Dr. James Lee from California asked me to try out his invention, The UGLee Pen, and write a review of it on my blog. He sent me some of his pens, which I must add are well named because they truly are not a fashion statement (even though they come in numerous fun colors), but they are ergonomically splendid! Oh, so comfortable and a good conversation starter to boot!
I spent several hours in a waiting room trying to keep my mind off the current situation, so I decided to play some Sudoku and brought along the Uglee pen to see how well it would hold up. After 2 hours of using it, my hand was not affected negatively at all and I realized the longer you used it, the smoother it seemed to write. Your grip adjusts to the ease of the flow of ink and you hardly have to apply any pressure.
If you are a student, or a nurse, or someone who writes by hand all day long this could be the pen for you. I would also think from my limited experience with this pen that if you have carpal tunnel or rheumatism or have a child that developmentally is struggling with fine motor skills, this would be helpful. This is just my opinion and if you order one and your carpal tunnel doesn’t disappear, please don’t curse me. But as a nurse who spent many years charting on paper, I like this pen. It will not put that little divot on your second digit like every pen usually does for me.
Now Dr. Lee is not paying me any money for this review, just sent me 3 pens, and asked me to spread the word of his ergonomic creation. If you are interested, please go to his website at: www.ugleepen.com