4 ( 4 / 5 )
Pro:
* Simple setup, even without instructions. Pairing took less than 1 minute to figure out.
* Small, lightweight construction. Easy to carry in a bag without adding an excessive amount of weight or taking up too much space.
* Rubberized grip. I have sweaty hands (thanks, genetics) and even I am able to hold onto this with no problems.
* Great battery life. It charges quickly and the battery lasts for many, many shots. I've been using it for about 5 weeks and I've only had to charge it twice.
* Tight springs and rubberized clamp. The clamp for your device is really tight. I was never worried that the phone was going to fall out. The rubber coating keeps the device safe and the strong springs keep it locked in.

Con:
* Difficult to tell when the battery is getting low. If you're going to be using it a lot, you might want to charge it every 2-3 days just to be 100% sure you aren't going to run out of juice when you really need it.
* Doesn't work with some camera apps. I used this with an HTC One M8. This product connects as a keyboard, and the HTC camera doesn't properly recognize the inputs. This is a minor issue, as I was able to get it working flawlessly with the Google Camera app. Just be aware that if your stick doesn't work at first, don't be too quick to blame the product itself. It could be an issue with the camera app.
* No charging cable. Again, this is a minor issue as the unit charges with a MicroUSB. At this point most people have a few extras lying around anyway.

Unfortunately, there's no way to make yourself look less ridiculous while holding up a selfie stick in public. Noot can do a lot of things, but that's not one of them. If you're in the market for a selfie stick, this one is definitely worth the money.
5 ( 5 / 5 )
It pairs easily with your phone and once done a tap of the shutter button is all you will ever need to do. Much better than those who have a coiled plug to goes into the phone's audio port to control the camera.

And it doesn’t even have to be in the mount to take a picture. Set it within 33ft of the stick and take candid shots.

It charges via an included micro USB cable, a bit short at 12” but use an extension or longer cable if you need length. Charging time is fairly quick. Comes with a nice thick wrist strap, my stick is all black with a shiny blackish base but comes in other colors. When compacted measures about 9” long and when extended it’s about 3ft. The chrome metal staff is very sturdy and the phone holder doesn’t rotate due to the phone’s weight. My Samsung G5 with rugged case weighs 7oz. I like that the cradle folds over the stick to reduce its size. Unlike other sticks I’ve tested the tightening screw feels much sturdier. It’s still made plastic but thicker.

This new 2015 design should be a standard with all selfie sticks. I really like this stick and it may just replace my current one.

Keep up the good work.
4 ( 4 / 5 )
the idea at first seems crazy but the item actually works well ... depending on the type of phone you have you may have some bluetooth connectivity issues ... overall once you get it going its a great product.
4 ( 4 / 5 )
Love my Noot selfie stick and have recommended it to a lot of people. Unfortunately, the camera mount broke after only using it twice. Tried fixing it but the tiny screws won't stay in. How can I get it replaced? Geena at aol dot com
5 ( 5 / 5 )
Came on time. Looks ok and shutter is good. Can't complaine. Price is great!