Friday, May 31, 2013

UGLee Ergonomic Pen Review and Giveaway

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I was recently given the chance to review an amazing ergonomic pen. Well when I say I got the chance to review the pen it is a little bit of a joke. As I haven't had much chance to use it at all.

My oldest son Jam was waiting anxiously for these pens to arrive. We are currently working on another review for a well know writing program. During the first lesson the instructor mentioned that he prefers his students to use pen instead of pencil. How can I argue with that... So the instant the UGLee pen arrived my son and daughter grabbed one each.

I must say the few times I have used it I LOVE IT, my children LOVE it too. They have refused to use any other pen since these have arrived.

The only negative thing I have to say is that, when I threw one of my pens in my bag (yes...hiding from the 4 year old) the squishy grip did pick up little bits of fluff but other than that we loved it!

The UGLee pen was invented by Dr. James Lee (and named after him - not it's looks).

Don't just take my word (or my kids) for it read more testimonials here.

UGLee pen is offering my readers a chance to win a set of three pens for yourself - so enter below for a chance to try these amazing pens for yourself.

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  1. It can help prevent injuries from writing.

  2. I learned that it is refillable :)

  3. That's good to know that you can refill it.

  4. That the pen is so lightweight

  5. It is lightweight and I can refill it! Yay!

  6. The bones of your fingers fit in the "dents" of the grip. And refillable!

  7. Not just comfortable, but it has smooth ink, too. And it's refillable!


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