- Weight: 2.08 ounces
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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?
The Stylus is compatible with all capacitive touchscreen Apple, Android and Windows Smartphone's and 5V Tablet
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.
I really like them cause they go back into the pen and that is great.Published 6 hours ago by Katherine Clouse
Clickpen TwinPack stylus pen, NT63T.
• The NT 63T Clickpen is an easy to use professional looking stylus.
• It’s well constructed and should last a good long time. Read more
Way better quality then expected. This type of stylus is supurb to the rubber tipped type. Conection to the screen is 100%, as opposed to the rubber tipped type that work... Read morePublished 1 day ago by trek
Worked fine for about a week then the thing broke - if I want to retract the tip I have to use a pen or something. Nice idea, poor design.Published 2 days ago by Alison Hiltabidle
The tip is made of fabric, so it runes smother that the usual rubber tip. Still, it is not suitable for precise drawing.Published 2 days ago by Robert P.
Like these pens a lot and so far, they've help up to daily use.Published 2 days ago by Colorado Mtn Guy
I've found that I like the little cheap stylus' better. These are OK, but I have to press harder for them to work. I'm not as happy as I expected with them.Published 2 days ago by Kathy F
This stylus provides a soft, yet accurate tip for writing on most touch screens. I bought this to replace a rubber-tipped stylus which provided too much drag on the screen to write... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Aaron B.