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Review: 6 Things to Know About Phomemo Printer plus Unboxing Video and Discount Code


There is the latest pocket printer released recently, and it has been a great benefit for crafters. If you have not heard of Phomemo printer, I am excited to share with about it and how it can benefit your arts and craft projects. I will be sharing with you some of my personal experience using Phomemo, but I will also like to include standard Phomemo product information for your knowledge.

What is Phomemo
Thermal Printer
Phomemo (a word combo of Photo Memo) is a thermal printer that connects very quickly to your mobile phone or tablet via Bluetooth wirelessly and an app that can be downloaded via Google Playstore. It prints without using any ink because it uses thermal paper. This is great because you don't need to spend extra on ink supplies, plus it is environmentally friendly.

More Than Just Thermal Paper
It comes with various types of refill paper ranging from sticker thermal paper, non-adhesive, transparent/semi-transparent, colourful ones and more. Personally, I have used the transparent and sticker thermal paper and it was very handy because I was able to make stickers out of my doodle. Like most thermal paper, it does have some duration on how long the print will last. They call it "Picture Storage Time". Different Phomemo thermal paper has different picture storage time depending on which paper you are using. It ranges from 2 - 5 years, some 10 - 20 years, but my favourite is the transparent thermal paper because it has the longest lasting effect which is more than 20 years.
Lightweight and Pocket Size
My journal is like an extension of me, almost as if we are one. One of the things that I wished I have is a small printer that I can print my photos, notes or even make my own ephemera stickers. What I love most about the Phomemo printer is that it is a pocket-size "book" shape design that allows you to carry it as a tool wherever you go. Its measurements are 3.4" x 3.2" x 1.7" and only 6.7 oz- that's really light! If you are journaling on the go, this printer is just as good to bring along with you and your journaling tools.

Quick & Easy
If you have a craft project in mind, with Phomemo, you can save your time printing because it prints fast with a 10-second speed and it can be printed continuously for 26.25 ft at a time. I have tested it by printing 3 images continuously at the same time. Just a reminder, make sure you have your image ready and stored in your phone where it is easy to locate to print because that will be the only thing that will take up time. The app that comes with Phomemo is a user-friendly app. All you need to do is connect it and you are good to go. Even if you don't turn on your Bluetooth, it will remind you to do so after you have selected your photo.
All About the Battery
Your Phomemo charges via USB. You can charge it with a standard USB cable or plug it into a power bank. Super convenient. It has a large battery capacity of 1000mAh, and it can print more than 4 rolls of Phomemo thermal paper on just a 2-hour charge.

What Can You Use Phomemo for?
After using for my own journaling use, I learned that Phomemo isn't just limited to printing photos. You can use it to make labels, notes and stickers for your craft projects like scrapbooking, card making, upcycled crafts or even crafts for home (you know, DIY mason jar kind of thing). The app comes with a feature called "Graphic" and it has 4 different themes (Comic, Study, Lace and WordArt of cute images and clipart for you to download and use in your projects.

Unboxing
In case you are wondering what it comes with, you are welcome to watch my unboxing video below which includes how to use the Phomemo printer and app.

Planning to get one? Great! Use my code: CRAFTSY10 for a 10% discount.


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