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Musemee Notier V2 Precision Stylus for Capacitance Touchscreen Devices (Black)

3.9 out of 5 stars 237 customer reviews
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  • Easy Replaceable Tips, Precision: The clear disc gives you the accurate point
  • Smooth Sliding Materials, Cap Design: Cap as part of pen body so you won't lose it.
  • Extremely Finest Tips With Clear Disc, Super Sensitive: Always conductive disc provide the super sensitivity.
  • Free Angle & Super Sensitive
  • Protected Cap Design
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Product Description

Musemee Notier V2 Stylus - The most precision stylus.

V2 Improvements:

  The clear disc gives you the accurate point.
  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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Technical Details

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 10 inches
Brand Name Musemee
Item model number Notier V2
Hardware Platform mac
Operating System iOS, Android, Windows...
Item Weight 0.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 5.5 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 5.51 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches
Color Black

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3.9 out of 5 stars 237 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,008 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight 1.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available October 17, 2013

Warranty & Support

Warranty, Labor:1 Year Limited Warranty We are confident you will experience excellence with your Musemee products. Should our products cease to function properly, we are pleased to offer a 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty on any of our products that contain electronic components. Manufacturer upgrades, or lost accessories, such as, equipment bags, are not covered by the 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty. Additionally, color change preferences, lost or stolen equipment, and discontinued products are not covered. For any of our products that contain electronic components, accidental damage, scratches, dings, or dents are not covered. The only costs you may be responsible for regarding warranty replacements include: Shipping & handling for the replacement product Postage for mailing back your old product Potential customs/brokerage fees for receiving the replacement product we ship to you (international customers only) Return Policy:You may return any new computer purchased from that is "dead on arrival," arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. reserves the right to test "dead on arrival" returns and impose a customer fee equal to 15 percent of the product sales price if the customer misrepresents the condition of the product. Any returned computer that is damaged through customer misuse, is missing parts, or is in unsellable condition due to customer tampering will result in the customer being charged a higher restocking fee based on the condition of the product. will not accept returns of any desktop or notebook computer more than 30 days after you receive the shipment. New, used, and refurbished products purchased from Marketplace vendors are subject to the returns policy of the individual vendor.


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I rarely proselytize about common tools like styli, but this is important. I've shown it to several like-minded friends and they were all impressed (one actually ordered one on the spot!), so hopefully you will be too.

Some quirks:
* The plastic disc. Don't take it off, it's part of the tip. I haven't had to replace the tip yet, but I'm guessing the conductive component is a wire or something and the disc is there (1) to stabilize it and (2) so you can see more or less where it's making contact with the screen. It's weird but it works.

* The grip. There isn't one. That alone is why I can only give it 4 stars. It's not hard to buy pen grips from the office supply store down the road, and it looks nicer without one, but I'd rather have a pen--er, stylus--that doesn't slip out of my sweaty hands.

* You'll need to periodically clean off the disc and your screen. I can't speak to the matter of scratching the glass because I have a screen protector, but I have noticed when I've been scribbling a while it snags a bit. No fancy chemicals needed, just a soft cloth should do the trick. (I also run my fingernail across the disc to check for tiny rough spots.)

Some awesomeness:
* While the business end is a little fragile on account of that disc-thingy, the back end is hollow. Why would they do that? Well, so you can unscrew it at the middle, flip the writing half around, put the disc end into the hollow half, and screw it back together. Genius.

* Its weight and balance are unparalleled. No stubby kindergarten styli here! This feels exactly like a pen and rests against the crook of your hand exactly where it's supposed to.

* The price ($15 at the time I ordered) cannot be beat.
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I don't like writing negative reviews, however if I can help someone look a little longer when they are shopping for items I will. This stylus looked great when it arrived, it was not cheap looking and had a nice grip. I immediately wanted to try it out on my samsung tablet.

Upon use, I noticed the stylus wasn't consistent and what I mean by that is, when I drew a straight line the second or third line was wiggly. I wanted to give this product a fair chance, so I tried to see if it would straighten itself out but it just didn't. When I tried to draw a circle, it looked like a half circle. At this point I knew it was just too much, because I have been drawing with my finger and even my short stubby fingers could draw a circle.

Sadly I had to return the stylus and I'm currently looking for a decent one that does what it's supposed to be capable of doing.

I'm not a picky person nor someone expecting this product to write for itself, I just wanted something that could draw a straight line and write letters.
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I'm back in college for another degree, after deciding that I desperately needed a career change. I decided from the get-go that I would attempt to use my iPad for all of my note-taking needs, and while it took some getting used to in the beginning, I've become a solid convert over the past couple of years. Seriously, two full-time years of notes at my fingertips any time I need them? It's so convenient, and when classmates ask me to share my notes, it's ridiculously easy to just shoot the notes in an email directly from my iPad.

But, I digress. If you're going to be taking handwritten notes on an iPad, the first thing you need (after a good note-taking app) is a good stylus. For handwriting, I'm a big fan of a stylus with a precision tip; there are some instances in which a rubber or microfiber tip is a better choice for a particular writing task, but 95% of the time, I reach for a precision stylus. Before purchasing the Notier V2, I was using the Adonit Jot stylus, which I thought was the best stylus around. The main problem I had with the Jot was the fact that replacement tips (which I found myself needing quite often) cost more than I wanted to pay... but I really had no choice if I wanted a functional stylus. The Notier comes with extra tips right off the bat, and purchasing additional replacement tips is considerably less expensive than with the Jot.

Another turnoff I found with the Jot was the noisy "tap, tap, tap" on the iPad screen as I furiously kept up with lectures. (I know that a lot of people prefer typing over handwriting, but I find that I retain information a LOT better when I physically write each word; plus, I like to draw pictures!
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UPDATE: Jan 11, 2015

I used this product for about 8 months and ended up going back to my Wacom Duo. The Musemee was a good stylus, and I still think the 4 star rating is accurate (though I think 3 stars would be appropriate in light of this update), but in the end the tapping noise was too loud, and the control of the stylus was still not good enough. At this point, I don't think there are any good options for iPad owners. I had a Galaxy note phone with a Wacom Digital stulys with 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, and that was better. Still, that did not replace the pen-on-paper writing experience. Musemee has done a good job, but the loud noise, lack of pen clip, and difficult control left me looking back to my Wacom Due capacitive stylus.

Prior Review from Jan, 2014:

I bought the Adonit Jot before I bought the Musemee Notier V2. I went with the Jot because it had an ink pen and a pen clip. You can read my review of the Adonit Jot Flip (at the link at the bottom of this review) and why I sent it back in favor of the Musemee Notier V2.

The Notier V2 writes amazingly well, in fact, I would say you get an experience that is 95% the same as the pen-on-paper writing feel. The Notier has very good weight and feel in your hand, and the tip has an almost complete range of motion. It's really an incredible stylus and I heartily recommend it.

The only gripe I have with it is that it has no clip. I don't own any other pens without clips. This seems odd. I assume they were going for the sleek look and perfect weighting, but I would really like a clip so I can put it in my jacket, my pocket, or clip it to my iPad case. As it is, it easily slips out.
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