• Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
  • Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
  • Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
  • Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
  • Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
  • Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
  • Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry
Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry

Zip Stylus Capacitive 2 In 1 Stylus Ink Pen Combo For Apple I Pad, I Pad2, Samsung Galaxy, Black Berry

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  • Works on any capacitive touch screen. High tech mesh design. All-metal pen design.
  • Built in ink pen allows for easy paper note taking - just rotate to extend or retract ink
  • Super compact - just 4" in length. Easy to carry and use
  • Capacitive tip is great for the times you can't or don't want to use your fingers
  • All metal design - Champagne and black color. Ink is a common rollerball gel type - black color, fine point.

Customer Reviews

Loved it in concept, ultimately a mess! I believe a stylus is a must. Long nails, fat fingers, whenever I'm not ready to trust my vocabulary to voice recognition. I adored this product for many months when I used it only occasionally, but had it constantly stored in my backpack. I had it in my cart and wishlist because I thought it was the perfect stocking stuffer/party favor for friends and colleagues. I love the size, price-point and the versatility and most especially the mesh tip on the stylus. And oh, yes, the half-pen size! How convenient is that?After months of occasional use, for reasons beyond my control, my need for a stylus increased exponentially. After spending one day in the pocket of my khakis, rather than my knapsack, ink started hemorrhaging from the twisting center of the pen creating a horrendous mess. I was horrified at the damage it caused, and relieved I hadn't passed it on as planned. If it had been the tip of the ballpoint, I would take full responsibility for just letting it spin in my pocket, but that wasn't the case. 1The best stylus for handwriting or drawing I searched high and low for a stylus I could use for writing and drawing apps on my iPad. I didn't realize I'd never get a true pencil-like stylus because it wouldn't provide enough surface contact with the iPad. I also bought the Bamboo stylus with the firm replacement nibs, and this was by far my favorite. It still doesn't give you the precision and control of a real pen/pencil on paper, but it's much, much better than my finger (sorry Steve Jobs!).I never have used the pen -- didn't buy it for that, so I cannot comment on it.I highly recommend this. 4Works well; great customer service! I like this pen/stylus very much. Mesh tips are MUCH better than rubber. I can get refills at any stationary store or online. The mesh tip failed after a while, I contacted the seller, they sent a brand new unit immediately and even threw in 4 pen refills. I carry this in my pants pocket and use it many times daily. 5It's okay This is the first stylus I've tried that has a mesh tip and really like it, compared to the rubber ones. It has a nice feel and glides easier, plus the retractable ball point pen at the other end makes it dual purpose.(Revised 11/16) I've had this for little more than a year now and the mesh tip has gone soft, making it less responsive than when it was new. For that reason I've reduced my rating from 5 stars to 3. 3Best stylus I have used yet. Great price! Unlike most capacitive touchscreen styluses, this one uses a fine metal mesh (think really really fine window screen) rather than a large, stretchy, rubber button. The effect is an extremely smooth and quick movement with far better accuracy than the rubber-tipped variants. My main complaint with the rubber is that it slows down drawing or writing speeds and makes it difficult to write as naturally as you would with a pen and paper. Also, the tip does not distort or drag like the rubber ones so you actually hit the screen where you want to -- especially when drawing. I love it and I am recommending it to my friends. Excellent for handwriting, drawing, sketching, etc. It does make a slight crunchy noise when I use it, but not a problem. Put simply, I am not annoyed at all when I use this, in fact, I feel I have greater freedom when using this stylus with my iPad for a creative task. 5Short This is where the quality of assets should be better. This is a very small or short stylus. Yes I should look at the dimensions, but showing a hand holding this item would be better. However, love the mesh tip. I will only use a mesh tipped stylus's now (unless something better comes along)Cool that its a pen too. I may keep this as a backup in my wallet. Like the metallic & black styling. 3Best stylus for any tablet or phone Bought this Stylus for my ASUS TF300 Android tablet, and I was surprised as to how well it performed. I like to draw and use my tablet for taking notes at school. This stylus sets a new bar for all styli. This stylus no longer makes the tablet drawing experience awful, I no longer feel like I am writing and drawing with a magic marker. I got so addicted to this stylus that I even started using it with my HTC android phone to draw and play games, great because it also helps to keep the finger prints off of my devices. Everyone else will complain about the length but this thing is long enough, I am 6' 4" and I have fairly big "man" hands, and I handled this zip stylus unusually well. 5Great for my Nexus 10 This is a great stylus if you like the shorter length. The pen twists out so there's no cap to lose, the capacitive tip works smoothly and effectively. It has a nice weight and feels reasonably durable. I would have expected to pay more for a pen of this quality, so I was pleasantly surprised.One thing to note if you have a Nexus 10 and bought the i-Blason Auto Sleep / Wake Google Nexus 7 Inch Tablet PC Slim folio Case With Built in Stand Hard Back Cover 8GB 16GB (Black): this stylus is a little too fat to fit into the elastic pen loop in the case. You may have to stretch the elastic out quite a bit to get it to work. 5solid, seldom skips i'm paranoid about scratching screens... i've had bad experiences, with regular RUBBER-tipped styluses. And, my MS Surface RT (1st gen.) screen seemed somewhat non-sensitive. i called computer stores near me, and none new anything about styluses with nibs made of MICRO-FIBER meshes. So, relying on Amazon's generous return & refund policy, i purchased EVERY possible "Prime" eligible sort of stylus i saw, whose heads were made of micro-fiber mesh. Now i know the following...Swift Summary plus Products to Purchase--------------------------------------------------------top two (2) types were the ones from AMPEN ("hybrid stylus") and WISDOMPRO ("universal micro-knit fabric tip capacitive touch screen stylus with extra 2pcs replaceable tips"). Both have replaceable tips, and reasonably-solid, sturdy, heavier feel to them. Both have the highest-quality micro-fiber mesh i saw (along with the TruGlide Pro)... which is to say, their meshes had the tightest, densest weaves, a little like a dense denim (AmPen + WisdomPro) vs. looser knitted yarn (others). Both were practically impossible to make to skip, on the Surface's screen, as tested utilizing the pre-installed, MS, "Paint", program. Both came with "kit" including two types of lanyards, which can connect to a computer's head-phone jacks. For a Father's Day gift, my father fancied the AmPen. And, i wanted the WisdomPro.What about the others ?--------------------------------First, there are, overall, two (2) kinds / classes / sorts of styluses w/ tips made of micro-fiber mesh: full micro-fiber mesh (all the way through, e.g. WisdomPro) hybrids (= one layer of mesh stretched over regular rubber core, e.g. AmPen)Generally, the hybrids have a (somewhat) firmer feel.Second, there are "clickable" or "click-pen" kinds, whose heads can retract into the stylus body. That requirement to retract back into the body of the stylus implies, that they have to have SMALLER tips / nibs. Regular, non-retracting, tips are typically 10mm in diameter, whereas the retracting, clickable kind, are typically 6mm across. Two IMPORTANT points... specifically, the clickable kinds of styli have the same-sized bodies, but smaller-sized heads (and some even have screen-protecting pieces of plastic, wrapped around the end of the stylus body, to prevent screen scratchings, if people press too hard, and fully flatten out their smaller-sized nibs)... that can make the tips harder for the stylus-user to see... generally, ALL touch-screen devices of which i'm aware have their touch-screens CALIBRATED for people's bigger beefier FINGERS... NONE of the smaller-tipped sorts of styluses worked as well, as the ones with full-finger-ish-sized nibs... for particularly prominent example, the pricy premium LynkTek TruGlide PRO (which was otherwise awesome) was never as steady & skip-free as the ones which i really recommend... EVEN when i took time to calibrate the computer, for that specific stylus (for Win8 RT, you must navigate to "Control Panels", choose "Hardware", and scan for the word "calibrate", and spend a minute or more gently pressing on cross-hairs positioned near the corners of the screen)Third, the touch-screen of a nearly-new Nokia Lumia 520 (AT&T Go-Phone) was super-sensitive, and experienced nearly none of the skipping i saw w/ the Surface RT, even with what i would rank as not-quite-so-good sorts of styluses. There were a few styluses which seemed to skip allot, most in the middle which would skip sometimes, and a few seemingly-superior sorts which nearly never skipped (of which the top two recommended above skipped noticeably less than the rest).Ranks of the rest:-----------------------[top tier...]--------------(AmPen + WisdomPro)(Dokem) "micro-fiber stylus & 2 color pen combo" the Dokem was as good as the others, although it slid a little less smoothly across the screen (felt harder to drag), and the others included "kit", like lanyards, with the WisdomPro also including a micro-fiber cleaning cloth (like you get with glasses), a seemingly-similar kind-of-cloth bag to safely store the stylus, TWO SPARE replaceable nibs (AmPen provides NONE), and even a nice note from WisdomPro Pres. "Adam" expressing gratitude for people purchasing his products... the Dockem does come with a PAIR of pens, buried in the body, which can be inter-changed[good solid seldom-skipping styli...]---------------------------------------------(Chromo-Inc) "mesh stylus executive gift set"(Zip) "stylus capacitive 2-in-1 stylus ink pen combo"(Friendly-Swede) "bundle of 6 micro-knit hybrid fiber tip universal capacitive stylus pens 4.5" " feel a little light, cheap, & plasticy, but work well, and by far the best possible PRICE... you'd have to have a hard-to-please screen, and be scribbling fairly fast, to start to see significant skipping(LynkTek) "Tru-Glide Pro" heavy professional feel, obviously made of metal, smallest nib, perfect for weaving between small buttons & icons on a crowded screen, otherwise by far the best, pricey-but-premium... but PERFORMANCE in Paint-program test was inconsistent, even with stylus-specific calibration... did not work well on an iPad Air, either... does have other pricey-but-premium accessories, like an artistic metal carrying cases, and a professional paint-brush type of tip (look up the LynkTek website, if there are no appropriate product pages on Amazon)(Butter-Fox) "micro-knit fabric tip capacitive touch screen stylus pen" see next...(Mee-Csse) "diamond dual-purpose micro-knit technology capacitive stylus & roller-ball ink pen" BOTH of the above two types taper towards their tips... they both narrow & neck down, until their nibs are barely bigger than the pricey premium TruGlide Pro... both, especially the Mee-Case, have a heavier, made-of-metal, physical feel... but both suffered the same small-sized-stylus performance problems... like the Dockem vs. WisdomPro (above), the Mee-Case dig drag a minor-amount more than the Butter-Fox, which was buttery-smooth on the screen... were there a way to correctly CALIBRATE computer touch screens for smaller-sized styli, i would want one of them, probably the Tru-Glide Pro overall despite cost, and the Butter-Fox including cost concerns... smaller-sized nibs are much more precise to position(Box-Wave) "EverTouch quick-click" best of the clickable kind, would work well for most people, PROBABLY... does have NO screen-protecting piece of plastic wrapped around the tip (as do BOTH of the other click-pen kinds i tested, namely the New-Trent's & Yoo-Me's)[these styli are starting to skip somewhat (and more-and-more...]--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(New-Trent) "Arcadia 2pcs click-pen"(Yoo-Me) "retractable two-pack black & white fiber mesh capacitive touch-screen stylus"(Great-Shield) "TAP series fiber-mesh capacitive stylus"(Glidex) "2pcs LCD touch screen styli with high-quality conductive mesh cloth fiber"(Caseseen) "VIBE extra long stylus" un-wield-ly long, practically like a CHOP-STICK, not-bad-but-mediocre performance(Sanoxy) "clicker retractable stylus pen with microfiber fabric tip"(Mee-Elec) "Diamond dual-purpose micro-knit technology capacitive stylus & fine roller-ball ink pen" NOT (exactly) the same as the Mee-Case kind (above), these are indeed a degree different, and look like (and feel lighter, like) doe sort of imitation knock-off of the Mee-Cases, which i liked allot 4Short stylus works well I forgot that I ordered a short stylus and it took a little getting used to, but it didn't take long for me to see that I can use the stylus and write just as if were a full sized pen. (I have moderately large hands, BTW).I especially like that I can stash it in the little watch pocket of my jeans.The pen writes very well, and the unit comes with two refills. I contacted the company to learn how to replace the refill, and they responded right away. (You pull the stylus apart at the center, and unscrew a little white thingee to get to the ink refill.)Oh, yeah, the stylus works just fine with my smartphone. 5
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Description
  • Works on any capacitive touch screen. High tech mesh design. All-metal pen design.
  • Built in ink pen allows for easy paper note taking - just rotate to extend or retract ink
  • Super compact - just 4" in length. Easy to carry and use
  • Capacitive tip is great for the times you can't or don't want to use your fingers
  • All metal design - Champagne and black color. Ink is a common rollerball gel type - black color, fine point.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Loved it in concept, ultimately a mess! I believe a stylus is a must. Long nails, fat fingers, whenever I'm not ready to trust my vocabulary to voice recognition. I adored this product for many months when I used it only occasionally, but had it constantly stored in my backpack. I had it in my cart and wishlist because I thought it was the perfect stocking stuffer/party favor for friends and colleagues. I love the size, price-point and the versatility and most especially the mesh tip on the stylus. And oh, yes, the half-pen size! How convenient is that?After months of occasional use, for reasons beyond my control, my need for a stylus increased exponentially. After spending one day in the pocket of my khakis, rather than my knapsack, ink started hemorrhaging from the twisting center of the pen creating a horrendous mess. I was horrified at the damage it caused, and relieved I hadn't passed it on as planned. If it had been the tip of the ballpoint, I would take full responsibility for just letting it spin in my pocket, but that wasn't the case. 1The best stylus for handwriting or drawing I searched high and low for a stylus I could use for writing and drawing apps on my iPad. I didn't realize I'd never get a true pencil-like stylus because it wouldn't provide enough surface contact with the iPad. I also bought the Bamboo stylus with the firm replacement nibs, and this was by far my favorite. It still doesn't give you the precision and control of a real pen/pencil on paper, but it's much, much better than my finger (sorry Steve Jobs!).I never have used the pen -- didn't buy it for that, so I cannot comment on it.I highly recommend this. 4Works well; great customer service! I like this pen/stylus very much. Mesh tips are MUCH better than rubber. I can get refills at any stationary store or online. The mesh tip failed after a while, I contacted the seller, they sent a brand new unit immediately and even threw in 4 pen refills. I carry this in my pants pocket and use it many times daily. 5It's okay This is the first stylus I've tried that has a mesh tip and really like it, compared to the rubber ones. It has a nice feel and glides easier, plus the retractable ball point pen at the other end makes it dual purpose.(Revised 11/16) I've had this for little more than a year now and the mesh tip has gone soft, making it less responsive than when it was new. For that reason I've reduced my rating from 5 stars to 3. 3Best stylus I have used yet. Great price! Unlike most capacitive touchscreen styluses, this one uses a fine metal mesh (think really really fine window screen) rather than a large, stretchy, rubber button. The effect is an extremely smooth and quick movement with far better accuracy than the rubber-tipped variants. My main complaint with the rubber is that it slows down drawing or writing speeds and makes it difficult to write as naturally as you would with a pen and paper. Also, the tip does not distort or drag like the rubber ones so you actually hit the screen where you want to -- especially when drawing. I love it and I am recommending it to my friends. Excellent for handwriting, drawing, sketching, etc. It does make a slight crunchy noise when I use it, but not a problem. Put simply, I am not annoyed at all when I use this, in fact, I feel I have greater freedom when using this stylus with my iPad for a creative task. 5Short This is where the quality of assets should be better. This is a very small or short stylus. Yes I should look at the dimensions, but showing a hand holding this item would be better. However, love the mesh tip. I will only use a mesh tipped stylus's now (unless something better comes along)Cool that its a pen too. I may keep this as a backup in my wallet. Like the metallic & black styling. 3Best stylus for any tablet or phone Bought this Stylus for my ASUS TF300 Android tablet, and I was surprised as to how well it performed. I like to draw and use my tablet for taking notes at school. This stylus sets a new bar for all styli. This stylus no longer makes the tablet drawing experience awful, I no longer feel like I am writing and drawing with a magic marker. I got so addicted to this stylus that I even started using it with my HTC android phone to draw and play games, great because it also helps to keep the finger prints off of my devices. Everyone else will complain about the length but this thing is long enough, I am 6' 4" and I have fairly big "man" hands, and I handled this zip stylus unusually well. 5Great for my Nexus 10 This is a great stylus if you like the shorter length. The pen twists out so there's no cap to lose, the capacitive tip works smoothly and effectively. It has a nice weight and feels reasonably durable. I would have expected to pay more for a pen of this quality, so I was pleasantly surprised.One thing to note if you have a Nexus 10 and bought the i-Blason Auto Sleep / Wake Google Nexus 7 Inch Tablet PC Slim folio Case With Built in Stand Hard Back Cover 8GB 16GB (Black): this stylus is a little too fat to fit into the elastic pen loop in the case. You may have to stretch the elastic out quite a bit to get it to work. 5solid, seldom skips i'm paranoid about scratching screens... i've had bad experiences, with regular RUBBER-tipped styluses. And, my MS Surface RT (1st gen.) screen seemed somewhat non-sensitive. i called computer stores near me, and none new anything about styluses with nibs made of MICRO-FIBER meshes. So, relying on Amazon's generous return & refund policy, i purchased EVERY possible "Prime" eligible sort of stylus i saw, whose heads were made of micro-fiber mesh. Now i know the following...Swift Summary plus Products to Purchase--------------------------------------------------------top two (2) types were the ones from AMPEN ("hybrid stylus") and WISDOMPRO ("universal micro-knit fabric tip capacitive touch screen stylus with extra 2pcs replaceable tips"). Both have replaceable tips, and reasonably-solid, sturdy, heavier feel to them. Both have the highest-quality micro-fiber mesh i saw (along with the TruGlide Pro)... which is to say, their meshes had the tightest, densest weaves, a little like a dense denim (AmPen + WisdomPro) vs. looser knitted yarn (others). Both were practically impossible to make to skip, on the Surface's screen, as tested utilizing the pre-installed, MS, "Paint", program. Both came with "kit" including two types of lanyards, which can connect to a computer's head-phone jacks. For a Father's Day gift, my father fancied the AmPen. And, i wanted the WisdomPro.What about the others ?--------------------------------First, there are, overall, two (2) kinds / classes / sorts of styluses w/ tips made of micro-fiber mesh: full micro-fiber mesh (all the way through, e.g. WisdomPro) hybrids (= one layer of mesh stretched over regular rubber core, e.g. AmPen)Generally, the hybrids have a (somewhat) firmer feel.Second, there are "clickable" or "click-pen" kinds, whose heads can retract into the stylus body. That requirement to retract back into the body of the stylus implies, that they have to have SMALLER tips / nibs. Regular, non-retracting, tips are typically 10mm in diameter, whereas the retracting, clickable kind, are typically 6mm across. Two IMPORTANT points... specifically, the clickable kinds of styli have the same-sized bodies, but smaller-sized heads (and some even have screen-protecting pieces of plastic, wrapped around the end of the stylus body, to prevent screen scratchings, if people press too hard, and fully flatten out their smaller-sized nibs)... that can make the tips harder for the stylus-user to see... generally, ALL touch-screen devices of which i'm aware have their touch-screens CALIBRATED for people's bigger beefier FINGERS... NONE of the smaller-tipped sorts of styluses worked as well, as the ones with full-finger-ish-sized nibs... for particularly prominent example, the pricy premium LynkTek TruGlide PRO (which was otherwise awesome) was never as steady & skip-free as the ones which i really recommend... EVEN when i took time to calibrate the computer, for that specific stylus (for Win8 RT, you must navigate to "Control Panels", choose "Hardware", and scan for the word "calibrate", and spend a minute or more gently pressing on cross-hairs positioned near the corners of the screen)Third, the touch-screen of a nearly-new Nokia Lumia 520 (AT&T Go-Phone) was super-sensitive, and experienced nearly none of the skipping i saw w/ the Surface RT, even with what i would rank as not-quite-so-good sorts of styluses. There were a few styluses which seemed to skip allot, most in the middle which would skip sometimes, and a few seemingly-superior sorts which nearly never skipped (of which the top two recommended above skipped noticeably less than the rest).Ranks of the rest:-----------------------[top tier...]--------------(AmPen + WisdomPro)(Dokem) "micro-fiber stylus & 2 color pen combo" the Dokem was as good as the others, although it slid a little less smoothly across the screen (felt harder to drag), and the others included "kit", like lanyards, with the WisdomPro also including a micro-fiber cleaning cloth (like you get with glasses), a seemingly-similar kind-of-cloth bag to safely store the stylus, TWO SPARE replaceable nibs (AmPen provides NONE), and even a nice note from WisdomPro Pres. "Adam" expressing gratitude for people purchasing his products... the Dockem does come with a PAIR of pens, buried in the body, which can be inter-changed[good solid seldom-skipping styli...]---------------------------------------------(Chromo-Inc) "mesh stylus executive gift set"(Zip) "stylus capacitive 2-in-1 stylus ink pen combo"(Friendly-Swede) "bundle of 6 micro-knit hybrid fiber tip universal capacitive stylus pens 4.5" " feel a little light, cheap, & plasticy, but work well, and by far the best possible PRICE... you'd have to have a hard-to-please screen, and be scribbling fairly fast, to start to see significant skipping(LynkTek) "Tru-Glide Pro" heavy professional feel, obviously made of metal, smallest nib, perfect for weaving between small buttons & icons on a crowded screen, otherwise by far the best, pricey-but-premium... but PERFORMANCE in Paint-program test was inconsistent, even with stylus-specific calibration... did not work well on an iPad Air, either... does have other pricey-but-premium accessories, like an artistic metal carrying cases, and a professional paint-brush type of tip (look up the LynkTek website, if there are no appropriate product pages on Amazon)(Butter-Fox) "micro-knit fabric tip capacitive touch screen stylus pen" see next...(Mee-Csse) "diamond dual-purpose micro-knit technology capacitive stylus & roller-ball ink pen" BOTH of the above two types taper towards their tips... they both narrow & neck down, until their nibs are barely bigger than the pricey premium TruGlide Pro... both, especially the Mee-Case, have a heavier, made-of-metal, physical feel... but both suffered the same small-sized-stylus performance problems... like the Dockem vs. WisdomPro (above), the Mee-Case dig drag a minor-amount more than the Butter-Fox, which was buttery-smooth on the screen... were there a way to correctly CALIBRATE computer touch screens for smaller-sized styli, i would want one of them, probably the Tru-Glide Pro overall despite cost, and the Butter-Fox including cost concerns... smaller-sized nibs are much more precise to position(Box-Wave) "EverTouch quick-click" best of the clickable kind, would work well for most people, PROBABLY... does have NO screen-protecting piece of plastic wrapped around the tip (as do BOTH of the other click-pen kinds i tested, namely the New-Trent's & Yoo-Me's)[these styli are starting to skip somewhat (and more-and-more...]--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(New-Trent) "Arcadia 2pcs click-pen"(Yoo-Me) "retractable two-pack black & white fiber mesh capacitive touch-screen stylus"(Great-Shield) "TAP series fiber-mesh capacitive stylus"(Glidex) "2pcs LCD touch screen styli with high-quality conductive mesh cloth fiber"(Caseseen) "VIBE extra long stylus" un-wield-ly long, practically like a CHOP-STICK, not-bad-but-mediocre performance(Sanoxy) "clicker retractable stylus pen with microfiber fabric tip"(Mee-Elec) "Diamond dual-purpose micro-knit technology capacitive stylus & fine roller-ball ink pen" NOT (exactly) the same as the Mee-Case kind (above), these are indeed a degree different, and look like (and feel lighter, like) doe sort of imitation knock-off of the Mee-Cases, which i liked allot 4Short stylus works well I forgot that I ordered a short stylus and it took a little getting used to, but it didn't take long for me to see that I can use the stylus and write just as if were a full sized pen. (I have moderately large hands, BTW).I especially like that I can stash it in the little watch pocket of my jeans.The pen writes very well, and the unit comes with two refills. I contacted the company to learn how to replace the refill, and they responded right away. (You pull the stylus apart at the center, and unscrew a little white thingee to get to the ink refill.)Oh, yeah, the stylus works just fine with my smartphone. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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