We’re not going to lie — it’s very commendable that you’ve made it this long without buying a selfie stick. You’ve thought about it a dozen times, and you’ve even wished you had one on hand on several occasions. But now it’s time to face reality:You need a selfie stick.

We’ve come to a place where people won’t judge you while you using a selfie stick in public. We really wish they would, but apparently this is the world we live in. Selfie sticks aren’t expensive to begin with, but there’s a sale right now on the Kmashi Self-portrait Monopod Extendable Wireless Selfie Stick, which is just $6 shipped on Amazon.

Here are the key details from the Amazon product page:

  • Unique rotating design stick: you can rotate the stick to lock it at your desired length and fix the stick to avoid the stick falling down when you taking photos.When the grooves match to be in the same horizontal, you may adjust the length of the stick freely.
  • Wide Compatibility: Fully compatible with most smart phones, including Android and Apple. With built-in Bluetooth remote control & big capacity battery, allows you to take a self-photograph or group photos easily with a better photo sight.
  • Fully Controllable Orientation: The selfie stick extends from 0.75 feet up to 3.2 feet; phone holder with spring lock fits cell phones between 2.0 and 3.2 inches wide. 180-degree adjustable head ensure you to find a best & beautiful angle when selfie photographing.
  • Easy to use: Just turn it on, pair it with your device via Bluetooth and then put your phone into the clamp, push the camera button to enjoy Self-portrait fun!
  • What You Get:1*Kmashi Bluetooth Selfie Stick, 1*user manual, 1*micro USB charge cable, 1*lanyard. 1 Year Warranty and Friendly Customer Service.

Kmashi Self-portrait Monopod Extendable Wireless Selfie Stick: Normally $13.99, now just $5.99 with promo code BQR4H48G (expires 10/30)

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