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I've now had my second stylus break for my M700, which means no spare :rolleyes:

Has anyone else had this problem? The black plastic bit at the top breaks off just inside the shaft.

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I've now had my second stylus break for my M700, which means no spare :P

Has anyone else had this problem? The black plastic bit at the top breaks off just inside the shaft.

P

Mine has been fine. I'm onto my 3rd M700 now, as the first 2 had hardware issues. Obviously I kept the spare stylii from the 2 returns :rolleyes:

BS...

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I've been fine so far..

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I've now had my second stylus break for my M700, which means no spare :rolleyes:

Has anyone else had this problem? The black plastic bit at the top breaks off just inside the shaft.

P

Yup. Exactly the same problem - got through two of the buggers in less than 5 weeks. Gutting. Phoning Orange i got through to the accessories department who told me they didn't have any in stock but suggest that the orange retail stores should sell them...

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Yup. Exactly the same problem - got through two of the buggers in less than 5 weeks. Gutting. Phoning Orange i got through to the accessories department who told me they didn't have any in stock but suggest that the orange retail stores should sell them...

Just found that http://www.morpethmobiles.co.uk sell the stylus. I've ordered a pack of three... hopefully these ones will be more sturdy. (Funadentally there seems to be adesign fault with them - they seem to snap way too easily)

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