LunaTik Alloy Touch Pen - 0.7 mm Roller Ball Pen + Stylus - Red Body

LunaTik Alloy Touch Pen - 0.7 mm Roller Ball Pen + Stylus - Red Body

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In a world where we express ideas on both paper and touch screens, we need writing instruments for each medium. Or how about just one instrument that handles both? The LunaTik Touch Pen is both a stylus and a roller ball pen, and switches between the two with the click of a button. Use the stylus to sketch on your touchscreen, and rest assured that the roller ball pen tip is securely retracted to prevent screen damage, thanks to LunaTik's careful construction. To switch to working on paper, simply click the top button to extend the roller ball pen and start writing.

The stylus tip is made of capacitive rubber and the clip is steel. In the Alloy series, the rest of the body is constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum. The pen comes with a 0.7 mm ceramic roller ball black ink cartridge, and accepts standard roller ball refills.

This is the red body pen, although some photos feature the silver body pen.

Pen dimensions: 6 inches long, 0.4 inches diameter (15.3 cm long, 1.0 cm diameter)

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December 18, 2012
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I've purchased several capacitive stylus pen combinations and I always felt they were lacking in one way or another. The design of this one is excellent. This transfers from a stylus to a pen with one click. No caps to remove and lose. You don't have to flip between opposite ends to use for different purposes. It also is a normal sized pen when so many others are tiny and seemingly not intended for regular use. It is also nice that the capacitive stylus is not on the same end as the clip which would make it uncomfortable to use. I have to say that I really prefer the aluminum alloy over the less expensive plastic version, but you may disagree depending on your preferences. I use this with my note taking app on my iPad regularly.

At this point I can't say how this item holds up over time, but it seems very well constructed and I have high hopes. My dream pen/capacitive stylus combo has options for more than one color ink plus an easy and comfortable to use capacitive stylus. In the meantime, I have settled on using two of the alloy lunatics with different color ink.
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