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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Ergonomic Pen-UGLee Pen Review & Giveaway

For quite a while now I have seen several blogs review UGLee Pens and honestly I laughed at how truly “uglee” they are. However, after reading so many positive reviews, and the claims that these pens are super comfortable, I really wanted to test the UGLee Pens out for myself.
I was excited when the folks at UGLee Pen agreed to let me review their products. As soon as I took the pens out of the packaging I noticed how squishy and sticky the grip on this ergonomic pen is. This initially threw me off but as soon as I started writing with the UGLee Pen I could tell why the grip is so squishy. The pen literally  grips your fingers so your fingers don’t have to work so hard and your hand is less strained while writing.
For me, the two true tests for these pens would be if they worked for those of us who are left-handed and if they truly helped young children hold the pens better as is claimed on the UGLee Pen website.

As for those of us who are left-handed, these pens write wonderfully! The ink flows smoothly and dries relatively quickly so my hand isn’t totally covered in ink by the time I’m done writing.

And as for whether these pens help children grip better, I had my 4 year old write with an UGLee Pen. Because of the grip, his hand was naturally positioned a lot better than it is with normal pens. I will definitely be interested to see how he does with these pens over time.

Now, I have the chance to offer a giveaway to YOU! One lucky winner will receive their own UGLee pen, comfort pen 3 pack to try out. To enter, follow the Rafflecopter instructions below.
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19 comments:

  1. Their interesting looking. That's true enough. But...I'm all for what works and what feels good. (As long as the price isn't too steep...ha ha).

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  2. I have only heard good things about them. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I like this pens because; The UGLee Pen only weights 11 grams. That is less than 1/2 ounce Less mass, means less inertia, more comfort

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  4. These pens look really different and are supposed to be more comfortable to use.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  5. The pens really DON'T look that ugly!! Haha they look like your fingers would be cozy...

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  6. I think they are really cool looking. My son is a lefty and has a hard time gripping pens. I think these would be great for him!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  7. interesting... I write a lot at work and these sound like they'd be a Godsend!

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  8. I'd like to try these because I write a lot during the day and they look very comfortable!!

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  9. They look very comfortable. (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com)

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  10. looks like they would work for alot of writing

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  11. AT first...I wasnt sure. LOL...but after reading your review, I think these might be good. :) I am getting some arthritis in my fingers, and I think this might help me right better. Not sure, but worth a try!
    landfjacobson @ charter.net

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  12. I'd like to try them because my fingers tend to cramp & lock up after writing for a bit...wonder if they'd help?

    kcthelush at gmail dot com

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  13. Momma did say not to judge the book by it's cover!

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  14. ...also entered in the "One Money Savvy Pig" giveaway

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  15. connie danielson. They look really comfortable and I am a collector of pens. cbootsone@charter.net

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  16. Definitely not a good looking pen but anything to reduce the hand cramps when writing will be beautiful in my eyes!

    wendyhatton@yahoo.com.au

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  17. They look like good journal pens. It really does make a difference what you write with.

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  18. I've never heard of these before! I'd love to try them out since one of my hobbies is writing and I'd love to see if these will make it easier on my hands. When I write a lote they start to ache!

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