The cameras found inside our smartphones are ever-advancing, producing vivid life-like images like never before. But despite all these improvements, getting the right angle isn’t always easy, especially when it comes to selfies. The perfect selfie needs just the right lighting, the right angle, and the right scenery. That’s why many have moved to selfie sticks for that extra help. Not only does it make getting the right shot that much easier, but it also allows you to fit your entire posse into the same photo. However, you also need a good selfie stick that will get the job done. One does not simply walk into Walmart and buy a good selfie stick after all.

So to save you the trouble of having to do your own research, we’ve comprised a list of the best selfie sticks for your Android smartphone. Some of these are of the standard variety, while others are Bluetooth selfie sticks.


Wired selfie sticks

Alaska Life ThrillPro

Alaska Life ThrillPro

The Alaska Life ThrillPro is made for people who need durable gear. The 36″ ThrillPro prides itself in being able to hold not just any smartphone under 80 mm wide, but also all GoPro Hero models. The stick doubles as a DSLR monopod for those who love taking more professional-looking shots. Arguably the best feature of the ThrillPro is that it doesn’t use any Bluetooth connection to work with your phone, so it is entirely waterproof. At $29.99, this is the selfie stick for the adventurous people in life.


Looq DG

Looq DG

Proudly ranked as The Wall Street Journal’s best selfie stick, the Looq DG will not disappoint. Much like the ThrillPro, the Looq doesn’t need a Bluetooth connection or battery- it runs all on its own. In order to pair it up with your phone, you must download the companion app that is constantly being updated to provide the best user experience.

What’s most impressive about the Looq is definitely its length. Starting from a mere 8.2″, it is fully expandable to a whopping 41.7″. It holds any phone under a width of 3.35 inches, and is compatible with all major Android phones. The Looq DG comes in various colors and costs under $10 on Amazon.

 


Noot Selfie Stick

Noot Selfie Stick

No Bluetooth, no companion app, no battery problems, and a mere $7.99, the Noot Selfie Stick is about as convenient as it gets. All you have to do is plug in the included audio connection, and you’re good to go. Its solid build prevents shaking while filming or snapping pictures, and is expandable up to 35″. Keep in mind that the phone holder only sits all phones between a width of 2.2 inches and 3.34 inches, so you may have some trouble is you’re sporting a larger phone.


Bluetooth selfie sticks

Gorilla Gear Complete Selfie Kit

Gorilla Gear Complete Selfie Kit

The Gorilla Gear Selfie Kit was designed for the long haul, and that is most apparent with its lifetime guarantee. At $24.99, the cellphone holder is strong enough that it simulates using a GoPro. Speaking of which, the holder is not only compatible with most smartphones, but also with cameras, action cameras, and camcorders. Included with the Selfie Kit is a tripod and a Bluetooth remote shutter. The stick expands to a relatively short 29″, but that’s a small price to pay for the added features. If you want the most for your money, this is easily one of the best bluetooth selfie sticks you can get.


Selfie World Cyclone Pro

Selfie World Cyclone Pro

As opposed to Gorilla Gear, the Selfie World Cyclone Pro opted to put all of their time and money into the stick itself. Costing a modest $19.99, the Cyclone does run on a battery but connects quickly, and has zero shutter lag. It even takes panorama shots, slow motion recordings, HD videos, and has a flash to boot. Another wonder about the Cyclone Pro is its versatility. On top of being compatible with most camera apps, it also supports just about every smartphone from Samsung to Nexus (must be Android 4.2 or above).

Expandable to 32 inches, you won’t have any trouble getting that wide group shot. Also, if you purchase a Cyclone Pro, part of that transaction will be donated to Sightsavers International, a charity organization focused on restoring sight to blind children and adults. If you’re looking for a solid yet affordable option, there a few bluetooth selfie sticks you can buy.


Volsey Pocket VS1

Volsey Pocket VS1

The people at Volsey have noticed that selfie sticks are too big and clunky to carry around with you and made the Pocket VS1 as a result. Designed to be ready to go within seconds, the phone adapter folds up to easily fit in your pocket or purse (which is an industry first), and expands from 8″-34.5″. The Pocket VS1 runs on a battery that should last for 500 photos and has a built-in Bluetooth shutter near the handle. Compatible with every smartphone on the current market and then some, the Pocket VS1 exists with the people in mind.

Rated one of the best bluetooth selfie sticks on Amazon, you can pick one up for yourself at a price of just $29.95.


Those are our recommendations. Have a favorite selfie stick or bluetooth selfie stick we didn’t mention? Tell us about it in the comments below.

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