12 days of technology, Day 9: The Auxiwa Clip-On Selfie Ring Light


December 13, 2018

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The holidays are stressful enough without having to worry about finding the perfect gift for the ones you love. That’s why this holiday season, MyITpros is stepping in and doing all the shopping for you! Whether you’re technically savvy or not, we’ve picked out 12 awesome gadgets that are sure to make you the gift-giving hit of the season.

Check back each day to discover the next perfect present during our 12 days of technology!

What it is: The Auxiwa Clip-On Selfie Ring Light

Making sure the camera captures your good side, deciding what face to make, catching the right lighting… there’s a lot to think about when taking a selfie. And while we can’t help with your facial expressions, we can recommend the Auxiwa clip-on selfie ring light.

The Auxiwa light boasts three adjustable brightness settings with 36 individual LED bulbs and a seven- to eight-hour battery life on a single charge. All you have to do is clip the selfie ring onto your phone (don’t worry, the scratch-resistant sponge won’t damage your device) and you’ll be picture-perfect in minutes! Plus, a lifetime warranty for replacements or refunds guarantees that you’ll always have a way to illuminate yourself.


How much it costs: $17.99

The Auxiwa light is currently selling for $17.99 on Amazon. What’s more, it comes with free standard shipping, so you don’t have to be a Prime member to benefit!

Who to buy it for: The selfie-taker in your life

Know someone who lives for posting their latest selfie on the Gram? Make their lives a little easier by providing them with the perfect light in a convenient little package!

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