Polaroid PoGo Digital Instant Mobile Photo Printer (Black) £34.99 with free delivery Play.com

Polaroid PoGo Digital Instant Mobile Photo Printer (Black) £34.99 with free delivery Play.com

Found 3rd Jul 2009
Was £50 a while back, but there has been a second price drop, making this an absolute bargain. First post, think I have everything.

Maybe some Quidco, but I'm not sure

# Completely Mobile
# Inkless (Yes Zero INK!)
# Runs off Li-ion rechargeable battery
# Prints sticky back Photos in 60 Seconds
# Prints are dry to touch & waterproof as soon as they come out!
# Printer comes complete with Li-ion Battery, recharger, 9V mains adaptor, one pack of paper.
# H=120mm, W= 72mm, D= 23.5mm
# Weight: 8oz
# Prints approx 20 prints per full charge.
# BlueTooth (class 2) OPP, USB 2.0 (Full - Speed 12 MBPS)
# 60 seconds per print, from send to share, for average sized images (20 seconds to transmit & render, 40 seconds to physically print).
# Photo Size 50mm x 76.2mm, sticky backed.


Just received one from play today for daughter's birthday, great price although refills are expensive. Quidco was 17p....

Original Poster

£13 for 70 photos?
It isn't unreasonable, my play account is locked, so I can't buy one just yet, will have to wait till my brother comes back

Excellent just ordered one with the 70 sheets paper for £13.
Also for anyone if you have a iphone that is jailbroke then download ibluetooth from cydia and then the pogo becomes compatible with the iphone. cool.

If you would prefer to buy a smaller pack of paper, John Lewis do the 30 size for £6.75 delivered. johnlewis.com/230…spx

Wow This thing come down in price so quickly. When it came out first, it was about 100 pounds.

Im suprise these sell to be honest, Canon brought a similar one out years ago called the CP10 which printed Credit-Card size photos, sadly most who purchased one decided to upgrade to a standard 6x4 photo printer. Its a "fun" thing to have for perhaps a teen, but the paper is over-priced - and also like with the Canon CP10, once the product is discountinued, it will be hard to find someone who stocks the paper.

This is now £24.99!

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