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A stylish tablet or an expensive book must be safely stored in a place which ensures no damage. It is very essential to keep all such expensive items in a safer place in order to get the benefits of long-lasting usage. Bring home this Small Plastic Book and Tablet Holder from the esteemed house of Bookbax which will be an ideal pick to keep your important essentials safe and neatly organized. Made from the finest plastic material, this Book and Tablet Holder ensures optimum durability and long-lasting use. This Perfect all-in-one accessory enables you to store all your essentials in one place without worrying about losing them. For those who suffer from Arthritis, Carpel Tunnel or any hand and post-surgery ailments, this Small Plastic Book and Tablet Holder (Light Grey) is a perfect choice.
With a plastic inner body, this holder has the capacity to hold paperback books that are up to 500 pages approximately. This Bookbax Small Plastic Book and Tablet Holder is adaptable as it can be easily held by your hands or left free on the table and easily attachable to the sides of the book or a tablet to ensure easy storage. Due to its lightweight and compact nature, this Tablet Holder can be carried anywhere by the students, travellers or any other person on the go. Designed with a dual clip mechanism, this Bookbax Small Plastic Book and Tablet Holder (Light Grey) is versatile and sturdy in nature that give you an easy access.
|Set Contents||1 Small Book Holder|
|In the Box|
|Only 1 Small Book Holder|
|Other Body Features||Plastic Inner Body|
Jul 11, 2012
Versatile, but not versatile enoughNot really suitable for nook or any other 7incher. Doesn't hold nook color upright. Holds nook simple touch upright, but not very securely. If only the two holding arms had been one centimeter wider, there would have been no problems.