Mpow iSnap Y One-Piece Portable Self-Portrait Monopod Extendable Selfie Stick with Built-in Bluetooth Remote Shutter for Travels, Family Entertainment, Friends and Group Photos- Black

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I was sent this Mpow iSnap Y one-piece portable self-portable monopod selfie stick so I could test it and provide an unbiased review of this product for the Mpow company. I opened the box containing the Mpow iSnap Y one-piece selfie stick so I could see exactly what came with this device and if I was going to have to do any assembly. This selfie stick is all one-piece so there is no assembly required, and this is what is in the box: 1.- 7.24 inch Monopod Selfie Stick that is extendable to 32 inches, 1.- Micro USB connector Cable, 1.- User Manual. So like usual the first thing I do is read the instruction manual to learn as much as I can about the device. It is a bluetooth portable monopod extendable selfie stick (it has a built-in bluetooth remote shutter that will automatically pair ((Connect)) with your smart phone) this way this device can take group selfies, selfies with more of your background in your photo, and videos. In my opinion this Mpow iSnap Y series selfie stick is one of the best ones I have had the pleasure of reviewing for anyone. It is a good solid piece of equipment that you won’t hesitate about using with your smart phone. It is easily transportable, since it is only 7 inches long you can put it into your pocket until you need to use it, then you unscrew the clamps at the end that hold your smart phone, tighten the clamps so the smart phone is safely held. Then the next thing to do is pair it to the device, which is pressing the shutter for 3 seconds and the blue light blinks which means it is ready to pair. So now  you turn on the bluetooth on your smart phone, in the settings, when it is connected the blue light will stay bright. To take a photo you open the camera app, switch to camera mode and position the phone on the end of the stick, then press the shutter release to take a photo. If you are wanting to take a video, open the camera app switch to video motion  position camera on end of stick. Press the shutter release to start recording, when finished press shutter release button to end it. This stick extends from 7 inches out to 32 inches. It comes with a micro USB cable so can easily recharge it. It will last approximately 20 hours of working time, the red light will begin blinking for 2 minutes when it gets down to its last 4 hours of battery use. It will take about 1/2- 1 1/2 hours to totally charge it from a zero charge. The battery capacity is 60 mAh. This product includes a 45 day money back guarantee and an 18-month worry-free warranty.

I recommend this Mpow Selfie stick series iSnap Y for anyone who wants a good quality product to take selfies and/or videos. It is easy to use and pair with your smart phone, once you do you will be taking videos and selfies everywhere you go. This is so easy to put into your pocket, purse, bag, backpack, or briefcase because of its size yet it will extend on out to 32 inches yet still safely hold your camera. Mpow covers this device for 45 days- no questions asked, money back guarantee and an 18-month worry-free warranty. If you have any questions, problems, or concerns just contact Mpows support and let them know they will be happy to help any way they can.

*I was provided with this Mpow iSnap Y series selfie device without cost so I could test and provide an unbiased review of this product for the Mpow company. All opinions are 100% honest, true, and my own.*<

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cindywheeler1

Former Paramedic/Firefighter of over 18 years now stay at home mom, disabled, divorced. I love working with my pets, as well as doing volunteer work. This blog is about doing honest product reviews on any products sent to me from companies or sites to test and tryout their products. I am not paid for my opinion on these products, however I do get to keep the product I am testing and reviewing.

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