Print Pictures Straight From Your Phone With the Kodak Photo Printer Dock PD450W With Wi-Fi {Review}

By Asha

August 10th, 2017

Thank you to Kodak for sending me product in exchange for my honest opinion in this review.

I am a photo-aholic. I have been since I got my first camera sometime in grade school. There is something about photographs… they can bring back forgotten memories and they can instantly bring a smile (or a tear). I love looking at pictures from years ago. I especially enjoy looking at pictures of my daughter when she was first born. I was in a hormonal, sleep deprived, post c-section pain medicated haze for the first weeks of her life. I don’t remember a whole lot about those early days, which is so sad. I am thankful for the pictures I have of her when she was so tiny. I also treasure the pictures I have of my friend Leo whose live was taken far too soon. In high school my friends cracked jokes about my endless pictures, but everyone sure is glad to have them now that he is gone.

I figure one never can have too many photos. I am a 20-something, but I am “old school” in that I like hard copies of my photos. I scrapbook pictures, put them into photo albums and give them away to friends and family. Ever since I got my first smart phone a few months ago, I have been wondering how I was going to print my pictures from the phone. Luckily, I recently got the opportunity to partner with Kodak to try out the Kodak Photo Printer Dock PD450W With Wi-Fi.

This photo printer is amazing! Here are some of the great features:

From opening the box to printing my first picture took less than 10 minutes. Instructions are easy to follow. I downloaded the app and was up and running quickly. Pictures take approximately 80 seconds each to print. You can see the stages of color and the finished product above. I didn’t have any trouble with photos smudging. They dried extremely quickly. Pictures can be printed easily with the one touch button. You can also easily make edits to the photos using the app.

I printed many photos off of my smart phone. You can see some of them above. Colors are vibrant. Quality is excellent (the photos look a little blurry in the picture, but they are actually quite clear in person). I am very pleased with the printer. Paper and ink cartridge are easy to replace and are relatively inexpensive. I would recommend the Kodak Photo Printer Dock PD450W With Wi-Fi for any photo lover.

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Hi, my name is Asha. I am 28 years old. I am a nurse by profession. I am married to a wonderful man, have one sweet daughter and a lovable bunny named Fuz. I enjoy spending time with family, taking photographs, scrapbooking, hunting, fishing, cooking and gardening.

This post currently has 7 responses.

  • shannon fowler

    This looks like such a great thing to have! i always am wanting to have actual prints of our photos.

  • The technology now a days is pretty amazing

  • Peggy Nunn

    This is so great. It is just what my son’s family needs for Christmas. They have so many pictures on the phone but not printed.

  • Michelle S

    My daughter wants one of these for Christmas this year. Not sure where she saw it but it’s definitely on her list. Thanks for the review – I feel better about buying this one for her this year.

  • Cynthia R

    THis is very handy, especially since I never seem to take pictures with a regular camera anymore.

  • ellen beck

    I am definetly old school when it comes to pictures. I mean sure digital is great but really there is nothing better than holding a real photo. You can have one with you. Devices also tend to break, get lost or fail and so many have pictures gone forever. I really like the idea of this.

  • Lauryn R

    This is a great invention! I grew up admiring my parent’s many photo albums and have always loved taking pictures. Sadly these days all of my photos are digital and I do not have a single album of my own! I know this is my fault, so I have made it my goal to start printing pictures out and making my own. 🙂 This would make it easier to do quickly!

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