#selfiemonopod – This wired selfie stick (wired, not bluetooth) for use with family and friends when out and about. I tested it on an iPhone 6s (in an Otter box case).
Pros: Requires no batteries and no charging; works flawlessly ***w/ IOS devices***; instructions straightforward w/ pictures; sturdy device, solid rubberized non-slip handle; good feel on button click; handle has cinch-able lanyard; stick is stainless steel; extension action is tight (which it should be); phone holder is rubberized/spring-loaded, w/ a good grip—has built-in storage for 3.5 mm jack toner; phone holder base has locking mechanism that stops the head from swiveling easily
Cons: after tightening locking mechanism on phone holder as much as possible, holder still swiveled slightly if pressure placed on the phone when mounted, not much, but still moved; holder head is large, will not likely fit in your pocket–I’ve seen other selfie sticks that will (enhanced portability comes at the price device being less sturdy, compared to this stick); wire for the 3.5mm jack is flimsy and feels like it could snap; 2nd ***the major one***.
Recommended Purchase?: For IOS, definitely (unless you want to fit this in your pocket, then, meh). I tried it on a droid phone (Droid Turbo 1st Gen) from my friend, and it didn’t work at all. The description mentioned that it will not work on all android phones.
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