PoGo Instant Photo Printer

Snap, send, print, stick

PoGo Instant Photo Printer

Snap, send, print, stick

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You've probably got oodles of photos trapped inside your mobile phone and digital camera. But how do you print them off when you're out and about? No, you don't cart around a computer, a tech-nerd and a bulky printer. You don't even dust off your raincoat and head to the nearest photo lab. You use the revolutionary PoGo Instant Photo Printer.
Polariod PoGo

Print directly from your mobile via Bluetooth

Polariod PoGo

New: Pink version!

Brimming with breakthrough technology, this ultra-sleek inkless portable printer is brought to you by Polaroid, legendary purveyors of instant piccies, and it's just as idiot-proof as the photo-spewing cameras you played with back in the day. All you do is send your pics to the PoGo wirelessly via Bluetooth (mobile phone) or with a USB lead (PictBridge-friendly camera) and watch in awe as this smart gizmo churns out a quality image on a 2"x3" slice of sticky-back photo paper in under 60 seconds. In a word, wow! You can then peel off the backing and stick your pics wherever you fancy.

Polariod PoGo

Print directly from your camera via USB (USB cable not included)

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The magic Zink (Zero Ink) paper!

Unlike old-style instant photos you won't have to shake your pics dry because the PoGo uses miraculous heat-activated Zink paper, no ink cartridges required. It's like magic minus the abracadabras and arched eyebrows. What's more the prints are smudge-proof, water-resistant, fade-resistant and tear-proof. Print off that hilarious photo of your over-refreshed colleague asleep on the photocopier with his pants pulled down and stick it on the boss's door and it'll be there for ages. Probably.

Polariod PoGo

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Powered by a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery or directly via the mains, the PoGo holds 10 sheets of Zink paper at a time - more than enough for a night of sticky piccy fun. And with additional paper packs available right here at Firebox you can re-load, juice-up and indulge in instant print-offs whenever you want: parties, business trips, festivals, holidays, debauched nights out - you name it.

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Powern button

Power / Battery LED indicator

Status LED indicator

USB connector

Battery Compartment

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Fits in your pocket!

We never thought we'd say this about a printer but the PoGo is one of the most entertaining, not to mention practical, peripherals you'll ever shove in your pocket. Think of it as a hi-tech facilitator of instant photography for the digital age. Failing that, think of it as a nifty little doodah that allows you to stick compromising photos on a sozzled pal's forehead in a flash. Say cheese!

AC adapter input

Photo exit slot

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Paper door latch

Paper tray door

more info

Polariod PoGo

Awarded 4 Gold Stars by T3!

Please Note:
  • Holds 10 sheets of Zink paper
  • This product currently doesn't work with iPhone or LG Viewty
  • The Zink paper comes with a expiration date, however the performance does not decline rapidly after this date. We have heard from the manufacture these will be good to use for over 24 months from 'expiry'.
  • PoGo approximately 7.2cm(W) x 12cm(D) x 2.4cm(H)
  • Zink photo paper approximately 7.6cm(W) x 5cm(H)
  • 1 x PoGo Portable Printer
  • 10 x sheets of Zink paper
  • 1 x Li Polymer rechargeable battery 7.4V, 450mAh
  • 1 x Mains Charger
  • 1 x User Manual
Battery Requirements:
  • 7.2V rechargable battery included
  • Battery is replaceable
  • Full charge prints approximately 15 images
  • 9V AC Adapter included
  • Bluetooth (class 2) OPP
  • USB 2.0 (full speed= 12 MBPS)
  • USB A connector (USB cable not included)
Print Speed:
  • Approximately 60 seconds per image (20 seconds to transmit, 40 seconds to print)
About Zink Photo Paper:
  • Full bleed, borderless image
  • Inkless printing embeds colour into the paper
  • Prints dry-to-touch, water-resistant, tear-proof and smudge-proof
  • Peel off, sticky-backed
  • Automatic image quality optimisation
  • Each sheet measures 2 x 3 inchs

Customer Reviews

Can this print documents as well as photos ? Or is it just a photo printer ?
Ludo - 13th November 2011
Firebox says: This will only print photo's! you can print photos of a document though!
Doe's it work with ipod touch ( I know as its apple prob not but just thought id double check).
Deb - 23rd October 2011
Firebox says: Hi Deb! Unfortunately it does not work with the iPod touch, iPhone or with the LG viewty.
Recently ordered this item from as they were the cheapest. Arrived swiftly. All in all its a pretty nifty device. Print quality is fairly good but it does depend on the quality of the picture taken as to how good the printed version actually is. Connecting via Bluetooth is simple enough but you do need to be aware that you need to use the pairing code which is supplied in the box. Only one fairly major flaw. I had to hunt online to find this out. This printer will only print .jpg format pictures. IF you try printing out any other format even the.jpeg format, the red light will just flash and nothing will print. From a PC, if you want to print anything that's not .jpg format, you just need to open the item, save it as a .jpg file and then you'll have no problems at all.
Taffy - 13th September 2011
Firebox says: Cheers for the terrific review and advice Taffy, most appreciated.
This works Brill but my power supply cable has broken and I cannot find a new one any ideas where I can get one from.
Michael Gittins - 16th July 2011
Firebox says: Drop us a line via Michael, we'll see what we can do.
Hi, i want to know if it is airport friendly as i'm planning to take it to america with me and want to know if its safe to put in my cary on bag? because I know some aren't and have to be checked by hand at customs. thanks.
Suzanne - 24th June 2011
Firebox says: You'd have to check with the relevant Customs Agencies to be sure Suzanne.
Is there any way of using this with an iPhone and if not are there any plans that you know of to change this. Would really like one otherwise. Thanks.
Gadgetfreak - 19th June 2011
Firebox says: There is no way we know of, it's something that is being looked into, as far as we understand it's as much to do with licensing as it is software.