Since the qual­i­ty of shoot­ing from mobile devices is grow­ing every year, most ordi­nary users no longer need cam­eras for every­day shoot­ing. But in order for the pic­tures and videos from the smart­phone to be of the high­est qual­i­ty, a “stand” for the smart­phone is need­ed. I am glad to present you a review of the tri­pod mod­el K07 from an unknown brand.

Buy tri­pod mono­pod K07 — link on Aliex­press


The sell­er sent the tri­pod the next day after order­ing. Ini­tial­ly, the track num­ber looked like LZ ********* CN, after cross­ing the bor­der it took the form RV *********** HK. Deliv­ery took 16 days from the date of order. The par­cel was tracked all the way. The weight of the par­cel was 157 grams.


In the box, in addi­tion to the mono­pod itself, there is an instruc­tion in Eng­lish and Chi­nese. All this is enclosed in a white-turquoise card­board box.


Mono­pod does not have a remark­able design. The main mate­r­i­al is pleas­ant to the touch ABS plas­tic. The tele­scop­ic tube is made of alu­minum and does not bend under the pres­sure of the smart­phone.


When ful­ly extend­ed, the length of the tri­pod from bot­tom to top is 69 cm.

Fold­ed size 19.5 cm.

The gap between the tabs hold­ing the smart­phone is adjustable from 65 to 90 mm.

The weight of the device is only 129 grams.


The con­trol is car­ried out using a Blue­tooth-remote, which is fixed on the front of the mono­pod, IOS and Android are sup­port­ed. The remote con­trol can be removed from the mount, to do this, just light­ly press your fin­ger on the ribbed arrow and pull it up. Using the remote con­trol, it is con­ve­nient to take pho­tos and videos from a dis­tance.

Pow­ered by a cr1632 bat­tery (includ­ed). Next to the only but­ton on the remote con­trol there is a light indi­ca­tor with two modes of oper­a­tion:

  • blink­ing blue light — wait­ing for con­nec­tion
  • steady glow — device is con­nect­ed

The remote works at a dis­tance of up to 10 meters


Smart­phones up to 9.5 cm wide can eas­i­ly fit into the tri­pod mount. The hold­er itself has anti-slip pads that allow you to secure­ly mount your smart­phone.

The mono­pod allows you to tilt the device up to 120 degrees, it is also worth not­ing an unpleas­ant creak­ing when chang­ing the angle of incli­na­tion.

If you increase the height and mount the smart­phone by 120 degrees, an over­bal­ance may occur.


Qual­i­ty mono­pod for this price range. The length is great for shoot­ing your­self, I took it for DIY shoot­ing from the table, it per­forms its func­tion quite well. In gen­er­al, I am sat­is­fied with the pur­chase. I hope the review of the mono­pod will help you make your choice.


— Qual­i­ty mate­r­i­al for this bud­get
— Price
— Com­pact­ness
— Easy
— Sim­ple and easy to use


— Smart­phone attach­ment head is not remov­able
— Impos­si­bil­i­ty of attach­ing action cam­eras
— Creak
— over­weight