Many people learn how to hold a pencil properly by the age of five years old, making a design like that of the Glue Pen much more intuitive to grasp and use. This sleek and modern adaptation of the glue gun is a departure from the often awkward shape of the trigger-based craft appliance that tends to topple over, to leak and to strain the wrist.
Soon Bok Kang's contemporary creation is shaped much like a marker with a thickset shaft for easy grasping. Its smooth but changing contours allow for better grip and it can be handled in a way that's familiar. The Glue Pen comes with a hi-tech charging stand, sticky "lead" capsules and an impressive cordless design for more freedom in use.
Ergonomic Adhesive Dispensers
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Published: Dec 20, 2012 • References: yankodesign