Now, take selfies while you eat, using 'Selfie Spoon'
Launched by a breakfast cereal company, “selfie spoon” is a stick with a spoon attached at the end that extends up to 30 inches so that the eaters can take pictures of themselves while eating
Washington: A ‘selfie spoon’ that extends up to 30 inches can make meals more fun by allowing you to take photos of yourself while you eat.
To use the selfie spoon, users have to turn on the Bluetooth feature on their smartphones. Pic/SelfieSpoon.com
The ‘selfie spoon’ is a selfie stick with a spoon at the end that extends up to 30 inches (76.2 cm) so people can take photos of themselves while eating.
The General Mills brand Cinnamon Toast Crunch created this new spin on the selfie stick to solve the problem of “choosing between eating and posting” a selfie.
To use the selfie spoon, users have to turn on the Bluetooth feature on their smartphones. There is a gray button that takes photos on Android phones, and one that takes photos on iOS devices.
Selfie spoons can be ordered for free on SelfieSpoon.com, though customers do have to pay for shipping.