It would seem that self­ie sticks are no longer as pop­u­lar as they used to be, but for good pho­tos with the max­i­mum cap­ture of the land­scape or peo­ple, they are still used. A self­ie stick will def­i­nite­ly come in handy when trav­el­ing, or on vaca­tion with friends, when you want to cap­ture the moment, and so that every­one gets into the frame. Today I will tell you about an inex­pen­sive self­ie stick with a Blue­tooth remote con­trol, which I myself have been using for a long time.


  • Char­ac­ter­is­tics
  • Pack­ag­ing and equip­ment
  • Appear­ance
  • Func­tion­al
  • blue­tooth remote
  • Con­clu­sion
  • Fold­ed length: 180mm
  • Length in max­i­mum unfold­ed posi­tion: 700 mm
  • Max­i­mum smart­phone width for fix­ing: 90mm
  • Weight: 115 g.
  • Mate­r­i­al: plas­tic, met­al
Packaging and equipment

The device arrives in a reg­u­lar postal thick enve­lope, in which there is a box with the device itself. In addi­tion to the device, there was only an instruc­tion in the box, but we won’t need it, because every­thing is intu­itive. By the way, it was very nice that the self­ie stick, or rather the remote con­trol, was already equipped with a bat­tery, so the device could be used imme­di­ate­ly.

I have been using a self­ie stick for a long time, so I have not kept the instruc­tions, but, as I indi­cat­ed above, I will not need it.


The device is made of fair­ly durable plas­tic and pleas­ant to the touch. When fold­ed, the self­ie stick is only 18 cen­time­ters long, mak­ing it easy to take with you in almost any bag, or even fit in a large pock­et. Speak­ing of the fact that the device is made of good plas­tic — unfor­tu­nate­ly, I dropped the device sev­er­al times, but the fall did not bring any scratch­es or seri­ous dam­age. The device is com­fort­able to hold and lay out. The fold­ing part is met­al.


You can start from the bot­tom of the device. There is a recess with a spe­cial thread, thanks to which you can place a self­ie stick, for exam­ple, on a tri­pod, or screw oth­er equip­ment. For exam­ple, it is very con­ve­nient to add (and it is bet­ter to order right away) a small tri­pod. Thus, the self­ie stick will turn into a great desk­top tri­pod for your smart­phone.

Also at the moment there are more advanced mod­els, where tripods are already built into the han­dle of the device and it is very easy to trans­form.

On the body of the device is a small remote con­trol with Blue­tooth, which I thought was built into the device. But the remote con­trol can be pulled out, and you can con­trol the self­ie stick from dif­fer­ent dis­tances.

The hold­er itself, on which you will place the smart­phone, is adjustable. When adjust­ing, you can hear char­ac­ter­is­tic clicks. After each such click, the hold­er will be fixed. Well, those latch­es that actu­al­ly hold the smart­phone move apart very eas­i­ly. Also on the inside of the latch­es there is a spe­cial soft mate­r­i­al so as not to scratch the smart­phone.

The spring on the hold­er is quite tight, and you need to try to place the smart­phone in the latch­es. But it’s even good, thanks to such a tight spring, the smart­phone will not slip and stag­ger, you don’t have to wor­ry that it will fall.

My phone is quite heavy and wide, but this did not affect the self­ie stick, and the smart­phone was firm­ly and secure­ly in the latch­es. I would like to note only that if you push the self­ie stick to the max­i­mum, then it can sag a lit­tle. But this is not scary, because. under the weight of even a heavy smart­phone, it does not break or crack, so this is a minor minus.

Speak­ing of cons, the device has a rather large angle of rota­tion around its axis at max­i­mum exten­sion. But if the device is fold­ed, then such rota­tion can be avoid­ed with a sim­ple posi­tion lock.

bluetooth remote

As for the remote itself, as I wrote above, the bat­tery was already inside. The remote con­trol is quite sim­ply removed from a spe­cial niche and resem­bles more an ordi­nary but­ton than a remote con­trol. If you want to use the device as a tri­pod (sub­ject to order­ing an updat­ed mod­el, or by attach­ing a tri­pod), then such a but­ton will help you out a lot. Well, if you use a self­ie stick for its intend­ed pur­pose, then you don’t have to wor­ry, the but­ton is in a niche quite reli­ably, it doesn’t stag­ger or fall out. Inside the but­ton there is a small chip and a niche for installing a CR 1632 bat­tery.

Con­nect­ing the remote con­trol to your smart­phone is quite sim­ple. It is nec­es­sary to hold the but­ton for a few sec­onds, a blue LED will appear on the remote con­trol, which means that the but­ton is on. Turn on Blue­tooth on your smart­phone, find the remote con­trol and con­nect. The device is high­light­ed as Self­ieCom. That’s all. Now you can use the self­ie stick. Turn­ing off the self­ie stick is also sim­ple — hold down the but­ton for a few sec­onds.

Buy upgrad­ed ver­sion


I am com­plete­ly sat­is­fied with such a self­ie stick, only now I want to add a tri­pod to it, or com­plete­ly update the device. The self­ie stick is a great help dur­ing pic­nics and trav­el, walks, and dur­ing meet­ings with friends. It does­n’t take up much space and is quite light. Well, using it, as you can see for your­self, is very sim­ple.

Well, that’s all for today. I hope my short review was use­ful and inter­est­ing for you. Well, if you want to find more inter­est­ing reviews and arti­cles, then you should look at my blog on the site, there are a lot of inter­est­ing things. Hap­py shop­ping!