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The book mark that
holds your book open.
Fits BETWEEN the Pages of your Book

Music Holder

People also call the Easy Book Clip such names as: book open, hands free holder, page helper, book clamp, page holder or book holder.

Essential Book Holder
Easy Book Clip is light weight and portable.
Works for hardbacks, paperbacks, piano and sheet music, cookbooks,
magazines and more.

Avid readers enjoy its simplicity, hands free reading and ease of use.
Also known as ez clip.
The perfect travel accessory!
Book Holder

Quality and Durability

Made of durable high-quality spring steel wire.

A modern book holder
for all of your books

Easy Book Clip is a powerful book stand.
Don't be fooled by its small size and low price.

High Value
Where else can you find such a great value - a bookholder, bookstand and bookmark?
Take it with you wherever you go, for relaxed reading and comfortable studying.

Little Things - Holiday Gifts
It's true that little things mean a lot! Easy Book Clip makes a delightful stocking stuffer for the readers in your life. Keep a few on hand for last-minute gifts.
Travel Book Holder
Lightweight and small - take this gadget anywhere.

Invention and Inventors' Digest Article

Easy Book Clip
The Essential Book Holder

Invention and Patent

Easy Book Clip featured in
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Inventors Digest article in Adobe PDF

The original Easy Book Clip that Florence invented for her own use was made out of bent wire in her home workshop. It was not the finely made product we have now, but it worked! People saw her using it and wanted to know where to get one. So she got it patented and we have since sold thousands of these handy little gadgets!

US Patents 6,357,796, D458,307 and D473,591

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Inventor's Corner

Do you have an invention - a fantastic idea of your own? Sometimes people ask me how to get started with their idea and how to protect it. I always tell people about Patent It Yourself and encourage them to attend inventors group meetings. There are many different ways to bring your idea to the market. Some experts even advise against getting a patent in some situations, and this advice might be right for you.

I strongly recommend that you to avoid companies that want you to pay them money to find you a buyer, get your product into catalogues or on TV, find you a a manufacturer, or simply to "evaluate" your invention.

I am no expert, and I encourage you to find your own resources. For starters, you can check out some of the links below:

Patent It Yourself by Nolo Press. I strongly recommend this book. It is what I used as my guide for getting a patent for Easy Book Clip. It gives great advice, instructions and forms. Nolo press says: "Whether you're new at the inventing game or a grizzled veteran, Patent It Yourself will save you grief, time, and most importantly, money." There's some good "free" information on this site to help you, even if you don't buy the book directly from Nolo. Even if you decide to use an attorney or patent agent to patent your idea, it is good to be informed about the patent process. You can save money on patent protection if you are a do-it-yourself type and willing to learn; you can obtain a preliminary patent to protect your idea for a year while you work on marketing it.

Inventors Digest: Find great articles and advice from Inventors Digest for the new inventor.

Find a local inventors's organization - I found it helpful to spend time with other inventors and learn from them, and to share my ideas as well. Attending inventors meetings can help keep you on track and inspired to make a success of your idea (Inventors Digest). By attending inventors group meetings, you can begin to explore whether there is a market for your product, how much it might sell for, how other people have succeeded or the difficulties they have encountered.

Check out your local SBA - The Small Business Association offers free counseling and assistance in starting or improving your small business, including marketing advice and networking.

These are just a few resources to get you started. Use them if you wish - in combination with your own library and internet searches, good judgment, inventiveness, vision and hard work.

I wish you success and joy in your creative adventures.

Florence - inventor of EZ  Book Clip
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Easy Book Clip and its inventor

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http://www.inventright.com/ - free email newsletter, tele-seminars and articles. Their course costs about $500 and comes with a year's telephone support. I have not taken the course, but if I were starting again, I probably would do it.

Try your own internet, bookstore and library searches. Let me know if you have favorite resources that might be helpful to other inventors.

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US Patents 6,357,796, D458,307 and D473,591
Updated 01/14/2017