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A few months ago I had the mini photo printer Canon Selphy CP1300 bought, which has since printed out a lot of photos for me. So far, all pictures have been printed in convincing quality and I can still warmly recommend the printer. The reasons for my recommendation are: Due to the printing technology, it cannot dry out even if it is not used for a long time and a photo print costs about 30 cents (including photo paper and color - as much as you like) in my opinion, not a fortune. Anyone who likes to read my review will find it here .
As practical as the little Canon Selphy is - unfortunately, you also have a lot of small items to stow: the printer itself, power supply unit, battery, paper cassette, shrink-wrapped photo paper and color cartridges want a safe place.
I got one for this purpose Bag from Supremery that fits the Selphy CP1300, CP1200, and CP1000. In principle, the Original Canon bag to choose from, but I have the feeling (due to the customer reviews on Amazon) that it doesn't offer quite as much space and is a little less padded than the Supremery bag. For the sake of completeness, I would like to list both here, so that you can see for yourself which transport case suits you better.
The description of the Canon carrying case states that it can be used for these models: CP800, CP780, CP760, CP750, CP740, CP730, CP720, CP710, CP530, CP520. Since the interior of the Supremery bag can be flexibly divided, I assume that these models also fit in there, as the bag itself is no smaller than the Canon version.
I had the Canon bag in my hand, so I can't really make a comparison between the Canon and the Supremery bag. But no matter how good the small Canon case may be: I'm very enthusiastic about the Supremery bag and I'm not sure whether Canon can top the quality. But now to the equipment of the Supremery transport bag ...
Inside the carrying case, two padded dividers with Velcro ends can be used to divide the printer, power supply unit and cartridges from each other. With me, the dividers are loosely inserted, since nothing can slip much anyway.
The battery of my Selphy CP1300 can remain connected to the printer and it still fits in my pocket without any problems. A note about the battery: The self-discharge of the battery seems to be very low. With some devices the battery is almost empty within two weeks when plugged in, but with the Selphy I sometimes didn't do anything with the printer for two or three months and the battery was still ready for use. The Genuine Canon battery (NB-CP2LH) So there is another recommendation on the side.
In the lid of the bag is a net that can be closed with a zipper. There is a color cartridge and a few packets of photo paper with me and there is still space for other accessories.
What I particularly like about the Supremery transport bag is the upholstery on the outside. To me, the part almost gives the impression of a hard case. Not only the bottom and the lid, but also the sides are provided with solid plastic inserts, which are surrounded by the wipeable, robust outer material. Inside, which is a good 27 x 18 cm (I measured it!), You will find microfiber fabric that protects the printer and accessories from scratches.
The printer itself can be secured in the case with an elastic transport strap that can be closed with Velcro. This means that the Selphy cannot slide back and forth in the interior when carrying the transport case.
A shoulder strap is also included in the scope of delivery of the bag, which can be attached to the side of the Supremery transport bag with a snap hook. Since I find this rather impractical when I want to carry the printer in my pocket (because I don't hang it over my shoulder), I removed the strap.
At just under 30 euros, the Supremery bag for the Selphy is a good 5 euros more expensive than the original Canon bag, but I can read from the Amazon reviews of the Canon bag that this one obviously not big enough at a hunt.
I can't find anything negative about the Supremery transport bag. On the contrary: It also offers enough space for paper, cartridges, batteries and other accessories and protects the printer very well against dust and damage.
If you want to take a look at the bag, you will find it here at Amazon.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.
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