The EzGrip Pen/Tool Grip (formerly known as Add-A-Grip) has the same benefits as
the EzGrip Pen.
The rubber pen, pencil, and tool grip provides the same comfort, the same light touch, the same
control, and the same ergonomic injury prevention qualities.
The rubber pencil grips are used in schools K-12 used by students and teachers, colleges,
industry, microelectronics and medical environments.
They are referred
to as rubber grips, pen grips, pencil grips, or grippers. They can be attached
to, or can replace existing grips on any pen, pencil or pencil-like tool for
ease of use. Example: using pens such as Pilot G2, or Zebra Sarasa, their grips
are removed and the EzGrips slide on to replace them. The rubber grips are also
used on dental picks used in industry, probes, scalpels, modeling type knives
and small hobby tools. Also use the EzGrip grip whenever repetitive motions are
required to gain more precise control over the instrument used, and when small
implements must be used over long periods of time. We're part of school supplies
in the US, UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
pencil grips are made of a rubber composite that is hypoallergenic and can be
cleaned and chemically sterilized. The EzGrips have low electrostatic discharge
- ESD, and shedding properties. They are used in industries requiring clean-room
and electronics atmospheres. It is suggested the product be tested for each type
of application prior to use. The grips can be custom manufactured for industrial
and medical applications. Materials may be changed, and form-fit to specific
tools and for desirable properties such as vibration damping also.
The grips are rubber. When slipped over other rubber or plastic materials the
friction created can be a difficult task. We suggest using a drop of water in
the center hole to lessen the friction. The grip will go on smoother and expand
to suit the needed width. The water will evaporate. Do not use oils. Oil will
You can actually cut open the back of the grip with a scissors and wrap
it around and over existing rubber grips or larger products such as markers..
That old devil Friction will keep it in place. And if it doesn't, chances are
you're using too much pressure.
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EzGrip - Something to
Make Noise About
A homage with apology to Joan Miro
Only photographs were used. They were shaped to fit - bent, twisted, wrenched, curved...
but no actual harm came to any EzGrip in the making of this illustration. The chicken did scratch the illustrator though. cb