The PenAgain Ergosof is seen by many as “the world’s most comfortable pen”. It’s certainly very ergonomic. It’s a crucial tool for teaching young people correct grip, for students confronted with long hand-written exams… and for anyone who suffers writer’s cramp, has writing difficulties, a touch of arthritis, or is just sick of pens going AWOL from their desk.
The patented PenAgain wishbone shape begs you to thread your index finger between the two arms. This causes the hand to relax, and leaves the weight of the hand to hold the pen in place. Stress on the hand, wrist, and forearm disappears.
The PenAgain Ergosof has a comfortable soft rubber coating, a pocket clip and a retractable cap. And it looks just strange enough that the whole office would know it’s your pen and not to ‘borrow’ it.
And this is an eco-friendly pen. Despite its affordable price, the PenAgain isn’t a disposable. It takes universal small refills available at most newsagencies. And The Good Store.
There’s a great story behind this pen : It’s inventor Colin Roche dreamed it up in 1987 whilst being in school detention. The idea nagged at him for fifteen years until an old friend (and engineer) gave him some technical sketches of his wishbone pen for a 30th birthday present. And a funny looking but comfortable pen was born.
– Comes with two spare refills