HP Sprocket Plus Printer (White) Review + Printing Guide.

For a couple of months now, I have had my eyes on this beautiful little gadget, the HP Sprocket Plus Printer. I have seen a few YouTubers, such as Zoe Sugg and Mark Ferris advertise this on their channels and if I am going, to be honest, it looked pretty darn amazing. As you can imagine, for a photographer, as soon I saw it, I just wanted it!

I love being able to print out my photographs and display them around my room to remind me of all the perfect shots I’ve captured, as well as all the amazing adventures I’ve been on. Fortunately, I actually received the HP Sprocket Plus (White) as a gift, from Kevin’s parents for Christmas. I was so happy to have received this as I honestly loved it from the moment I saw it and was saving up to purchase it myself.Ā I do actually own an instant Polaroid camera, although it doesn’t save the photos and the quality isn’t great. So, this was just perfect.


I have decided to review the HP Sprocket Plus (White) on my blog as I think it’s important to read a range of reviews about whether to make a purchase like this or not. I am going to be completely honest and share with you my exact thoughts about this, including the printing process and the quality etc,.

Here’s what HP has to say about it:

  • 30% larger than the standard sprocket
  • Use the HP sprocket app to quickly print your favourite photos via Bluetooth
  • Filters, borders, emojis and more are available to edit your photos
  • No ink cartridges required – just the paper

(HP Development Company, 2019)

How does it work?

  1. Download the HP sprocket app from your smartphone app store
  2. Complete the required steps –> My Sprocket –> Sprocket Plus
  3. Follow the steps to turn on, load paper and connect using Bluetooth
  4. YOUR DEVICES ARE PAIRED!!! Time to start printing

How to use the HP Sprocket Printing app?

  1. Choose a photograph that you would like to print
  2. select the amount of copies (i.e. 01 or 02)
  3. Click the middle button underneath with the printer emoji

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As soon as you have pressed that little printer button with the green dot your photograph will transfer to the sprocket and begin to print. Only press the button once and wait for the screen to change to the white printing section. Sometimes it can take some time to send over, and if you press the button twice, you will get two photographs printing.


How to add filters, borders and emojis?Ā 

  1. Choose a photograph that you would like to print
  2. Click the pen on the top right corner
  3. Then, play around with the different options along the button (i.e. filters, borders, emojis, cropping and many more)
  4. When you’re happy with your photograph, click on the tick in the top right corner
  5. Select the amount of copies (i.e. 01 or 02)
  6. Click the middle button underneath with the printer emoji

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I absolutely LOVE this little gadget…I THINK IT IS PERFECT! This is incredible, not just for someone like me whos interested in photography, but for anyone who loves to treasure their memories. It is very easy to set-up, as well as editing and printing. I think the quality is amazing, especially for a small version coming out. It is really difficult to make the photographs being printed in good quality because that will always go fuzzy, as I am taking a photo of it. But, you can still see how incredible they look.

I am looking forward to print many more photographs, as well as putting them around my brand new flat in the next few weeks. If you would like to see how I organise and place these photographs around my home, please comment and I will create a post based on that.


I hope you found this post useful. Do you have the HP Sprocket Plus?

2 thoughts on “HP Sprocket Plus Printer (White) Review + Printing Guide.

  1. Han February 3, 2019 / 11:01 am

    Such beautiful photos! I have my eye on this!


    • Bryoni Burns February 8, 2019 / 8:50 pm

      Thanks Han! It’s amazing. I can’t wait to decorate the new flat with lots of photographs.

      Liked by 1 person

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