Bookmark by Propaganda

For those who still read books 'Bookmark II' is a colorful rubber band that wraps around a book with an indicator arrow that shows you the last line you were reading. Great idea!

By Propaganda    Via Mocoloco

tags: accessories, books, plastic, new products
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4 comments so far:
Nicolette's Gravatar Nicolette, on September 3:

The bookmark design is a very good idea. It would save us from all those times when our bookmarks fall out of our books.

Nicolette
Koen's Gravatar Koen, on September 5:

I love when simple, almost self evident products are looked at with fresh and creative eyes. especially when the new solution seems so obvious and yet you need that creative mind to bring all the elements together. Great product!
Swanksta's Gravatar Swanksta, on October 1:

This is a very smart and useful idea.
Bryza's Gravatar Bryza, on November 29:

The time it would take to put the bookmark around the book, and get it pointing at the right line is more that it would take to just open the book where you left off and scan to the right line.

Impractical invention.

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Desi Andrews, on March 28:
"It's interesting how we can look at nature to come up with ideas for great technological advancement..."

Krish, on March 25:
"Yes, agree with Mr. Wright"

SDR, on March 12:
"Only now, 75 years after Mr Wright proposed the Broadacres (literal) model of the future, can we ser..."

Jade, on March 10:
"Yes. I am beyond being in agreement with Mr. Wright--this is the future, dismantling suburbs for sel..."

Them Le, on March 1:
"Amazing product for customer"

Natacha Watson, on January 20:
"I personaly prefer gold vases :p"

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