Product DescriptionThe dead guy pen holder won't make you a better employee or get you that coveted and well deserved raise but it will help keep you sane and organized at ... [Read more]
Top ReviewsStress Ball Paul is worth it.
by Areesha (5 out of 5 stars)
December 1, 2017
I bought this because I tend to pull at the skin around my fingernails when I feel stressed out. Bear in mind, this is my first stress ball so I don't really have much to compare to. At first, I thought it was a little too hard to squeeze, but now over time, it's lost some of that rigidity and fits in my hand easily. It does have a tendency to get dusty, but if you wash it off, it's as good as new. I'd say it's a good option.
A quirky pen holder.
by Crimm (5 out of 5 stars)
September 10, 2019
I ordered my Dead Fred on August 29, 2019, I received it on September 9, 2019. I seem to have received the legitimate Dead Fred, whereas some customers have complained of receiving a knockoff. The packaging says he is silicone rubber. He does not smell, as some reviewers have said. I suspect that those reviewers got the knockoff. It is fairly sturdy. Flexible but not soft. It should hold up to being repeatedly stabbed with a pen. Otherwise, it's a pen holder. It successfully holds my pen. I can't really say much more.
Stinky Dead Fred
by D. Marshall (1 out of 5 stars)
August 23, 2016
This was horrible as far as it product it's made with stinks. The smell stays on your hands and is horrible. I tried to "air" them out but it does not lessen. I thought it would be a cute desk gift but no way! I can't give this to anyone.
pricey but cool
by Judilyn (4 out of 5 stars)
December 4, 2012
First of all, he's naked. Not shown in picture: his butt. He is quite small; you can squish all of him in your hand. So I couldn't believe I actually spent more than $5 on him. When I first got him, he was sticky, but quickly aquired a layer of dust, or oils, or skin cells to remedy that. It is fun to play with him, apparently, because he often disappears from my desk only to be found on other co-workers desks. Who would think so many people would want to play with a naked purple fetal man?
Dead Fred Has Livened Up My Desk
by Paul B (5 out of 5 stars)
January 8, 2016
Any time someone is near my desk they notice my awesome pen holder and comment on it. I love this thing, and it used to be that I was always setting my pens down in random places or they would get lost under a pile of papers or other junk. Now, with this pen holder I always know where my pen goes and if I notice that Dead Fred is missing his pen I will quickly locate it and return it to its rightful place. I wish that there were maybe some different poses that were offered and maybe some different colors so I could have several of these at my desk. These make a great gift for someone in your office, or really anyone with a desk and pen...SUCK UK has some pretty cool other products I just noticed the other day and would love to check some of them out in person.
Dead Spiderman... Not Dead Fred!
by Laura (2 out of 5 stars)
December 29, 2016
Thought it would be a fun gift and bought two. Wanted it for my sister's husband Fred... since the packaging said, "Dead Fred"... but this does not come with packaging or any mention of Dead Fred... In fact, it is NOT a Dead Fred at all. It is a Dead Spiderman! Instead of having "X" for eyes as pictured, there are triangles and it is clearly Spiderman instead. If Dead Spiderman is funny... then this is the item for you.
Love my Dead Fred
by Ginny (5 out of 5 stars)
July 14, 2015
I love this guy. I get so many strange looks in the office because of the dead man holding my pen, but as the receptionist I needed a good conversation starter.
He's made out of a nice material. A good quality rubber. Ink wipes away easily in case you mis-stab him, so he doesn't get all marked up with use.
This is a fun piece for work or a home office. I recommend if you're a little twisted like me.
Not what I needed
by Tyler D (2 out of 5 stars)
September 12, 2013
I guess something like a Stress/Hand relief is a pretty personal thing, for me, I was really disappointed with this. I wanted something to work my hands during down time at my computer for relief. Paul was much smaller than I thought, hardly a hand workout even if I squeezed him lengthwise. Just wasn't much friction to him. The material is weird also, it's a soft, rubbery, almost sort of sticky material. Almost feels gross to touch it.
I still stuck with it for a bit, until I went on a week vacation and came back and saw him completely covered in dust and lint, it was disgusting, it wouldn't even wipe off, I just tossed him.
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