Book Magic Book Clip and Stand (Chrome)
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Hands-free reading! Portable and small enough to fit in your purse. Whether you're trying to follow a difficult recipe from a cook book or reading your kids their bedtime story, our convenient Book Magic Book Clip by Maverick Ventures will let you do it with a free hand. This innovative design keeps books in place, open to a particular page and upright too! So kick back and relax with a glass of wine while you enjoy your favorite book. When your done you can slide the clip into the closed book sideways to mark your page as a bookmark too. The clip and stand comes in a chrome finish, occupies minimum space, and is easy to maintain. Use it at home, in your office, at the gymor even at school. It works well with books, magazines, and other reading material. Stong and Durable long lasting USA made quality.
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I would caution however, that you read the instructions and use it exactly how they say, because I can see how it might easily tear pages if misused.
I am reading a very thick paperback book. In order to keep the book open enough to read both the left and right pages, I needed to insert this clip so that it held a a lot of pages and was thus firm. This made it hard to slip the clip up every time I needed to turn the page.
Another problem--it's really not a hands-free device if you have a smallish book and are a fast reader. Page turning was frequent, meaning I needed to hold the left side of the book with my left hand while I slipped the clip up, flipped the right-hand page, and then slipped the clip back down. A very few minutes later, the same process was needed all over again.
I have been looking for a solution to book holding and page turning for quite a while; I had real hopes for this little device, but it didn't deliver.