• Mini color printer
  • Geotechtronics GmbH

    Grubenweg 4b •D-82327 Tutzing
    GERMANY
  • Office hours

    Mo-Sa: 9:00-17:00
  • Tel:+49 881 9270 1950

Smallest mobile color printer in the world* (*Manufacturer information)

Pekoko K1 printer

There is a need for fast, simple and inexpensive labeling not only in industry and trade. Even in the private sector there is always something that needs to be printed quickly. A short message of love for the partner, a complete letterhead, a label for a gift or a quick mini tattoo - there are endless ideas. The problem here is that you cannot "insert" most of these items into a printer and therefore have to resort to cumbersome adhesive labels.

Inspired by industrial hand printers there is now the Pekoko hand lettering system for everyone. The small, inexpensive color hand printer quickly puts everything on paper that comes to mind - IN COLOR!

Paper

Photo paper

T-Shirts

Fabrics

Ribbons

Boxes

Wood

Tattoos

Pekoko K1 color printer

In contrast to industrial hand printers, the Pekoko K1 has a special ink cartridge for multi-color printing. The generation of print content via an app instead of a built-in touchscreen is also geared more towards the requirements of the end customer area. With the Pekoko K1 you can bring your ideas quickly and easily onto paper or any other surface. Let your creativity run free - with the Pekoko K1 mini color printer.



Frequently asked questions about Pekoko K1 Mini-Drucker

What is the Pekoko K1?

According to its own advertising, the Pekoko K1 is the smallest color printer in the world. The Pekoko K1 is a hand printer and is drawn directly over the object to be printed. This means that almost any object can be printed.

What are the uses of the Pekoko K1?

The Pekoko K1 color printer is suitable for quick and easy labeling of paper, cardboard boxes, gift ribbons, T-shirts, device surfaces or for a quick temporary body tattoo.

How is the data entered?

With the Pekoko app, print data can be created quickly and easily and transferred to the printer.