Compatible with all capacitive touch screens (eg. iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire). | Works in any app. | Great for doodling, sketching, and writing. | High quality, durable construction. | Great for people of all ages.
Compatible with all capacitive touch screens (eg. iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire). | Works in any app. | Great for doodling, sketching, and writing. | High quality, durable construction. | Great for people of all ages.Less
The Cosmonaut is, by some distance, the best stylus I have used. If you can look past it’s heft, the stability it provides in the hand and it’s rubber-covered aluminium core provide a level of sensitivity and precision that other styli simply fail to live up to.
Whilst I found the design very familiar once in use for writing and drawing alike, the cylindrical nature means it’s very difficult for the styli to be kept on any desk without fear of it rolling away. It might sound like a small niggle, but having to find a location to store this stylus whilst not in us... Full review
The Cosmonaut and it's enormous form factor is like a raging bull inside a china shop. Using it for extensive writing, note taking and precise detailed stuff is impossible. The capacitive rubber tip, although glides across the iPad's glass screen smoothly, is very rigid and requires some force to compress and input your gestures on the touchscreen. There's very little give in the tip which requires more out of you than just gliding the stylus around like some other styli. And the sensitivity is even worse if you're using a screen protector including the Glas.t glass screen protector, requir... Full review
The Cosmonaut began as a successful Kickstarter project, and now it’s available to buy online for $25. It’s the perfect stylus for artists and handwriters, and I think it’d make a great accessory for the iPad user who’s generally averse to a stylus, as well, because it’s so unique. There’s simply no other stylus that can match the tremendous sense of mass and power that the Cosmonaut conveys — and you can’t understand that feeling until you hold it in your own hand.
I’ve tried many a stylus over the years, but I have a new fav... Full review
I’ve owned and used many a stylus, including the Pogo Sketch, two styluses by Elago and one by both Belkin and Griffin; the Cosmonaut trumps them all during extensive use for university research.
While the two negative points I mentioned aren’t deal breakers, I’d love to see them addressed in some manner in the next version of this product. A different, less lint-loving rubber or silicone material would do a lot for the haptic feel and the long term looks of the pen. A one-piece construction of the core would eliminate a potential point of failure at the back of the s... Full review
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