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Polaroid i-Zone Sticky Pocket Film - 3 Pack


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  • Instant color prints
  • Fun sticker film
  • 3 packs, 12 exposures per pack
  • Fast developing time
  • Compatible with Polaroid i-zone pocket camera
1 new from $120.65

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Polaroid
  • Model: CL-37
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Film Format Type: instant

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004RES2
  • Item model number: CL-37
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 30, 2000

Product Description

Amazon.com

Polaroid I-Zone Sticky Pocket Film 3-Pack is for use in the Polaroid I-Zone Pocket Camera. The sticker film allows you to create your own fun postage stamp-size images that you can stick anywhere. This three-pack contains a total of 36 exposures.

Product Description

Stock up on instant film refills for your Polaroid camera. Polaroid Sticker Pocket film is general purpose, high speed, medium contrast, integral for instant glossy color prints. 3-pk. (12 exposures per pack). Store in dry, cool place. Made in USA.

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Customer Reviews

Bye the way, you can buy 12-packs at stores like Pamida or Wal-mart, ShopKo, etc.
Monica
It enhances the things you can do with the I-Zone camera and the small pictures are wonderful for little creative ideas.
Hardik Chaudhari
Basically the 'sticky film' is just like the regular film, with a peel off piece on the back, revealing the adhesive.
Kevin Fox

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Hardik Chaudhari on June 6, 2000
This sticky film is really wonderful. It enhances the things you can do with the I-Zone camera and the small pictures are wonderful for little creative ideas. For example, I'm making a collage of all my friends in the theme of the Brady Bunch opening sequence, and this film and camera are perfect for that. The stickiness is perfect: not permanent, yet still strong. But, just know that you can buy the single 12-photo packs at retail stores, instead of this 3-pak. The price is decent considering the unique capabilities of the camera.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 9, 2000
The film is perfect it sticks practically everywhere imaginable,and it develops clear pics.It may seem a bit pricey at first-but think about it-you dont have to pay 4 developing -so in the long run ur not wasting any money!RoCk On!!:)
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Grace Montemar on January 5, 2002
I'm an i-Zone addict. I own three different i-Zone cameras and have taken literally hundreds of i-Zone pictures. But while I'm a big fan of the convenience, size and fun associated with them, I'm not thrilled with the price of the sticky film.
The average price for a 3-pack (which is more economical than the 12-exposure single pack), depends on where you purchase your film and if it's on sale. Typically, the 3-pack will run more. But this price tends to go higher for the sticky film, which I don't think is worth the extra cost. And if you use your i-Zone camera as much as me, then the added cost will really multiply quickly.
The main difference between the two kinds of films is that the sticky film displays a tacky-colored border around it and includes an adhesive-backing, which isn't all that strong. I agree with one of the previous reviewers to save the extra money and manually use tape with the regular 3-pack film.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jake Kirsch on September 14, 2000
These stickers are so much fun to play with. You can stick them in filofaxes, on the edge of your monitor or many other places. We took pictures of people at my office, cut out their faces and put them on other people. The only problem is that the film is a bit pricey and you end up going through it so fast.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Monica on December 29, 2000
I-zone camera's are so cute! The sticky film is great, much handier than taping the pictures up! And sticky film has cool colors. Mine has stars with yellow and green backgrounds! Don't hesitate to try it! Bye the way, you can buy 12-packs at stores like Pamida or Wal-mart, ShopKo, etc.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 22, 2000
This product is very nice for older children. I am a 12 year old who really loves it. I think that you get your money's worth when you buy this because the sticky film is really great. It can stick everywhere.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Linden on June 27, 2001
The pictures are just mini polaroids with a sticky part on the back. They're stiff, but they're no thicker than a polaroid picture. If you have the regular film, you can put double sided tape on the back and accomplish the same thing. I am happy with the picture quality. I'm always forgetting to get my film developed, so this is really convienient for me.
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Fox on July 28, 2000
Basically the 'sticky film' is just like the regular film, with a peel off piece on the back, revealing the adhesive. The polaroid film backing doesn't come off, so the picture is still stiff, so it's suitable for sticking to a refrigerator or locker, but not for sticking onto a smooth surface or normal paper. Still, it's handier than carrying around ruber cement.
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