How to Make a Reading Ring With Sugru

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Introduction: How to Make a Reading Ring With Sugru

Hi.  This instructable was created at Madrid's Makespace during Sugru's night workshop.

This device will help you hold a book while reading it with one hand while laying back. this can already be done but it is tiring to keep the position. With this device you can read in bed or on the beach more comfortable.

Step 1:

We need a package of Sugru and popsicle stick.

The first step is to eat popsicle and rescue the stick inside.

Then, cut the ends of the stick so that it measures about  9  cm

Step 2:

Open Sugru package and set aside a fourth of the package for later. With the rest make a ring bigger than your thumb to make it easy to wear and remove.

Put the popsicle stick on top of the ring and cover the top  with the remaining Sugru.

Step 3:

Thats all. Fast, easy and fun.

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    great help! i painted mine ;)

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    I just made one out of Sculpey III clay. It turned out great. Am going to give it to my son for Christmas in a basket of all things for reading. Thanks for the great 'ible!!!

    Love this a lot, very smart. Do you think you read any faster now?

    LOVE IT. You inspired me to load up TinkerCad and create a 3D printable version of this project. I uploaded it to Thingiverse if anyone wants to print one... http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:144660
    I gave you full credit for the idea and put a link to your Instructable in the description of my model. Thanks!!!

    Thanks, I have to print one of these and try it!

    well, I´m not the only one who thought about it! And also the design is better than mine…the only thing I can say that mine is more fun to made. Regards to everyone and thank you for the comments!

    ...so nice and useful!
    ...(and improvable in so many ways too!)

    Genius!!! I've already pinned it :)