Sixth Digit 2

$49.95

The pack contains a pair of small, medium and large sixth digits so that you can find the right size for each hand.

Availability: In stock

Add a pair of spare stylus tips

Sixth Digit 2 Stylus Tips

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The Sixth Digit 2 is a wearable stylus that fits on your last two fingers allowing you to use touch screens and press buttons. It is can be used on touch screens like phones, tablets and appliance controls as it is made of a connective fibre-filled material.

The wearable stylus has two rings for stability. Put it on by sliding the rings over your ring and smallest finger with the stylus tip pointing away from your hand. There is a step in the design that matches the step in your hand to make it more comfortable to wear.

The Sixth Digit 2 comes with three sizes of device: small, medium and large. And you get all three in a stylish natural cotton bag. It is difficult to measure which size you need so we provide all 3 so you can find the ones that best fit you. You may need a different size for each hand. Once you have found the best size for you, attach the two stylus tips.

How can I use the Sixth Digit 2?

The Sixth Digit 2 can be used for a wide variety of situations:

  •  on a phone or tablet touch screen
  • for pressing physical buttons on a remote control, microwave or light
  • pressing buttons in public spaces like ATM, PIN keypad or lift buttons where germs might be an issue
  • for touch screens on washing machines or gaming controllers
  • when typing on keyboard or laptops – two hands make typing quicker!
  • touch screen in cars or on SatNav devices

They are small and comfortable enough to leave on while you drink a cup of tea or wheel yourself around.

Given the current pandemic we are all keen to minimise touching surfaces that many others have touched, such as lift, ATM and payment machine buttons. Why not use it for pressing doorbells?

Why not surprise a friend with the spare sizes? You will need to buy some spare tips.

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