Canon PIXMA iP1500 ink

PIXMA iP1500

Canon PIXMA iP1500 ink

Cartridge prices starting at $4.95

The Canon PIXMA iP1500 prints at speeds up to 18 pages per minute in black, and 13 pages per minute in color. In can print a borderless 4 x 6 inch photo in one minute. PC Magazine gives this printer 3.5 out of 5 stars. They like its low price and fast print speed. They don't like its lack of memory card slots or how little ink the cartridges hold. Amazon users give this printer 3.1 out of 5 stars. Some people like its print quality, others have had problems with ink and paper jams. (Hint: Carrot Ink carries compatible Canon BCI-24 ink cartridges for this printer that are priced 67% less than genuine Canon BCI-24 cartridges. You can get three of our affordable cartridges for the cost of a single genuine Canon BCI-24 cartridge.)

Combo packs

Canon BCI-24 / BCI-21 Compatible Ink Cartridge 3-Pack Combo

$2.31 per Cartridge

Regular Price: $94.95

Special Price $6.95

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Single Ink Cartridges

Canon BCI-24BK / BCI-21BK Black Compatible Ink Cartridge

580 Page Yield

Regular Price: $6.95

Special Price $4.95

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Canon BCI-24C / BCI-21C Color Compatible Ink Cartridge

270 Page Yield

Regular Price: $12.95

Special Price $4.95

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How To Replace Cartridge

  1. Power on your Canon PIXMA iP1500 printer, and then open the front cover.
  2. The print head holder will slide left. Remove the empty ink cartridge.
  3. Take the new cartridge out of its wrapper and remove the plastic tape and protective cap.
  4. Slide the new cartridge into the correct slot until it snaps into place.
  5. Close the front cover.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

I rarely print in color, but why does my Canon PIXMA iP1500 say I need to replace the color ink cartridge soon?

Your Canon PIXMA iP1500 consumes color ink not just when printing in color. Color ink is often used too when cleaning the printhead, creating black, and duplex printing to help create black text.

 

Can I continue printing with my Canon PIXMA printer even when it’s running low on ink?

Yes, you can continue printing for a while, but you will begin to notice a deterioration in print quality when you do so. We highly suggest that you get a new ink cartridge soon.

 

Is a compatible and a remanufactured ink cartridge the same?

No, they are not. A compatible ink cartridge is made of brand-new components, while the remanufactured ink cartridge is a rebuilt original cartridge.