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- Lustrous, chrome finished body
- Capacitive stylus compatible with the iPhone 4, iPad, and iPod Touch, Works with iPad 1 and iPad 2
- Secondary ink pen function with refillable reservoir
- Durable, quality construction
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The Hard Candy Cases Capacitive iPad Stylus and Pen is like a free pass to an airline's first class lounge. You get unparalleled class, functionality and design in a dual purpose instrument that is as reliable and sophisticated as your favorite touch-screen device. With a no-stutter, silk-tipped capacitive point, the Hard Candy stylus gives you precise, luxurious control over your digital world. On the flip side, the refillable ink tip pen prepares you for aggressive business ventures or playful whimsy.
Highest Quality Capacitive Point
Not just any capacitive instrument, this silk tip, no-stutter stylus delivers unparalleled reliability of motion, giving your thoughts uninterrupted flow through any capacitive surface. A smoothly integrated aluminum cap protects the capacitive point when not in use, allowing you freedom to store and transport the instrument to all of your business meetings, adventure excursions or vacation getaways.
Thoughtful, Classy Design
Ergonomically designed to give you control over the direction, accuracy and force of contact, the Hard Candy iPad Stylus displays an impeccable silhouette that will not be mistaken for just any old writing instrument. Removable lids shield the stylus's capacitive and ink tips from damage and premature wear, while the brilliant stainless finish stands out with svelte fashion flair.
You'll buy the Hard Candy Capacitive Stylus for its capacitive control and accuracy, but you'll love it for its indispensability. With an ink tip literally at your fingertips, you'll never fumble for a pen again. The pen's refillable ink reservoir makes the Hard Candy Capacitive iPad Stylus a lifelong investment that will never go out of style.
Made for the iPad and iPhone
The Hard Candy iPad Stylus is incredibly useful for a variety of design, sketch, and notetaking apps that require dexterity and reliability. But the iPad Stylus isn't just for the iPad; it works as an iPhone stylus, too. Work faster, with more control and precision on both the iPad and iPhone, and the breadth of tasks that you can accomplish becomes infinite.
BEST USE: Browsing; enhanced accuracy for apps; clean-screen operation; ergonomic efficiency and comfort
Capacitive Screen Mobile Media Players
BEST USE: Browsing; enhanced accuracy for apps; ergonomic efficiency and comfort
EXAMPLES: All Apple iPod Touch, Samsung Yepp YP-P, Coby MP837 Touch Multimedia Player
Capacitive Screen Mobile Phones
BEST USE: Browsing; enhanced accuracy for apps; ergonomic efficiency and comfort
EXAMPLES: Apple iPhone 4, Apple iPhone 3G, Apple iPhone 3GS, BlackBerry Storm, Google Nexus One, HTC Desire
Capactive Screen Notebooks and Computers and Track Pads
BEST USE: Enhanced accuracy for design; increased control and reliability of motion; ergonomic efficiency and comfort
EXAMPLES: MacBook and MacBook Pro track pads, Sony VAIO FW and NW Series, Toshiba Satellite E105, M505, L305, A505, P505D, Dell Inspiron 15 and 17 Series, all HP Touchsmart products, HP Pavilion DV4
Top Customer Reviews
- This is a symmetrically shaped stylus. When the covers are on, you can't quickly tell which end is which. 50% of the time I pull the cover only to see the wrong end. It becomes frustrating. Now I have to roll the stylus in my hand to see the "HardCandy" logo and open the cover facing the "H" for the iPad stylus. Not the best experience when I'm in the middle of a thought I want to jot down.
- Once the covers are off, they don't go anywhere. They don't stick to the back of each other. So you end up with this extra thing rolling around on the desk that you had better not lose or step on.
- The idea of this stylus is that it feels good in your hand. And it does. The weight of it is just perfect. The last thing you want to have happen is for it to rattle. And guess what, in a couple of days, it start to. There are thin black rubber rings that appear to be put there to lessen the rattle of the covers. They are too small and the stylus starts to feel flimsy as the covers start clacking.
- I understand that the user is not meant to see deep into the interior of the chrome covers. However, if you look into the covers you will see what looks like rust or some unfinished copper inside. It looks very cheap.
- The stylus has no point that it rests on when on a table. The two chrome covers end up becoming in contact with all surfaces this stylus is on and it continues to roll. This results in a ring a scratches around each chrome cover.Read more ›
Also The pen is a very average writing instrument - I expected more of high end pen eperience. And like the other reviewers have commented, this is one heavy device - I would worry about breaking the glass if you drop it on your ipad! Lastly, why didn't they come up with a way to indicate which end is which?? I can't tell you how many times I open it up and almost accidentally start writing on my iPad with teh pen side :( !!
Unfortunately, for all the 'oooh' factor it has going for it; the bad outweighs the good.
1- The lack of a tab and the perfectly round body-design really does add up to a terrible, poorly-functioning instrument. It rolls. Everywhere. So do the caps, which cannot be placed on the end of the unused side. No tab is a livable offense, but even making the object oblong or oval would save the user from having to chase it all over his or her desktop. And when you make the mistake of setting the cap upright (to keep it from rolling madly away from you) and then accidentally tip it over, be ready for the delightful sound of ringing metal. This is especially delightful to endure while you are in a library, lecture hall or quiet work environment.
As ridiculous as this sounds- THERE IS NOTHING MORE ANNOYING THAN HAVING A BIG, WOBBLY PIECE OF METAL SLIDE SIDEWAYS IN YOUR POCKET! This thing always... ALWAYS creeps down and ends up sulking in the bottom of my pants pockets, shirts and bags. Take a regular-sized pen and jam it down the front of your jeans pocket sideways and walk around for a few minutes. Now imagine you paid someone $40 for that experience.
2- The pen/stylus is HEAVY. If it were even a few ounces lighter you wouldn't feel afraid of dropping it and cracking your iPad screen. It's nice to have a sense of WEIGHT in your hand, but this thing feels like a lead bullet.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this pen stylus. It works perfectly on both ways, and the shape is very nice, and it is one of those heavy pens that you like on your hand. It feels like the real stuff. Read morePublished 11 months ago by BCORELLAR
This is one of the better Tablet styluses - it has two ends one for a pen and one for the stylus. I only wish they had engineered it so that you could always tell which end was... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jonathan Brown
I thought this would be a two sided stylus with a tiny tip for the IPhone. I have a hard time with is on my Kindle. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Hulababy
Love that one side is an actual ink pen. . My only disappointment is a slight design flaw- it would be much more convenient if the lids interlocked. Read morePublished 23 months ago by mobeca
I have always been an avid fan of good pens, both fountain and rollerball or gel pens. Recently, I have been moving to an iPad as my computer and wanted to begin the transition to... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Jack C. Riggs
The cap is a pain in the you know what! When your using one end you want stick the cap on the other. I've lost it several times and then find it again days later.Published on October 18, 2013 by Pen Name