StickPic

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The StickPic allows a solo hiker to attach a camera to the end of a trekking pole to take self-portraits.

It comes in sizes designed to fit most major brands of trekking poles.

Specs

Average weight 0.38 ounce (10.8g)

Manufacturer's Description

Please allow us to introduce the StickPic. Invented by two backpackers from California, Rod Java and David Lopez, Two ordinary guys with one of those “Why didn't I think of that?” ideas.

Weighing only 10.5 grams, it comes in five different models, to fit 90% of all common trekking poles. A prototype of the original StickPic was first introduced to the hiking community at the Tenth Annual Day Zero Pacific Crest Trail Kick Off (ADZPCTKO) at Lake Morena County Park in San Diego on April 25, 2008. We now have 150 through-hikers testing the StickPic on their journeys and we’re gathering comments, suggestions, and success stories to help us perfect this exciting product.

We are a small cottage manufacturer with a single product. We do everything ourselves. Web site design, marketing, assembly, packaging and customer service, just to name a few.