The first time I picked up the Uglee Pen, I noticed it was thicker when I hold it because of the ergonomic grip. Just holding it I thought it might feel awkward because of the thickness, but then I started pressing down on it as I wrote and I thought, "Ooooh, this is nice." Normally I would get a pink indentation after writing, but I did not. There was no discomfort at all. It was very comfortable to use and after writing two things on my grocery list I found I wanted to use it more and got my notebook of lists out to add to them as well.
My only problem now is keeping my daughter from taking the grip off my pens and putting them on her pencils. Apparently it's the in thing in her class to have grips in your pencils and several other pens in our house have become victim. Maybe I should suggest that they sell the grippers to add to pencils.
They do sell the ink insert refills, which I think is a wonderful option to help reduce waste and promote a greener earth. Keep the outside of your pen and just replace the consumable part of the pen. Love that!
From Uglee Pen:
The UGLee Pen is good for everyone who writes (even just a grocery list), and is especially helpful to people who experience pain and discomfort when writing, for example those with arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.,. It's also the best writing utensil for children who are learning to write and are developing fine motor skills, as well as helpful for special-needs children who find holding a pen or pencil properly difficult. And for high-school and college students who have to take copious notes, this pen helps keep hands and fingers from cramping.
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