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LEVO Hands Free Book Stand for Hard Covers, Paperbacks, CookBooks, TextBooks, Magazines

by Levo
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  • LEVO book holders float books in front of your line of vision while you sit, recline, or lay.
  • You might like to add the LEVO Clip-on LED Light, or our eBook and Tablet Platform Kit.
  • Patented cantilever design swings out over your furniture. No need for clearance under furniture.
  • Adjustable height, swing, tilt, spin, fold, and roll perfectly position your book.
  • We're dedicated to perfecting your reading time. That's why we now include a Limited LIFETIME WARRANTY
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 48 x 13 x 13 inches ; 36 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 38.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000ABHIXG
  • Item model number: LBH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,207 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

We designed the Levo book holder to eliminate tired arms, kinked necks, and sore hands. It allows you to read in ultimate comfort from virtually any location. Add an eBook and iPad adapter to it, and you'll get the most out of your electronic devices. Our customers rave over the Levo Book Holder and our return rate is virtually non-existent. Buy one today, for the ultimate reading experience!

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Customer Reviews

We can read in bed as long as we like.
Noel Savage
All parts -- castors, stand, vertical pole, attaching book platform, wire page holders -- are good-looking, well-made, and flexible.
Patrick
Exceptionally well made, this stand is highly adjustable (height, angle, swing), and it is heavy enough to hold larger books.
jinbklyn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Zack Elbridge Hurt Jr. on August 4, 2009
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I am a compulsive reader, but my neck has about an ounce of titanium in it to hold it still. I probably couldn't read for more than 15 minutes if I had to hold the book up so my head and neck are in a proper posture; it would drop to 2-3 minutes if I had to look down at a book in my lap. A book-holder like this is a godsend. If you need something as much as I did, the price should not stop you. Save up for a couple of months, if you must, as I did. The first one I bought (the floorstand model) has worked perfectly. I am now saving up for the table mounted model to replace the jerry-rigged book-holder by my bed.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 17, 2011
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This is the best book stand I've ever had, and I've tried countless models/brands over the years. Neck/back issues require me to read without bending my neck to look down for any length of time. This completely solves that problem - no more setting my book holder on a stack of books on a table to read; no table even required now. This sits by my living room chair, but I can roll it into another room easily to use it there, which I've done several times. It works well at either side of chair (actually near the front corner of chair), or in front of me, at any height or angle I choose. The description mentions 6 positions. I'm not sure what this means, since it seems almost infinitely adjustable to me. There hasn't been a position I've tried to put it in that couldn't be accomplished by swiveling/tilting the backboard, or by positioning the articulating arm. It's well made, very sturdy, nothing flimsy about it. And it's attractive, too. I've had it for several weeks & use it every day. I have no complaints about it. Here are some things you can't tell from the pictures or description:
1. It rolls easily from room to room, but it weighs 35 lbs so I wouldn't want to take it up/down stairs often.(And I'm not sure how good it would be for the stand to be lifted & carried frequently?)
2. It has a footprint of about 13", plus about 1 1/4" on whichever side the swiveling wheels stick out on.
3. If like me you like to frequently carry your book around from room to room, or often take it with you when you leave home, you will find that you can't pick up your book & go as quickly now: there are rectangular pads behind which you've positioned the front & back covers and pages, fastened on by velcro straps (none of which shows in the pictures), & a page holder clip on each side.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By DC NY on May 20, 2010
It's amazing what you can find out there, to make your life more convenient, to help you immerse yourself in activities that you enjoy.

This review is about the stand model, but until recently I had only the desk model.

Now, the desk model works fine, as long as you happen to have a surface which the clamp will fit around, and which is strong enough to hold the book & bookholder. However, if you want to recline on the sofa, depending on your circumstances, it can be inconvenient to place a table close enough to the sofa. When you're finished reading and want to get up, you then have to move the table before your feet can reach the floor.

Enter the Levo stand model.

I purchased the second edition of Nassim Taleb's Black Swan last week, and decided to hold off on reading it until the Levo stand unit came in. Good move; Nassim's diatribes seem more tolerable and even humorous, when you can relax and remain focused on the material.

Also, it's convenient when you need to study and take notes at the same time. The book just 'hovers' there in midair so to speak, leaving your hands free to take notes on your iPad, laptop, or paper.

It's very easy to move this thing around (but only on the same floor. if you want to move it from one floor to another, you might be better off with the desktop model), and to adjust your book to wherever you are comfortable. E.g., if you are near-sighted and not wearing your glasses or contacts, then of course you pull it closer.

If you have a massage chair, you can get a good massage while reading your novel or textbook. Although the bookholder has a single basic purpose, it is flexible in the ways that you can use it.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By RT on July 24, 2010
I was a bit hesitant about buying this, thinking it might be flimsy or awkward to turn the pages. Now it's one of those things where it's hard to imagine that I lived without it for so long. It works perfectly. You can strap any size book in and turn pages with one hand. You can even read loose papers at a reverse incline if you just use a little binder clip at the top. Everything rolls and swings just the way it should. I thought it was ugly at first but I love it now. I actually read more because I have this thing.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gabe on December 18, 2012
While sturdy, the stand is not easily adjustable. It consists of a base that is essentially a heavy weight on wheels, to counterbalance the weight of a hardcover book. For height, a rod loosely sits on the stand (see image in the customer photo gallery), so the book holder doesn't stand straight up (like the way it is displayed in the advertising), but leans at a diagonal angle. There are two possible holders for this unit, one that holds physical books (and has little arms and straps to hold the book in), and one for tablets/ebooks (I have both - the latter is sold separately for $35).

The poles of the stand are adjusted with a knob that is loosened or tightened. Depending on your position and how strong you are, you might want to remove the book before adjusting the poles, as when the tension in the screws are removed, the rules of gravity kick in and the arm will drop on you if you're not holding it. For even the most minute arm adjustments, you'll probably want to loosen before adjusting. It would have been much better to use a system where a button could be pressed to unlock the arm, and then releasing the button would lock it again. The current way of doing it can be something of a hassle if you want to make adjustments. And I can't imagine older/handicapped people being able to easily lie back in their seat and get up again to keep making adjustments on it.

It's too bad there's not more competition for this kind of product. It's very expensive for what is a relatively straightforward device.
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