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  • 18 Count Sleeve - Mixed Metal by Book Darts - 1
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18 Count Sleeve - Mixed Metal

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  • Made in the USA: Oregon
  • Archival quality
  • Reusable
  • Slide easily on and off the page without damaging your books
  • To use, place Book Dart at desired line, close book and press in
  • Sliding a Dart onto a passage assures you can recall it easily even in a closed book
  • Each Dart measures approximately 27 mm from edge to tip and weighs about 0.25 grams
Materials
Mix of brass, bronze, and stainless steel
Includes
Four sleeves. Each sleeve contains eighteen mixed metal Book Darts housed in a protective vinyl sleeve
Dimensions
8.5" x 2" x 0.10"
Weight
0.125 lb

Reviews
5 avg. (44 reviews)


Made in the USA

18 Count Sleeve - Mixed Metal

starting at $14.95

Book Darts are precision-cut, paper-thin metal line markers that attach easily to any page and won't leave a lasting mark.
Made in the USA

Bob Williams

Former high school teacher Bob Williams and his wife Jeanette created Book Darts to enable students and booklovers to mark their pages and notable passages without leaving a lasting mark.

With Book Darts, you can quickly and easily note and relocate meaningful lines of text for future reference and discussion on books both borrowed and owned. Unlike paper clips that leave a dent and sticky notes that can be an eyesore, Book Darts are safe, easy to use, and aesthetically pleasing.

An elegant alternative to highlighting, underlining, and folding page corners, these precision-cut, paper thin, metal line markers are just the thing for students who need to keep their books in good condition for re-use or resale. One tester found Book Darts especially useful for tagging recipes in her cookbooks. Made in the USA and packaged in a gift-ready tin, Book Darts let bookworms both mark and preserve the beauty of the written word.