I am delighted to share this fun and informative review with you. You won’t want to miss her video!
Christina’s review of the ergonomic pen, our own UGLee Pen:
About the Pen
A man went to medical school, wrote like mad, and got hand-cramps. So he said, “We need a pen that writes well MINUS the hand cramps,” and Uglee Pen was born. I sympathize with this problem of hand-cramps. I remember journaling furiously in my youth (mostly about garbage with boys who had no idea I was obsessed with them) then found my hand almost numb, my wrist especially. Also writing notes in college–or written essays, HAND CRAMPS galore!
My take on this pen
I suppose it is called “Uglee Pen,” because the design may look ugly with its long tube-like cushion that resembles small hand-grenades stacked on top of each other. I didn’t find it too Uglee. I like a pen that says, “I follow the beat of my own drummer,” or “I’m one of a kind,” and “Take that BIC, I’m UNIQUE!” I rather like the design. And the cushion is black BUT BLACK WITH SPARKLES! (mild sparkle, mind you, so don’t run away, non-sparkle people).
The writing is effortless with this pen. I mean effortless. I was amazed how smooth it glided over the page. I really could write with this thing for hours. I am a blogger, yes, but I do actually pen-in-hand write. When I’m out and about, I try to keep a small notebook for blog post inspirations. This Uglee pen will be my new purse-companion. (That is if my little girls don’t find it first.)
Not only is it easy to write with, but it is soft! The cushion reminds me of a pen that was popular in the 90s and sold at Sharper Image–it literally molded to the shape of your fingers. But that pen was nearly $50 dollars or something crazy.
My single complaint with this pen is I wish it were heavier. Although I suppose if I were to write for hours on end, I would in-fact appreciate the lightness.
I have made a video review for you all.
Thank you, Christina! at Laughing And Losing It