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Stabilo S Move Easy Left Handed Pen (in blue or pink) Plus 3 Refills rrp £7 - Usually around £5-£6 - £3.50 at Tesco
Stabilo S Move Easy Left Handed Pen (in blue or pink) Plus 3 Refills rrp £7 - Usually around £5-£6 - £3.50 at Tesco

Stabilo S Move Easy Left Handed Pen (in blue or pink) Plus 3 Refills rrp £7 - Usually around £5-£6 - £3.50 at Tesco

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Stabilo S Move Easy Left Handed Pen with 3 Refills - rrp £7 - Usually around £5-£6 - £3.50 at Tesco

These pens have great reviews and were recommended by my daughters school.

Link for info provided by Acs (thanks) - anythingleft-handed.co.uk/sta…tml

Blue or pink in ours - Instore - or can be ordered online

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WTF's a left handed pen? I'm left handed and have never seen a right handed one let alone this!

...maybe this will change my whole life?!

I also am baffled. I've never before needed a left-handed pen... the normal ones work exactly the same either way.

Original Poster

Krinkle

WTF's a left handed pen? I'm left handed and have never seen a right … WTF's a left handed pen? I'm left handed and have never seen a right handed one let alone this!...maybe this will change my whole life?!



i'm a leftie too - but they recommended this at school for my left handed daughter - here's the info from a couple of google sites- The funky pen that looks the part, writes like a dream and is great fun to use. Unusually, the pen has been made with a special left handed version with the grip moulded for a comfortable fit in the left hand. Top marks to Stabilo for looking after the left-handers for a change! With its exchangeable rollerball tip cartridges, the Stabilo S'move Easy glides perfectly over the paper and it can be erased with a fountain pen eraser just like normal fountain pen ink. The cap twists on and off to lock securely and can be snapped on to the end of the pen when you are writing so it will not get lost.

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Acx

http://www.anythingleft-handed.co.uk/stabilo_s_move.html



thanks - added to the top

voted hot as Im left handed and helps

my 6yr old son is left handed but i dont see how this would make any difference to him as all pens are pretty much universal, i dont think a normal pen would be any easier for a right handed child to learn to write with than a leftie.

voted hot as my son is a lefty also, i paid over £6.00 for this months ago in Tesco, but my son cant get on with the pen, just makes a huge mess on the paper so hes back on a normal fountain pen ( since he was 6 years old they've had to use fountain pens)
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