The Case of the (almost) Missing UGLee Ergonomic Pen (plus a giveaway)


Nope, I didn’t spell “ugly” wrong. The pen really is called an UGLee pen (even if they are ugly). The ‘U’ in UGLee stands for “ultimate,” the ‘G’ for “grip,” and ‘Lee’ is the last name of the pens creator, Dr. James Lee. These pens do have a very unique grip. I’ve never owned a pen quite like this one, or quite as expensive as this one either!

Dr. Lee set out to design an extraordinarily comfortable ergonomically designed pen, a pen that wouldn’t make your hand cramp. The pen weighs a mere 11 grams (that’s super light, even for a pen). The ink writes very smoothly, too. But what I like best of all about the pen is the comfy, squishy grip on it. Overall, I really like the pen, but at $19.99 for a three pack, I seriously doubt I’d ever purchase the pens on my own. I will certainly enjoy using the pens while I have them though!

Apparently Luke liked the pen too, because he was toting the pen through the house. I asked what he was doing with my pen.

He casually stated, “I thought I’d take it to work.”

Oh no! This was not going to happen! My husband was not going to kidnap one of my fancy, expensive, new pens and hold it hostage at work…or worse yet, lose it at work! I calmly but firmly let him know I would not appreciate him doing that.

To which he responded, “Why not? I’ve taken some of our other pens to work.”

Ah ha! Now I know where all of my good pens have gone, you know the ones that actually write without having to scribble on the side of the page first. A bit agitated, I now scolded my husband, “You better not take anymore of my pens! Covenant Eyes can buy you your own pens for work, but you leave my pens alone.” He seemed a bit perplexed by my discomposure.

If you’re a Covenant Eyes employee and if you see one of my lovely pink UGLee pens at work, don’t give it to Luke! Be sure to bring it directly to me. Oh, and if you happen to be one of Luke’s supervisors, would you please purchase a few decent pens for him to use at Covenant Eyes so he doesn’t feel tempted to steal my pens.

If you, too, would like to try out a three pack of these fancy, expensive pens, but you’re like me and much too cheap frugal to purchase them, you’re in luck! We’re having yet another raffle giveaway and all you need to do is complete at least one of the following items below, or complete several of them for more chances to win. This giveaway will end 7/31/12?

Leave us comments to let us know what you’ve done!

  1. Leave us a comment telling us one thing you learned about the UGLee Pen by going to their website.
  2. Like UGLee Pen on Facebook.
  3. Like Intoxicated on Life on Facebook (and if you already ‘like’ us, just say so below).
  4. Follow UGLee Pen on Twitter.
  5. Follow Intoxicated on Life on Twitter (and if you already follow us, just say so below).
  6. Daily bonus entries: tweet about one of our posts and/or share a post on Facebook, one post per day. Don’t forget to let us know in our comments each day what post you’ve shared!

Unfortunately for our friends around the world, this giveaway is only for those residing in the US. 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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160 thoughts on “The Case of the (almost) Missing UGLee Ergonomic Pen (plus a giveaway)

  1. I learned it takes years to build up the correct muscles for writing and kids are at risk for repetitive stress injuries.

  2. I learned it takes years to build up the correct muscles for writing and kids are at risk for repetitive stress injuries.

  3. I learned that the UGLee Pen is mated with the smoothest ink system known, smoother than any roller ball, gel ink, or fountain ink pen.

  4. I went to the website and learned that If you do not love the pen, send it back and Dr. Lee will give you 100% of your money back, guaranteed!

  5. I learned it takes years to build up the correct muscles for writing and kids are at risk for repetitive stress injuries. Who would’ve thought this?

  6. I learned that Dr. Lee was determined to create his pen – one that would meet his expectations of comfort. Since then, he has spent over eight years to create the first truly comfortable pen. The pursuit of pen comfort became a hobby… no, an obsession during this eight year period. He dedicated an inordinate amount of his own time and resources in this endeavor. His drive to create the ultimate comfort pen led him to go as far as to study the structure of the human hand using X-ray and researching the attachment and function of hand muscles to design the perfect grip. Amazing! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  7. Something I learned is the UGLee Pen is mated with the smoothest ink system known, smoother than any roller ball, gel ink, or fountain ink pen.

  8. I visited UGLee on their website and I learned that The UGLee Pen is mated with the smoothest ink system known, smoother than any roller ball, gel ink, or fountain ink pen.

  9. I love that they have such great comfort grips on them! It would be so nice to have a pen like that since i am a server and use pens all day

  10. I followed both on Facebook, user name Kayla riddle. I believe the link is http://www.facebook.com/kpresjak

    I followed both also on twitter at kayla_rp211

    I’m very interested!!! I’m 23 with horrible Carpel tunnel— if nothing else please shoot me a product to review. Really I would love it , purchase and promote to the fullest!!!

  11. I also twitted it too @kayla_rp211. I learned that they are very light pens, at 11 grams and they are very comfortable. Would totally benefit someone with weak muscles or who suffer from some type of pain with writing. The fact that it was created by a doctor, Dr. James Lee also is very intriguing to make one purchase. Would love to try!

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