Do you ever get bummed out about not doing anything with the photos on your phone? I’ve always loved having physical photographs, and I’ve been telling myself (for years!) that I’ll upload my digital ones to have them all printed – but who ever gets around to doing that? I decided that I would treat myself to a little holiday present – a mobile printer! It’s so convenient, and allows me to print all of my favorite pictures on the go!
Last month I shopped with PayPal to purchase from a small business for my mobile printer. This holiday season, consider shopping local and supporting small businesses! Jarden has his own small business, a drone and media company, so we know how much it means when a customer decides to support small merchants. Small businesses allow you to get gifts for your loved ones, while also supporting the local economy!
I puchased the SereneLife PICKIT20 Portable and Wireless Mobile Printer from Wellbots, an online technology shop that has everything ranging from drones, to smart toys, to mobile accessories. This website was perfect for all our tech needs!
The ordering process was simple, and the payment process was quick with PayPal’s One Touch. PayPal’s One Touch allows you to pay for items in your shopping basket without having to enter credit card or billing details — activate it here. You don’t even need to get out of bed to grab your wallet this holiday season – how easy is that?!
The shipping for my mobile printer was quick, and I got 2 extra printing cartridges along with it. One cartridge prints 20 full-color pictures – I’m well stocked for all the pictures I’ll take this winter!
I received the SereneLife Mobile Printer a couple days before our trip, and it was amazing to be able to print out photos right then and there in every country we visited. I love having a physical copy of our photos, and I plan to print a picture out from every country we travel too.
Ever since I got the printer, I’ve been printing old and new memories like crazy! You have the option to print to the full size of the photo, or a small polaroid type. I’ve noticed that initially the picture looked a bit faded while printing, so I like to up the saturation in the PICKIT app to have the picture print a bit more true to color. The quality is decent for something that prints and dries in a matter of seconds, and the PICKIT app also offers a lot of fun customizations.
What do you think about mobile printers? I’m loving mine – it’s so easy, efficient, and is the perfect #treatyoself gift!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.