Samsung's official Galaxy Note 9 S Pen replacements are cheaper than ever in three colors

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Samsung's official Galaxy Note 9 S Pen replacements are cheaper than ever in three colors
As far as most Galaxy Note 9 owners are probably concerned, you can’t put a price on the productivity-enhancing, creativity-encouraging S Pen sold as standard alongside Samsung’s newest 6.4-inch flagship.

But even priceless things can sometimes get lost (especially those measuring 0.2 inches in diameter and 4.2 inches in length), which is when Samsung’s official Galaxy Note 9 S Pen replacements come in handy.

Normally priced at $29.99 a pop, these spare styluses you can buy as a substitute for a misplaced or broken S Pen or simply as a backup are currently available for $14.99 through Samsung’s own US e-store and over at B&H Photo Video.

It looks like you need to hurry if you’re tempted by this rare deal, as Samsung specifically mentions the $15 instant savings (or 50 percent off) is a “limited time” affair, while B&H has essentially run out of inventory already. 

The third-party retailer promises more units are “on the way”, with availability expected to be revived in 7 to 14 business days. Of course, there’s no telling how many of these bad boys B&H Photo Video can procure and sell at the substantially reduced price, so it might be a good idea to claim your discounted unit as soon as possible.

You can get free shipping from both Samsung and B&H, as well as a choice from three sleek paint jobs, namely black, lavender purple, and an eye-catching ocean blue/yellow combo.

Identical to the S Pen that comes with the Galaxy Note 9 out the box, the replacement stylus supports 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity, as well as Bluetooth Low Energy technology for controlling the phone’s camera from afar in addition to enabling other cool tricks. That’s made possible with the inclusion of a supercapacitor in lieu of a conventional battery, capable of lasting for up to 40 minutes after charging for a measly 30 seconds.

15 bucks for that is the textbook definition of a bargain, don’t you think?

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