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  • New Trent Arcadia (1PC) Limir Dual Purpose Stylus/Styli for Capacitive Touch Screen Smartphones, iPhone 6, 6 Plus Note 4 and Tablets, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3. 2-in-1: Stylus (Micro-Knit Tip) and Fine Ball Pen
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New Trent Arcadia (1PC) Limir Dual Purpose Stylus/Styli for Capacitive Touch Screen Smartphones, iPhone 6, 6 Plus Note 4 and Tablets, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3. 2-in-1: Stylus (Micro-Knit Tip) and Fine Ball Pen

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  • Stylus works on all capacitive touch surface Smartphone's and Tablets
  • Soft, durable micro fiber tip, offering a better writing experience than regular rubber/sponge tip.
  • 2-in-1 : Dual purpose stylus/styli mesh tip and ball point pen
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0064REJ3C
  • Item model number: IMP62B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,064 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,390 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Double Action
As smooth as butter, watch as the micro knit tip glide effortless across your device screen with zero resistance and lag. Become that inspiring iPad artist with the Limir as your brush! Or flip the stylus over and take notes on paper the old fashion way with the ball point pen end. Whether digital or good old fashion we got you covered.

Compatibility.
The Stylus is compatible with all capacitive touchscreen Apple, Android and Windows Smartphone's and 5V Tablet

Stylus Specifications.
Mircofiber tip
Dimension: 4.5" (L)x 0.3" (Dia) inch

Be sure to find the official New Trent logo to ensure a 10 month warranty.

Customer Reviews

I do wish the length of the stylus/pen was a little longer like a normal pen but other than that I have no complaints!
rms
The fiber-mesh tip is very responsive and glides smoothly over the touch screen without dragging or skipping, much better than the rubber-tipped styluses I've tried.
Jeff Briggs
I also really like that fact that the stylus has a ball point pen located in the back of the barrel and accessed by twisting the back end.
matttheorbiter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

406 of 421 people found the following review helpful By Jim C on February 11, 2012
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I have an iPad and have been looking for a stylus to be able to use it like a writing tablet. I have tried the Adonit Jot Pro, Targus and Griffin Stylus, and now the New Trent stylus. They all have their good and bad points but this is my experience with the New Trent product and how it compared to the others.

Size: The stylus is short. I am a pretty tall guy and I have long, skinny fingers. Short writing instruments are a challenge for me if they are not long enough for the top of the instrument to sit in the space between my thumb and hand. This stylus isn't long enough and so I found myself having to change the way I held it. I found that unnatural but not difficult to do.

Weight: This stylus, compared to the weighted Jot Pro, is extremely light. If you like holding on to your writing instrument and feeling some weight, this won't do it for you. But it turns out the weight is a plus for me considering the short size. I found that I was not fighting the weight to keep control because the stylus was shorter than I like.

Not-a-Stylus: This stylus has a ball point pen built in. It's the first stylus I have tried that had an extra capability, and I have found myself actually using the pen as much as the stylus side! The pen writes smoothly and evenly, and is easy to expose and retract. It is a really nice feature to have.

Stylus: Ok, so how about that capacitive mesh stylus? Looking at the photo I didn't really have an expectation for the stylus end, so when I got it I was a little surprised. At first it reminded me of a Q-Tip that wasn't wound tight. It doesn't sag off the side or anything but it is "soft". The Targus stylus is a rubber tip and is hard, giving almost nothing when using it to write or draw. The Adonit jot Pro is a hard metal ball.
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307 of 327 people found the following review helpful By Stormancast on November 29, 2011
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Length: 2:43 Mins
My review of the New Trent Imp62b Stylus-Champa. I have tested with iPhone, Android Phone and nook reader. Probably one of the best capacitive stylus I a have played with.
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327 of 361 people found the following review helpful By B. King on November 23, 2011
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Length: 5:23 Mins
I have a new favorite stylus. !!
The New Trent is so much smoother and easier...
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Sheryl Schopfer on July 16, 2012
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I never liked the feel of finger painting. When I got an iPhone and iPad, I immediately got a few art applications for them and quickly discovered that the much touted "finger paint on your device" was going to rub me (or, at least, my finger) the wrong way. So, a search for a good stylus began.

Most of the styli out there have rubber tips. These might be fine for the glass screen of the iPhone and iPad, but my devices have protective coatings added to their screens. Rubber tipped styli drag against the coatings. The spongey tip of the Pogo stylus does not track well through the coating. The clear disk on the Jot stylus (which is an awesome concept) just sticks to the coating, not moving well (this was a major heartbreak to me, since I love the concept behind that stylus).

Huzzah, the micro-knit tip of this stylus succeeds! It glides across my protected screens easily and tracks as well as a finger. This is my go-to stylus; my collection (built up from trying different ones) now sits ignored. I even bought two more of this one as back-up in case I lose the first, since I found myself so happy with it.

The size works well for my hand, which is small. The built-in ball-point pen does work, but I generally forget about it and do not use it. I like that this stylus has a light color, making it easier to find when I dump it into a loose bag.

Overall, if you also have screen protectors on your tablet or smartphone and need a stylus that can work with the protective coating, then I recommend this one.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By 21st Century Druid on January 29, 2012
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Considering that this stylus is the only one I've ever used which I consider to WORK as a stylus, I'm giving it a rating of 4. The only reason I don't give it a 5 is because the "perfect" stylus would be thinner and have a back end tip which was easier to pen things with.

To date, this is the 3rd capacitive stylus I have "owned." However, I'm writing this review after having "researched" many and "used" several different types and brands.
This stylus is relatively short, which is a plus for me because I don't want it sticking out the end of my tablet case. If you have huge hands, then you may not like this feature. It is also somewhat stout. Certainly more so than a standard pen. If you have tiny hands, then you may not like that feature.

In my personal search for the "perfect" stylus, I have arbitrarily decided that the FIRST area of criticism for any (capacitive) stylus is how easily it slides across the screen.
Not all are made equal in these regards. As my point of reference for my comparison, I use my finger (of all things). Essentially, any stylus I endorse MUST slide across the screen with (at least) equal ease to my finger. After all, we're purchasing these things to help, not hinder.

Most every capacitive stylus I see on the market today has a RUBBER tip. How incredibly stupid this is cannot be politely expressed because the bottom line is that rubber is MUCH more difficult to use than your finger!! Thus, every rubber stylus (no matter how pretty or otherwise packed with gadgets, clocks and rocket launchers) can possibly hold a candle to this stylus I write about today. Note that isn't a praise to this stylus, but rather a mockery of so many others.
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