WoodRiver - Wall Street II Ballpoint Pen Kit Chrome with Stylus
If you like sleek, smooth, refined lines and the distinct feel of a quality writing instrument in your hand, look no further. This kit features a Capacitive Soft Touch Stylus Tip in the end cap...
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- An absolute must-have for any touch screen device
- Write with one end, turn over and surf the Web with the other
- Non-marring (marking) silicon tip
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In just about every shop you will find a box or bin of scrap wood. Together with replacement parts from our store turning departments you can create different sizes and shapes for all sorts of items. Thinking outside of the box and your imagination is all you need!
Nice ballpoint pen
It's a real nice pen mechanism. I am just getting involved in pen turning, and picked it up to learn how to turn. My plans are to use these as gifts.
My first pen
Used this set to turn my first pen last night. Absolutely no problems with it. Gave it to my wife. She loves it!
Friends love them.
Easy to make, competitive price, and just a good looking pen/stylus. Much more attractive than on the slim types, and worked great first time
Writes well, feels good in the hands, nice looking pen. The stylus dose not pass the teenage test.
The pens I order are always in good shap
Most of the products I turn and assemble I give away to friends I do sell some. Turning and assemble of pens and etc. is a relaxing time.
I would buy this product again and again
The rubber tip does not last very long. I made one for my wife and have had to replace the tip twice. Wood Craft did send me a replacement for it. Hope they come up with a better product.
I love the looks.
I'll continue to purchase the pens & Stylus
I started using a tablet for business and so I made this for my self. I have had a few requests since I made it and use it.
Great Kit at Great Value!
This is a great kit. I have always been a fan of the Wall Street Pen Kits, they are very easy to make and the end product is fantastic. With the recent explosion of the iPads, iPhones and tablets this is a great companion. I can sell these pens for $30 each, which is a great turnover.
Great concept and style
The kits were great, however, we had an issue with one of the stylus tips. The stylus tip ripped after just a couple days of normal use. The pen mechanism works perfectly, though. The style and beauty of the pens are beyond compare, though. I'll need to make a few (dozen?) more to be sure it wasn't human error that ripped the stylus.
Now my favorite pen
This is the best companion for my iPad. It is just the right size, not to big or to small.
Good looking pen BUT
This is a nice quality, easy to make, one blank pen kit. The problem is the twist mechanism is very hard to turn. Because of this, I have had 3 of 12 I have made turn free and not engage the mechanism. I tried pressing the piece together, and that worked for a while, but the pen is completely unuseable when this happens. It is a poor design, and even though the kit is heavy duty and has good plating, this is a deal breaker. At decent cost plus the price of the blank, taking this as a return is unacceptable. The Woodcraft employee says he has seen some come back, and they replace them, but it's not convenient or very good for future sales. I think if the end wasn't so hard to turn, this wouldn't happen. My average of 75% still makes me give it a thumbs up, but how long the rubber lasts, and will it ever be replacable may make me change my view.
Very Nice Pen Kit
This pen uses the Parker refill, which I like better than the Cross. The components are first rate and designed well. Very nice!!!
I like the Stylus
The 17 year old, who is quite picky about technology, called the stylus way cool. I (slow dad) also think it really works pretty well. I tried to do a VERY light touch of the stylus but that did not work reliably but it's just a little bit of pressure and it works perfect. Had people comment that they would like it when they have gloves on (or I'm thinking hands are wet/oily/dirty/greasy) I know Isotoner makes a touch screen glove but I have a pen with me about 100% of the time and gloves seldeom.