Summary: This is my second Canon printer, the previous (S800) lasted for about 10 years until I wore out the print-head. The ip-3600's internal construction does not appear to be as good as the S800; however it is easy to set up and get to work and it provides well balanced color prints immediately.
Summary: I got this printer to use as a printer to print edible images for my cake decorating. I also purchased the edible inks but it did not come with the photo black. Does anyone know if you can use the ordinary photo black with the rest of the edible ink? Does not make sense.
Summary: Bought this printer based on reviews. Have had it about a year. After about three months, it started making weird 'squeaking' noises. After contacting Canon found out it was 'cleaning the heads.' OK. My other printers did that once in a while.
Excerpt: IMPULSE PURCHASE Those of you who have read my previous reviews will know I act completely on impulse buying, in my business I am currently packaging around 10-15 parcels a week and decided it would be much more professional to have some pretty address stickers rather than my usual scrawl.
Summary: I obtained this printer as a replacement for an ip 4550 on which the on/off switch no longer functioned (a built in fault?). The new printer is much the same as my old 4550 so I knew what to expect, the only MAJOR disappointment is that the cartridges hold a much lower volume of ink therefore my...
Not a bad budget printer, but build quality could be improved
16 June 2011
Excerpt: Now to pay a visit to the Canon IP3600. This is a 'no-frills' budget printer, having no wireless, scanner or copier functions. Originally, RRP was £80 but can now be picked up for as little as £60.
Excerpt: First Impressions: Very shiny black finish, inherent with Canon's iP range of printers, makes the ip3600 look like the sort of peripheral that Darth Vader would choose for his printing requirements . Print quality, for a five cartridge printer, is very good.
Pros: Good photo printing
Cons: The "cartridge" issue and flimsy construction