There’s something about putting a pen or pencil to paper that clears your mind and lets you fully engage with whatever you’re writing or drawing. It’s a feeling that’s hard to recapture in the digital age, with laptops replacing your Moleskin and touchscreen tablets standing in for sketchbooks. Styluses simulate the act of sketching, but most of them are still designed as a digital tool and fail to mimic the true feeling of a writing instrument. You can get closer to that pencil on paper quality with the Hand Stylus – a thoughtfully designed device that creates an unparalleled level of precision.
Created by Steve King, a San Francisco-based designer, the Hand Stylus looks and feels like the pens and mechanical pencils you’re used to using in your analog life. It has the world’s smallest stylus tip for drawing sharp lines on your tablet or typing out notes and messages on the smaller smartphone keypads. The tip retracts when it’s not in use, just like your favorite pen. A removable pocket clip adds to the pen aesthetic, and the Hand Stylus comes in an array of beautiful gloss and matte colors to complement any touchscreen device.
Regain the precision and feel of a pen or pencil with the Hand Stylus for only $14.99 — 40% off the retail price of $24.95.