Wacom Bamboo Duo Stylus (4th Gen, Pink)

BH #WACS191P • MFR #CS191P
Wacom
Wacom Bamboo Duo Stylus (4th Gen, Pink)
Key Features
  • 2-in-1, Stylus & Pen
  • Carbon Fiber Tip
  • Black Ballpoint Pen
  • Ergonomic Triangular Design
Reduce the amount of accessories you need to carry around with the Bamboo Duo Stylus from Wacom. This stylus features a 2-in-1 design and a soft-touch surface for a comfortable pen-like experience. On one end is a carbon fiber tip meant to be used for navigating, writing, and drawing on touchscreen devices, and on the other is a black ballpoint pen for paper. It's compatible with all iOS, Android, and Windows touchscreen devices, and has a convenient magnetic cap with a built-in clip so you won't lose it.
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Wacom CS191P Overview

Reduce the amount of accessories you need to carry around with the Bamboo Duo Stylus from Wacom. This stylus features a 2-in-1 design and a soft-touch surface for a comfortable pen-like experience. On one end is a carbon fiber tip meant to be used for navigating, writing, and drawing on touchscreen devices, and on the other is a black ballpoint pen for paper. It's compatible with all iOS, Android, and Windows touchscreen devices, and has a convenient magnetic cap with a built-in clip so you won't lose it.

2-in-1 design features a stylus and a pen so you can use it on touchscreens and paper
Ergonomic triangular design combines function with style
Replaceable carbon fiber nib that can be replaced when worn
Magnetized cap secures it in place and a built-in clip makes it easy to carry around
UPC: 753218988393

Wacom CS191P Specs

Physical
Dimensionsø: 0.4 x L: 5.5" / ø: 10.2 x L: 139.7 mm
Weight0.5 oz / 15 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.105 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.05 x 2.85 x 0.95"
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