|Brand Name||The Book Seat|
|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12.4 x 6.6 x 5.7 inches|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TheBookSeatBlue|
The Book Seat - Book Holder and Travel Pillow - Beige
|Price:||$57.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Hands free book holder.
- The Book Seat doubles as a travel pillow; in a car, bus, plane etc.
- Will mold itself and shape to sit at any angle on any surface that you place it
- There is a Handy storage pocket - for mobile phone, reading glasses, sunglasses, remote control, pen
- The fabric used is the latest high quality 190gsm faux-suede
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Top Customer Reviews
always stained holding paperbacks open for long periods. This holder works for both my hardcover books and paperbacks.
I like that when I get tired I can turn on my side to read. Best thing I've found yet for the in bed reader.
1st and Foremost: There's a long clear plastic bar situated right in front of where the book sits and held in place by a looped black elastic cord which is loosened or tightened w/ a snap and slide gizmo. You must slide it TIGHT to hold the clear bar taut to the book thus keeping the book firmly in place & upright, and then guess what? You MUST LOOSEN it AGAIN just to TURN THE PAGE! REPEAT these steps with every single page turn! UCK! Every time you do this the book slides around, or may fall forward if you're lying down, and if your tome is heavy enough: with the BSBH it may just fall right out of the thing! OUCH! IMO, MAJOR design flaw! 2nd, Try lying down to read instead. Lay the book back w/o using the plastic gizmo, Result? Mush around the shape of the filling, playing with the form of the top & sides to support the book by itself all to no avail! Hmm, just NO WAY to do get this this to SUPPORT A BOOK & READ, BOTH! All the BSBH can do is HOLD A BOOK! Now, that's useful for the price!
So, to put a fine point on it: The BSBH just DOES NOT WORK! Period. Don't even THINK about buying it as it WILL be total waste of your hard earned money! Yeah, I know, it's attractive, with little gizmos to draw you in BUT think again and: JUST DON'T DO IT!
I would get more as Xmas presents!
I'm going to purchase several more of these, for my extended family members.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love my book seat. I now have 2. I use a kindle fire and they are perfect. So much more comfortable to read now.Published 3 months ago by mary
I had to put marbles in the bottom to weight it down more so it wouldn't tip over. But having done that, it is great now. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Elaine in the southwest
I had to return the book-seat holder because when I opened the package, a trail of the white beads that made up it's
"innards" left a small trail down the hall. Read more
A great device for someone who likes to read in bed but has a problem keeping their hands warm. The Book Seat allows you to keep your hands under your covers except for turning... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Northeaster
I love this! It's light weight, easy to insert my iPad, easy to adjust to the right height for lap or table usage. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mary M Smith
Got this for my Mom who was in the hospital with casts on both arms. She used it to read on a kindle - it's the only way she could read (she still can't hold a book or turn pages)... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Pam Corwin
In order to make this heavier and more stable for larger books, I increased the bottom weight by adding several glass marbles via the back zipper. Read morePublished on June 18, 2014 by meowski
Already had one, had to buy another for my wife. They're used mostly to hold our iPads while watching videos.Published on November 19, 2013 by Fred R. Entriken