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Wiztem Jasmine Plus Book Stand (Bookstand / Bookstands / Holder / Cookbook / Music)

4.9 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews
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  • EYE -LEVEL READING PROVIDES MAXIMUM COMFORT
  • PROMOTES PROPER POSTURE FOR BETTER SPINAL HEALTH
  • LARGE SIZE FOR BETTER HOLD & STABILITY
  • HEAVY DUTY TO WITHSTAND EVEN THE BULKIEST BOOKS
  • OPTIONAL BOOK STAND ATTACHMENT FOR SIMULTANEOUS 2-BOOK READING / VIEWING

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Product Description

# NON-SLIP RUBBER BACKING
# MADE FROM STRONG BUT LIGHT-WEIGHT MATERIAL (MDF)
# EASY TO CLEAN SURFACE FINISHED WITH ROUNDED CORNERS (HUMIDITY RESISTANT)
# HARD & STRONG PLASTIC ADJUSTERS
# NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED
# HAND MADE
# PATENTED 2-WAY ADJUSTMENT (HEIGHT & DEGREE)

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Technical Details

Brand Name BestBookStand
Item Weight 3.9 pounds
Product Dimensions 15.3 x 1.8 x 19.9 inches
Item model number Wiztem Jasmine Plus Book Stand
Manufacturer Part Number Wiztem Jasmine Plus Book Stand

Additional Information

ASIN B001KVDBXQ
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4.9 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #122,110 in Office Products (See top 100)
#104 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Desk Accessories & Workspace Organizers > Platforms, Stands & Shelves > Book Stands
#152,907 in Home & Kitchen > Home Décor
Shipping Weight 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available November 10, 2008

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By Nguyen Duy Khanh on July 22, 2009
I have gotten very frustrated when my textbooks broke several of the book stands I bought. However, this book stand is very sturdy since the support is made of thick wood. The incline is easily adjustable. It holds my 1000+ pages textbooks extremely well. If you are a serious student you should consider buying this book stand. I bet it would last your whole 4 years of college and beyond. It takes up a little more space than the usual stand (2.5 feet in slightly slanted position) but it's no big deal. Also the clip-on stand on top always stays upright so it might be a little difficult to stabilize one of your larger books. Although for small books they work fine. When I only need to read one book, I usually use the top stand to collage notes that I were writing off the book mentioned.
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My wife and I are both full time undergraduate students, and we are very much enjoying the book stands. The second one on top doubles as a stand-alone book stand, so the two for one thing is worth it. Furthermore, even the small one on top can hold our biggest textbooks by itself--1000+ pages and extra wide hardcovers. So i reccommend it. it's not the cheapest thing in the world, but my wife struggles with neck pain and headaches. It has helped both.
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pros:

Can hold big books (e.g. CSTS (certified sports training specialist) textbook, Liddell and Scott Greek-english lexicon (the big one)) well. It even holds books with bindings that incline the book to close.

It is light

the page holders do the good job of holding the book in place.

It looks nice

It adjusts for alternate viewing angles.

Overall, I think this product is worth buying for someone who does not have the time or interest to make one herself. However, for someone who is not in a hurry to buy one of these and has the resources should consider making one of these herself. the design is pretty simple.

cons:

the screws that keep the page holders in place inevitably become loose (although this seems a minor problem)

When both book holders are placed on top of one another, given a big book is placed on the top book holder, the whole book stand as a unit becomes top heavy and unstable (even if there is a heavy book to anchor the bottom bookstand). However, this is not an issue with smaller books.

The unit is pricey given the quality of materials (plastic and cheap wood). Given these materials, the stand is a bit fragile.

the lip that keeps the book from falling off the bookstand is a bit too small. It's easy for pages to slump off of the stand since the pages are not fully supported. However, hardback books can often naturally keep their pages from slumping like that, so the problem doesn't always arise. Further, even if the pages slump, they don't slump so much as for the purpose of the stand to be thwarted.
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By jay on November 30, 2008
Beautifully made and finished with decently and cleverly designed round corners. Page holding tabs are easy to control and easy to turn pages. Rubber backing on the bottom of the base keeps the holder steady on the desk or table. Overall, this is a very useful product.
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Fine product as described in other reviews. I waver been three and four stars on this one due to the price being frankly too high - it's not like it's real wood or anything although it has a pleasant look about it - and they try to further mask the price by an exorbitant $13.31 shipping charge (shipping charge at the time of this writing). I see this kind of practice from time to time in the Amazon Marketplace and I hope feedbacks like this will weigh against the seller's perception which must be that masking the price as part of shipping so they look cheaper in search results comparisons is unethical. No complaints about the device, I bought a Jasmine plus with the piggy back stand on top and the largest stand, the "Freesia" see my comment there about that.
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These bookstands were exactly what I was hoping they would be. I use large reference books in my writing for school, and for church. The support is able to hold books well over 1000 pages easily. In fact, I currently have a 1150 page book on the top level and a 900 page book on the lower level. The articulation allows for many different configurations. You can use both stands separately, or you can mount the smaller stand on the top of the larger stand (as depicted). The page holders are solid, sturdy and made of metal with rubber tips to avoid book damage. The metal is flexible rather than malleable. Thus, it holds even large paperback books in place.

My only complaint is that the ledge at the bottom of each stand is slightly too narrow. If you put a large book (700 pages or more) on the stand without opening it, the ledge is narrow enough to allow the book cover/binding to sag. This is a minor critique, though, and definitely one that I can live with. Both stands, when set up individually or when combined, remain very stable.

This setup was exactly what I was looking for. I can set a book nearly 90 degrees to the side of my monitors, or I can set the book on a 20-degree slope in front of the monitors. Flexible, durable, useful, awesome!

Update - 20 Jul 2013 - I am still using these bookstands, and they are still as awesome as when I got them three years ago.
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