Offer ends 31st July 2018. Exclusions apply.
New Very Home Insurance customers only. Introduced by Shop Direct Finance Company Limited. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Sales arranged by Direct Group Limited.
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How to get your 20% discount off Fashion & Footwear: Place an order by 23/07/18 using code HAPPY20. Your order will then be reduced by the relevant amount. The code can only be used once, and not at the same time as other offer codes. There is a minimum order value of £75. Sale items, Discounted lines, Financial Services products and delivery charges are excluded from the offer.
MPN: Z3Z92A2-BUN EAN: 190781575849
Item number MPK6N
The compact HP Sprocket Portable Photo Printer makes any trip out with friends and family more fun.More fun than sharing photos on social media sites, now you can instantly print photos at any time or place! The included Wallet Case in stylish gold also keeps your HP Sprocket well protected as you travel.
Weighing only 172g and fitting easily in your bag or pocket, this makes photos instantly sharable with 5 x 7.6cm (2 x 3 inch) snapshots or stickers of every fun-filled moment.
It links easily with your phone or tablet via Bluetooth® and allows you to customise your photos before you print with the HP Sprocket App – get creative with text, borders, emojis and more to add a pop of personality for snapshots and stickers that are totally and uniquely you!
As well as printing images taken with your phone, you can also easily print social media photo by connect your social media accounts to HP Sprocket App and instantly turning images into colourful prints.
This HP mini printer is rechargeable through a USB charging cable that's included in the box and you don't need to buy ink because this clever, little device creates prints by heating up crystals on the HP ink photo paper.