A Review: Kailfee Stylus Pen for iPad.

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Well, I’m back at the computer after the long weekend, and honestly, I’m not mad about it. My weekend was a little stressful, so hopefully, I’m looking forward to a more “normal” week.

I am excited to talk about the Kailfee Stylus Pen today because, although I bought it in July, it’s quickly become an everyday item.

Let me back up and say that when I bought my iPad in 2019, I was so excited to see that it was compatible with the Apple Pencil.

There wasn’t anything, in particular, I wanted to use the pencil for, but the fact that it was an option was exciting.

But, when my iPad arrived, I looked into getting the Pencil; it was $100!

I know I shouldn’t be surprised, but there was no way I was going to spend $100 on something I didn’t think I’d use often.

Honestly, I kind of forgot about it.

Then, I visited a friend in California in June, and she quickly whipped out her iPad with a Pencil magnetically attached to it.

“Oh, you have the pencil?” I asked.

She was more shocked that I didn’t have one — she explained that she used hers for everything.

Since I shied away from it after seeing the sticker price, I didn’t even realize you could use it for other things besides handwriting notes and drawing.

From how she used it, it was a stylus, and you could use it for just about anything.

When I got home from my trip, I started researching the pencil, and I quickly realized that I didn’t have to get one made by Apple.

See? I told you I didn’t look into it at all!

So, I started looking at the stylus pens that had the best reviews. I quickly found the Kailfee Stylus Pen, which was less than 1/3 the price of the Apple Pencil!

They also had it in multiple color options, which I really liked. I picked purple (it matches my Jelly Comb keyboard), and I love it!

The Kailfee Stylus pen comes with a cover for the tip, a replacement tip, and a cord for charging.

It’s lightweight and magnetic, and it works perfectly with my iPad.

I use it mostly with my Canva app to make graphics for Pinterest and this blog. But I also got a notes app to use it with and a coloring book app that’s really fun!

I thought I would mostly use it for traveling, but I use it daily, sometimes just for scrolling — it’s great!

Given how much I use it, paying the $100 for the Apple Pencil would’ve been worth it, but the fact that I didn’t have to pay that much AND it’s purple — bonus!!

Do you use a stylus with your iPad?

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