5" EZ Grip Stylus for all iPad®, iPhone®, iPod®, Tablets, and SmartPhones - Black
    Product # 9729
    5" EZ Grip Stylus for all iPad®, iPhone®, iPod®, Tablets, and SmartPhones - Black
    Product # 9729
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    5" EZ Grip Stylus for all iPad®, iPhone®, iPod®, Tablets, and SmartPhones - Black

    Do you find it difficult to control your touch screen phone or tablet because your fingers are too big? Are you tired of wiping finger marks and smudges off your screen? Or do you just want more precise control of your touch screen device? If so, then this EZ Grip Stylus from Monoprice is exactly what you've been looking for!

    This stylus is made of solid aluminum, which gives a nice, solid feeling in your hand. The soft rubber tip is designed to glide smoothly over your touchscreen, whether it is bare or adorned with a screen protector. The tip is strengthened around the base, which provides support and ensures that the tip doesn't squash more than about the third at the end. This means that you will have more accurate screen manipulation then possible with a bare finger or other styluses, regardless of the amount of writing pressure used.

    6 Reviews

    66.67% of the reviewers recommend this product

    • Anonymous,
    •  Los Angeles, CA 
    • 6/2/2013 3:37:43 PM

    Pros: good tip, good weight, good price

    Cons: hex shape is uncomfortable

    Overall, it's a nice enough stylus. The 'edges' of the hex shape are uncomfortable. It's just large enough, and sharp enough to be noticeable. So, there's an automatic limit to how long I'm willing to use it. Still, I like that it has no clips or other bits hanging off of it. The tip has a nice balance of firmness/softness and grip/slip. It's almost good. If I had access to a lathe, I would just modify it...

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    Alignment issues

    • Redflagjason,
    •  Calgary, Alberta 
    • 2/11/2013 5:28:25 AM

    Pros: Price

    I didn't use it, but my wife said that the alignment wasn't as accurate as her bamboo stylus from wacom.

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    stylus works

    • Wordplay,
    •  Royersford, PA 
    • 2/1/2013 11:07:48 AM

    Pros: works reliably

    Cons: fat, squishy tip

    I didn't research styluses ... I added this one to my order for other iPad accessories. My experience with a stylus was the rigid thin one from the days of the Palm Pilot. I was surprised by the fat squishy tip of this stylus, but I understand (now) that it's necessary for the iPad touchscreen technology. It's a tad better than my fingertip since I can see better what I'm drawing. It works fine and seems well made. Seems to be holding up.

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    Best Stylus for the money. HANDS DOWN!

    • Chris S,
    •  Valley Village, CA 
    • 12/22/2012 8:20:32 AM

    Pros: Light
    Very Responsive Rubber Tip
    Easy to hold

    Cons: NONE

    I purchased this stylus after doing a lot of research online, reading reviews, talking to friends, etc. I wanted a stylus to use with my iPad, but didn't want to spend $15 or more. This stylus is easy to use, it is very responsive, and has a nice rubber tip on it. It does not feel cheap at all. It is such a good value I had to buy three more for family and friends. Do yourself a favor and try this stylus before wasting money on a "high quality" stylus from any other company for $15+ bucks.

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    It's OK

    • itouchpod,
    •  Redmond, WA 
    • 11/29/2012 8:34:33 AM

    Pros: inexpensive

    Cons: fat tip, squeaks against screen protector

    I bought this to practice drawing on my ipad. It works fine. The tip of the stylus is quite large, making it hard to draw fine lines or details because I can't see where I'm drawing. It is large because capacitive touch screen requires an area to activate. Later I bought another more expensive stylus elsewhere that has a transparent disc at the tip. In theory this allows for finer control but in practice there is a parallax problem due to the thickness of the glass and that I'm looking at the stylus tip and the screen at an angle. In the end, my most favorite stylus is my finger and I just have to zoom way in while drawing.

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