Bookmark Does The Work For You

The Page Chaser is a flexible bookmark that automatically marks the page as you turn them. Ordinary bookmarks can fall out and require you to correctly mark where you left off. Why waste all that precious brain power on something so mundane? The Page Chaser catches every page as you turn. It’s an incredibly simply design that never falls out. Cheap, easy to manufacture, and handy. Win in my book.

Designer: Hyeon Joo Lee

Page Chaser: Automatic Bookmarker by Hyeon Joo Lee



  • The Prof says:

    Standard paper is made from trees that are grown as crops. The trees are replanted after harvest. It’s no different than growing corn and replanting for next fall’s harvest. Except, of course, it takes longer to grow the trees.

  • nicollehoward says:

    an author can’t sign my e-reader but they can sign my book made from recycled materials.

  • subimal says:

    I am a book lover. Never knew this kind of book mark exists. It’s really good friend for a reader specially when dreams loom large on eyes during a pleasant reading and I become the very character of the pages. Jokes apart, I really liked it

  • Handy! It’s always nice to have a reusable bookmark!

  • gill says:

    I like both. I have a Kindle which is handy for traveling – especially on long plane trips overseas & holidays away from home.

    That said, I admit to still buying paper copies of books when they are reasonably priced or I can pick up a good copy second hand.

    There is still something really nice about curling up with a real book, turning a page & that special smell that a book gathers over time!

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  • Faiza says:

    Very nice and interesting!

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  • Mary Mary says:

    Someday electricity around the world is likely to die. If we rely entirely on the internet for books then the world when they recover will have no knowledge of us or any math, science, etc.

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