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Uglee Pen Review and Giveaway

About the Ultimate Grip Pen

Well by now we all know how obsessed I am with So of course every chance I get to review a new and different pen I am all over it ;o) The Uglee Pen is more then just an ugly pen (it isn't really ugly just different looking). It has an ergonomic design which provides comfort and ease of use to most any person. Now I must admit I took this pen out of the package and thought...ummmm.....this pen is kind weird. With a gel type pen grip covering about 2/3 of the pen the feel was a bit hard to get use to. It really wrote well though so I continued to use it and now I don't notice the feel of the pen. It is comfortable to hold and very light weight. Designed by Dr.James Lee a lot of thought went into designing a pen that could not only help adults who may suffer from the pain of constant writing with a traditional pen. This pen has also seen many uses in children with Autism, Juvenile Arthritis and more. You can read more about this on their blog which can be found HERE. Dr.Lee wants to give one of my readers the chance to try this amazing pen for themselves. He has offered up a giveaway of one product to one of my readers. Please make sure to enter on the rafflecopter below to have the chance to win. a Rafflecopter giveaway I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


I love these pens. And I learned by visiting the website that it can prevent future hand problems with small children. Thanks for the great giveaway.
Melinda Dunne said…
I love these pens. I think it is great it was created for doctors.
Lisa Brown said…
I learned that the pen's made of ballistics-grade nylon
deanna_boocock said…
developed by a Dr. James Lee
June M. said…
They weigh less than half an ounce!
Shayla Burks said…
I love how light they are and that they'd help with kids learning to write! Taylor could use one (and me, too!)
Heather! said…
I learned that they were designed and created by a real physician (Dr. Lee) to be ergonomic and comfortable to use. And I think they're cute!

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