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Lynktec TruGlide Mesh Fiber Stylus with Microfiber Knit Tip for All Capacitive Touch Screen Tablets, iPad, and Smartphone (Black with Gold Clip)

This tablet stylus features a patented conductive fiber tip that glides smoothly across touchscreens and won’t stick or skip like a rubber tipped stylus. Its durable tip is ideal for writing, drawing, texting, gaming, and navigating, and the pocket clip makes it easy to carry your stylus on the go.

Product Features

  • Capacitive Stylus Tip Glides Smoothly for a Natural Feel
  • Small, Precise Stylus Tip Great for Writing, Drawing, and Playing Games
  • Conductive Fiber Tip is More Durable and Longer Lasting than a Rubber Tip Stylus
  • Touch Screen Stylus Works with All iPads, iPhones, Android Devices, Smartphones and Tablets
  • Clip onto Pocket or Case to Carry with Device

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2 Responses to Lynktec TruGlide Mesh Fiber Stylus with Microfiber Knit Tip for All Capacitive Touch Screen Tablets, iPad, and Smartphone (Black with Gold Clip)

  1. Brad Dad of BBB says:

    Stylus that lasts Ive used a number of different brands of styli over the last two years, and until the TruGlide I always liked the rubber tipped styli best. The problem is that I take a LOT of notes, and most brands would only last me 45 to 60 days before the tip starts to get loose or the rubber starts to melt onto my iPad. As a result, ive gotten into the habit of buying 2 or 3 styli at a time. The TruGlide has been different – after 90 days I’m still on the first of the 3 I bought, and it’s showing no…

  2. batman (I am) says:

    Truglide is the smoothest, accurate & conductive stylus I’ve ever used. I’ve purchased a total of 4 of these, the last June, 2014 in black/gold. A bit of background, the first one a bought, don’t remember the date – probably early 2014, was blue and Lynktec’s original Truglide Stylus i.e. it was a mesh tip but, there wasn’t an inner rubber core.This Stylus worked great and still does with the exception that the mesh had started to fray, like a Brillo pad, with very fine “hairs” sticking out in all directions. This wasn’t an issue in terms of screen…

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