WoodRiver - Wall Street II Ballpoint Pen Kit Gold 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!
As new electronic technologies continue to flood the market in the way of smart phones, tablets, touch screens, iPods, cameras and ultrabooks, Woodcraft makes it easier to operate these screens with a new stylus. A stylus is an instrument for writing on computer displays, text or draw lines on a surface as input to the computer device, leaving the screen clean from smudges fingerprints, scratches, or damaging the screen in any way.
Very nice pen - Made two - The stylus on my wife's pen came off after two weeks of use - Do not recommend as a replacement stylus is not available - Doug
Nice pen - needs supplier for replacement, higher-quality stylus tips
This pen joins others sold by Woodcraft with stylus for which there is no replacement. The stylus that comes with the kit does last but a few weeks in normal use. Only the slim style pens have replacement stylus. Because of not being able to get replacement stylus, I don't recommend buying this pen.
Stylus doesn't hold up
Pen is fine but the stylus just does not hold up. I won't make these to sell any more.
Great duel usage
Could be better
The pen is easy to turn, being only one tube. Assembly is extremely simple as only the top needs to be pressed in. One needs a special adapter (easily made) to protect the stylus during assembly. Stylus is very delicate. Rough usage will tear the stylus. When using the stylus, one needs to pretend they are using a Fountain Pen, very light touch. I have been selling them, but they do not sell well. Make great gifts tho.
Wall Street II Pen - great pen
This is a well balanced, substantial pen. Customers are very impressed with the unit as a whole and when used with a laser cut kit, it is a total winner.
Nice Pen, Needs Replaceable Stylus
Nice pen but after a month or two the stylus wears out. Replacement stylus available at Woodcraft don't work with the Wall Street II. The only way to replace the stylus is to buy a new kit.
Great Idea but falls short
Great idea to add the stylus, but it is not replaceable and frankly Very fragile. This one if for gifting, not selling to your demanding customers.
The addition of the stylus tip makes the already good Wall Street II an excellent pen given the proliferation of digital devices. The stylus tip "fits" visually. Some have added a stylus to the "European" style but it just looks awkward to me.
This was a great gift. The recipient really loved it and was showing it off.
Bought 4, ordered 3 more.
I was looking for pens with a stylus to give out as gifts to family/friends and clients. I had never done pens before but it was REALLY straight forward and easy! I saw a review that said the twist mechanism wasn't smooth, but after turning 4 of them the only one that wasn't flawlessly smooth right off the bat was the first one(and I believe that is was simple beginner's mistake). I simply forget to make sure the tube was clear of any finish over spray. After simply clearing out the tubes on next pens prior to assembly, they worked extremely well. A simple disassemble of the first one and cleaning saw the same smooth twist as the 2nd, 3rd and 4th. After those 4 were done, I ordered 3 more!!
Careful with the stylus
I damaged two of the rubber stylus ends before I figured out that I needed a small block of wood for my pen press with a hole in it that was just a fraction larger than the size of the rubber stylus. With the block in place, the rubber stylus went into the hole and the acrylic barrel pressed against the wood, with no damage to the stylus.
Practical Pen for Touch Screen devices
This is a very nice pen kit to make for just about anyone, because of the wide use of touch screen devices (phones, eReaders, etc.). The stylus slides smoothly over the surface. It seems like the stylus would last a long time. One concern is how to replace the stylus when it's worn or damaged. It would also be nice to see the stylus feature on higher end Wall Street pens and the Circuit Board pens.
Very nice set
This pen set is very stylish and works very well for tablets such as iPads. It was very easy to make and looks very nice when finished. Beginners could easily do this project.
A fine example of workmanship
The pen plus the stylus is a good combination. I think I can sell all I have. Plus the fact that I only need a half of a full blank is good. Thank you
The combination of a nice looking pen with the stylus makes it a great gift for just about anyone, especially business people who are increasingly using iPads as part of their jobs.
Very attractive to anyone that needs a good writing instument along with a stylus for touch screen electronics
Neat gadget. Works Ok with iPad.
Would buy again.
Really, really nice!
I saw a comment about the mechanism not being smooth. After making a number of these, I have not found any to be defective. My guess is if you asked, it would be replaced right away. These are very sweet kits. Personally, I keep the ink as a spare and get the Parker brand gel refils.
I also had a problem with the pen smoothness. I took a drill bit and cleaned the barrel very carefully. Had glue in the tube. Works fantastic.
good pen great design
Really like the one piece design. However, the twist mechanism is not smooth.