KJV, Thinline Bible, Large Print, Imitation Leather, Black, Red Letter Edition

225_350_book-2220-coverI am a fan of the Thinline Bibles that several publishers have. They make for great devotional Bibles and are not heavy like study Bibles or some larger hardbacks. The absence of study notes might be missed but the ease of carrying a thinline makes it ideal for listening to a sermon or lecture and not become easily distracted by footnotes.

This particular Bible is a larger print coming in at 10pt font. Some Thinlines I have use 7.5pt font. While a larger font does create a larger Bible it does allow for easier reading and should reduce eye strain. As I read this Bible, the large print did make it easier to read but I did not feel that I was reading at a slower pace.

The lay-flat binding is a nice feature it one wanted to take notes or journal and not lose the location of where the reading is taking place. There are also two bookmarks for marking two different locations while reading. This is helpful when doing a devotional reading as one bookmark is often not enough for conducting parallel readings.

The leather binding has a nice feel to it and feels strongly attached. This is not an imitation leather that can be found on certain gift Bibles. Rather, this leather is soft but not grainy. In addition there is a lifetime guarantee on this Bible (details here).

Thus, this Bible would make an ideal purchase for someone wanting to read while using a devotional book or listening to a sermon.

*I received a complimentary copy of the Bible from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

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