I was given three ergonomic pens to try and review.
You can buy three pens for $19.99 on their website.
The Uglee Pen was designed by a doctor to be ergonomically correct and super comfortable. As well as being comfortable, I believe it could be useful in teaching children the proper way to hold a pen, although I didn’t try this much because three-year olds and ink scare me a bit. It is also helpful to people who hold their pens to tight (guilty). I honestly didn’t notice a huge difference in comfort, but that is probably because I don’t write for long periods of time, and don’t have any joint problems.
The comfort pen has a cushioned gel grip and is very lightweight. Despite its name it isn’t particularly ugly, although mine are a yellow color I wouldn’t choose myself (I would totally pick the pink one). The soft grip has little specks of glitter in it, which I think is awesome.
There are a couple of downfalls to this pen. The main one is its name: Uglee Pen. I gave one to my husband to use for work, but he said that with the name written on it in bold letters, it didn’t come off very professional, and he wasn’t comfortable handing it over to customers. Perhaps in the future they will make an “executive line” that has a classier look.
The other downfall is also a main selling point: the gel grip. While it is awesome for writing, and looks really fun, it isn’t a pen that you can throw in the bottom of your purse. All the little crumbs (what don’t you have crumbs in your purse?) will stick to the grip.
For all the times you need a pen, but don’t need to make a professional impression, this is a great option. It would also be great for kids going back to school, since it is fun and comfortable.
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.