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The world’s smallest Digital Portable Photo Printer Reduced To £18.39.

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Product Features and Technical Details

Product Features
MOBILER PHOTO DRUCKER 5x7,6 cm
Completely Mobile
Inkless (Zero INK!)
Runs off Li-ion rechargebale battery
Prints sticky back Photos in 60 Seconds
Prints are dry to touch & waterproof as soon as they come out!
Technical Details
Main Specifications
Product Description: Polaroid PoGo CZU-10011B - compact photo printer - colour - direct thermal
Printer Type: Compact photo printer - direct thermal - colour
Form Factor: Portable
Dimensions (WxDxH): 12 cm x 7.2 cm x 2.4 cm
Weight: 227 g
Max Media Size (Standard): 50.8 x 76.2 mm
Max Media Size (Custom): 50.8 mm x 76.2 mm
Print Speed: Up to 1 min/page - photo - 50.8 x 76.2 mm
Interface: USB, Bluetooth
Media Type: Photo paper
Total Media Capacity: 10 sheets
Networking: Print server - Bluetooth - integrated
Printer Features: Borderless printing
Power: AC 120/230 V
Battery: Required 1 Lithium Ion Included Qty 1
Extended Specifications

General Form Factor: Portable
Printer Type: Compact photo printer - direct thermal - colour
Width: 12 cm
Depth: 7.2 cm
Height: 2.4 cm
Weight: 227 g

Printer Connectivity Technology: Wireless, wired
Interface: USB, Bluetooth
Direct Printing Specifications: PictBridge
Printer Features: Borderless printing
Print Speed: Up to 1 min/page - photo - 50.8 x 76.2 mm

Media Handling Media Type: Photo paper
Media Sizes: 50.8 x 76.2 mm
Total Media Capacity: 10 sheets
Max Media Size (Custom): 50.8 mm x 76.2 mm

Networking Networking: Print server - integrated
Data Link Protocol: Bluetooth

Miscellaneous Compliant Standards: FCC Part 15, IC
Media Included: 10 sheets of photo paper

Power Power Device: Power adapter - external
Voltage Required: AC 120/230 V

Battery Type: Lithium Ion
1 Like #2
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#4
Good price, got one of these about 12 or so months ago for about £20 with the paper included, prints come out alot darker than if I was printing them on my HP printer but ok for photos straight from mobile using bluetooth if you lighten pics first.
#5
If buying the paper, it seems cheaper to buy 3 of the 30pack ones rather than a pack of 70 for some reason!
#6
Great deal, just ordered!
Comes with 10 sheets of paper too!
#7
Brill price 8)
#8
Thanks just ordered - should be a good novelty item for my son to have fun with.
#9
been looking for a cheap one for a while, will put my £10 amazon voucher to good use.. result!
#10
Great price-nipper will love this
#11
Remember you rent these rather than buying them - the profit is made from the paper.
#12
shame it's not compatible with the iphone!
#13
Prints are tiny but I suppose they're great for printing off phone images.
1 Like #14
bikerjodie
shame it's not compatible with the iphone!


More like shame the iphone isn't compatible with the PoGo! Not that I'm an anti-fanboy (I'm on a Mac..) but that's Apple and their locked down software again! Such a simple feature to 'send via (image) Bluetooth'!
#15
there is a work around for some versions of the iphone

have a look at this blog

http://tunsotech.blogspot.com/2010/02/polaroid-pogo-iphone-and-bluetooth.html
#16
tempted - whers the cheapest palce to buy the paper ?anyone ?
#17
so how much does it cost per print
#18
looks like about 35p'ish a print if buy 90sheets and printer , obviously gets cheaper if use it more
#19
desdan
tempted - whers the cheapest palce to buy the paper ?anyone ?


It's only £4.10 to buy 30 sheets of the paper via the seller on Amazon linked to the printer. I just ordered 2 x 30 with the printer - works out at only 13.7p a print.
#20
you can buy 90 sheets on play.com for 12.99

thats just over 14p per sheet

trying to talk the mrs into buying this :D
#21
jamespp182
you can buy 90 sheets on play.com for 12.99

thats just over 14p per sheet

trying to talk the mrs into buying this :D


so dearer than getting them done properly at asda/tescos/etc?
#22
i`ve had one for months now and they work very well with my android phone
i got mine from misco for 19.99 in one of there sales
#23
Must you use there paper? i mean cant you just cut to size normal or A4 photo paper to fit it?

the pound shop sells A4 photo paper could have 100's if you cut it to size?
#24
blackc4t100
Must you use there paper? i mean cant you just cut to size normal or A4 photo paper to fit it?the pound shop sells A4 photo paper could have 100's if you cut it to size?
no its thermal paper, so normal paper will not work
there is no ink inside these printer it all in the special paper
the paper is waterproof and you can peel the back off to make stickers also
#25
The same guy who sells 30 sheets for £4.10 on amazon has them for £4.09 on ebay (every little helps!). If you buy 3 packs of 30 in the life time and I think you get 10 free, thats 100 prints for just over £30, so 30p a print. That isn't bad for maybe on a nightout getting an instant picture or something similar. If you buy another 90 that drives the cost down to just over 22p a print, then if you get another 90 down the line, it's under 20p a print.
#26
Interesting little beasty. Prints are a bit small though, 2inch by 3inch.
#27
got my answer, doesn't matter :)
#28
MIDURIX
The same guy who sells 30 sheets for £4.10 on amazon has them for £4.09 on ebay (every little helps!). If you buy 3 packs of 30 in the life time and I think you get 10 free, thats 100 prints for just over £30, so 30p a print. That isn't bad for maybe on a nightout getting an instant picture or something similar. If you buy another 90 that drives the cost down to just over 22p a print, then if you get another 90 down the line, it's under 20p a print.


Not quite understanding your arithmetic there mate.

3 x £4.10 = £12.30 for 90 prints

= 13.7p per print.
1 Like #29
MIDURIX
The same guy who sells 30 sheets for £4.10 on amazon has them for £4.09 on ebay (every little helps!). If you buy 3 packs of 30 in the life time and I think you get 10 free, thats 100 prints for just over £30, so 30p a print. That isn't bad for maybe on a nightout getting an instant picture or something similar. If you buy another 90 that drives the cost down to just over 22p a print, then if you get another 90 down the line, it's under 20p a print.


Mathematics fail. 3x £4.10 is £12.30, not £30 :D

Or were you just testing? ;)
#30
moob
Not quite understanding your arithmetic there mate.

3 x £4.10 = £12.30 for 90 prints

= 13.7p per print.


I think he was adding the original cost of the printer too
#31
It's a shame digital cameras aren't coming with bluetooth as standard by now, as this beasty would be more fun without having to mess about with a cable.
#32
Got to get one just to give it a try.:p
#33
IMHO

This wasn't the smash hit success Pola were hoping for. Prints are fair but not everybody will be impressed. Supermarket booth Photos have come a long way, even your Mobile's memory card can be loaded into the machine for REAL photo prints for less than this. Lets be honest this is for boozy birds on a night out with the girls so they can take some god awful photos while smashed. Also good for kids!

Pogo rev2 is in the pipeline.
#34
Baron Jerk-Off
Mathematics fail. 3x £4.10 is £12.30, not £30 :D

Or were you just testing? ;)

think about it
#35
moob
Not quite understanding your arithmetic there mate.

3 x £4.10 = £12.30 for 90 prints

= 13.7p per print.

Think about it
#36
jamie60509
I think he was adding the original cost of the printer too

someone thought about it! yay!
#37
i've got an LG phone and it seems that these do not accept the format of the pictures.. right pain but the printer is alright.
#38
MIDURIX
jamie60509
I think he was adding the original cost of the printer too

someone thought about it! yay!


Ok, ok, I get it :D. It's not the way I'd think about it, though. Least not with something that costs less than £20.

At £20, the initial purchase becomes an insignificant cost fairly rapidly if you use it regularly.
#39
MIDURIX
moob
Not quite understanding your arithmetic there mate.

3 x £4.10 = £12.30 for 90 prints

= 13.7p per print.

Think about it


I did think about it.

It was the way you posted your calculation that made it come across wrong.

If you really want to do it that way, perhaps you wanna factor in the cost of the camera as well.
#40
moob
If you really want to do it that way, perhaps you wanna factor in the cost of the camera as well.

Thats going a bit far! for prints you've got to factor in the price of the printer/ink, otherwise noone would go to asda to print stuff out if printers and ink were free!

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