Summary: this is one of the best printers I have owned. All my printers have been Canon because I think Canon is the best. I bought this to replace a broken 6700D that I have had for quite some time. I works great and prints what I want great. I highly recommend this printer.
Summary: One of the best Photo Printer in the market. I have a Canon Pixma IP 4000 and a Canon Pixma IP4200 but so far just bought this canon Pixma IP6700D I found out that this is what I have wanted to keep because of the quality of photo print.
Summary: This is a nice, easy to use printer. It does well even in adverse situations.We are a pet rescue and operate in a very busy environment with the dogs often helping. However, I would recommend this printer as a work horse.
Summary: This photo printer is awsome. Seperate paper trays for differant size photos so you don't need to change and adjust the tray or settings (just push a button on the printer for the size you want to print ).
Summary: The cannon IP6700D is the best printer ever made. I tried more than 50 printers at my business and no printer has endured the beating like the IP6700D. We print more than 2000 letters every week and this printer has never broke down.
Summary: took the chance of not working so i thought it was going to be parts for to use but instead i change the loudness on the program which most people miss on the programs now the printer does runs quiet and working excellent
Summary: I had a Canon PIXMA iP6700D Inkjet Printer for about a year when I accidentally dropped it and broke the loading tray. Rather than buy a new printer, I decided to try a refirbished one which is much cheaper. To my surprise, it was every bit as good as my old one.
Summary: I bought this printer from Amazon after reading the mostly positive reviews. I was going back and forth between Canon and Epson. I had read that the comparably priced Epson models went through a lot of expensive ink so I went with the Canon.
Summary: I did not have to buy an add-on feature to use the duplex or two-sided printing as I would have if I had purchased for $80 more the competing HP D7360 printer. Also the Pixma holds more ink in each cartridge and for about $4.10 more per cartridge than the HP you get close to 50% more ink in the...