The Logical writing solution
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Fact: left-handers suffer more using standard pens designed for right handers than they do using any other right-handed tool.
That's because there are two main challenges that make left-handed writing especially difficult:
A left hand immediately obscures the letters and words just written - making it hard for the writer to keep track, especially when it's a child learning to write.
A left-handed writer can easily smudge ballpoint, roller ball, felt tip and other inks - making a mess of school work, letters and other important documents.
"Recent Left-hand Club research among 1000 left-hand writers shows that 99% of those surveyed have experienced difficulty with their writing".
The Challenges Illustrated
Our photos on the right illustrate the main left-handed writing traits:
'The Fist' - clutches pen in whole fist, obscuring most of the letters what are being written.
'The Hook Style' - tries hard to see what he or she is writing by tilting the paper to the left. If not dealt with early, the hooking problem can make a left hander's writing both slow and hard to read.
'The Overwriter' - writes following a steep rising line from ‘left to right’, sometimes at a full 90 degrees to the body.
‘The Underwriter' - tilts the paper to the left, adopting a downward sloping writing line. Letters
and words then tend to lean annoyingly forward.
confidence they can get.
calluses, even muscular pain.
The Swanneck Pen The Logical Writing Solution.
Swanneck Pens represent a revolution in left-handed ballpoint pen design that's not only ergonomic, it looks great too.
Extensive trials show that our easy-to-hold Swanneck profile generates nothing but a positive response, both from children and older writers who've long been frustrated by conventional right-handed pens.
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It's great for right-handers too!
Swanneck Pens are also ideal for right handers needing to write 'right to left' - for example in Arabic or Asian languages. Our simple but intelligent design solves 'cover up', speed, smudging and posture problems for 'right to left' writers just as effectively.