Your memories can now be easily printed out on cute polaroids thanks to the launch of Boft Instant Photo Printing Kiosk in South Africa, with two kiosks having just opened in Cape Town. These mobile units allow photographers and memory-makers to print polaroid-style photos of pictures stored in their phones or on their Instagram accounts quickly and hassle-free, directly through their cell phones. stored on their phones or on their Instagram

Boft is a leading global movement to keep memories alive by providing customers with a convenient way to print high-quality photos from their phones.

Its machines can be found in popular tourist destinations around the world, from New Zealand to Jakarta.

Those wanting to print their images can simply connect their cell phones to the photo booths via Bluetooth of Wi-Fi and select the photos they want to print, easy as that.

Boft kiosks showcase first-class design and build, as well as reliable hardware – a 32-inch waterproof touch screen with HD camera displays your pictures in the brightest colours so you can adjust (for example to include your IG caption, or not) and print them.

The printing kiosk company’s 4-million customers have already printed 17-million photos in 30 countries, including the USA, Australia and Switzerland – and now their kiosks are popping up in Africa! The first kiosks are located at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, with kiosks coming to Joburg’s Sandton and Eastgate malls in January.

“Boft gives people an easy way of printing their favourite memories. A print of your special moments is something that remains timeless, whether you stick it on your fridge, in a memory book, or give it to someone special,” says Micaela Einhorn, Managing Director of Zahava Prints Pty Ltd and owner to exclusive rights to Boft in South Africa.

The first two kiosks can be found at V&A waterfront:

1 – Outside Woolworths on the ground floor
2 – Next to the lifts on the 1st floor near Guess

 

 

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