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BOOKWEDGE    


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Picture of BOOKWEDGE The BookWedge is a bookholder and stand for a tablet computer or e-reader designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, weakness, or arthritis. This triangular pillow supports a book or tablet device on a desk, table, lap, or floor and enables the user to read it hands-free. To use the BookWedge, the user places the spine of a book in the wide ledge on one side of the pillow, and leans the book or tablet against the pillow's side so is it angled upward for reading. DIMENSIONS (HxWxD): 7 x 10 x 7.5 inches when inflated. COLOR: Blue. WEIGHT: 3.5 ounces. GUARANTEE: 60-day satisfaction guarantee.

Notes: Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price listed. ** For more information on the BookWedge, go to http://bookwedge.net.

Price: 19.99.

This product record was updated on May 17, 2012.

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Manufacturer:

Cypress Creek Marketing, LP

400 Ledgerock Road
Wimberly , Texas 78676
United States
Telephone: 800-549-5773 or 512-847-5970.
Fax: 512-847-5971.
Web: http://www.wondawedge.com.
Email: margie@cypresscreekmarketing.com.


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