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New Trent Arcadia 2pcs Clickpen Stylus/Styli with Micro-Knit Tip for Capacitive Touch Screen Smartphones and Tablets. (TwinPack: Black + White)

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  • Stylus works on all capacitive touch surface Smartphones and Tablets
  • Use to take notes, draw or turn a page
  • Soft, durable micro fiber tip, offering a better writing experience than regular rubber/sponge tip.
  • Fully compatible with: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, HTC HD2, BlackBerry, Gphone and any capacitive touch panel device
  • Retractable tip, protecting tip when not in use.
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New Trent Arcadia 2pcs Clickpen Stylus/Styli with Micro-Knit Tip for Capacitive Touch Screen Smartphones and Tablets. (TwinPack: Black + White) + New Trent (1PC) Limir Dual Purpose Stylus/Styli for Capacitive Touch Screen Smartphones and Tablets. 2-in-1: Stylus (Micro-Knit Tip) and Fine Ball Pen + New Trent Trentium Ultra-thin Water Resist, Dirt&Shockproof Apple iPhone 5s /5 Case (Includes 3 changeable cover : black/silver/gold)
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Technical Details

  • Stylus works on all capacitive touch surface Smartphones and Tablets
  • Use to take notes, draw or turn a page
  • Soft, durable micro fiber tip, offering a better writing experience than regular rubber/sponge tip.
  • Fully compatible with: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, HTC HD2, BlackBerry, Gphone and any capacitive touch panel device
  • Retractable tip, protecting tip when not in use.
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007FXMOV8
  • Item model number: IMP63T/NT63T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,838 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #548 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Feeling Smooth
Experience first hand the micro knit tip stylus gliding effortless across your device screen with zero resistance and lag. While the precision tip giving you more precise selection and operation. Your only decision now is - black or white?

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

Stylus Specifications.
mircofiber tip (retractable)
- twin pack (black and white)
- Dimension: 4.5" (extended) 4.3" (retracted) (L)x 0.3" (Dia) inch

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


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Customer Reviews

This is much better than a rubber tipped stylus.
Kang Wang
The pen itself feel great in your hand because it has a little weight to it and it's the perfect length for me.
Manyblackbears
The tip on this is soft, and glides smoothly and quickly across the screen.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

364 of 376 people found the following review helpful By AndrewC on April 25, 2012
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Ok, so here goes my review. I run 5 Ipads in an office setting, and I have bought numerous styluses. Of all the styluses bought this one is by far the best. I think that any of the styluses with a rubber tip are junk. The rubber breaks and renders the stylus useless. I stumbled upon this stylus on Amazon and bought one. The price was great, but that made me cautious about how good it could be. The other ones I bought were much more expensive. When this stylus arrived, I gave it to the person, who has been known to kill a stylus very quick. After a couple of weeks, I asked him what he thought of it? I was told that the felt tip was the best he had ever used, the stylus was much better to work with and the Ipad was much more responsive to it. The tip is virtually indestructible, and the twist pen is good in a pinch. With his seal of approval, I just ordered 4 more. Great job Trent, you really nailed it.

9/28/12: I just ordered 4 more of these for spares. These are still the best stylus that I have ever bought. I just love them and so does the staff.
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120 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Heather on August 3, 2012
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The New Trent stylus is much better quality stylus than many out there.

Outside: The metal is solid and feels like you're actually holding something. It's well-constructed, no gaps in the metal, the paint doesn't wear off in a day, and shape is stylish and attractive.

Inside: The retracting spring works smoothly with no failure.

Nib: The nib is softer than it looks in the pictures. I was a bit worried when I purchased it that it would actually scratch the surface because of the metallic look. But no fear! It's a soft microfiber that glides safely and gently across the surface.

I previously purchased a stylus through The Friendly Swede and it was totally junky looking and feeling. The end was rubber and wide. It looked cheap and felt even worse. I'm really glad I made this purchase.
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232 of 268 people found the following review helpful By RocketMan1969 on May 2, 2012
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The micro-knit tip on this stylus is absolutely the way to go. It slides over the screen so much more smoothly than any of the foam rubber tipped styluses. I have four foam tip styluses, but they are going to only be for back-up in case I loose my micro-knit stylus.

However despite the great tip, I can not recommend the IMP62B because of the very short length. I am a guy with fairly large hands and the top of the stylus barely reached the web between my thumb and index finger. It needs to be at least 2 inches longer. I passed it along to my wife who has very small hands. And even then it was borderline too short for her. I ordered the Boxwave micro-knit tipped stylus and am much happier with the longer length of the Boxwave.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Katherine on August 30, 2012
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So I started researching styluses in more depth, since even my nice PenGo stylus's rubber tip grabbed at the screen a little, and I discovered the world of "micro-knit fiber" styluses. These are rubber tipped, like the typical stylus, but with a very fine metal mesh fabric layer on top of the rubber. They're still squishy like a balloon, the way all rubber-tipped styluses are, but they are supposed to have a lot less friction on the screen, and supposed to be more responsive. After researching and reading reviews, I couldn't decide between two micro-knit fiber styluses: the New Trent IMP63T and the amPen Hybrid. Fortunately, the New Trent 2-pack was only $10.95 with free shipping, and the amPen Hybrid was $8.95, with free shipping through Amazon Prime... so I decided to get both.

What I liked right away about the New Trent stylus(es) was not just that they were retractable, protecting that micro-knit fiber tip, but that the tip was narrower than most stylus tips that I've seen--almost as narrow as my PenGo narrow tip! It's true what they say--there is less friction with the micro-knit fiber than with rubber tips. I like the narrower tip, the ease of movement on the screen, and if what they say is true and that it responds better (maybe in cold weather? I've heard people with cold hands can't always get their screens to respond...) then that's a good thing.

What I don't like about this stylus, and which really starts to bother me after using it for a long stretch, is the plastic sleeve that the tip of the stylus retracts into. It's got a square-on edge that presses against the tips of my fingers in an uncomfortable way. If they would taper the plastic, or at least round the edge, this would be a near-perfect stylus.

What of the amPen that I bought at the same time?
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Sundaymornin on October 11, 2012
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Alright folks, I know most you who read these reviews are cautious with your money as I am. Long story short this stylus is absolutely gr8 when it comes to being light compact AND... Writing on your protective screen. Most styli have those soft rubber types, or foam tips, or tips with a "disc" (A.K.A. flying saucer) attached to them - all fine and dandy. I happen to be a student who takes notes like there's no tomorrow while attending college full time. This is MY stylus of choice and I'm not ashamed to say it! Yes, I may sound like some cheesy ad for the thing, but so be it.
I've been through numerous styles (6 to be precise since Jan-12) and none work better than this one! I've had from Pogo Sketch Pro down to the generic 3-pack from CVS and then... well you know.
I am a mega note-taker. I use Notability taking notes about 6-9 hrs a day depending on whether or not it's a lab day. I totally forgot I even had this thing. I was shopping for another stylus due my Pogo didn't stand the test with my Gumdrop Ipad2 case - so I'm writing with my fingers, right... Then I saw a review where this guy (or gal- I think it was on Verge) said that steel wool-tips are a way of the future - BAM - epiphany! I had one as a spare (because it was bought cheap) in the bottom of my book bag. I whipped it out tried it on the Gumdrop screen and... BAM - excellent writing with little pressure. Mind you I do a lot of writing this the Arcadia has served me well!!!
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