Top positive review
For the price this works fine
Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2020
My biggest issue with this stylus is that the button/sensor/area on the end (where an eraser would be located on a pencil) is sooo very easy to bump while using the stylus which turns the stylus off. And when I say bump, I mean touch. Touch. That's all that needs to happen for this stylus to turn itself off/on. Touch the end of the stylus to your arm, elbow, thigh - anytime it makes contact with the skin it registers as a press (it's not an actual button, more like a sensor) and turns itself on/off.
Within 30 seconds of using this stylus I'd come across this irritating situation. I thought I'd get used to it the longer I used it and therefore no longer bump it accidentally, but that has not happened.
So if you're the type who knows you will never accidentally bump the sensor then this stylus will work well for you. But if you're a normal human being who moves around a bit while using a stylus, you will bump the sensitive sensor and accidentally turn it on or off.
The good news is it's easy to turn back on/off and keep on going about your work.
In use I found the stylus to be accurate and fun to use. Like the product description says, I'd recommend having a tempered glass screen protector (you should have one of those already on all mobile devices IMHO) because you're repeatedly tapping a hard object against a hard glass screen. I'm just more comfortable keeping an extra layer of cheap, disposable, replaceable protection between those two.
The USB Type C charging port is nice, but it's probably nicer if you have an iPad that uses the same USB Type C connector. My iPad (the 2019 model) uses a Lightning port. Not a big problem, but you'll need two different charging cables unless you've taken steps to combine that sort of thing.