Left Handed Writing Tools


  • One Pair Left-Handed Scissors. Handles and stainless steel blades produced using recycled materials. Ergonomically designed for lefty comfort. 8″ overall length with 3.5″ blades.
  • One Languages Spiral Notebook. Is your lefty studying one of the 33 languages shown on our notebook cover? This notebook says “left-handed” in languages from all around the world. Opens from left to right so lefties can write comfortably without putting their wrists over the spiral. Heavy-duty cover, college ruled; 100 tear out sheets that can go in a three ring binder; one subject; one double pocket.
  • One Left-Handed Ruler printed with “Lefties Rule” . Colorful ruler has numbers reversed so they read from right to left, far easier for lefties to work with (Color may vary).
  • One 2-Pack of Visio Pens (1 black and 1 blue). Our best-selling product, the new Visio pens have a hooked neck so lefties can see what they’re writing, often for the first time, as well as an ergonomic left-handed grip and fast-drying ink.
  • 2 Pentel Fast Drying Pens, one with black ink, one with blue ink.

Are You Left-Handed? Read Folk-Lore

Folklore and Superstitions

For thousands of years, the Devil has been associated with the left hand in various ways and is normally portrayed as being left-handed in pictures and other images. In the seventeenth century it was thought that the Devil baptised his followers with his left-hand and there are many references in superstitions to the “left-hand side” being associated with evil. As an example, in France it was held that witches greet Satan “avec le bras gauche” or with the left hand. It is also considered that we can only see ghosts if we look over our left shoulder and that the Devil watches us over the left shoulder.

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