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Fosmon Trio Capacitive Tip Stylus Pack for Kindle Fire, Black , Silver, Red Reviews

Fosmon Trio Capacitive Tip Stylus Pack for Kindle Fire, Black , Silver, Red

  • Capacitive tip engineered for a smooth experience with Kindle Fire and all capacitive touch screen devices (iPad, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy)
  • Package contains three metallic hued styli: Red, Silver, and Black
  • Type accurately and comfortably
  • Perfect for cold days when you don’t want to remove your gloves.

Quality, value-pack stylus in 3 vivid, metallic hues. Capacitive tip is compatible with all capacitive touch screen devices including the Amazon Kindle Fire.

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 14.99

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3 Responses to “Fosmon Trio Capacitive Tip Stylus Pack for Kindle Fire, Black , Silver, Red Reviews”

  1. R. Burnett "Fuzzy Monkey" says:
    24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Love these!, July 18, 2012
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    R. Burnett “Fuzzy Monkey” (Colorado) –
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    This review is from: Fosmon Trio Capacitive Tip Stylus Pack for Kindle Fire, Black , Silver, Red (Accessory)

    Never used a stylus with my iPad2, but these are great. They attached with a nice little plug that fits into the earphone plug. Solid performance and consistent. Works great with apps that want a bit more precision than my stubby little fingers. I have also noticed that it is easier on my hands when I am gaming a lot of in a tap-intensive place.

    Only had for about a month, so not sure on durability, but so far I am very impressed.

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  2. Sheri in Reho says:
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Okay, but there are some annoyances., September 15, 2012
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    Sheri in Reho (Rehoboth Beach, DE) –
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    This review is from: Fosmon Trio Capacitive Tip Stylus Pack for Kindle Fire, Black , Silver, Red (Accessory)
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    The only other stylus I had used before this pack is a Boxwave (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000ETWCSK/ref=wms_ohs_product) that a friend had recommended when I bought my Kindle Fire last fall. I have used that stylus–a LOT–for almost a year with no problems at all.

    In contrast, the first of this pack that I used (the red one) had its tip disengage after about 2 weeks of use. I was able to reseat the tip but still…pretty disappointing. I’m on my 2nd of the 3 now (the silver) for about a week and all is going fine so far.

    Stylistically and ergonomically, there are differences between the Fosman and the Boxwave that stood out to me:

    1. The Fosmon stylus feels fatter/thicker in my hand than the Boxwave and therefore was pretty awkward for me to get used to for the first few weeks.

    2. Both the Boxwave and the Fosman have a slim black thread at the top which connects to a piece that can insert into the Kindle Fire’s headphone jack to ensure that you don’t lose your stylus while you are transporting your Fire in your purse, backpack, etc.

    The Fosman’s thread is attached to the stylus via a loop of thread through a hole in the cap. Even after a month of use and many attempts to tighten it, this loop continues to stand open due to the stiffness of the thread and will not close tightly. Not only is this really annoying while I’m using the stylus, but it concerns me, since the loop will not close securely, it will come all the way undone and the piece that inserts into the Fire will be lost. The only upside to the loop being loose is that if you did not want the thread and the piece that attaches to the Fire, you could take it off easily.

    In contrast, the Boxwave’s thread is attached to the stylus by a clip, a heavier version of a clasp you might find on a necklace. If you don’t like the thread and don’t use its attachment to the Fire, you can take the clip all the way off (or replace it with a clip of your liking). There is very little chance of the clip coming open on its own and the stylus’ attachment to the Fire being lost.

    3. The size and shape of the little stem that fits into the Fire’s headphone jack to connect the stylus to the Fire during transit or storage vary between the two brands. The Boxwave’s stem is shorter in length but has a bulb shape. The Fosman’s stem is longer and straighter, though it does have ridges. The Boxwave’s stem feels much more secure going into the port…you can feel that it is seated. YOu don’t feel this with the Fosmon. However, when I put each stylus’ stem into the Fire’s port and tugged on them, the Boxwave stem gave only a bit more resistance to being pulled out than did the Fosmon.

    Both brands of stylus have a clip, for those who prefer to carry the stylus in a pocket or clip it into a backpack or purse.

    In terms of price, you get 3 Fosmon for about the same price as 1 Boxwave. But, for my money, the Boxwave is a better VALUE if you only need 1 stylus, because I believe it to be of better quality and construction than the Fosmon.

    I have included a picture in the customer images at the top left of the product page to show the difference in the stem, thread and loop issues.

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  3. josca1963 says:
    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    stylus pen 3-pack, August 10, 2012
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    It works great! Wasn’t sure about what I was getting but it is well worth it. It helps to keep the screen clean and it makes writing a lot easier more accurate. I recommend this to anybody with a kindle fire or other touch pads.

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