Rated 4.7 out of 5�by 9
Rated 2 out of 5�by slripley Look out for shipping
I like the product just fine. (I already had one and wanted another)
But I was blown away by the high shipping charge! A very small item like this, that fits in a soft mailing envelope, and only costs $8 - shipping was almost $10.00 Ridiculous!
So plan your purchase carefully!
May 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by Toom Pretty cool - ingenious and works!
Most efficient way of propping up a paper document while you type that I've ever seen. Most such paper stands are real hogs of desk space and take up a lot of storage room when not being used. This is small, compact and surprisingly effective for the size documents I handle (typically less than 30 pages). It's also the cheapest document stand in the catalog. Two other points: (1) I have a computer monitor monitor stand that raises the display above desk level; it has about 4 inches of spare flat surface on the left of the display. With this gizmo, I can place my propped-up paper document on the stand in that 4-in space, right next to the display. (2) To mark and keep your place on the paper document I use a little strip post-it (0.5 x 1.75-in). An easy lightweight setup, better than those side-mounted, spring-loaded rulers that slide up and down.
September 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5�by Boxes Works perfectly!
I was looking for something that could hold multiple pages but not take up a lot of room on my desk and this is it. It is small but sturdy-will not tip-and papers are held securely-they don't flop over, even if there's only one page. It can hold them equally well horizontally or vertically. The only downside was that it was not sold in my area so I had to pay shipping-almost as much as the actual product. But ultimately it was worth it!
May 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5�by Norms Great Purchase!
The document holder is perfect to what I was looking for. It does not occupy a lot of space and it makes typing easy as it hold the document quite well. Hope to see more related products like bookstand that is compact.
March 12, 2013