Swan Neck Pens for Left Handed Seafarers

by OldSailor on March 6, 2009


Left handed seafarers, while writing with standard right handed pensĀ  swan_neck_pen_2

  • tilt the paper to different awkward angles.
  • have illegible ‘sloping’ writing styles.
  • experience even muscular pain in their wrists.
  • also young left-handers frequently confuse lowercase d’s and b’s, as well as their p’s and q’s.

Now ergonomically designed Swan Neck Pens are available to help them to write comfortably.

Some of the interesting features of Swan Neck Pens are:

  • have a unique, S-bend neck and grip area.
  • helps to hold the pen comfortably at a balanced angle.
  • can easily view all letters and words as they are written, just as right-handers do.
  • available now as brightly coloured everyday ballpoints, and in stylish aluminium.

Here are some photographs of Swan Neck Pens.



Here is an interesting video clip to explain the advantages of Swan Neck Pens.

For more information, log on to Swan Neck Pens.

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