Bring along the QuikPod Explorer II on your next trip
Has this happened to you? At the turn-around point in the hike a mountain looms behind you decorated with snowy peaks and gushing waterfalls. You’d like to take a photo with you in the scene to prove to friends that “yes, I did hike that challenging trail in Glacier National Park.” Looking around, you realize there’s no one to ask to take the picture so the opportunity is missed. Or, you pull out the QuikPod monopod that you tucked inside your backpack, extend it, attach the smartphone adapter, place the iphone or smartphone into the holder (remember you’re traveling light) and take your own photo or video. How cool is that?
QuikPod Explorer II comes with carrying bag, hiking clip, wrist strap and more
I’ve been practicing with the QuikPod EXPLORER II and Mobile – Smartphone Adapter (priced at $59.84 on Amazon) so that I can use the monopod on our upcoming road trip to Vancouver Island. Here’s what I like about it:
Folds up into a small carrying bag making the QuikPod easy to transport
Built-in mirror guarantees that you are in the shot
Assembles quickly so that you don’t miss that shot (the sunset won’t stay in the same spot forever)
Waterproof construction (we’ll be using with our waterproof camera for cool underwater shots and videos)
Now that you’ve seen it in action, what do you think of the QuikPod Explorer II with Mobile adapter? Would you like to win one? Here’s how:
QuikPod Explorer II and Mobile Adapter Giveaway
Post a comment to tell us where you would take photos with your QuikPod. Please include your email address for contact purposes. Giveaway ends on Thursday, May 23, 2013, at 11:00 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time. Winner will be announced as soon as possible. According to our general contest rules, the winner must be a U.S. resident and respond within 48 hours of receiving the notification email; or we chose another winner.
Disclosure: QuickPod provided a Quik Pod Mobile Adapter and QuikPod Explorer 2 for our review and as a prize for this giveaway. The Amazon link has been included for your convenience but My Itchy Travel Feet does receive a small portion of the sale. Thanks for keeping us in business.
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