Handwriting is not a skill we practice much past school, especially now that most of our writing is done by keyboard. But, in certain circumstances, we still get judged by the quality of our handwriting.
We all want to be more environmentally friendly to help protect our planet as much as possible for future generations. In 2017, the global pen market was valued at approximately 15 billion U.S. dollars and is forecast to reach a value of 19 billion U.S. dollars by 2025.
As we discussed in How Do You Recycle Ink pens recycling pens is very difficult to do. So, when it comes to ink pens one of the best ways to reduce your environmental footprint is to buy recycled pens. However, this is easier said than done as most manufacturers do not make pens from recycled materials because they are a lot more expensive to produce.
Do you suffer from pain or discomfort when writing? ergonomic pens can help to relieve your pain and make writing more pleasurable. This guide is designed to help people suffering from conditions such as arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis or a repetitive stress injury. It is also for those in professions that require a lot of writing by hand
We provide detailed information and recommendations as to which are the best ergonomically designed ballpoint pens, gel pens, fountain pens, rollerball pens & pencils. This will help you to choose the best ergonomic pen for your needs and help ease any pain or discomfort you may have while writing.
The World’s First Self-Sharpening Pencil
The trouble with using a mechanical pencil is that the tip of the lead changes shape as you write, thickening from a fine point to a chisel edge. Words lose their crisp shape and lines get thicker, which is particularly problematic for engineers and others that need uniform lines. The Kuru Toga by Uni-ball is the first mechanical pencil to offer a solution.
A Good Cause: The Pentel/Breast Cancer Campaign Partnership
Pentel is up to something good involving breast cancer research, and we want to take a minute to tell you about it.
Did you know that female breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in the UK? As many as 44,000 women learn they have breast cancer each year, and more than 12,000 die from the disease, according to a report from the Office for National Statistics.