Universal Adjustable Tripod and Bluetooth Remote for Smartphone

Universal Adjustable Tripod and Bluetooth Remote for Smartphone

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  • COMPATIBLE WITH MOST SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS: This Universal Bluetooth Remote Control will work with iOS (6.0 and up) and Android (4.2.2 and up) phones and tablets of any brand, including Acer, Apple (iPad, iPhone), Asus, BlackBerry, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, HTC, Huawei, Lenovo, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Panasonic, Samsung (Galaxy, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Note) and Sony.
  • DUAL MOUNT PHONE HOLDER: This Phone Holder has 2 tripod connections, so you can position your phone horizontally (landscape mode) and vertically (portrait mode). The big advantage of the second tripod connection is the increased stability in the vertical position (compared to standard Phone Holders). The Phone Holder can hold phones with a width between 2.95" (7 cm) and 3.93 " (9 cm).
  • SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE: Perfect for taking selfies, group shots (including the photographer) and steady tripod shots wirelessly from a distance of up to 30 feet (10 m). You only need to pair the remote control with your smartphone or tablet once. Then choose the camera app you want to use and press the button of the remote control to capture that awesome picture!
  • ADJUSTABLE TRIPOD: The 3 telescopic legs of the Tripod are individually adjustable in length, from 3.7" (9.5 cm) up to 6.25" (16 cm). The swivel mount is equipped with a ball joint, allowing you to quickly tilt, rotate and lock your smartphone camera in the perfect position.
  • COMPACT REMOTE CONTROL: The remote is very small and lightweight, so it is convenient to carry with you on a keychain or in your pocket.


    Perfect handsfree solution for taking selfies, group shots (including photographer) and steady tripod shots with your smartphone camera, from a distance of up to 30 feet (10 m).

    Works with iOS (6.0 and up) and Android (4.2.2 and up) phones and tablets, including Apple (iPad, iPhone), HTC, LG, Samsung (Galaxy, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Note) and Sony.

    The Remote Control is very small and lightweight, so it is easy to carry with you on a keychain or in your pocket. You only need to pair the Remote Control with your Smartphone or Tablet once. Then press the button of the remote control to capture that awesome picture!

    The Phone Holder has 2 Tripod connections for horizontal and vertical placement and can hold phones with a width between 2.95" (7.4 cm) and 3.93" (9.9 cm).

    The 3 telescopic legs of the Tripod are individually adjustable in length, from 3.7"" (9.5 cm) up to 6.25"" (16 cm). The swivel can be used to quickly tilt, rotate and lock your smartphone in the perfect position.

    Contents:

    - 1x Compact Bluetooth Remote Control

    - 1x Adjustable Wrist Strap

    - 1x Adjustable Tripod

    - 1x Dual Mount Phone Holder

    - 1x Microfiber Cleaning Cloth

    - 1x Carry Bag

    - 1x User Manual

    - 1x Ziplock Packaging

Questions & Answers

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  • how long does the tripod stand?

    Hi RuNnEr ChIcK, The tripod can stand up to 8.25". Hope that helps. Kind Regards, Angie/ECO-FUSED By EF Customer Care on February 17, 2015 .

  • Is the phone holder standard in that it can fit onto other tripods? Thanks!

    I use it with the tripod it came with and 2 other standard tripods.Hope that helps. By ED D on October 19, 2014 .

  • is the tripod plastic or is it metal?

    Metal... By Jason on April 22, 2015

  • Does the mount till to adjust?

    The phone holder itself has two positions, vertical and horizontal, and the upper part of the tripod can tilt 90 degrees, so you can mount your mobile portrait or landscape and adjust it to a suitable position. By Cay Oncena on January 9, 2016

  • How tall does this tripod extend to? or what are the lengths of the legs fully extended?

    Hi Kelly,If the tripod legs are contracted together this will give the longest length at about 21.4 cm, 8.4 inches. When legs are extended and positioned to hold and balance your device it will sit at the length of 16 cm, 6.4 inches.Hope this helps.… see more Hi Kelly,If the tripod legs are contracted together this will give the longest length at about 21.4 cm, 8.4 inches. When legs are extended and positioned to hold and balance your device it will sit at the length of 16 cm, 6.4 inches.Hope this helps.Kind Regards,Angie/ECO-FUSED see less By EF Customer Care on July 30, 2015 .

  • When I use this with my phone (Galaxy S6-with & without the Otterbox) it keeps tipping over. Any tips?

    You are right and that is why I gave it 4 stars. I do not see any advantage to have the phone on the side, I plan to use my phone on the top. I thought about spreading the legs to the maximum with the legs not extended but when you do that you could end up breaking the tripod. By julian s percival on December 7, 2016 .

  • Does this fit iPhone 4?

    Yes it will fit the 4 with or without a case. By Robert E. Lyons on March 1, 2016 .

  • How much additional space for Iphone with case?

    I have an Iphone 6 with an Otterbox protective case. It works very well with it and does a great job. By AL CHaffee on February 8, 2017 .

  • can this work to hold a zoom h4 digital recorder?

    I'm not sure the dimensions of the digital recorder, but if it's similar in size to the iPhone 6 and 6+ I don't see why it wouldn't fit. Another thing is the weight, see how heavy it is, bc even this is a tri pod not sure how sturdy it will be. By AL on June 11, 2016 .

  • Does the selfie remote work with the Nexus 5x?

    Hi Tess,The Bluetooth remote control included in this kit (B01487BWH0) is compatible with ANDROID 4.2.2 OS AND UP / APPLE IOS 6.0 AND UP. Upon checking the LG Nexus 5x operates on an Android OS so it should be compatible with it. Hope this helps!Best,… see more Hi Tess,The Bluetooth remote control included in this kit (B01487BWH0) is compatible with ANDROID 4.2.2 OS AND UP / APPLE IOS 6.0 AND UP. Upon checking the LG Nexus 5x operates on an Android OS so it should be compatible with it. Hope this helps!Best,Mynchie/ECO-FUSED see less By Eco-Fused Customer Care on June 15, 2016