I recently received some Uglee Pens to try (for free!) from Tomoson. Their pens have been ergonomically designed to give you the best, comfortable grip. As the mom of a child who has different needs, I was very intrigued by this design. They claim that this ergonomic pen was "designed for every hand". Thought I didn't confirm this statement with a wide variety of users, I do know that my children (smaller hands) loved writing with this pen.
When it comes to testing out pens, I do believe I have a different take than most people. See, I spend alot of time writing on our kitchen wall. No, I'm not *that* crazy (well...sometimes). But I write on my kitchen wall because that's where we keep the calendar & the kid's schedules and everything like that. Okay, so once in a while there will be an unfinished art project, but for the most part, it' writing sideways. On a wall.
For those of you familiar with wall writing (except God-He can use his finger for that, and I don't think there's any comparison ;), pens tend to stop working when they are tilted sideways. This means that as soon as I opened up my Uglee pens, I started scribbling on my wall! Yes! And just look how much ink I was able to use before it died!
After I was using the pen for a short time, the two year-old decided to take it apart. After he lost the black top, he pulled the squishy part off the pen. Then the family proceeded to snap each other with it.
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