Sunday, November 11, 2012

The Bookwedge Review & Giveaway - Holiday Gift Guide

For most of us, whether you're holding a paperback, hardcover, kindle or tablet, after awhile your shoulder or wrist starts to ache.  So you adjust positions and it's better for a bit, and then you have to do it again.  Or maybe you want to watch a movie on your kindle fire, but you'd like to lay down when you do that.  With the BookWedge - you can! You can prop your device on the bumper and no more strain. Or you can place it in your lap, where it sits comfortably, and you just have to touch the screen or turn the page, all while relaxing without the strain.

I found the BookWedge to be a very versatile product.  We've taken it with us on road trips, I've taken it to work to hold my tablet on my desk, and we've all taken turns using it at home.  It's very lightweight - weighing in at only 3 ounces.  You have to blow it up but the material it's made of, a nice thick fabric, is well made.

The BookWedge is in our holiday guide because we love this product! It's a perfect gift for anyone who reads or has a tablet and no-neck strain gets an A+ in my book! Whether on the go, or at home, storage is a snap and the ergonomic design makes it very innovative and modern.

One lucky reader will win their own BookWedge

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*Contest ends November 27, 2012
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  1. I soooo need one of these!! My daughter said if I win this, she is taking it or I have to buy her one too (she's 8 and a HUGE reader lol)

  2. Love it and could use it for myself! Thanks for offering.

  3. My daughter just got one and she'd love to have this. Thanks for the chance.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

    1. I meant to say she just got a Kindle Fire. :)
      Carol L
      Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com


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