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About Wacom Grip Pen

Wacom Grip Pen captures even the subtlest nuances of pressure. It combines 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and response begins at only a single gram of pen pressure.

The Grip Pen is equipped with a contoured, rubber grip that allows you to reducegripping power by up to 40%, helping alleviate stress and wrist fatigue. This cordless, battery-free pen puts two customizable side switches right at your fingertips and features a pressure-sensitive eraser.

• Cordless, battery-free
• 2nd Generation Wacom Tip Sensor
• Pressure Levels: 2048
• Tilt Sensitivity: ± 60°
• Dimensions (L x D): 6.2 x 0.6" (157 x 15mm)
• Weight: 0.63 oz (17g)
• Eraser: yes

Compatible With:
• Intuos Pro
• Intuos5 (all models)
• Intuos4 (all models)
• Cintiq 21UX (DTK2100)
• Cintiq 24HD
• Cintiq 24HD touch
• Cintiq 22HD
• Cintiq 22HD touch
• Cintiq 13HD
• Cintiq Companion
• Cintiq Companion Hybrid

Summary of Customer Reviews

(6)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (4),Good control (3),Lightweight (3)
Best Uses:
Graphic artists (3),Photo editing (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Professional (3)

Wacom Grip Pen Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.5

(based on 6 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Love using it.

I use the pen for graphic and web design and love it. It feel so much more natural than a mouse that now when I use a mouse I feel awkward. The only thing that I don't like is how easily it breakes apart. The first one I had lasted me a little over a year and started giving me problems a couple months ago when the tip would start pushing itself everytime I used it. It gradually started pushing the top "eraser" part out and finally loosing the pen until it came apart. I was able to still use

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I use the pen for graphic and web design and love it. It feel so much more natural than a mouse that now when I use a mouse I feel awkward. The only thing that I don't like is how easily it breakes apart. The first one I had lasted me a little over a year and started giving me problems a couple months ago when the tip would start pushing itself everytime I used it. It gradually started pushing the top "eraser" part out and finally loosing the pen until it came apart. I was able to still use it a bit but because it was so loose, the sensitivity was really off. It was still under warranty, but when I called teh manufucaturer they told me they have thousands of people call all the time about it breaking apart yet they don't cover that in the warranty. They only cover if it doesn't communicate with the tablet correctly. So, event though it's not long lasting. I would still recommend it. This is my second one, and if I have to buy another in a year,I think it's well worth it based on how much I love using it.

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
5.0

Outstanding stylus

By

from USA  -  Experienced

It's much more ergonomically attuned than the default pen that comes with tablet(s), the other is good but this is much better and it fits my hand (in glove size would be a mens large). My only complaint is the buggy software that wacom has for customizing buttons, maybe it's limited to mac OS but the buttons and the dial on the pen are not customizable (all attempts to change them have failed). That's not enough to deduct from the rating because the pen is very comfortable and works well.

 
4.0

Good hardware, but...

By

from USA  -  Experienced

The pen itself works very well, but if you own an older version of Photoshop (CS5 or below), you should be aware that if your brush is not a "bristle brush," the brush cursor ("ghost") does not rotate in real time when you rotate the pen's barrel, so you can't see what your brush is going to look like in real time. If I had known that, I'd have waited until I upgraded my version of Photoshop before buying the art pen. The art pen doesn't come with a nib puller - so don't lose the one that came with your Intuos!

 
5.0

fantastic

By

from Atlanta, GA  -  Professional

Pen is fantastic and but I'm reviewing to say that I have never experienced such amazing customer service than I did with Adorama. Lewis took such care of my order but more importantly brightened my day. He treated me like a friend rather than a faceless customer and that is so incredibly rare. I will order from Adorama every chance I get in hopes that Lewis will take my call.

 
4.0

Thin light weight pen

By

from Los Angeles CA  -  Multimedia Professional

Like the spring pen tips and the solid feel of the pen.

 
5.0

The Pen I needed for my Intuos4 Tablet

By

from Missouri  -  Professional

I broke my Grip Pen and needed to replace it. This is exactly what I needed.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Love using it.

By

from San Antonio, Texas  -  Professional

I use the pen for graphic and web design and love it. It feel so much more natural than a mouse that now when I use a mouse I feel awkward. The only thing that I don't like is how easily it breakes apart. The first one I had lasted me a little over a year and started giving me problems a couple months ago when the tip would start pushing itself everytime I used it. It gradually started pushing the top "eraser" part out and finally loosing the pen until it came apart. I was able to still use it a bit but because it was so loose, the sensitivity was really off. It was still under warranty, but when I called teh manufucaturer they told me they have thousands of people call all the time about it breaking apart yet they don't cover that in the warranty. They only cover if it doesn't communicate with the tablet correctly. So, event though it's not long lasting. I would still recommend it. This is my second one, and if I have to buy another in a year,I think it's well worth it based on how much I love using it.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
LAURA H  my other stylus broke apart and there was no replacement in the state i live in so online shopping was my only option. this was my first purchase with adorama and i had such a good experience i will definitely shop with them again.
Shopper  store pick up?
LAURA H  no, online order. this item was back-ordered but adorama shipped it sooner than expected. i would definitely shop their inventory again!
christina c  I purchased this pen to replace my last stylus but my cintiq isn't recognizing this pen. I own a mac, am I missing a step here?
DOUGLAS K  Not an expert by any means, but i notice that you have an Intuos4 pen for a cintiq. Are they compatible? No setup was necessary for me when I replace mine (for the Intuos4)
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