Grandma’s Gift Guide: WondaWedge and BookWedge

Years ago I used to have a heavy lounge pillow that allowed me to sit up in bed to read. That thing was heavy and did not travel well at all. The WondaWedge is a versatile inflatable reading pillow, ideal for indoor activities. It provides back support and lets you sit up in bed, on the floor, as a sleep aid, during pregnancy, or recuperating from illness or surgery. I wish I had had one of these when we were spending so much time in motels this summer after my surgery!

It is just as versatile outdoors on the beach, at an outdoor concert, at camp–just anywhere where you would like to relax and sit to read or work with your laptop or whatever. Because it is inflatable and lightweight, you can take it anywhere with you when you travel.

The WondaWedge retails for $24.99. You can purchase it on the WondaWedge website, or find a retailer here.

The BookWedge is an inflatable wedge that is designed to hold books, iPads, tablets and e-readers. There is no other book pillow on the market that is inflatable, so the BookWedge is lighter weight and great for travel. It is a handy device to use as a daily living aid for people with chronic illness and disabilities.

The BookWedge is a great gift for anyone, especially for older people who still love to read or surf the internet on a tablet or iPad but may have issues like arthritis or Parkinson’s and are not able to hold a book in their hands. It retails $19.99 on the BookWedge website. Click here to find a retailer in your area.

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Comments

  1. I need the book wedge! I always read in bed and this would be great, it could even hold my Kindle and let my poor arms have a break!

  2. I like the WondaWedge idea for camping and traveling.

  3. I love that the Book Wedge might help prevent the terrible neck cramping I get every night when I try to read sitting in bed. I really need something to both elevate and hold my book and/or tablet!

    Thanks!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  4. WondaWedge and BookWedge
    This would be perfect for me. I am disabled and my only source of entertainment is reading my Kindle, I enter sweeps too. have not found a comfortable way to read in bed but I think this might be the answer.

  5. Olivia Rubin says:

    The bookwedge for my pad so I don’t have to use my knees

  6. It’s great that the BookWedge is inflatable. I could actually pack this in a suitcase.

  7. That I can use it for my ipad and not hold it in my hands all the time.

  8. it doesn’t take up space when not used
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  9. this is a neat idea 🙂

  10. Sabreena E says:

    Oh wow. How awesome are these two products? That would save me the trouble of finding all the pillows in the house to use when I’m in bed trying to prop both myself and my books up. 🙂

  11. I love that because they are inflatable they don’t take up any space to store!

  12. Both of my parents would benefit from the WondaWedge because of needing to be somewhat upright while reclining. I like that it would work for either of them and is portable.

  13. The wondawedge would be perfect for when we go camping! And because they’re inflatable they wouldn’t weigh much.

  14. I love that the wondawedge’s not heavy! It could easily be taken on trips or to any room with little effort.

  15. i love that they are both portable and light weight.

  16. Caitlin McClure says:

    Love that it’s inflatable!

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