Monteverde Poquito Ballpoint Pen + Stylus - 0.7 mm - Black Body - Black Ink

Monteverde Poquito Ballpoint Pen + Stylus - 0.7 mm - Black Body - Black Ink

4.0 (2 reviews)
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Convenience is key with the Monteverde Poquito ballpoint pen with capacitive stylus. A mere 4.1 inches (10.3 cm) in length, it's probably shorter than your smartphone and stows easily with your phone or memo pad. In addition to portability, this pen offers dual functionality, with a ballpoint pen and capacitive stylus. The soft rubber stylus achieves high responsiveness on touch screens including smartphones, tablets, GPS navigators, and so on. It's great when you don't want to mar your screen surface with fingerprints, or on those cold winter days when you don't want to shed your gloves just to send a text. You'll find yourself using this practical pen-stylus all the time once you start carrying it around.

Dimensions: 4.1 inches length, 0.3 inches diameter (10.3 cm length, 0.7 cm diameter)

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There are some very good...
January 10, 2013
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There are some very good things about this pen and some things that I feel need to be improved.
Pros: The pen is small and lightweight, yet sturdy and writes well. There was no "priming" by scratching a piece of paper with it for ages; it wrote perfectly right out of the package. I am usually disappointed by such small pens, but it was just thick and long enough for me to write with (albeit I have small hands). The twist function will not open by itself, and has a smooth action to it.
Cons: The clip, the stylus, and the price are my main gripes. The clip is extremely tight, perhaps due to its small size. It actually tore a couple stitches in my jeans pocket when I removed it slowly. I need a more pocket-friendly clip for an EDC pen like this one. The capacitive stylus is a mixed package. You have to apply ample pressure in order for the screen sensors to activate - it doesn't work on a light touch like with your fingers. Sliding and drawing things on a screen is fine, but tapping things requires way too much force to be practical. I wound up being less accurate than when using my fingers due to the stabbing required to use the stylus. Finally, at $10, I think it is too expensive considering its flawed functionality. Yes, the construction is excellent, but the poor clip and stylus defeat its purpose: an EDC pen which can double as a stylus for your capacitive touch screen devices.
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Great little stylus -...
March 18, 2015
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Great little stylus - pen is about 50% shorter and smaller than a standard pen. Writes well and is a great stylus.