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Ergonomic Pen Giveaway: UGLee Pen

We have a winner for the UGLee Pen giveaway! Congratulations to Michelle from California, and thank you to everyone who entered!

Remember how much writing you did in school? Even with everyone having iPads and laptops, you probably find yourself bringing a pen to office meetings or class and after a while, your hand hurts. I was an art history major, so you can imagine there was a LOT of writing going on. Even though I tried to use my laptop in grad school as much as possible, I still went through a ton of notebooks and sore hands.

Stanford educated physician, Dr. James Lee, developed an ergonomic pen to help people who have to write a lot (even those who don't do much writing may want to try it). If you suffer from carpal tunnel or arthritis, or have trouble holding a traditional pen, the unique soft grip of the UGLee Pen may make writing easier.

I received a set of pens to try, letting my husband use one and a good friend try another. If you're curious to see what it was like for me to try UGLee Pen, check out my UGLee Pen review video on YouTube.

Overall, I LOVE the ink flow and thickness. I'm very, very picky about that. However, I'm less inclined to want to use it for writing and drawing because I need to have a firm grip to write and draw detailed lines. The comfort grip is squishy, so I had a hard time making neat letters. That said, I do keep one in my purse and have used it quite a bit for writing shopping lists and jotting quick notes.

Want to learn more about UGLee Pen? Check out and Like their Facebook page and follow them on Twitter for the latest news.


I have a set of three UGLee Pens to give away to one lucky blog reader!

This giveaway will run until February 11, 2014. Please feel free to spread the word about this giveaway, especially to anyone looking to try a new style of pen with an ergonomic grip!

The giveaway is open to US residents over 18. A winner will be randomly chosen by Rafflecopter. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to the announcement email or a new winner will be announced. The giveaway prize is sponsored by UGLee Pen.

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FTC compliance: While I did receive product samples at no charge for review purposes, I was not compensated for this post and all opinions are my own. This event is in no way associated with Facebook or Twitter. 

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.


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