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Uglee is in the Eye of the Beholder {giveaway}


The Ultimate Grip Pen by Dr. Lee

I write a fair amount at work. Yeah, you would think that writing would be all but obsolete with with computers and all, but that is just not the case. Then again, I tend to be a bit old school. Computers are okay for some things, but I’m a notetaker. Give me a pad and and pen over a screen and keyboard any day!

Unfortunately, this also means cramped hands from writing longhand for long periods of time. Yeah, no text shortcuts for me. Not a child of the computer age and I’m good with that.

Dr. Lee created the UGLee pen to minimize hand cramping for people like me. Okay, for all kinds of people, but people who write. And this is great for people with arthritis, too (I don’t know this first hand, but if it helps me it has to help them, right? possibly?).

One thing I really like, besides the comfort thing, is these pens are refillable! Less waste and I’m all for that.┬áThe UGLee pen weighs a mere 11 grams and the grip is comfortable without being sticky (or adding unnecessary weight).

Right now a pack of 3 pens will run you $19.95 plus shipping. A pack of ten refills are $15 plus shipping. And you can get red, black, or blue ink. Not to mention how happy you will make your hands.

Win It

Dr. Lee, inventor of the UGLee Pen, wants you to try it, too. Winning is super simple. Just follow the steps in the Rafflecopter widget below. Giveaway ends Wednesday, September 19, 2012 and is open to residents of the U.S. who are 18 or older.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

 

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4 comments on “Uglee is in the Eye of the Beholder {giveaway}

Pennie B

Found out it takes years to build up your muscles to write

Helen

it is designed by a doctor

Donna George

Anyone can benefit from using an ergonomic pen

Erika P.

I learned that it took 8 years to design and perfect the pen.

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