Everyday Carry

submitted by almostdunn

I’ve seen a few post with Zebra Sharbo XLT pens and thought I’d submit this mod I made to mine.  I have been carrying an ipad stylus and a Sharbo on me everyday.  I found that the iPad capacitive stylus tips are about the same size as the rubber tip on the Sharbo XLT.  After taking off the cap that covers the eraser, its easy to pop the rubberized piece out and insert the rubber tip of a stylus.  i used a Boxwave iPad stylus that I wasn’t using.  I did have to wrap a little clear tape around the base of the stylus tip to get a good tight fit. The stylus tip is hollow and fits over the eraser. One less item i have to carry with me everyday.

Editor’s Note: Cool mod, looks really clean too. Good idea for those out there with a Sharbo and an iPad. Thanks for sharing~

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