I thought I was the world’s biggest (greatest?) fan of page tabs, until I started using them for research. The primary sources I use are circa WWI and the adhesive on the tabs does a number on the paper. In the pic of the tabs below, you can see some that have torn off bits of paper. It breaks my heart…
Plus, the tabs look so messy…
But Book Darts have changed everything. They’re cute and get the job done superbly well, the tin is lovely and convenient, and right now Book Darts’ website is offering a special of 3 tins containing 125 darts each for $30. That’s 375 darts for $30, compared to 375 of Levenger’s Page Points for $83!
I don’t normally write infomercials, but that’s such a huge difference that I couldn’t help but point it out. I love browsing Levenger’s catalog, but they’re obviously going for a group of readers with significant incomes. Even if I did have lots of money, I’m too much of a bargain hunter to pass up a great deal on as practical an item as Book Darts.
Just look how neat:
After (with Book Darts):
And no, I’m not getting a kickback for promoting this great product for readers and researchers.