SizzleShot Sizzles when other selfies fizzle.
The December 19, 2014 edition of ABC’s Good Morning America featured a segment on the Selfie Stick by Linsey Davis, proclaming 2014 as “The Year of the Selfie.” What did she have to say? The full video and key comments are included below.
The segment concluded with Linsey saying “I was going to take a group shot but our battery just died.” to which the GMA team said, “That’s just too bad. Darn it. No more selfies.”
But not so with SizzleShot!
No batteries to recharge with SizzleShot.
The latest Sizzleshot Selfie Stick eliminates that problem. You’ll still sizzle when other selfies fizzle. It’s plug and play, or shoot that is, all of the time. No battery, so no recharging. No Bluetooth pairing required. Just plug it into the headphone jack of your phone, open your camera app and start taking pictures, and for as long as you want.
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See the full Good Morning America video at http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/hottest-2014-holiday-gift-selfie-stick-27714935.
Key comments on the Selfie Stick from the GMA segment
2015 is all about the “Self-We.” It’s now even easier to take pictures of yourself and your loved ones, with one of the hottest gifts this holiday season – a selfie stick. Time Magazine heralded it as one of the best inventions of 2014. You can get your friends and family in the photo. Lots of people are buying them as stocking stuffers and secret Santa gifts.
It’s one of the hottest gifts this holiday season. Narcisstic? Maybe. Nifty? Definitely. It’s advertised as a way to take the perfect selfie or self-we, the group shot that you don’t need to ask someone else totake. Perhaps it’s the perfect stocking stuffer to help out an increasingly self-absorbed selfie society.
The genius gadget lets you snap away from far away. For those who are ready for their close up, but just don’t want it so close up! You can even use it for video. Some describe it as a better vantage point than the human arm allows, which makes sense, to give you depth and distance, and to take the photo from up high and not below your face, which you obviously want in a selfie.
Nowadays we have our entire lives on our cell phones, so do you really want to hand your cell phone to a stranger to take your photos.