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This 2-in-1 Bluetooth selfie stick is an affordable and very compact model with a decent tripod stand that folds out of the handle.

It has a wireless remote and a solid build and it won’t make holes in your pocket–even though it fits in them. At around (and often cheaper than) $15, you get a convertible Bluetooth selfie stick tripod that you can carry anywhere.

You don’t want something that’s going to break on your first day of sightseeing, whether it’s the arm or the clamp and swivel mechanism that holds the phone.

After a couple of days of testing, the Erligpowht doesn’t seem to be flimsy or prone to snapping–for the most part.

Though for its price, don’t expect it to take any abuse without showing aesthetic and functional signs of it. The Erligpowht Selfie Stick is cheap and functional. Period.

It’s also compatible with both Android and iPhone Devices.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.4

Things we like:

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    Very compact, great for traveling
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    Most solid telescopic in price class
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    Quick pocket to picture set up
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    Clamp rotation automatically locks
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    Easily adjustable tilting neck
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    Wireless remote’s no-fuss slip in-out access

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe handle has no grip
  • check-markTripod feet are thin plastic that can break easily
  • check-markCan’t take bird’s eye view shot in tripod mode

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Erligpowht Selfie Stick Tripod

Review

The Erligpowht Selfie Stick is a good bet for a low-cost, compact selfie stick with tripod and Bluetooth. It performs the basic functions, is lightweight, and is very easy to take out and use. Sounds great for every traveler and vlogger searching for a reliable selfie stick.

Take selfies with ease and capture scenic backdrops with a click on the wireless remote.

What is most impressive about this, even more so than its ease of use, is the solid telescopic arm. Maybe the most solid sub-20-dollar selfie stick with Bluetooth and tripod functions, it masks the budget profile of the Erligpowht.

The head mechanism is also reliable. Actually it’s pretty decent on a couple of levels. It’s easy to use, the swivel mechanism seems very solid. It all makes it a rapid shooter from pocket to picture.

But there’s still a price you need to pay for its affordability. The handle has a cheap plastic build. When you’re on tripod mode, you notice immediately that the feet are flimsy and won’t take any punishment well.

Additionally, this tripod selfie stick can’t support a telephone that’s pointed directly down at a desk for making time lapse or semi-macro instruction videos with bird’s eye view.

Erligpowht Selfie Stick’s remote uses a disposable battery. Some options use rechargeables, but not this one. It’ll likely last a while, but remember this if there’s a time gap between uses. At least test that it has power.

At the same price range, consider taking a look at Fugetek Selfie Stick.  But this one is definitely better than the Yoozon Selfie Stick, which in our estimation isn’t as solid.

How you handle and use Erligpowht Selfie Stick is still a vital factor to its lifespan. It might not be for you if taking extra caution when using this Bluetooth selfie stick is an additional nuisance. That said is true, particularly if you’re someone always on the go exploring wilderness.

It’s a very good entry-level product. There are better 2-in-1 Bluetooth selfie sticks out there costing a little more.

Check out our in-depth guide on the best selfie sticks in the market. Find everything you need about Bluetooth selfie sticks and pick your choice.

But for now, let’s take a closer look at the details of the Erligpowht Selfie Stick.

Specs & Features

  • Black plastic handle and aluminum telescopic arm
  • Height ranges from 7.6 inches to 34 inches
  • Compatible with iPhone from 6S and Android from 6.
  • 33 feet wireless remote connection radius
  • Weighs 4.8 ounces
See the complete list of the best Selfie Stick here!
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Comfort

Overall, Erligpowht Selfie Stick is lightweight, and the handle grip is just OK. Meaning you can use this selfie stick without your arm struggling to hold it. But it can be tricky, especially if you’re prone to sweaty hands since the handle is just plain plastic and nothing else.

It can compromise the quality of the picture you take. Yes, its telescopic arm is sturdy, but a stable grip is necessary to capture crisp and clear videos and pictures.

Another great option is the Anker Selfie Stick with an ergonomic handle giving you a comfortable grip.

Portability

Erligpowht Selfie Stick’s compact build makes it easy to carry anywhere, whether it’s in your pocket or on your backpack’s side compartment. The materials used in this product construction give it an overall lightweight feel at only 4.8 ounces.

Its remote is powered by a disposable CR2032 battery, meaning you’ll have to have reserve batteries available at hand. Or opt for an Anker Selfie Stick, equipped with a rechargeable and built-in battery that you can plug via micro-USB cable and take out again once fully powered.

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Ease of use

Erligpowht Selfie Stick can quickly fold and extend, and you’ll have no trouble setting it up into a tripod. Pop the bottom of the handle to release its feet into the tripod position.

When mounting your phone, you should place the adjustable clip of the phone holder near the neck of the Bluetooth selfie stick to insert your phone effortlessly. Plus, it can also hold numerous thick iPhone units (not as secure as possible).

On the other hand, the quick slip-in/out wireless remote rests at the handle. Now you can hold your Erligpowht Selfie Stick on monopod mode, and with a click, you have your photos saved. Just slide it upwards without the need to unlock anything, and you have remote access to your phone’s capture button from a distance.

Take note that due to this easy slide in/out remote mount, it also means that you’ll risk losing the remote if you hold Erligpowht Selfie Stick on a downward position when not in use. It’s better that you secure the wireless remote somewhere safe when not in use.

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Durability

Since the Erligpowht Selfie Stick has cheap plastic material built, the handle is the weakest chink in the chain.

The most durable Bluetooth selfie sticks you’ll find will come with a bit of a price. But figure out if you’re doing casual trip pics, family portraits or if you’re out to conquer the world one TikTok post at a time.

Compatibility / Connectivity

Just like most selfie sticks, Erligpowht Selfie Stick can pair up with most iPhone and Android devices. It can hold up to 3.4 inches wide mobile phones.

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Price/Quality Ratio

Though it’s on the budget-friendly end, Erligpowht Selfie Stick is doing its functions just right for the price. But there’s a compromise on the quality of the materials used, so don’t expect Erligpowht Selfie Stick to endure for long.

Now, if you’re looking for a better deal for the same price, Fugetek Selfie Stick is the best Bluetooth selfie stick. With a rubber-coated handle for better grip, aluminum alloy built, compatible even with DSLR cameras, and a rechargeable wireless remote.

And the interesting part of it? Fugetek Selfie Stick’s phone mount comes with a screw lock. Meaning your phone won’t slip no matter what! And the same safety feature is packed in Yoozon Selfie Stick, at $14 as well!

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This Bluetooth selfie stick is best for budget but not for durability. Erligpowht Selfie Stick is for you if you’re planning on using it most of the time as a handheld selfie stick. Plus, you rarely flare out the tripod option, and when you do, you do it with extraordinary care indoors.

Erligpowht Selfie Stick is suitable for your virtual meetings, online classes, and streaming. It’s also a practical option for outdoors when it’s only a simple walk by the park or vlogging for your followers.

But, if you’re looking forward to capturing pictures with scenic natural backdrops, no. Take a look at other Bluetooth selfie sticks in the same price range for options. Erligpowht Selfie Stick’s thin and fragile tripod feet will break within a few days of use. If not on first-time use. So it’s a no-go if you’re an all-out outdoor enthusiast.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.4

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    Very compact, great for traveling
  • check-mark
    Most solid telescopic in price class
  • check-mark
    Quick pocket to picture set up
  • check-mark
    Clamp rotation automatically locks
  • check-mark
    Easily adjustable tilting neck
  • check-mark
    Wireless remote’s no-fuss slip in-out access

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe handle has no grip
  • check-markTripod feet are thin plastic that can break easily
  • check-markCan’t take bird’s eye view shot in tripod mode
FAQ

Frequently asked questions

How do I connect the Erligpowht Selfie Stick’s wireless remote to my mobile device?

Turn the remote on via a long press on the camera button and wait until a blue light starts flickering. It means that it’s ready to pair with your phone. Go to your phone’s Bluetooth setting and scan for nearby devices, and select ALT-001 to pair.

Once connected, you’re good to snap selfies using your Erligpowht Selfie Stick as a monopod or take stunning videos using it as a tripod!

If your remote isn’t turning on, the typical solution is to change its battery. Replace it with a new CR2032 battery and start the Bluetooth pairing.

Is my phone safe while mounted in the Erligpowht Selfie Stick?

Generally, yes.

Erligpowht Selfie Stick’s phone mount (head) has rubber padding to keep your mobile device snuggled safely and smoothly without squeezing your phone in a damage-inducing way.

It also depends on what phone you have.

Erligpowht Selfie Stick’s phone mount isn’t deep enough to accommodate big and thick phone units, so the slimmer your phone is, the better.

But for more security, choose ones with screws on the phone mount.

Can I use my selfie stick everywhere?

Well, not everywhere. Some places have banned Bluetooth selfie sticks for various reasons. For some it’s safety-wise, others it’s about cultural/religious affairs, or simply just because it’s annoying to other travelers around the area. But for most tourist destinations and outdoor settings, you can use your Bluetooth selfie stick.

Keep in mind that numerous major travel hotspots have imposed selfie stick bans. These includes:

  • In all of Disneyland’s amusement parks worldwide
  • At Rome’s the Coliseum
  • During Coachella Music Fest
  • Within the entire city of Milan
  • While mozos run away from toros during Sanfermin in Pamplona Spain
  • At a baseball game in Yankee Stadium
  • NY museums
  • On Rio de Janeiro Carnival parades

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