I was excited to get to review the UGLee Ergonomic Pen recently. I received a three pack of the pens and they came in yellow, white and gray. They come in all colors. I saw a pink one on their website! I may have to order that one for myself!!
When I received the pens I decided to give them the ultimate test. You see the pen was developed by a doctor, James Lee, when he was in medical school. A college student knows what it's like to write notes all day and Dr. Lee wanted to find something that would help his hands. Cramping, stress and pain are part of writing a lot but now with the Dr. Lee UGLee pen.
So, back to the ultimate test. ;-). I decided to write out all my Christmas cards with the pen. Believe me, I had already started and every few minutes I was shaking my hand before the pen got here. Once I received my UGLee pen that was a thing of the past. The design of the pen helps to keep your hand in the correct position to write. I have always had a callous on my middle finger from writing a lot. That as not a problem with this relaxing pen. It is very comfortable and easy to use.
I have an affinity to blue ink too. Since I worked in banking I always preferred blue to black because it was easier to tell what the original was then. So the pen got extra points when I realized it was blue ink! For me that was just another plus for these awesome pens.
You can use these for your college papers, grocery list or Christmas cards and not have to worry about the cramping, stress or aggravation from traditional pens. And I have some great news!!!! I get to giveaway a 3- pack of these awesome pens to one of my readers!!! All you have to do is enter the rafflecopter below and I'll announce the winner on the 18th! Be sure to stop by the website and learn more about these awesome pens and how you can stop having hand pain while writing to your heart's content!
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.