Win a Pocket Printer! Polaroid Zip Printer Review & Giveaway!!!

Hi Friends! I have a fun post for you today! Last week I was contacted by Polaroid and they asked me if I would like to review their new portable mini printer that prints 2″x3″ photos from your smartphone or tablet. I was a bit worried that I would not be able to figure out how to use it but it was actually very easy. I borrowed my hubby’s smartphone, downloaded the app and was printing in minutes! I had such a ball with this so I asked Polaroid if I could give a printer away on my blog and they said “sure!” You can read more about this printer here, I’d like to know what you like most about this printer and why you would like to win it, leave your answer in the comments and I will pick one lucky reader to win a printer next Friday. This is one of those products that I didn’t know I wanted until I used it. I think this would be such a fun graduation gift for a kid to take off to college since it is small and works with any smartphone. Also, it does not take ink, you just replace the paper like the Polaroid cameras from the “olden” days. See how much fun I am having with and learn how to use it in today’s video!

Video! (PS, I apologies for my giddiness, I was having too much fun with this!)

My Review/Things to consider before buying/Pros & cons:

  • The printer costs about $130 and each print will run you about 50 cents. A 50 pack of paper is $25 (30 pack is $15 and so on) but there is no ink to by because it is in the paper, or the printer is magic, who knows…
  • I think this is a great way to break the disconnect between taking photos with your phone and getting physical print because people seem to have a hard time getting photos off their phones. I also think this would be fun to take to parties because you can share an actual photo with someone and it’s a sticker! Very cool!
  • Cost: It is a $130 investment and you can only print 2″x3″ photos which will cost 50 cents a piece. The quality is better than a photo booth or my old instant Polaroid camera but not as good as a photo lab photo (then again, that could be the fault of my phone) It looks better than the Instax prints I have seen though but again, that is only MY opinion.
  • This won’t replace the need of a large home printer (it is not designed to) but it is a great on the go device. It was not something I thought I wanted but after having it a few days I am in love with it!

I am looking forward to bringing this with me to the stamp show in a couple of weeks, I think it will be fun to scrapbook those memories because we always have such a fun time:) Good luck to everyone who enters the giveaway, be sure to check out the Poloroid ZIP Printer product page on Amazon and then come back and let me know what you like best about it and how you would use it. Oh and if you have any trouble using it just hand it to one of your kids or grandchildren and they will have it printing pics in 30 seconds flat, heck if I can figure it out anyone can LOL! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!