Yoropen ballpoint pen

Front view of a Yoropen showing the ergonomic shape of the shaft. Side view of a Yoropen showing the depth and shape of the pen. Close view of a Yoropen showing the connection between the nib and the shaft of the pen. Rear view of a Yoropen showing the back of the packaging with illustrated instructions.
Front view of a Yoropen showing the ergonomic shape of the shaft. Side view of a Yoropen showing the depth and shape of the pen. Close view of a Yoropen showing the connection between the nib and the shaft of the pen. Rear view of a Yoropen showing the back of the packaging with illustrated instructions.
Details
Object number
AIBDC : 004522
Country
Date
2004 (circa)

Description

A packaged Yoropen, a ballpoint pen ergonomically designed for easier writing. The head of the pen is angled and includes a finger support which prevents fingers from slipping down towards the pen tip. This helps the user to maintain a good posture and prevets writing strain. It also creates a visual space between the pen tip and fingers, preventing fingers from obstructing the field of vision. The grip rotates to adjust to the preferred writing position. It is suitable for left or right handed writers. This pen was Gold medal winner at Geneva Inventions 2002.
Designers & Manufacturers
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Manufacturer

Inscriptions

printed: "Yoropen. Revolutionary design. Worldwide Patent No. 99925614.2.2313" (packaging)
Dimensions
Length
155mm
Method
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