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This contribution deals with all-printed infrared sensors fabricated using multiwalled carbon nanotubes deposited on a flexible polyimide substrate. A high responsivity of up to 1.2 kV/W is achieved at room temperature in ambient air. We evidence a strong dependence of the device transduction mechanism on the surrounding atmosphere, which can be attributed to bolometric effect interference with water molecule desorption upon irradiation.