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Polaroid Zink Media 70 pack for PoGo Instant Mobile Printer

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  • Includes 70 sheets of 2" x 3" (5.08 cm x 7.62 cm) photo paper designed for use with your PoGO pocket-sized photo printer
  • Full-bleed, borderless image with peel-off sticky back
  • Inkless printing embeds colour onto the paper
  • Prints are dry to touch
  • Water-resistant, tear-proof, smudge-proof

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Technical Details
BrandPolaroid
Model NumberAZU-07011BE
Item Weight91 g
Product Dimensions14.8 x 5.8 x 2.4 cm
Binding Edgeoffice_product
Manufacturer Part Number0826219013774
  
Additional Information
ASINB001H30Y3W
Best Sellers Rank 315 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight100 g
Date First Available1 Oct. 2008
  
 

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Manufacturer's Description

Unique ZINK technology: no ink needed for the Polaroid PoGo Printer, only these magic photo papers. The heart of this new "ZINK" category of printing is the ZINK Paper. The patented ZINK Paper is an advanced composite material with embedded yellow, magenta and cyan dye crystals, activated with 200 million heat pulses, in 30 seconds, in a single pass. With 100 billion crystals in a 2 x 3-inch print, the paper is 100-percent inkless. A ZINK-enabled printer uses heat to activate and colorize these crystals.

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  • Polaroid Zink Media 70 pack for PoGo Instant Mobile Printer


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    I bought a Polaroid PoGo and also ordered this 70 pack of Zink paper with it. I was slightly concerned about the whole issue of expiry dates, after reading reviews on here and elsewhere - and, as predicted, when I received the package on 5 January, the date on the paper was end of Jan 2010!

    However, the next day I phoned IJT (the supplier) and had a chat with a *very* kind and helpful man. Two things to note:

    1. When I first started printing photos, my first few prints were horribly streaky, and I was really disappointed. I told the man this, and he told me that if I notice that a print hasn't come out great, run the blue card through on its own 2 or 3 times before printing any more, and this cleans the printer head. I did this and it worked! No more streaky prints!

    2. I asked about expiry dates, and he said that the only reason they have expiry dates is because the EU classify the Zink paper (as with all ink cartridges) as a "consumable", and therefore by law they must put an expiry date on. However, he confirmed that the the Zink paper DOES NOT EXPIRE, because the crystals on the paper are activated by the heat from the printer, and they do not deteriorate in any other way (he really sounded like he knew what he was talking about). Hence - ignore the expiry date on the paper.

    He also said that if I do find any problems with the paper after January, they would be happy for me to send it back and they would replace it.

    Hopefully that is useful for some customers who are worried about it.
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    Totally unexpected uses for these photographs. the backs peel off and we have used them to make personalised birthday cards.
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    7 individually sealed packs of 10 ZINK sheets come in this little box. Very good for keeping the paper flat and does exactly what it says it will do!
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    I love my PoGo printer, and with prints this cheap who can go wrong?
    Small scale sticker prints, no ink, great price...fantastic!!
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    It's a great piece of kit, considering I picked up the instant printer for £18.99. The printer was obviously for French distribution, given the language on the box, and there were no written instructions only a visual set of diagrams with no words?!!! But after getting in touch with Bentham, who sent me a powerpoint manual on the thing, I found this little printer great. I ran the blue cleaning card through but it may be advisable to do it a couple of times, as my first print had a streak at the top. Thereafter I enjoyed lovely prints and great for use with my son's homework, scrap books, the kids (and my) diaries, and for making greeting cards, or menus even!

    No issues regarding the machine for me, just yet... It's the paper that might be a problem. It seems Bentham tend to sell the paper close to it's expiry date, reflected, I suspect, in the reduced price. The 10 sheets that came with the printer expired in the same month the printer was bought! I have ordered another 70 sheets, and considered another 70 on top, until I realised the expiry issue. I did read an American review where the writer had bought expired paper at a discount price, from Target, and found it to be fine. But for me this is still a problem.
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    great little pocket printer on the go. my teenage daughter asked for a polaroid camera which i never really supported as you cannot change the colour quality and you don't always have it with you (much bigger than this zip printer) so i found this little thing and surprised her. i am very pleased and she is printing good quality photos (ok they are nowhere near as good as proper photo prints) but for on the go and asap printing the quality is good enough. my daughter loves the sticky back of the photos.
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    So far 4 out of the 7 packs have been faulty! with lines running through the entire picture, have had to change the pack each time to get a good picture!! not going to buy from them again!!
    Very upsetting and frustrating as I used this product regularly.
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    I have a Zink PoGo and the print quality is good for what it is. Streakiness can be solved with running the blue card out a few times.
    The PoGo doesn't work with iOS unfortunately but does print fine from OSX on a Mac if you pair it up.
    Transfer speed are slow however (took 3 mins to transfer a 3mb photo via bluetooth).
    Other thing to note is that expiry does not matter. I have used a few prints from a 2010 expiry (5 yrs old now!) and they print absolutely ok.
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