3D Printed Kindle Page Turner

If you have limited use of your hands, an e-book reader can be frustrating if not impossible to use. Instructables member XenonJohn has a great solution. He used a 3D printer to build a case that slips around a Kindle. Pressing on the arrows pushes the page-turning buttons.

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Or use a Kobo that has a touch-screen, and can be set so anywhere on the right 2/3 of the screen turns a page. Even if it does occasionally flip more than one page, which is a dumb software annoyance.
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