Posted by: ugleepen | September 3, 2009

How Can A Pen Alleviate Writing Pain?

In the field of medicine, Doctor’s use what is called a “Pain Scale” to determine a patients level of discomfort. When I created the UGLee Pen to alleviate my personal writing pain, I tested it with some groups of people to determine the type of writing pain someone might experience using a standard pen vs. my UGLee Pen. Take a look at this quick video to learn the results:

When I designed the UGLee Pen, I took into consideration the following things: Shape, Material, Weight and Ink. It is the combination of all these factors that allow my UGLee Pen to alleviate writing pain. Let’s take a closer look at each item.

  1. Shape
    I designed the shape of the UGLee Pen by carefully analyzing the bones of the hand through Xrays. The barrel and contours are perfectly engineered to follow the anatomy of the hand which results in ultimate comfort!
  2. Material
    Composed of a space age polymer that magnifies friction, you’ll find that you don’t have to exert any energy to grip the pen, it grips you! But, it’s not sticky. You have to feel it to believe it. The result is amazing grip with no effort.
  3. Weight
    Weight was very important in my design of UGLee Pen. The total weight is just 11 grams, (less than 1/2 ounce)! A heavy pen puts stress and strain on hand and finger joints making you work harder to write. With UGLee Pen, you experience virtually weightless writing.
  4. Ink
    Smooth ink is also a key factor. If your pen drags or sticks to the paper, this can cause your hand to exert extra effort while writing. The UGLee Pen ink glides over the writing surface.

UGLee Pen was designed to decrease the effort needed to write which in turn minimizes tension on muscles and relieves pressure on nerves and vessels. This is how a pen can alleviate writing pain. If you want ultimate comfort writing with no pain, I urge to you try my UGLee Pen. You won’t be disappointed.

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