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Polaroid Zink (Zero-Ink) Paper 2x3-Inch 20 Sheets

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About this product


  • Smudge proof
  • Water and tear resistant
  • Reproduces millions of vivid, hi-resolution colours

Product overview

• Smudge proof
• Water and tear resistant
• Reproduces millions of vivid, hi-resolution colours
• Environmentally friendly - no cartridges and no extra packaging to discard
• Peel-off sticky back
• Prints dry to touch, with protective polymer overcoat
• Long-lasting image
• Fade-resistant even with exposure to light, heat and humidity

What is Zink Technology?
The Zink (zero ink) printing technology uses absolutely no ink. Its advanced composite material uses embedded dye crystals inside each sheet, with a protective polymer overcoat layer outside. The dye crystals are initially colourless, but when they are heated they activate cyan, magenta and yellow to colour the image. So when heat is applied, full colour images appear on the paper like magic. This provides you with a full colour image on a two by three-inch, long lasting, smudge-proof sheet. The Zink paper has adhesive backing which allows you to get creative with your prints.

What is Zink paper for?
The Polaroid Zink (zero ink) paper is designed for use with both the Polaroid Zip Printer and the Polaroid Snap Camera. The sheets are foil packaged in multiples of 10, so they are ready to load straight into your Polaroid photo printing device. Each sheet will create a smudge-proof, fade-resistant, full-colour instant photograph for you in less than a minute, with whichever Polaroid device you choose!


Product Specifications

Paper Size:

2x3 inches





Paper Sheets

Will these work on the Polaroid 600 series camera?

Asked by: Anonymous
ZINK paper only works with compatible ZINK cameras ... You would need to check if YOUR camera is compatible with ZINK paper, my belief is that the Polaroid 600 is not.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-12-13
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