Any touch-screen PDA
The first time my daughter saw the
pen/stylus in my review box, she informed me that it was the pen Michael,
a boy at her school carries. "Has he ever let you use it?" I asked her. "Nope,"
she replied "no one touches Michael’s pen."
Well, whether you are a student or a professional, the doubleCLICK may be
just what you need if you have been searching for an inexpensive stylus and
ballpoint pen combination.
This combo is made of silver plastic, with deeply grooved black rubber grips at the top and
|You can choose between the black ball-point pen or the|
stylus by a simple twist of the barrel.
In case you need confirmation of your selection, you can either look at
In a perfect example of how paying more doesn’t always get you better value
for your money, the doubleCLICK comes with a full-size black ball-point refill –
unlike many of the higher priced multi-pens I have reviewed in the past.
|The black ballpoint cartridge writes with a medium flow, and|
it seems to be a deeper black than several of the other ballpoints that I use on a
regular basis. It also writes smoothly and without skipping.
The stylus tip is
As you can see here, the black rubber grip has deep swirling grooves cut
|The doubleCLICK weighs 0.7oz (21g) and measures in at 5.7" (14.4cm). With a|
0.5" (1.3cm) grip, this pen is quite comfortable for extended periods of
Although this pen might be a little bit flashy for those of you working in
very conservative offices, there will be those that don’t mind its "Terminator"
styling and that will appreciate the doubleCLICK’s low price and ease of
As for my daughter, I am giving her this pen now that I have finished its
review; she can’t wait to take it to school to show Michael. ;0)
The Avery doubleCLICK is available from
Stylus Central and other retailers.
Uses full-size ballpoint refill
Easy to operate