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Easy-Read: The Amazing Book and Document Holder

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2012

    This is the best book holder that I own. I have tried numerous t

    This is the best book holder that I own. I have tried numerous types, and this one I use most often. It firmly holds my books open, and can be tilted at numerous angles. The tilt leg on the back swivels in any position behind your book to hold the book just about any way you would want. The pictures here don't do it justice. I can place it on the bed beside me as I lie on my side, and the swivel leg will accommodate to the viewing angle I like. Similarly, if I read in bed lying on my back, I can place this at whatever distance I want from my eyes, and use that swivel leg to hold it in place on my body. I can do the same leaning back a little or a lot in a chair, and that little swivel leg will hold the book nicely. (This is mostly lighter books I use that for.) I can also easily grasp the swivel leg in my hand and hold the book that way. I would expect you could easily add a neck "sling" to suspend the book around your neck if you wanted to do that.

    I also use it to add a tilt leg to my various ereaders and tablets, since it is so infinitely tiltable to any angle.

    The only complaint that I have had is that the sliding spring clips don't slide in quite far enough for very small paperbacks to always be securely held. The spring clips probably don't open quite far enough for really thick books, but are great for the majority of my smaller books.

    The other feature is that the swivel leg also has a sliding length adjustment that is handy. I don't use much the removable stand you can set the swivel leg into. Another point not described here is that you can fold the swivel leg sidewise to be parallel to the page clip section, making it smaller to store.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 14, 2013

    This is best book stand ever! Hold thick books, eases neck ache!

    This is best book stand ever! Hold thick books, eases neck ache! Try it, you would be disappointed. Holds my thick medical books (student here) with no damage to books, easy to turn pages without damaging pages, back tilts for the "lean"

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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