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Musemee Notier V2 (Black) - The World's Most Precision Stylus for iPad, iPhone and Other Touch Screen Devices …
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- EASY REPLACEABLE TIPS
- SMOOTH SLIDING MATERIALS
- EXTREMELY FINEST TIPS WITH CLEAR DISC
- FREE ANGLE & SUPER SENSITIVE
- PROTECTED CAP DESIGN
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Musemee Notier V2 Stylus - The most precision stylus.
1.EASIER REPLACEABLE TIPS
2.MORE SMOOTH SLIDING MATERIALS
The clear disc gives you the accurate point.
2.EXTREMELY FINEST TIPS
Super fine tip with smallest visual point.
The flexible tip gives you the free writing angle
Always conductive disc provide the super sensitivity.
Cap as part of pen body so you won't lose it.
Compatible with all capacitance touch screen devices.
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I've been using this a while now and it really is excellent! I love the precision I can achieve on my iPad Air 2. No appreciable lag. Comfortable size in the hand (I have big manly man hands, but not grizzly bear paws).
I do recommend a good "self-healing" plastic screen protector or a tempered glass on. The cheap plastic protector I was using was scratched to crap with this stylus but the nice ones haven't developed any scratches or haziness.
In this review I will include comparisons the Jot Pro by Adonit, the other stylus I've found allows you to do that. So far this stylus writes better than the Jot Pro. Here are the details:
I'll break the mold and start with the bad:
- the body is not magnetic (something I really like about the Jot Pro), and
- it doesn't quite have the heavy weighted feel of the adonit pen; slightly more hollow and less expensive feeling (also, less expensive :-)).
- A nice looking stylus.
- Tip is protected by screw tight "cap" so there's no chance of it being damaged when not in use.
- The cap screws onto the back of the pend when in use, so it's never lost.
- A clever *twist* is that the "cap" forms a significant part of the stylus body so you won't forget to attach it or lose it.
- Comes with a replacement disk for the tip, whereas adonit requires you to buy extras direct from them at something like $8/pair with like $7 s & h.
- The most smooth, elegant stylus I've written with.
While the Jot Pro has a higher quality look and feel to it, the quality of writing of the Musumee is superior to the Jot Pro. That, plus the extra writing disk put the Musumee at the top of my list, where it should stay unless the writing quality degrades rapidly.
UPDATE: Been using the stylus for several months now. I wouldn't consider myself a heavy user-it's not like I'm a journalist using an iPad to take notes or anything-but I use it daily. I haven't had any issues. The writing has remained smooth and solid (no broken lines), nothing on the stylus has broken, and I haven't had to open the box with the extra tip that comes with it. I'm actually quite surprised at all the quality issues mentioned in other reviews; I guess there were some QC issues there. Nonetheless, if you check out the reviews for the silver version you'll see that experience and opinion isn't mirrored there. I suppose it's possible their grey and silver pens were manufactured differently; likely at different times, at least. So this update is just to let everyone know the stylus has held up well for me.
1. Quality - the stylus is made of a strong metal and has a solid construction. I am frequently biting and dropping this thing and has yet to show a scratch. Also I have noticed a large amount of reviewers commenting about scratches on the screen. I thus far have not noticed any nor do expect to see them. I think that this may be an issue that occurs when using screen protectors which it may cause a scratch on but I don't see it causing scratches on the glass screen itself.
2. Accuracy - this is what brought me to buy the stylus in the first place and it hasn't disappointed me. With the see through plastic tip I found that I was able to write both smaller and neater. I also found that both my phone and my laptop respond to the stylus well. the only issue I did find was that during the calibration of my laptop I was unable to hit points in the far corners of the screen, but in terms of actual functionality and daily use I have not had any issues. Again I do not use screen protectors so I can not comment on that.
3. Replacement tips - the replacement tips are relatively cheap especially comparing it to the adonit jot classic and the main reason why I went with this stylus instead. At a fraction of the cost it is also more durable than the adonit and they have made the tip significantly harder for it to fall off accidentally. You also get an additional tip included with stylus where as with the adonit you only get one.
1. noise - the plastic tip makes sound when it touches the screen. Its similar to the tapping sound you would make if you tap your finger nail on the screen. The noise is an issue with both this pen and the Adonit classic, but Adonit has devised a dampening system with the Jot pro that helps reduce the sound. It does not bother me much but I can see it becoming in issue for some and is more noticeable when writing quickly
2. Comfort - I don't like way the pen feels in my hand. Of course its a personal preference but its something to take note of. I personally like pens that have a more uniform shape or that have a thicker back part that gets thinner towards the tip. this pen is the opposite with the tip being attached to the thickest part of the stylus. The stylus is also very light with most the weight in the front. the middle is hollow and the end is very light.
3. Style - though the stylus is good looking there is certain aspects I can do with out. To be more specifically you have to unscrew cap which also contains the tip to open the stylus. Then you have turn it around and screw it back on to the base. this is what leave the hollow center. Though this is defiantly much more secure I would much rather the traditional cap. there is also no Clip or way to clip the stylus on to something and find that the stylus is very susceptible to roll when placing it on uneven surfaces.
4. Use - The Musemee Notier Is designed for precision and accuracy and that it does well. But when navigating my computer or using apps like Netflix and so on I prefer the rubber tip stylus. If accuracy isn't your biggest concern look else where.
In short the Musemee Notier V2 is a great stylus for note taking or tasks focused on accuracy. After testing both this model and the Adonit Classic I actually prefered the Adonit but went with Musemee simply because the tips of the adonit are too costly and fragile. I think it really comes down to preference when comparing the two as they are both well made products.
In general everyday you do find myself using rubber tipped stylus more but when it comes to studying and writing notes this is the stylus I use.