Adonit Jot Pro Fine Point Stylus for iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPhone, & Kindle Fire - Silver
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- Fine Point Stylus: The fine tip gives you accuracy that rubber nibs can't. The precision disc lets you see exactly where your mark is being made. Jot is the most precise stylus on the market
- Magnetic Cling: Jot Pro magnetically attaches to your tablet for storage and transport. *iPad 2 and New iPad only
- Rubber Grip: For more command and comfort
- Touchscreen compatible: Works with iPad, iPhone, and iOS Devices.
- Compatible with Samsung Galaxy S 5, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, HTC One M8, LG G3, Google Nexus 5, Google Nexus 6, Motorola Moto X, most Android Phones and Windows Phones.
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Simply put, Jot Pro is the best stylus for iPad. The sound dampening tip simulates natural pen and paper contact for a smoother and quieter stroke. The rubber grip provides comfort while the sleek brushed aluminum and steel shines in all four colors. To top it off, it magnetically attaches to your iPad for storage and transport. Jot Pro is the new standard.
Top Customer Reviews
It was fine at first, but just the last few days it stopped working. I googled troubleshooting advice for this issue, and found that a lot of others experienced the same thing. Some of them resolved it by cleaning the tip. Some by removing the tip and blowing out dust from the socket connecting the tip to the handle. Some placed foil inside the tip (I tried this and it didn't work. Not sure if I put enough in, or did it the right way) in order to facilitate connectivity between the tip and the handle. The best experiences people had were when they added thermal conductivity paste in between the tip and the handle. This is a product that some people use when building/repairing computers to help them avoid overheating. Of course I have no such thing at home and wasn't going to spend money on a 'maybe'. So I googled home alternatives to the commercial paste, and I found that some had had good results with nappy rash cream (which contains zinc oxide, which allows conductivity)! We had some Sudocrem at home, so I fed a little of it into the socket of the tip before reattaching it to the handle, and voila! The stylus worked normally again.
I have no idea it compares to more expensive styluses on the market. I bought it because I need it for drawing, which is very fine and precise. So the other popular styluses that are chunky with thick ends just weren't any good for me. Meanwhile I have an iPad Air, which is not compatible with the new Apple pencil sadly. And I didn't want to risk paying £50-£75 on some of the other well reviewed styluses. So I'm ok with this one. Maybe there are better ones, but maybe no stylus is brilliant for drawing, because drawing on a tablet just isn't the same as drawing on paper with a real pencil. But this has a fair price and allows me to see what I'm drawing. If it wasn't for having to do the nappy cream fix, I'd give it a rating of 4.
Noise aside, decent drawing experience so maybe to consider if you are a graphic designer (which I am not)!
My findings? It glides smoothly across my screen and so far, (a few days in) no scratches on my iPad. I am currently not using a screen protector although I have ordered a few from a different website, in case I start seeing any sign of scratching, but basically it seems fine as long as you don't press too hard on the pen, and you really don't have to press hard to make it work. What I like to do is brush it by my nose for a bit (yes, i know it sounds strange, but on that little spot is a bit of grease which helps the pen glide and it's connectivity a lot!). Like that it works for both writing and tapping, however, it's most important to notice that if the angle with the screen gets too small, it works less well. I am guessing this is where some people may get skipping issues if you momentarily reduce the angle of the pen and the screen too much it may skip, if you learn to hold it up just a bit straighter it works fine. You still don't have to hold it like other styluses all the way straight up, just experiment a little bit and you'll find it to be fine. (Or at least I did).
Lastly, as everyone says, the disc is fragile, simply never put it anywhere without screwing the cap on. The cap comes with it for a reason, use it. As far as the magnetic clinging goes, I can easily cling it to my iPad and hold it upside down and it did not fall off. The plastic also makes no sound on my screen.Read more ›
I've also knocked a star off for the Adonit packaging. That looks lovely, but impossible to open. The pen inside the case does not have the cap on it, so again fell straight from the box onto the floor and broke. Didn't even write one word with it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I abosolutey love this pen for my ipad. Great feel and easy to use.Published 2 days ago by jo woodford
good stylus for basic writing, however if you try drawing anything elaborate with it, you will struggle as the sensor seems to skip a lot leaving patchy lines.Published 15 days ago by Su
Awful has fallen apart within 1 day and the nib has also fallen outPublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer