The tip is small, only ½ “wide, with a tapered tip for easy use on small keyboards and computer screens. The tip is slotted across the bottom edge, placed on the top edge of a long fingernail, and is easily removeable when finished.
PRODUCT FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Fingertip stylus assembly
- Made for users with long fingernails
- Eliminates texting errors when using long fingernails
- Comfortable and durable
- Easy to apply and remove
- Can be worn on all four fingers and thumb
- Available in multiple sizes, colors and designs
- Lightweight, compact and portable
- Storage case easily fits in purse or briefcase
- Allows for easy use of touchscreen functions
- Works for all electronic devices
- Convenient and effective
- Simple and unique design
- Low cost to manufacture
The NYLUS™ is a small, stylus device that is placed on the tip of a long fingernail for use. The nail then may be used for texting, performing touchscreen functions, or typing on a keyboard. Long nail tips on fingers and thumbs may be covered with a NYLUS™ tip for quiet operation of multiple devices during conferences, meetings, and office operations.
The small, silicone stylus tip is ½” long and wide, is tapered on the top, incorporates a graphite panel on one side for using on a capacitive touchscreen, and has a curved slit on the bottom that fits over the tip of the nail. These tips can be used for all digits (including thumbs), and can be used for multiple functions.
NYLUS™ tips will be sold in sets of six, one for each digit and a spare, and can be stored in a pocket, briefcase or purse for anytime use. A plastic storage case can be used to keep them clean and accessible. The NYLUS™ is easy to apply, easy to remove, comes in a variety of colors, sizes and designs, and will make a user with long fingernail more efficient by eliminating errant keystrokes made by long fingernails.
Materials needed to produce the NYLUS™:
- Molded rubber or silicone
- Plastic storage case
The NYLUS™ is covered by United States Utility Patent: 10,824,250
For additional information, licensing opportunities, and a full prospectus on the NYLUS™ contact:
VP of Business Development