Learn to write with the STABILO EASYergonomics Expert range!


The first school years are an exciting time for children: at last, it starts with numbers, letters and fun of learning to write. But how could we make sure that school children learn to write with joy and develop correct writing posture without having cramped hands?

STABILO is a leading provider of writing instruments, works closely with educators, scientists, designers, parents and children to develop meaningful and visually appealing ergonomic pens for starting to write. New research by STABILO has proven that a poor writing posture in children affect school performance and even can result health problems. Based on these findings, STABILO developed the STABILO EASYergonomics expert range, especially designed for children in an ergonomic shape that is appropriate for their age and hand size, and also available for left- and right-handed users. Writing with the STABILO EASY range is so relaxed, early fatigue muscles is prevented.

Parents are making the right choice in buying the STABILO EASY pens and pencils, as children can concentrate for longer periods of time and have more fun when writing or drawing.  Let’s help our children to write success stories with the STABILO EASYergonomics experts range with all versions available for left- and right-handers:

The STABILO EASYoriginal, or sometimes called STABILO s’move easy, is a contemporary alternative to the classic fountain pen: an ergonomically designed rollerball pen with the erasable ink. Suitable for those learning to write and school children aged 6 and over.

The STABILO EASYgel developed specially for those who write a lot, the gel rollerball pen sits perfectly in the hand and ensures flowing writing with little pressure.   Suitable for school children age 12 and over with high expectations.

The STABILO EASYergo 3.15 mm is a retractable graphite pencil for learning to write. An innovative, ergonomic pen design is specially developed for children who are just starting to write. Suitable for school children and pre-school children aged 5 and over.

The STABILO EASYergo 1.4 mm is a retractable graphite pencil with cushioned tip. An innovative, ergonomic pen design is suitable for those getting to grips with writing aged 7 and over.

The STABILO EASYcolors is the first ergonomic coloured pencil with triangular design and unique non-slip grip moulds ensure a relaxed hand posture. Range from 12 colours and each pencil has a name tag. Ideal for pre-school or school children at all stages.

The STABILO EASYgraph is the first ergonomic graphite pencil with triangular design and unique non-slip grip moulds ensure a relaxed hand posture. HB-grade lead equally suitable for both writing and sketching. Ideal for children learning to write or school children.

To prolong the life of your bellowed pen or pencil, you would need to stock up on STABILO refills.  We have a full range of STABILO EASY rollerball refills for EASYoriginal and EASYgel pens, available in the choice of 3 ink colours – black, blue or red.  For STABILO EASYergo pencils choose STABILO 3.15 or 1.4 leads.

The STABILO EASYergonomics range can’t be complete without erasers or sharpeners especially designed for left- and right-handers. Ideal for pre-school children and school children aged 5 and over for use with STABILO EASYergo 3.15 or 1.4, STABILO EASYcolors, STABILO EASYgraph pencils.

Young children sometimes need the right motivation and support together with the right technology to help them through their learning journey and this can be achieved with the huge range of products from STABILO EASY ergonomic pens or pencils.

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