Tuesday, June 26, 2012

UGLee Pen Review




The Uglee Pen is beauty within. Actually, I don't find it ugly at all. It is quite interesting with it's ergonomically shape pen. Developed by a Dr. James Lee who also uses the Uglee Pen. This pen is soft and rubbery and covered with ballistics grade nylon, which is contoured for your fingers to grip it with ease. When Dr. James Lee created the Uglee Pen, he kept in mind of how this pen would be more comfortable for those who have pain in their fingers from arthritis, carpel tunnel, or maybe they are people like me who have a tendency to put too much pressure on the pen while writing. After doing this for a long period of time, my fingers hurt. I wrote with this pen for a considerable amount of time and I found it very comfortable with no pain.

As the doctor explained, most people design a pen to look good, but he designed the pen to feel good while using it. This is how he came up with the name. I find this name Uglee Pen priceless.

One thing that sets a standard is how the ink looks on paper. When using it I noticed it was a blue ink pen. But not a wimpy blue as some pens are. The lines were crisp (although the picture doesn't do justice of how it really looks). It wrote smoothly and may I repeat the word "comfortable".

Given the opportunity to try out the UGLee Pen to review, I would give it an A+.

The Uglee Pen was featured on The Doctors Show on the "50 Ways to Improve Your Health" and how it helps ease carpel tunnel for writers. The audience were all given out one of these pens to take home.



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