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Pinpoint X-Spring Precision Stylus & Pen

By: on April 26, 2017
$14.95
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X marks the stylus, and ink marks the spot. The Joy Factory's dual surface X-Spring Precision Stylus & Pen lets you waX poetic (or spew bullshit) from both ends. On the X side, a precision stylus writes and scrawls over touchscreens with a fine, non-skip tip that shows exactly where a mark is being made. The X-Spring allows for 180-degree writing versatility, going wide angle when you need to fill in forms and sign docs.

The flip side of the pen has a standard rollerball tip, albeit filled with a proprietary Joy Factory ink cartridge. A cap fits either end for clean, easy switching between the two. Get your X-Spring Precision for 57% off retail value for a limited time.

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