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The BookChair - The Revolutionary Book Rest

Updated on March 8, 2009

The Book Rest With a Difference

The BookChair is an amazing reading aid, probably the biggest revolution in reading since Gutenberg! This portable, folding and compact book stand will amaze you and your friends. Effortlessly read whilst eating, cooking, or typing. Also ideal for the elderly or infirm who struggle to hold a book for extended periods but still enjoy a good read.

 The simple deckchair type design will hold your book open as well as adjust the angle the book is held at with ease. The frame is made wholely from a sustainable source, whilst the canvas 'seat' is available in a number of differring designs.

The Mini Bookchair

Sizes, etc

Dimensions folded:

Length - 7" L 19cm

Width - 5.75" 15cm

Height - 1.25" 3cm

Dimensions as shown:

Height - 5" 13cm

Width - 5.75" 15cm

Depth - 5.5" 14cm

Depth of bottom ledge: 1" 2.5cm

Suitable for most pocket or mass market paperbacks of less than 350pages.

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Easy-read is a revolutionary ergonomic book holder that doubles as a computer document holder.It allows its user to read in real comfort without the aching hands and discomforts we usually experience holding our book open. Mass appeal for all age and gender groups, for a variety of reading applications, particularly the enormous population of people who read paper and hard back books at leisure. Students report this product to be invaluable while studying and it has been suggested children have shown a greater interest in reading due to its unique design, feel and ease of use.

The Medium Bookchair

sizes, etc

Dimensions folded:

Length - 9.5" 24cm

Width - 7.25" 18cm

Height - 1.25"

Dimensions as shown:

Height - 6.75" 17cm

Width - 7.25" 18cm

Depth - 7.5" 19cm

Depth of bottom ledge: 1.12" 3cm

suitable for larger paperback fiction (b format) and medium sized text books

The Standard Bookchair

Sizes, etc

Dimensions folded:

Length - 13.5" 34cm

Width - 10.2" 25cm

Height - 1.5" 4cm

Dimensions as shown:

Height - 10" 25cm

Width - 10" 25cm

Depth - 11.5" 29cm

Depth of bottom ledge: 1.4 in. 4cm

Suitable size for Large paperbacks (C format), most hardbacks, including Cookery Books, TextBooks, Bibles, magazines and as a copy-holder for typing. It also makes a pretty cool and portable lap top stand.

Bookchairs Are Fairtrade and from Sustainable Sources

Bookchairs are made from wood harvested from sustainable sources and are a Fair Trade Product.

So whether buying for yourself, or for a gift, you are helping others as well as the environement.

For more info on Fair Trade - Click Here

Top of the list is bound to be reading a book! But what else can or do you use a bookchair for?

Other Uses of a BookChair

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Do you have a bookchair? Tell us what you think!

Or if you use other types of book or copy holders, let us know if you think them superior.

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      teamlane 9 years ago

      This is a nice lens and a cool idea, especially for reading books on an exercise machine. Good job on this one, as usual! 5* :o)

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      Mark Falco 8 years ago from Reno, Nevada

      Interesting idea! I just finished reading a real behemoth of a hardback and could have done with one of these.

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      Jason_Wright 8 years ago

      Nice lens! You've done a great job sharing information on this gadget for book lovers. I'd love for you to visit my lens when you have the chance.

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      tweety0126 8 years ago

      Nice lens; this would be great for reading anywhere. I read in bed before I go to sleep everynight & my arms get tired, but I keep on reading. Thanks for sharing; I'll have to check these out.

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      poutine 8 years ago

      How would that fit into a stationary bike?

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      TheBookGarden1 8 years ago

      [in reply to poutine] It depends on the style of the exercise bikes handlebars. I use a couple of straps on mine for the bookstand to hook onto.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I adore my bookchair...it is the medium size and I have been using it every day since I bought it a month ago. I have found that I tend to read more now, because the book is always there and open to exactly where I left off. It's so cute, too...like a little beach chair.

      Thanks!

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      MamaRuth 6 years ago

      Nice lens! Makes me want a bookchair--I'm always trying to find something to use to prop my books open while I try to eat and read.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Can also be used to hold an iPad!

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      Miha Gasper 5 years ago from Ljubljana, Slovenia, EU

      Not yet. You made me think. Book chair looks like very practical solution for many every day situations.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I use it every day for my nook tablet - I can eat my lunch and read at the same time and don't have to strain - I hear the book stand from B&N doesn't work well - I would recommend the bookchair

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