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What's happening in India.............

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Introducing the Ultimate Style #Selfie Stick, Say Hello to CliqueFie™

image003CliqueFietm, makers of the revolutionary twist on the selfie stick, is excited to announce its chic, portable and colorful product line.  The unparalleled style and design will give us all more reasons to join this ever growing phenomenon.
Creativity has been injected into every process of designing the CliqueFie, it is simplicity meets ingenuity from the functional to the aesthetics.  The minimalistic design and ultra portability is what makes this product so innovative and a one of a kind.  Whether you’re on campus, at the beach or shopping around, it is made to go everywhere with you and more importantly, designed to fit into your bag, whether that’s a handbag or a man-bag.
Let’s get down to the specs – the CliqueFie has some great industrial design ideas showing that serious thought went into the development of the product. For starters there are the double pull tabs for easy one-hand attach and detach mounting actions. Together with the 40 Newtons of locking force means that your expensive phone will be firmly secured.
Want Bluetooth options? How about a detachable Bluetooth module so you can directly take pictures using the Bluetooth button on the handle or detach it and use it with a working range of 10 meters (30 feet)
Oh, and one more thing, there is no need to carry an extra tripod either. With the spring-loaded retractable tripod, you can use the CliqueFie for wide angle group shoots or as a stand to stabilized long video shoots.
The CliqueFie is currently available in five colors: Applewhite, Black, Silver, True Blue, and Rose.
Launched this month (May 2015), CliqueFie expects a full product release as early as June of 2015. This means that your summer is going to be filled with pictures made with their new super-stylish mobile photography tool, stay tuned for further news from CliqueFie. Remember, Social Media is all about sharing experiences and communicating through self-expression, it’s never meant to be taken THAT seriously.

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