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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Uglee Pen -Review and Giveaway-

The name of this pen says a lot about how it looks. However, nothing about the name tells you how it feels. This pen is a joy to write with. I love using it. This pen was designed by DR. Lee for people who have arthritis, carpel tunnel, or other issues that would stop them from using a pen. However, I find that even without those issues I prefer to use it the darn thing is just so comfy. I love the way it writes and how it feels while I hold it.

 It's unique design not only makes it soft and easy to use  for people with hand issues it also makes it comfortable to use for long periods of time. It works for those who are left or right handed. The only thing this pen could do better is to make my hand writing readable to everyone else. Ok so I know that will take a miracle that is not going to happen.

 The way the ink runs is smooth and the ball allows an even distribution on the paper. The only issue is that you have to get the pen going before use and that was tricky with one of the three pens I received.

While the UGlee Pen may not be the most stylish Stylus available it is by far the most comfortable pen I have ever used. One of the things that make it unique is that the gel grip goes all the way up the pen so almost no matter where you grab it you have a cushion. It is just as comfortable for those that grip the bottom of the pen or those who grip the top of the pen. Personally I grip the pen near the bottom. I think that might come with being left handed.

The largest issue I had with these pens is keeping them to myself. Once the household found out that they existed I constantly had to track down who had stolen my pen this time. I am currently missing two of the three. I hope to locate them shortly. Now you get a chance to win an UGlee Pen for yourself. Enter below to win!

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. I learned that the grip goes all the way up the pen