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An ergonomic pen that works!
I used to enjoy writing but didn’t like the hand soreness afterwards. My writing slowed down a bit more when I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Let’s just say I didn’t write for more than a few minutes before my fingers and hand start aching. So, I was looking forward to reviewing the 3 UGlee Pens that I received to see if they were different than the other ergonomic pens out in the market.
At first, I saw the design of this ergonomic pen. Yeah, it was a bit funny looking. My first stroke of the pen was a bit clumsy but I adjusted to writing with the pen after doodling with it after awhile.
It actually did feel better than the other ergonomic pens that I’ve used before. I started using the pen exclusively and even put an extra one in my purse.
I became to understand why it was designed the way it was as I noticed how the pen fit in my hands. That funny looking skinny part of the pen was cradled in my hand instead of pushing down on it.
The combination of the pen’s ultimate grip and the pen’s weight did not cause me to stress my hands or fingers. I also liked that is was a refillable because I’m going to keep on writing with it after this review.
Since, using the UGLee ergonomic pen for weeks, I haven’t felt any hand discomforts using it.
Now, I don’t dread picking up a pen and writing, I look for my UGLee Pen instead.
Overall, beauty is in the eye of the pen beholder!
I love my UgLee pen and recommend that you try it .. You will notice the difference!
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.
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