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Are you ready to see the most comfortable pen ever? Here it is... The UGLee Pen.
The UGLee Pen is designed, created and USED by a doctor! You may be wondering how it got its name. Dr. Lee created the pen, he called it the Ultimate Grip pen, then, add in his name Lee and there you have it. It really doesn't have much to do with its looks as you can see.
More about the construction:
The Grip is made of a Ballistics grade Nylon and is virtually indestructible according to Dr. Lee. The UGLee Pen is also refillable! The ink inside is a combination of gel and ball point, you get the smoothness of a gel pen and the durability of a ballpoint!
I received 3 UGLee Pens to review! One of them I took to work and several of my fellow associates asked about the pen. This is probably due to its unique shape. It does seem to draw a lot of attention... haha, get it? Sorry, I couldn't help myself. One of my coworkers tried it out and said "wow, that's smooth, I'm keeping this one." Of course I snatched it back and said "Get your own." Then used it to jot down the website...
The second and third pens are at home. On is in my daughters pencil drawer and the other in my drawer! I really do like this pen. I have bought those rubber cushion things before but all they really cushion is your finger tip. The grip on this pen goes all the way up to the clip. That means its not only gripping your whole hand but cushioning it as well. This is by far the most comfortable pen I have ever used.
My opinion of the ink is a little less favorable. Don't misunderstand the ink is awesome! I work in retail and frequently have to write on a receipt. The ink is quite skippy on this coated heat/pressure sensitive paper. Now, I'm not terribly surprised as there are few pens that are great on this type of paper and on any other surface this has been the smoothest and most comfortable pen I've ever used!
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