints my photos brilliantly, I have recommended it to my family who are going to purchase the pixma 620 with the wireless option.
My only concern is the price of the inks,But you can't have everything there is all ways a cost.The printer meet my needs and I would recommend it to any one.
Good all in one printer for the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2009 by terrybakeruk (1 review written)
Simply the first printer I have ever had (and I've had a few) that works first time every time...I wouldn't dream of trying anything else - Ok the cartridges may be a tad expensive (you can get a full set for £20 - if you shop around on the net)but it's a small price to pay for the life-shortening stress I have had from my previous printers (HP and Epson included)- If you don't mind £20 for the cartridges, the Canon PIXMA MP610 will be one of the best buys you will make !… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2009 by DJM (21 reviews written)
The Canon PIXMA MP610 is a well designed and reasonably compact unit. Paper cassette or rack feed. and double sided Text printing is high qulaity, and colour prints are clear with little or no bleeding. Photos are OK, but ink takes forever to dry on glossy paper.
Unit has some clever features such as dust ingress protection and auto output tray dropdown when printing
Scan quality is pretty good and easy to use.
Copier works well, but is a bit slow
A tad expensive, but a lot better than the… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/02/2009 by kraftyk8 (1 review written)
I love the Canon PIXMA. I make hand crafted greeting cards and it meets all my needs. I have the same issues with cartridge costs but have found until now that getting them refilled and re-chipped in one of the high street cartridge ink shops has been the cheapest way to go. I have heard from a friend who has one, that a continuous feed inking system is even cheaper, so I'm going to try that and will come back and let you know… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2008 by rachart17 (1 review written)
This is serious. If a cartridge runs out the whole machine grinds to a halt. I had to do a lot of turning it off and on again just to get it to scan. Once a cartridge starts flashing, unless you have a new one in that colour handy, you won ' t be printing. I print a lot so I thought I would invest in another system. You can easily purchase these things over the net but they won ' t work with this printer, as I found out much too late. The technicians at canon have designed this little machine… Read Full Review
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