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Even though modern technology has taken away our need to use a pen and paper for everything, we do still use them quite frequently especially in school. Since some of us are prepping for Back To School, let me tell you about this great pen that is super comfortable and easy to use.
Uglee Pen is designed by a real doctor, Dr. Lee, who during medical school was fed up with uncomfortable pens that left his fingers hurting and cramped his hands as he wrote countless reports. He then set out to create what he says would be the most ergonomic pen to fit perfectly in your hand and help you write without having to worry about carpel tunnel, arthritis or any other ailments on might get from simply writing.
What makes the Uglee Pen different from your average pen is it's unique features that include:
- Weight: Only weighs 11 grams which is less than 1/2 ounce, less mass, means less inertia, more comfort!
- Full Size Grip: Ultimate comfort! The overall shape as well as the detailed contours are perfectly engineered to follow the anatomy of your hand! The material grips you, not the other way around!
- Ink: Mated with the smoothest ink system known, smoother than any roller ball, gel ink or fountain pen.
This pen is by far the best writing utensil I have used, and I have used a lot! It is super comfortable to hold, does not slip out of your hand and does not give you the little blister that can start right at the tips of your fingers from pressing down to hard for long periods of time. You can tell someone really put a lot of thought into the design of this pen and well worth it.
You can purchase your own 3pack of Uglee Pen's for $19.99 and you can choose from 7 different colors. Plus you can order packs of 10 ultra smooth ink cartridges for only $15.00. Visit http://www.ugleepen.com/ for more information about the pen, Dr. Lee or to place your order. You can also follow FACEBOOK or TWITTER for more info.
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