By BRIAN TOLLETT and RICHARD MACKOWITZANANSource ReutersWordPress.com(WSJ.com)February 20, 201911:10AMPacific TimeWashington, DCUS$1,200 buys a $100K paylip printer and a $1K digital printout printerThe first-ever paid lip-printing machine can pay you back in seconds.
The new $1.1 million, $100-a-month paylip printing device from Paylip, Inc. has all the components for a $5 million, 5,000-square-foot printing shop.
Paylip, the San Francisco-based company that was founded by entrepreneur Jeffery Shook, is offering a $600 coupon to any customer who orders a Paylip machine with a $50 payment.
It also offers a $200 discount for customers ordering from Payline.com, the largest online online retailer of lip-prints.
Paypal.com has more than 5 million customers in the United States and Canada, including millions who pay with their smartphones.
The Paylip paylip machine can print your lip in less than 30 seconds.
It’s also the cheapest machine on the market, with a price tag of $100 a month.
Paylip is the only company that offers a printable version of its patented, self-adhesive, magnetic-lip-printable polymer ink, which is available in five sizes and colors.
It’s easy to print and remove, the machine uses only a small amount of ink, and the price is comparable to other printers on the open market.
“Paylip has become a go-to for some of the biggest name brands,” said Mike O’Connor, chief marketing officer of the Paylip company.
PayLip has made the printer a key feature in a slew of digital products and services for clients who use it to create their own digital assets, such as photos, videos and songs.
Paylip’s paylips.com domain was registered in May and it is now listed on the top 10 websites for payment processing in the US.
The $1 million machine can be ordered in the $100 range.
It is designed to print any size, but Paylip says it can print small prints with a standard printer of up to 1,200 dots per inch (DPI).
The machine can also print a standard 2.25-inch (50-centimeter) print, a 1.5-inch print and a 3-inch-wide print.
The paylip.com price is a great deal for a machine that can print a $10-per-page portrait, a portrait that looks great on your smartphone, said Shook.
“This is a nice device for anyone who wants a machine with great functionality.”
The PayLip Paylip printer is available for $500, the same price as the Payline digital printing machine.
There are two variations of the machine, which include a $750 price tag and a machine costing $3,000.
Paylines.com offers a free, 1-year subscription to a PayLit Paylip program for $100 per year.
The machine also offers free shipping, as well as a 24-hour turnaround for returns.
Payable, which has a large online payment network, offers the PayLithip printer for $99 per month.
The company has not disclosed the price of the printer or if it plans to sell it.
Paypaly.com is another company offering a lip-printed printer for a lower price.
It offers a variety of lip prints, including portraits and logos.
Paypaylip.org is a payment processor, not a printer, but its Paylip-branded digital printing product, which was developed by Shook and a team of five other engineers, is the cheapest option on the marketplace.
PayPaylithips.org, which also offers the $1-million machine, offers a payment processing service for up to $100 for the first six months.
Payment processors like PayPay, Paypay, PayPay and PayPay are all trying to differentiate themselves from traditional payment companies that charge a fee for sending money.
PayLips.co, which uses technology to create its digital files, charges a 1% fee for any payment.
PayPal.com said it is looking into developing a digital printing service that will be “the most secure, cost-effective, and convenient.”
It is not clear how many PayLiths.com customers will use the Paylithip machines.
The price is just a start.
The next step for Paylip will be testing the new machine with clients and partners.
“Paylips are an incredible product for any business, and we will continue to develop it to offer a new level of convenience and reliability,” Shook said.