Does your father have fumble fingers?

January 15, 2013

We love a Dad who tries to keep up with technology, but we know they often experience "tap error" by accidentally inputting the wrong numbers or information. This is particularly unhelpful when they are in charge of ordering the takeaways.

Here's where the touchscreen stylus can help. Designed in London by a couple of Brits, the pencil stylus is made from a special silicone that mimics the conductive quality of the human finger. Hard to believe?

Your Dad would love one for father's day. Buy here for $14.95

  

 




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