|Item model number||ADJPDT|
|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches|
Adonit Jot Pro Fine Point Precision Stylus for iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle, Samsung, and Windows Tablets - Turquoise [Previous Generation]
|Price:||$41.84 & FREE Shipping|
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- Fine Point Stylus: The fine tip gives you accuracy that rubber nibs can’t; The precision disc lets you see exactly where your mark is being made; Jot is the most precise stylus on the market;
- Magnetic Cling: Jot Pro magnetically attaches to your tablet for storage and transport; *iPad 2 and New iPad only;
- Rubber Grip: For more command and comfort;
- Heavy Metal: Once Jot Pro is in your grip, the quality is unmistakable; The durable aluminum and steel gives Jot superior conductivity and craftsmanship comparable to any luxury pen;
- Compatible with most capacitive touch screen devices including: iPad, iPhone, iOS Devices, Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Google Nexus 7, Google Nexus 9, Kindle Fire 7, most Android Tablets and Windows Tablets
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|Item Dimensions||0.39 x 5 x 0.39 in||0.37 x 4.84 x 0.37 in||0.09 x 4.75 x 1.1 in||0.33 x 3.88 x 0.33 in||0.3 x 5.6 x 0.3 in||0.81 x 2.72 x 7.36 in|
Touch screens are great, but writing and drawing with your fingers should’ve stopped in kindergarten. Jot was created to capture the precision of a calligrapher and the stroke of an artist. Unlike the fat rubber tips of other styluses, Jot’s ballpoint makes a finer line. The precision disc lets you see exactly where your mark will be made, giving you the most natural digital stroke. Not only should it meet your needs, but a stylus should have style. The brushed aluminum and steel rivals the craftsmanship of luxury pens. Jot plays nice with all capacitive touch screens, making it the best stylus for iPad and Android Tablets.
From the Manufacturer
Jot Pro is a fine point stylus for iPad, and the new standard for precision.
Fine Point Stylus
The ballpoint tip gives you accuracy that rubber nibs can't. The precision disc lets you see exactly where your mark is being made.
The sound dampening tip simulates the natural contact of writing with a pen on paper. This means yourstrokes will be quieter when note taking or sketching.
Jot Pro magnetically attaches to your tablet for storage and transport. *iPad 2 and New iPad only.
iPad, iPad Mini, iPhone, Android Tablets, Android Phones, Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy, and Capacitive Touch Screens.
Draw & Write
Create amazingly precise notes, sketches, and art with the most precise stylus on the market.
About the Manufacturer
We empower the creators with tools to build a more vibrant world.
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Top Customer Reviews
I purchased the Adonit Jot Pro capacitive touch stylus yesterday afternoon from a local retailer at a price of $30. After using the new stylus for about half an hour, I noticed a long, deep scratch across the screen of my Nook HD+ tablet. I turned off the tablet to clean the screen and found that the new stylus had been scratching the screen all over. Upon closer inspection of the new stylus, a defect in manufacturing was discovered in which a tiny, hard piece of grit was molded into the clear disc that constitutes the stylus' tip.
I emailed Adonit customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of the damage to my property and a request for compensation. Demonstrating a consistent aloofness to my concerns, support representative Michael's response was that their products are not made to scratch device screens, and that the warranty does not cover anything beyond the stylus itself.
My first warning to the potential customer of this company is that there is no statement of warranty provided with the Jot Pro product in its own packaging. Secondly, the warranty, which was emailed to me instead, doesn't actually provide the customer with any guarantee of support or compensation.
I took magnified photographs from various angles with a Canon 60D and provided the images to Michael, requesting that he allow me to send the defective stylus to his company and let them conduct their own independent investigation and inspection. This offer was in good faith on my part as I would no longer retain any physical evidence of the defective product, and as such would put my full trust into the Adonit company to inspect the device, investigate my complaint that the defective stylus disc scratches glass, and offer reasonable compensation: the replacement of my Nook device or the servicing of its screen. Furthermore, by sending the stylus to Adonit, I would no longer be able to acquire a refund from the place of purchase for the product.
My request for Adonit to receive the defective stylus and conduct their own independent inspection was three times denied. Seeing that the opportunity for reasoning together has been consistently ignored over eight exchanges of correspondence, I am bringing my experience to the attention of any potential customer I can reach.
Adonit buyer beware: This startup sells merchandise that is overpriced for its margin of error in manufacturing and risk of loss to personal property in usage. Should you purchase their stylus products, as per my experience, you may receive a defective tip that etches deep scratches into your screen glass. Should you experience such personal loss, as per my experience, the Adonis customer support will demonstrate no interest whatsoever in inspecting the product in question to determine a flaw in manufacturing or any company liability for ruined customer property.
The one problem is after a few hours of use the skipping started. Having used the "old" jot pro for a year, I was expecting this to occur. A VERY tiny dab of thermal paste placed inside the disc immediately corrected the problem. I don't know why the manufacturer refuses to address this problem but check any review site or discussion forum and you will see this issue over and over again. One of the most expensive styluses on the market shouldn't require this bandaid approach in order to function correctly.
This stylus is almost perfect. If and when adonit addresses the skipping issue I will happily edit this review and give the stylus 5 stars.
Update 2+ months later... I LOVE this thing! After fixing the initial skipping discussed below, I have not had any skipping problems and still no scratching! This is one of those things I love so much I would buy it again, just because.
`Yes, I have only had it one day so I haven't had the scratching problems yet (and hope I never do!) but, I did have the skipping problem within about an hour.....ARGH!!! But, rather than having my usual knee jerk reactions, and returning it unloved, I decided to ask for help from the company. I got this response this morning...did it and all is well again! YES!!! No more skipping, and all that was necessary was cleaning the disk! (the old fashion way, I licked it...shhhhh, don't tell)
Here is the "official solution" from the company.
"I'm really sorry to hear about that issue you ran into with your stylus! Skipping and loss of functionality can actually be caused by one of several different issues - here are a few suggestions that may help though:
1. The disc's surface should be cleaned with a tissue or soft microfiber cloth.
2. Taking the disc off and blowing into the socket can remove dirt.
3. Polishing the Jot's metal ball tip with tin foil can remove micro-corrosion affecting conductivity.
Generally we don't recommend the thermal paste method you mentioned, because it can potentially damage the plastic disc on your stylus and make the problem worse in the long run. Thermal paste can also contain tiny bits of grit that can scratch your tablet's screen (thermal paste is roughly the same consistency as toothpaste, if that gives you an idea).
If the suggestions I mentioned above don't work, you might just need a new disc for your stylus - issues with the contact detection skipping in the way you're describing are actually not a symptom of a problem with the entire stylus, just the disc."