Canon PFI-1300 Yellow Pigment Ink Tank (330mL)

BH #CAPFI1300Y • MFR #0814C001AA
Canon PFI-1300 Yellow Pigment Ink Tank (330mL)
Key Features
  • For imagePROGRAF PRO-2000, PRO-4000, PRO-4000S, and PRO-6000S Large-Format Printers
Leverage Canon's pigment-based LUCIA PRO Ink Technology to create sharp, vivid, and long-lasting images with your imagePROGRAF PRO series large-format printer by picking up this PFI-1300 Yellow Pigment Ink Tank. This tank has a capacity of 330mL to allow for a large number of prints without needing to constantly replace cartridges.
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$187.00
$32/mo. suggested payments
with 6 Mos. Promo Financing* 

Canon PFI-1300 Overview

Leverage Canon's pigment-based LUCIA PRO Ink Technology to create sharp, vivid, and long-lasting images with your imagePROGRAF PRO series large-format printer by picking up this PFI-1300 Yellow Pigment Ink Tank. This tank has a capacity of 330mL to allow for a large number of prints without needing to constantly replace cartridges.

Compatible Printers

imagePROGRAF PRO-2000
imagePROGRAF PRO-4000
imagePROGRAF PRO-4000S
imagePROGRAF PRO-6000S
UPC: 013803264562

Canon PFI-1300 Specs

Printer TypeLarge Format Inkjet Printers
Container TypeInk Tank
ColorYellow
Ink TypePigment-Based Color
Volume330 mL
CompatibilityCanon imagePROGRAF PRO-2000
Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000
Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000S
Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-4000S
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.14 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.75 x 5.7 x 2.1"
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Is there an expiration date on the ink ...

Is there an expiration date on the ink cartridges. If so, how long do they typically last? Need this to decide whether to go with 330ml or 700 ml.
Asked by: J David
Expiration Date is usally printed on the box, not sure if it's on the actual cartridge. Usually 6mos or so. I have been given mixed answers about expired inks. Some say they're fine but if you have a printer problem it could void any warranty you might have. I have used them at times with no issues. Also depends on how critical the prints are. If you're making certified proofs for print I would be hesitant to use them.
Answered by: Peter
Date published: 2020-11-04
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