The PageFlip Lite mechanical page turner works with conventional books. Simply attach up to 10 sheets (20 pages) to dedicated page turning arms and tap a wireless pedal to turn pages in either direction. Great for music practice or for people with disabilities.
Page turning is an important ancillary process of reading. This mechanical process, however, is a source of great challenge and inconvenience to many people, including musicians, people with disabilities, and avid readers.
Dimensions: 18.5" (W) x 4.3" (H) x 1.5" (D). Note: The height of the base is only 2"
Weight: 12.9 ounces (367 grams)
Book thickness: 1.3" book spine width; approximately 500 pages
Page size: 4"x6" to 9"x12" (WxH)
Speed: 1 page per 1.5 seconds
Activation: wireless pedal, keypad buttons, or external sip-and-puff / Jelly Bean (not included)
Power: 4 AA batteries or supplied AC adapter (input: 100V-240V, 50/60 Hz; output: 6V, 300 mA)
Includes: page turner, wireless pedal, book clamp, support stand, AC adapter, US/UK/EU plugs, carrying case
PageFlip now introduces a revolutionary, patent-pending, electronic page turner to solve this problem. The page turner can be placed directly on a piano, music stand, kitchen counter, exercise equipment, or on the bed for convenient hands-free reading.
Simply slide the book into the book holder, preload up to 10 sheets (20 pages) into page slots, and activate the device to begin turning pages. The setup procedure for clamping the book and installing the pages is shown in Basic Setup.
The reader may advance the page in the forward or reverse directions by tapping a wireless hand/foot pedal (included), pressing a button on the front panel, or using a sip-n-puff switch (not included). Our mechanical page turner is designed to offer a bidirectional hands-free solution that is 100% reliable, portable, quiet, and affordable. Complete instructions can be found in our user manual.
Frequently Asked Questions
PageFlip Lite manual
Our survey on page turning solutions for musicians: "Page Turning Solutions for Musicians: A Survey", George Wolberg and Irene Schipper, WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 37-52, January 2012.