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Smartphone photography accessory bundle deal

Your phone might have a powerful camera, but that’s only part of what goes into taking a good photo. Now you can get an 11-in-1 photography accessory bundle from SafeTouch for only $22 (down from $25) thanks to a new deal from Apple World Today.

Description of the photography accessory bundle

Complete with a tripod, lenses, and a bunch of other goodies, this 11-in-1 kit has everything you need to take your smartphone photography to the next level. Take remote photos using the Bluetooth control; get the perfect selfie angle and lighting with the included selfie stick and light; and get extra creative with your shots by attaching the 3-in-1 lens set, complete with a wide-angle, macro and fish eye lens! 

Features of the photography accessory bundle

  • Take remote selfie pictures w/ the Bluetooth remote
  • Get perfect pictures at night every time w/ the selfie light
  • Get a closer shot w/ the 8x zoom lens
  • Snap close-up macro photos, wide angle pictures & fun fish eye shots
  • Easily clip on to both Samsung & Apple smartphones
  • Easily tote around inside the included carrying case
  • Color: black


  • Compatible with both Samsung and Apple smartphones


  • 3-in-1 lens set (Wide-angle, Macro and Fish Eye lens with clip)
  • 8x zoom lens with clip
  • Selfie light
  • Mini Tripod
  • Mini Bluetooth Remote Control
  • Expandable 30″ Selfie Stick
  • 2 clips for the lens to hold on to your smartphone
  • Carrying case for lens and accessory


  • Ships To Contiguous US
  • Expected Delivery: Sep 17 – Sep 20


  • Returns accepted within 30 days of shipment for orders within the Contiguous US.
  • You can add a one-year warranty for $6.99 or a two-year warranty for $8.99.

If, like most of us, you use your iPhone or Android phone as your go-to camera, take advantage of this new deal from Apple World Today today.

Dennis Sellers
the authorDennis Sellers
Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.