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Pilot Pen Dr. Grip Center of Gravity, Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Pen with Black Ink (36192)
21.90 SAR

Pilot Pen Dr. Grip Center of Gravity, Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Pen with Black Ink (36192)

by  Pilot, Stationery -  967 ratings

21.90 SAR 

+ 18.15 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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  • A portion of all sales goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation
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    Brand
    Pilot
    UPC-A
    800187876807
    Item EAN
    2724594522431
    ASIN
    B003VNEZUY
    Color
    Color
    Pink
    Weight & Dimensions
    DG
    DG
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    PIL36192 UNITED STATIONERS (OP) PEN,DR.GRIP BCA COG,BK

 

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  • Handwriting solution for those with hand problems
    By Meg Ziv on 23 March 2016

    I have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and so one of my many symptoms is my hands fatiguing VERY fast. I'm talking after writing out my first name, my hand gives up and my penmanship is terrible. These have really helped me put much less pressure on my hands when writing.

    Definitely recommend if you have problems with fatigue during writing, arthritis, or anything else along those lines.

    25 people found this review helpful

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  • Great pen for people with hand pain (and everyone else)
    By Badger on 16 November 2018

    I have a couple of these pens and replace them or give them away regularly. The Dr. Grip Center of Balance pen has a nice weight to it and is well balanced. It feels really good resting on your knuckles as you write. The lower barrel also has a soft gel covering which makes long writing sessions much more comfortable.

    The ink flows well, not scratchy or skippy. It's great for fast writing and taking notes during a lecture.

    If you have hand pain (because of arthritis or other injury) this pen will feel much more comfortable than others. The larger size makes it easier to grip and means your fingers can be spaced a little farther apart while writing. I have a bit of pain in the distal knuckle of my middle finger, but I can write for long periods with this pen.

    The Dr. Grip Center of Balance is heavier than the regular Dr. Grip; I like this one better but they're both fine writing tools.

    Buying the pink version supports breast cancer research which is just a great bonus.

    It's a great pen overall with features that will help people with physical injuries in their hands. Highly recommended.

    6 people found this review helpful

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  • The Best Pen EVER
    By jenny reviews on 31 January 2018

    This is my favorite pen of all time. I write in cursive so I need a pen that writes smoothly. The ballpoint ink lasts for ages and the barrel is soft. They used to make the barrel's plastic a little softer, which is what I prefer, but I think they changed the formula. This plastic is stiffer, but still feels good. The pen itself is thick and heavy, which I like when I'm writing. I always write with this pen.

    10 people found this review helpful

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  • This Pilot pen is my very favorite pen EVER, and I've been scouring office supply stores for a great pen for years!
    By Lacemaker427 on 12 May 2014

    I have no idea how I could be happier with this pen! Since my diagnosis of MS 20 years ago, my grip has significantly weakened, which makes handwriting much more difficult and tiring to produce. I have been looking for all this time for a pen (and mechanical pencil) that is supremely comfortable in my hand, intelligently ergonomically designed, and is also dignified, classy, and beautiful. My search is over -- this Dr Grip Center of Gravity Retractable Ball Point Pen fits all of my requirements. I love the blue insert in the cushy well-proportioned grip. I also bought a pink "Breast Cancer" awareness (which included a donation to research). I am well satisfied with the lovely shade of blue ink as well, because it neither skips, nor "railroads," (meaning leaving two thin blue lines rather than one neat line). It doesn't smudge excessively either, which I particularly appreciate, being a left-handed writer with a right-handed slant. I'm always dragging my hand through what I just wrote, and this ink dries fast enough to avoid smudgy correspondence.

    If I were to ask for something to make this pen beyond perfect, I would ask for more colors: deep purple, maroon, blue-green, and,...well, surprise me! I might just have to buy more pens so I can write with these great colors!

    18 people found this review helpful

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  • For a ballpoint pen? Great!
    By Dinakar Sarma on 30 January 2019

    I generally use fountain pens, but there are situations where I need a ballpoint. If I'm flying, I prefer ballpoint, because the fountain pens tend to leak. If I need to fill out a carbon copy form (it happens way more often than you'd think), the ballpoint is necessary. If I'm running around the city, I'm not going to trust my fountain pen to have enough ink. Ballpoint to the rescue.

    Of all the ballpoints I've used, the Dr. Grip is the best. It doesn't have liquid or gel ink that can take a bit to dry, like fountain pens or gel ink pens do. It's got that old school sticky ink that dries instantly as soon as it hits the page. The grip is squishy and comfortable to hold. It's one of the primary reasons I switched to fountain pen: I don't have to press down as hard, and my giant beast hands can hold onto the bigger pens with ease. This solves all those problems and more.

    If they didn't cost what they do, I'd have a giant stack of these on me at all times.

    2 people found this review helpful

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