At a time when our phone storage is exploding, and our camera roll remains an unrevised chaos behind a screen, Cheerz offers a fun, simple way to preserve the very best pictures. Cheerz is in the business of helping everyone create palpable memories for generations to come.
The Cheerz Box is a true classic. The original Cheerz product, launched in 2012, quickly became a must-have. It’s as simple as it is ingenious: a pretty and polished case for the safekeeping of your memories, holding 30 to 45 prints of your choice – the quintessential 10x10cm square prints, or the cool 8x10cm retro prints. Perfect as a gift to someone dear to you, like your mum, your best friend, or yourself.
In the end of July, Cheerz is relaunching the original Cheerz Box in a new, timelessly chic design. The collection will be a permanent pillar in the Cheerz product range and comes in a range of three marvelous colours: a sunny yellow, a summer sky blue and a delicious pink.
The clean design and playful colours make this an item to collect – and they will look great lined up next to each other (albeit not as great as your special memories inside).
This magnum opus of Cheerz is truly a must-have, nay – must-collect, revisited.
What is the Cheerz Box?
A charming case to hold 30 to 45 prints. Starting at £14
The Cheerz Box can be ordered in less than three minutes through the Cheerz app, or on the website. Choose your photos from your phone or social media accounts.
Photos are printed on high quality Fujifilm paper
Delivered in under 3 days
New design released in app and on website 26 July 2018
Learn more about Cheerz, and their range of high quality, competitively priced products, www.cheerz.com/en
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