If you're left-handed and write in English or in another 'left to right' language, it's a familiar story. Writing left-handed with a standard pen can, quite literally, be a huge pain.
Slowly formed, sloping letters. Messy, smudged presentation. Reversed d's and b's, p's and q's... Even physical discomfort. It's all part and parcel of the left hander's nightmare that often emerges when learning to write in childhood. Up until now, many thought it would never disappear.
"Smudging is a common issue for left-handers with over 88% experiencing the problem"
Our smart Swanneck Pens are an elegantly simple solution to the left-handed writing needs that ultimately affects some 1 in 6 worldwide - a staggering 1 billion people.
Top pick of Gulf Educational Supplies and Solutions Show 2014
All models in the Swanneck Pens range feature a unique, S-bend neck and grip area. This enables left-handed writers to hold the pen comfortably at a balanced angle and easily view all letters and words as they are written, just as right-handers do.
Swanneck Pens don't just make left-handers of all ages happier and better writers. They make writing a breeze for right-handers working in Arabic and other 'right to left' languages such as those used throughout Asia too.
Available now as brightly coloured everyday ballpoints, and in stylish aluminium, Swanneck Pens really are something to write home about!
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