• Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
  • Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
  • Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
  • Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
  • Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
  • Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
  • Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum

Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo CS110K - Dual Purpose Stylus Digital Pen and Inking Pen for Apple, Android or Graphic Tablets - Black with Brushed Aluminum

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  • Exchangeable responsive smooth nib/ pen tip for best pen-on-screen feeling; Weight-balanced design to feel right in your hand
  • Great experiences to use with iPad or iPhone, or Bamboo or most other tablets and mobile phones with a touch screen for sketching, drawing or writing
  • Polished anodized-aluminum body and Soft-touch finish, offers an attractive look and enables a comfortable hold
  • Soft rubber rings for a smooth fit of the cap on both tip ends
  • Doubles as a ball-point Pen for writing capability on paper

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Bought a counterfeit product Purchased the Bamboo Duo Stylus Pen for the iPad. When I received it and put the end cap on the pen it was very loose to the point it would wiggle while using the sylus and fall off, not to mention that it will not hold together when it is placed in a shirt pocket. It did this on either end of the stylus. I contacted technical support at Wacom who indicated that the cap should screw into the end of the pen. Mine did not. They informed me that the pen is a counterfeit and that they will replace the stylus at no cost to me. At least there are still some good and honest companies.Thank you Wacom!Amazon stop using this vendor! 1I think it's great. So does my 11 year old son. My son got this pen as a gift after he got an iPad mini for his birthday. He can't stop using it. He uses it to paint, to play games, even to write on the iPad. It's also great for him because he now always knows where to find a pen as well (instead of asking me for one). I think this is the best thing for a youngster with an iPad.Given how much he used it, I bought one for myself. I don't use it quite as much as he does since I mostly read the news, e-mail, etc on my iPad. However, I have used it to take notes on the 'Bamboo' app. Another app that works nicely with the pen is 'Paper' which is good for drawing and painting. Sometimes, when taking notes, it may skip a bit but mostly it works fine. The pen is also good quality and works well.One thing is that, at first, I thought the nib was too soft for writing but actually that is the best way for it to work. I guess the iPad screen is meant for a finger so the nib needs to mimic the finger to work best. I actually tried the harder nib once but they don't work as well as you need to actually push harder to make the hard nibs work. I would recommend sticking to the soft nibs. Overall, great product for the iPad...especially for kids. 5An elegant weapon from a more civilized age I've tried a lot of different styli - this is my new/forever favorite. It's expensive, but if you appreciate something with some heft to it and can accurately fly around the iPad screen, this is the way to go. My writing and sketching abilities have drastically improved with this tool. It is thinner than I expected, and it was a welcome surprise. The nib is smaller than most I've seen, and you don't have to apply a lot of pressure to get it moving. The rubber nib doesn't stick like some I've used - it just does what I need it to. The pen side is a nice addition. The tip is a bit fine for my taste, but it's by no means a deal-breaker.If I ever lose this, I will buy another. 5Great stylus. As an academic Great stylus. As an academic, I am using this daily for marking up PDFs on my ipad. If you have an older ipad (pre Apple pencil) than I can heartily recommend this stylus. After years of use the tip wore off and had to be replaced, but the stylus is otherwise just the right lenght, lays comfortably in the hand. Not sure why only one side is covered at a time but I did not find that as bothersome as initially expected.I review often and carefully choose the star rating in an unbiased manner. Star ratings are earned, never given.1 Star: Stay away! The product is either of extremely low quality, was poorly or even deceivingly described, or parts of the product details or description do not match up with reality. I suggest not to buy the product as your money can be better used elsewhere.2 Star: Well under expectations. The product is not completely worthless, but does not live up to the expectation a normal user would have given its price and description. Again, I would suggest you can find better value for your hard earned cash.3 Star: Neutral. Largely met the product description and details but I would not order the product again. Some particular features, its design or looks, or the price may make this somewhat attractive, but overall I would still not recommend this to my friends.4 Star: Nice product. All my expectations were consistently met. Good quality, and you get what you are looking for given the description. It's a thumbs up without the enthusiastic smile. Good product, but not stellar in any way.5 Star: Outstanding product. All my expectations given the product description were met and in part exceeded. Unreserved recommendation for a well-made product. This would be the kind of product I would recommend to friends putting my reputation as a honest and well-meaning recommender on the line. 5So worth the money I have used a lot of styluses and this is light years ahead of the others (Belkin, Targus, etc...). I find the tip to write much more finely and be more responsive. Mine gets heavy use taking notes and after 6 months still have not needed to change the tip (which seems easy to do). And the ink pen has become a favorite as well which was a bit of a surprise.Tips - I use it with GoodNotes which is my favorite of the handwriting apps (in addition to the notes I take with the stylus / app I have even used it for crude drawings for children's books for my little ones and letting them draw pictures on long flights - although I'm sure there are much better art programs out there). Also use it to flip slides in Conference Pad (an amazing program that lets you display a presentation on several iPads and control it from one - use it in client meetings). 5the perfect device for me received this on feb.10th. replaced the original nib with a firm nib. it takes about 7-10 days for a firm nib to reach its optimal firmness. after that ur good for who knows how long. i m writing this review on apr.19th. and as of this time i am still on my 1st nib. that doesn't seem like something u can attribute to the design of the stylus, but i beg to differ. the length of the stylus is just right to prevent the nib from being smashed when clipped to a shirt or pants pocket... well, MY shirt or pants pocket. very durable construction. i have dropped this so many times i have lost count. but i would venture a guess of at least once a day(at least!), every day, somehow i manage to drop it. standing, sitting, walking. it has been dropped on concrete, carpet, tile, hard wood flooring, even asphalt with barely a scratch. being a lefty, i hold a pen, or pencil awkwardly. and i find it very hard to use a pencil or pen that is too short. this guy is just long enough to not be uncomfortable when using the ink pen. i don't use it often.. some days not at all. but when i have, it has performed to my satisfaction. the cap sits firmly on either end. never worried about it coming off. Now, having said all that. Here's what i have to look out for with the one i received... When removing or replacing the cap to use the pen. Both ends(pen&nib) like to unscrew if i try to twist the cap off in an anti clockwise direction. the cap does not have to be twisted off, it just seems to come naturally to want to twist to asst. in the removing of the cap. i have been able to teach myself to twist in a clockwise direction though, and that helps relieve the issue. u may or may not find the same problem. my only other concern is with the pocket clip. it is kept in place by a small cap that u can unscrew to allow u to remove the clip if u so choose. nice little extra feature they throw in for u. but u gotta keep an eye on that cap. it will sometimes get a little loose. and i m sure it would be an effort in futility trying to locate it once it comes off.other than that, this is a top notch device. i would recommend this item. 5Doesn't measure up IMO Not being familiar with Wacom products, I bought this stylus based on reviews from other Bamboo styli. Unfortunately, it was a disappointment.Pros: The nib size is smaller than average giving greater accuracy The length is just right for larger hands to hold on to it It looks nice and professionalCons: The iPad screen wouldn't recognize the touch of the stylus unless the nib was really pushed onto the screen which makes it squish and deform. Because the nib is very soft and the amount of pressure required to make it work, it squishes and sticks to the screen. The cap is only held on by the compression of rubber gaskets around the barrel. Because of this, the cap is always loose and sloppy while using the pen. They should've made it to snap on like a normal pen cap on a nice pen. The cap comes off so easily that you can't trust it to hold onto the stylus when clipping it to something.Sorry Wacom, perhaps your other styli are made with better quality and attention to detail but this stylus really doesn't measure up to expectations derived from the reviews of your other products.I would consider another product if you're looking for a dual purpose stylus 2Wacom quality in a touchscreen stylus, nibs can be replaced; don't scratch it though; and BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I bought a new Bamboo Duo stylus as I'm really pleased with my plain Bamboo Solo Stylus (CS100K). The replaceable soft nibs (and, now, firm nibs for a little more money) are a plus, if you are hard on your stylii.I've had compliments and inquiries on my YouTube Android OS tutorials about the Bamboo Solo. The Duo stylus is about 1/2" longer than the Solo (the cap is longer), so a little more comfortable in the hand. Both stylii have some heft to them (made of brass, apparently), making them comfortable to use. The pocket clip can be removed from both of them making them more comfortable to pick up and hold. The Duo stylus is just as comfortable and nicely finished as the Solo. The pen cap snaps firmly into place over the pen, and the cap sits snug on the stylus end as well (no snap, just a strong fit from the rubber O-ring). (YES, the cap stays put. If you've read reviews that complain about the cap, watch my video all the way through.)Some complain about the nibs, but I'm happy with them. Kept clean, they slide smoothly across my Android and iOS device screens (some with screen protectors). The soft nib smushes pretty well, but the shape of the tip under the nib keeps it in contact with the screen. (Cheaper stylii have foam under the nib, so they can compress all the way to the metal sleeve on the barrel.) The tip actually extends out of the collar, so the nib should not compress all the way to the sleeve.It helps if your screen, and your nib, are clean.Now the bad news.Since purchasing it less than 9 months ago, the Solo received a hairline scratch while in a pocket, and the black finish started flaking off when I rubbed it with a fingernail. Disappointing from something you want to feel good in your hand, and only bought a few months eariler ... Wacom has replaced it under warranty, though! Worth considering when you're choosing between a cheap stylus and this stylus... who's got a warranty to back up their product quality?Now the really bad news.I've read some reviews from buyers who've determined that their Bamboos Duos are counterfeit, and many more reviews from unhappy customers with complaints that indicate their stylus is a counterfeit as well. (E.g. "Pen cap comes off easily," "rubber nib broke after a few days," "pen clip was bent right out of the box.") In my case, Wacom replaced my counterfeit with a genuine product under RMA (after seeing pics of the counterfeit). Watch my video review for a comparison of the two. If you have questions about the quality of Bamboo stylus, contact Amazon, or Wacom directly via their Support page. Take good photos of your suspected counterfeit Bamboo stylus.In addition to the video review, I've added pics to the product gallery. Take a look at those for more detail views.* If this review has been helpful to you, please click YES so other unhappy buyers can be alerted to the problem. Thanks! * 4The REAL Bamboo Duo Stylus is the gold standard I've purchased dozens of different kinds of stylus tools since the debut of the iPad in 2010.That includes the newer "active", powered ones that use batteries and sometimes bluetooth.It includes the Adonit Jot and Musemee types with the clear plastic disc on the end (and BTW, the Musemee is a terrific, accurate stylus, much better than its competitors in that class).I write hundreds of words a day in the iPad, instead of on paper. I use NoteShelf as my favorite note taking app, and I have thousands of pages across dozens of journals in the past 3 years or so.The Bamboo stylus is the gold standard (except if you get a fake, unfortunately, as many people have, based on these reviews).You can replace tips (nibs) and they come in two varieties: standard (relatively soft tip) and firm (not as "squishy").This particular version, the original DUO, has both tip and pen, and is so well put together, that it became my primary and really ONLY writing tool to carry every day.Then I lost it.GRRR.I had a back up of the original without a pen, so I used that and went in search of a new one.I found out there was a new, thinner model, and bought it. The V2 Duo. It's not so good by my heavy usage standards. The narrower tip is slightly less responsive and the stylus itself is not as well weighted or detailed (clip quality, removable clip, etc.). It's less costly, but I think the original version is worth the money (as long as you don't get ripped off by the fakers!).So, then I tried buying one direct from Best Buy and even Wacom. But I couldn't find the original version DUO any more, just the newer, narrow one.So I found a USED duo here on amazon. And it turned out to be a fake. I wrote the seller, documenting the differences (see photos I uploaded here on this product page) and he apologized and refunded my money immediately.Finally, even though this thread is full of warnings about the fake, I wanted THIS stylus again, this best writing tool, so I took a chance and ordered new from BidDeal, here on this page.It came today, ahead of promised timing. And it is the real Bamboo.I couldn't be happier. The real deal is a stylus you can use pretty much forever. Buy extra nibs (be sure to get the original 5mm version of std or firm, not the smaller 4mm for the new skinny version). And keep the nibs handy.If you want to hand-write in a tablet that requires a capacitive stylus, this is the most solid, least "fidgety", most dependable and long time usable (high quality replacement nibs) available today. I wish they hadn't changed it to the narrower version, but I'm real glad to have this version again.Happily writing on with PEN + STYLUS in pocket again... 5Manufacturer responded after two requests regarding lost clip and screw cap Within the first week of use, the clip and screw cap fell off the cap on the pen and were lost. I wrote to the manufacturer about replacing the screw and clip and received no response. The item is expensive enough that I expected a response and help. After my less than happy review on Amazon, the manufacturer responded to my second email and informed me that the warranty did not cover the lost screw and clip; however, it agreed to send me the replacements as a courtesy. When the package arrived, it only contained the clip, which is useless without the screw cap. I emailed again, and they said they would send the cap.I use this everyday, and it is good to have the pen and stylus in one. Just keep an eye on the screw cap to make sure that it is tight. Otherwise, you may lose them if using it in a public place. 4
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Bought a counterfeit product Purchased the Bamboo Duo Stylus Pen for the iPad. When I received it and put the end cap on the pen it was very loose to the point it would wiggle while using the sylus and fall off, not to mention that it will not hold together when it is placed in a shirt pocket. It did this on either end of the stylus. I contacted technical support at Wacom who indicated that the cap should screw into the end of the pen. Mine did not. They informed me that the pen is a counterfeit and that they will replace the stylus at no cost to me. At least there are still some good and honest companies.Thank you Wacom!Amazon stop using this vendor! 1I think it's great. So does my 11 year old son. My son got this pen as a gift after he got an iPad mini for his birthday. He can't stop using it. He uses it to paint, to play games, even to write on the iPad. It's also great for him because he now always knows where to find a pen as well (instead of asking me for one). I think this is the best thing for a youngster with an iPad.Given how much he used it, I bought one for myself. I don't use it quite as much as he does since I mostly read the news, e-mail, etc on my iPad. However, I have used it to take notes on the 'Bamboo' app. Another app that works nicely with the pen is 'Paper' which is good for drawing and painting. Sometimes, when taking notes, it may skip a bit but mostly it works fine. The pen is also good quality and works well.One thing is that, at first, I thought the nib was too soft for writing but actually that is the best way for it to work. I guess the iPad screen is meant for a finger so the nib needs to mimic the finger to work best. I actually tried the harder nib once but they don't work as well as you need to actually push harder to make the hard nibs work. I would recommend sticking to the soft nibs. Overall, great product for the iPad...especially for kids. 5An elegant weapon from a more civilized age I've tried a lot of different styli - this is my new/forever favorite. It's expensive, but if you appreciate something with some heft to it and can accurately fly around the iPad screen, this is the way to go. My writing and sketching abilities have drastically improved with this tool. It is thinner than I expected, and it was a welcome surprise. The nib is smaller than most I've seen, and you don't have to apply a lot of pressure to get it moving. The rubber nib doesn't stick like some I've used - it just does what I need it to. The pen side is a nice addition. The tip is a bit fine for my taste, but it's by no means a deal-breaker.If I ever lose this, I will buy another. 5Great stylus. As an academic Great stylus. As an academic, I am using this daily for marking up PDFs on my ipad. If you have an older ipad (pre Apple pencil) than I can heartily recommend this stylus. After years of use the tip wore off and had to be replaced, but the stylus is otherwise just the right lenght, lays comfortably in the hand. Not sure why only one side is covered at a time but I did not find that as bothersome as initially expected.I review often and carefully choose the star rating in an unbiased manner. Star ratings are earned, never given.1 Star: Stay away! The product is either of extremely low quality, was poorly or even deceivingly described, or parts of the product details or description do not match up with reality. I suggest not to buy the product as your money can be better used elsewhere.2 Star: Well under expectations. The product is not completely worthless, but does not live up to the expectation a normal user would have given its price and description. Again, I would suggest you can find better value for your hard earned cash.3 Star: Neutral. Largely met the product description and details but I would not order the product again. Some particular features, its design or looks, or the price may make this somewhat attractive, but overall I would still not recommend this to my friends.4 Star: Nice product. All my expectations were consistently met. Good quality, and you get what you are looking for given the description. It's a thumbs up without the enthusiastic smile. Good product, but not stellar in any way.5 Star: Outstanding product. All my expectations given the product description were met and in part exceeded. Unreserved recommendation for a well-made product. This would be the kind of product I would recommend to friends putting my reputation as a honest and well-meaning recommender on the line. 5So worth the money I have used a lot of styluses and this is light years ahead of the others (Belkin, Targus, etc...). I find the tip to write much more finely and be more responsive. Mine gets heavy use taking notes and after 6 months still have not needed to change the tip (which seems easy to do). And the ink pen has become a favorite as well which was a bit of a surprise.Tips - I use it with GoodNotes which is my favorite of the handwriting apps (in addition to the notes I take with the stylus / app I have even used it for crude drawings for children's books for my little ones and letting them draw pictures on long flights - although I'm sure there are much better art programs out there). Also use it to flip slides in Conference Pad (an amazing program that lets you display a presentation on several iPads and control it from one - use it in client meetings). 5the perfect device for me received this on feb.10th. replaced the original nib with a firm nib. it takes about 7-10 days for a firm nib to reach its optimal firmness. after that ur good for who knows how long. i m writing this review on apr.19th. and as of this time i am still on my 1st nib. that doesn't seem like something u can attribute to the design of the stylus, but i beg to differ. the length of the stylus is just right to prevent the nib from being smashed when clipped to a shirt or pants pocket... well, MY shirt or pants pocket. very durable construction. i have dropped this so many times i have lost count. but i would venture a guess of at least once a day(at least!), every day, somehow i manage to drop it. standing, sitting, walking. it has been dropped on concrete, carpet, tile, hard wood flooring, even asphalt with barely a scratch. being a lefty, i hold a pen, or pencil awkwardly. and i find it very hard to use a pencil or pen that is too short. this guy is just long enough to not be uncomfortable when using the ink pen. i don't use it often.. some days not at all. but when i have, it has performed to my satisfaction. the cap sits firmly on either end. never worried about it coming off. Now, having said all that. Here's what i have to look out for with the one i received... When removing or replacing the cap to use the pen. Both ends(pen&nib) like to unscrew if i try to twist the cap off in an anti clockwise direction. the cap does not have to be twisted off, it just seems to come naturally to want to twist to asst. in the removing of the cap. i have been able to teach myself to twist in a clockwise direction though, and that helps relieve the issue. u may or may not find the same problem. my only other concern is with the pocket clip. it is kept in place by a small cap that u can unscrew to allow u to remove the clip if u so choose. nice little extra feature they throw in for u. but u gotta keep an eye on that cap. it will sometimes get a little loose. and i m sure it would be an effort in futility trying to locate it once it comes off.other than that, this is a top notch device. i would recommend this item. 5Doesn't measure up IMO Not being familiar with Wacom products, I bought this stylus based on reviews from other Bamboo styli. Unfortunately, it was a disappointment.Pros: The nib size is smaller than average giving greater accuracy The length is just right for larger hands to hold on to it It looks nice and professionalCons: The iPad screen wouldn't recognize the touch of the stylus unless the nib was really pushed onto the screen which makes it squish and deform. Because the nib is very soft and the amount of pressure required to make it work, it squishes and sticks to the screen. The cap is only held on by the compression of rubber gaskets around the barrel. Because of this, the cap is always loose and sloppy while using the pen. They should've made it to snap on like a normal pen cap on a nice pen. The cap comes off so easily that you can't trust it to hold onto the stylus when clipping it to something.Sorry Wacom, perhaps your other styli are made with better quality and attention to detail but this stylus really doesn't measure up to expectations derived from the reviews of your other products.I would consider another product if you're looking for a dual purpose stylus 2Wacom quality in a touchscreen stylus, nibs can be replaced; don't scratch it though; and BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I bought a new Bamboo Duo stylus as I'm really pleased with my plain Bamboo Solo Stylus (CS100K). The replaceable soft nibs (and, now, firm nibs for a little more money) are a plus, if you are hard on your stylii.I've had compliments and inquiries on my YouTube Android OS tutorials about the Bamboo Solo. The Duo stylus is about 1/2" longer than the Solo (the cap is longer), so a little more comfortable in the hand. Both stylii have some heft to them (made of brass, apparently), making them comfortable to use. The pocket clip can be removed from both of them making them more comfortable to pick up and hold. The Duo stylus is just as comfortable and nicely finished as the Solo. The pen cap snaps firmly into place over the pen, and the cap sits snug on the stylus end as well (no snap, just a strong fit from the rubber O-ring). (YES, the cap stays put. If you've read reviews that complain about the cap, watch my video all the way through.)Some complain about the nibs, but I'm happy with them. Kept clean, they slide smoothly across my Android and iOS device screens (some with screen protectors). The soft nib smushes pretty well, but the shape of the tip under the nib keeps it in contact with the screen. (Cheaper stylii have foam under the nib, so they can compress all the way to the metal sleeve on the barrel.) The tip actually extends out of the collar, so the nib should not compress all the way to the sleeve.It helps if your screen, and your nib, are clean.Now the bad news.Since purchasing it less than 9 months ago, the Solo received a hairline scratch while in a pocket, and the black finish started flaking off when I rubbed it with a fingernail. Disappointing from something you want to feel good in your hand, and only bought a few months eariler ... Wacom has replaced it under warranty, though! Worth considering when you're choosing between a cheap stylus and this stylus... who's got a warranty to back up their product quality?Now the really bad news.I've read some reviews from buyers who've determined that their Bamboos Duos are counterfeit, and many more reviews from unhappy customers with complaints that indicate their stylus is a counterfeit as well. (E.g. "Pen cap comes off easily," "rubber nib broke after a few days," "pen clip was bent right out of the box.") In my case, Wacom replaced my counterfeit with a genuine product under RMA (after seeing pics of the counterfeit). Watch my video review for a comparison of the two. If you have questions about the quality of Bamboo stylus, contact Amazon, or Wacom directly via their Support page. Take good photos of your suspected counterfeit Bamboo stylus.In addition to the video review, I've added pics to the product gallery. Take a look at those for more detail views.* If this review has been helpful to you, please click YES so other unhappy buyers can be alerted to the problem. Thanks! * 4The REAL Bamboo Duo Stylus is the gold standard I've purchased dozens of different kinds of stylus tools since the debut of the iPad in 2010.That includes the newer "active", powered ones that use batteries and sometimes bluetooth.It includes the Adonit Jot and Musemee types with the clear plastic disc on the end (and BTW, the Musemee is a terrific, accurate stylus, much better than its competitors in that class).I write hundreds of words a day in the iPad, instead of on paper. I use NoteShelf as my favorite note taking app, and I have thousands of pages across dozens of journals in the past 3 years or so.The Bamboo stylus is the gold standard (except if you get a fake, unfortunately, as many people have, based on these reviews).You can replace tips (nibs) and they come in two varieties: standard (relatively soft tip) and firm (not as "squishy").This particular version, the original DUO, has both tip and pen, and is so well put together, that it became my primary and really ONLY writing tool to carry every day.Then I lost it.GRRR.I had a back up of the original without a pen, so I used that and went in search of a new one.I found out there was a new, thinner model, and bought it. The V2 Duo. It's not so good by my heavy usage standards. The narrower tip is slightly less responsive and the stylus itself is not as well weighted or detailed (clip quality, removable clip, etc.). It's less costly, but I think the original version is worth the money (as long as you don't get ripped off by the fakers!).So, then I tried buying one direct from Best Buy and even Wacom. But I couldn't find the original version DUO any more, just the newer, narrow one.So I found a USED duo here on amazon. And it turned out to be a fake. I wrote the seller, documenting the differences (see photos I uploaded here on this product page) and he apologized and refunded my money immediately.Finally, even though this thread is full of warnings about the fake, I wanted THIS stylus again, this best writing tool, so I took a chance and ordered new from BidDeal, here on this page.It came today, ahead of promised timing. And it is the real Bamboo.I couldn't be happier. The real deal is a stylus you can use pretty much forever. Buy extra nibs (be sure to get the original 5mm version of std or firm, not the smaller 4mm for the new skinny version). And keep the nibs handy.If you want to hand-write in a tablet that requires a capacitive stylus, this is the most solid, least "fidgety", most dependable and long time usable (high quality replacement nibs) available today. I wish they hadn't changed it to the narrower version, but I'm real glad to have this version again.Happily writing on with PEN + STYLUS in pocket again... 5Manufacturer responded after two requests regarding lost clip and screw cap Within the first week of use, the clip and screw cap fell off the cap on the pen and were lost. I wrote to the manufacturer about replacing the screw and clip and received no response. The item is expensive enough that I expected a response and help. After my less than happy review on Amazon, the manufacturer responded to my second email and informed me that the warranty did not cover the lost screw and clip; however, it agreed to send me the replacements as a courtesy. When the package arrived, it only contained the clip, which is useless without the screw cap. I emailed again, and they said they would send the cap.I use this everyday, and it is good to have the pen and stylus in one. Just keep an eye on the screw cap to make sure that it is tight. Otherwise, you may lose them if using it in a public place. 4
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