Soft Grip Pocket Stylus Chrome

STY1302SW-CHR
$5.15
Soft Grip Pocket Stylus Chrome
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Soft Grip Pocket Stylus Chrome

STY1302SW-CHR
$5.15

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2-20 $4.80
21-50 $4.50
51-100 $4.15
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Product Details


This innovative Soft Grip Pocket Stylus makes it easy to take notes, draw or simply turn a page on any touch-screen device with comfort and ease. It features a soft, durable rubber tip that won't scratch and allows you to type comfortably and accurately. The Soft Grip Pocket Stylus has been designed to enhance the writing / browsing experience of all capacitive touch screens.
Here are some other features:
• Stylus tip screw on/off.
• Stylus tips available in different colors.
• Round stylus end, only 6.5mm (differs from those of other similar styli, usually 8mm), to touch the point on panel that you wish precisely, won't cover unnecessary parts on the touching panel.
• Flexible and durable excellent quality rubber tip (other similar stylus tips are too soft) and more sensitive.
• Excels in the fact that even wearing thick ski gloves, the stylus still works perfectly and smoothly


Kit Requirements


Bushings Needed:
Drill Sizes Used:
Extra Tubes:
Mandrel Used:

Specifications


Blank Size: 3/4 x 3/4 x 5
Tubes: 2

Customer Reviews


Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 (1 Reviews)

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5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Great stylus for my tablet, 5.14.2013
Reviewer: W. Spears (, Wyoming)
This little pocket stylus works great on my tablet, allowing me to keep my touch screen free of my dirty finger tips. Now I don't have to clean my screen nearly as often, and it is more accurate than my finger tip. I'd have one suggestion for an improvement/option. Allow both ends to have the rubber tips. This should be trivial to do, while allowing the clip to still be there. It would save a person from the costly mistake of absently minded picking up the stylus and using the wrong end (which I've almost done several times).