(Closed) please explain different models of Gocco, confused

posted 10 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
122 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

Check out this article:


For me it was a choice between the B6 and the PG11.  Both have the same print size, but the PG11, from what I understand, makes everyting a lot easier.

I just got a used B6 (last week) with a bunch of accesories and can’t wait to use it.  For me, I don’t mind a little extra work for the significant price difference that you’re going to have between the PG11 and B6.  Ask me again in a couple of months, I may have another story to tell. 😉 

Ebay is a good place, but I actually found mine by joining a gocco, yahoo group.  People are always posting there gocco’s for sale.  There are also some flickr groups you can join too.

I’m not expert, but there are lots of posts on this site, so check them out too.  Just search gocco.

Have fun!

Post # 4
406 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2009 - Small church ceremony with mountain-view log cabin reception

Typically for any project you’ll be doing with paper sizes for save the dates and invitations, the B6 should be big enough. For my invitations, I had 5×7 cards and I actually had to split up the card into two sections. Sure it was a pain to make sure they were lined up and straight, but like Grnmel (above) said, it’s just not worth the extra money for me. Keep researching though, because gocco supplies are hard to find these days… it’s such a sad loss:(

Post # 5
11 posts
  • Wedding: May 2012

I was really confused, too.  After a few recommendations I went with the B6, which was super-easy to find on eBay.  Haven’t used it yet though…first Gocco crafting day is scheduled for early Jan!

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