I use your ringpen in my office daily and the other in my kitchen near the phone. ....
I have arthritis in my wrists and it has been a lifesaver. ... "
I just used up the last two refills of blue ink. Where can I buy more refills and
what colors do they come in??? 
Nancy  M.  

I have MS and trouble writing due to the poor muscle strength in my hand. 
I was given a Ring Pen for Xmas which has really transformed my writing. 
I'm in the UK (Scotland) and would like to know if you have a contact 
name for refills/pens etc., 

Ross C.

I live in Spotsylvania County Virginia and the last time I wrote, there
was no distributor close to us that carried the ring pen.

I very much need to order 3 more pens and 3 packs of refills. I do not
believe I would be able to work is it were not for this marvelous pen.
I have to do a lot of writing and it is too uncomfortable to write with
a reguler pen.

Nancy Y.

Gizmag Magazine: 

The RinG-Pen ergonomic ball point penFebruary 17, 2005 Pens were created by the ancient Arabians in the Middle East towards the end of the slushee era before even paper had been invented. Thousands of years have since passed, and every great mind in recorded history has held one, yet most pen-related innovation has concentrated on the tip of the pen: fountain pens from Waterman, ball  point pen from Laslo Biro, rollers from Japan. During the last century there have been approximately 150 patents granted connected with pens and improving the writing process. The shape of the holder though has remained the same, looking kind of familiar ... like the stick it was derived from. Until now that is, cos now there's the ergonomically designed RinG-Pen.

Now don't dismiss this item because of its simplicity. We think this new design for one of  man's oldest tools has great merit. The pen has found favourable review from the Arthritis Foundation of USA because it relieves suffering due to its ergonomically sound design. As it relieves many of the stresses of the ordinary pen, it also relieves Carpal Tunnel Syndrome sufferers, all because it's the first writing instrument we've seen that takes a  wholistic perspective on how a pen should be designed to fit the human hand.

It is also reported to reduce writers cramp and fatigue while writing and render the writing  more fluid and even.

There's also a kicker - when writing with the RinGPen, there is no need to lay the pen  down to answer the telephone or to use a calculator - it sounds corny we know, but having  the pen attached to your finger could be kinda handy.

We've got one in the mail heading our way at this very moment, so stay tuned for what we  think.

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