Selfie Sticks may be getting banned from some places and they may be completely ridiculous for those who do not turn their phone camera on themselves twenty times per day. That has not stopped Motorola launching its own such product, aptly named the Moto Selfie Stick, and the American company is attempting to bring a touch of class to the device.
The Moto Selfie Stick is made by hand and comes in a number of slick materials, including real wood, hand stitched leather, and other wood cuts. Motorola says "a selfie stick is not just an accessory, it's an extension of who you are" which is why the company puts extra care into making these desirable products.
We can't quite get on board to the level of Motorola and just think these are accessories, but readily admit that they do look nice. Is that enough to make you use a selfie stick if you are not already into selfie sticks? We doubt that. Motorola hasn't revealed when the Moto Selfie Stick will be available or indeed how much they will cost, but we will be sure to let you know when the company does drop that information.
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