Jan 05

Take a #Selfie with ease using shutterball.


Voxx Electronics sells an amazing product Shutterball. I recently had the chance to try one out for a review.

About Voxx Electronics:

Audiovox is a company that cut it’s teeth behind the wheel of a car and is still a premier supplier to the automotive aftermarket. Everyone knows how we became a mobile electronics company but it is a story worth repeating.

It is 1965…and a young John Shalam, Wharton School graduate, has shucked his job at Continental Grain Company in New York and is in the fourth year in his own small business called Custom Imports. He’ll sell anything and everything and as the original ‘outsourcer’ gets all of his products from Asia. No manufacturing overhead for him…in fact no overhead at all, as he is president, sales manager and secretary all rolled into one. An ordering mix up leaves him the owner of an overstock order of 2,000 car radios, no customers and the loan to pay for them coming due soon.

With the yellow pages as his only salesman he calls around to a dozen companies listed under the category of ‘car radios’. Twelve get a letter and a sample radio and much to his surprise eleven companies actually place orders. The 2,000 radios disappear quickly. It’s a few days before Christmas and John closes up the tiny office and heads out for a holiday weekend skiing. Young and single, car radios are the farthest thing from his mind.

To find out more about the company click ~here~


Product Description:

The ShutterBall Remote Shutter allows you to place your smartphone or tablet within bluetooth range to take amazing self portraits of you and your friends. Tired of having to contort your arm or take multiple bad shots cut someone out? Everyone can be in the picture with Shutterball. Download the free app from Google Play or the App Store, pair your device with the Shutterball and enjoy taking great pictures. And to make it even better, it includes a mini stand for your phone or tablet to hold it steady while you take your picture. The key to great self portraits is in the palm of your hand with Shutterball.


  • Simple button press triggers the shutter
  • Easily snap self or group portraits at a distance of up to 60 feet
  • Free app triggers your smartphone camera for still photos or video
  • Better shutter control for blur-free shots
  • Loop ShutterBall into your jeans, bag or keychain
  • Bonus mini stand/easel
  • Utilizes low power Bluetooth allowing for up to 5 years of battery life
  • Coin cell battery pre-installed and user-replaceable.
  • Includes: ShutterBall, mini stand/easel


  • Samsung
    • Galaxy S3
    • Galaxy S4
    • Galaxy Note 2 or later
  • Apple (iOS 6.0 & later)
    • iPhone 4S
    • iPhone 5, 5c, 5s
    • iPad 3rd/4th generation
    • iPad mini
    • iPod Touch 5th generation or later

My Review:

If you have a teenager in your house, I’m sure you know all about selfies. My daughter is obsessed with them and she’s 19. 

Have you ever tried to take a selfie? It’s not easy to always get a great shot of yourself or friends. The Shutterball helps take pictures with easy. You simply download the app, sync your phone to it via bluetooth. When you are in the pose/position you want of the picture, simply press the button on the shutterball.

This is the perfect gift for anyone that loves to take selfies. The shutterball retails $24.99 and comes in black, green and pink. You can purchase your own shutterball here.

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I received one or more of the products for free. Opinions are 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

About the author


Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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