FREQUENTLY ASKED KWESTIONS
WHAT’S A KOOBAR?
Koobars are used to hold books, newspapers & magazines open, keeping your hands free for cooking, eating, typing, exercising, studying, scratching, painting toenails, swatting flies etc.
HOW DO I USE A KOOBAR?
Simply lay your Koobar horizontally across the open pages of whatever you’re reading. Or pretending to read.
HOW DON’T I USE A KOOBAR?
Please don’t use your Koobar to hit people. Koobars contain small parts and are not for use by young children or pets with teeth.
WHY IS IT CALLED A KOOBAR?
Koobar is “book” backwards, plus “bar” as in its sort of like a bar you lay across your book.
(It made sense to us at the time.)
CAN I SELL KOOBARS?
WILL KOOBARS WORK ON BIG BOOKS?
You bet. Some big new novels can be stubborn little buggers. If you’re getting stuck into “War and Peace,” the large text edition, maybe try gently breaking in the spine of the book by opening and closing it a few times.
WHO INVENTED KOOBARS?
CAN I COPY THE KOOBAR?
Koobars are Patent Pending and the Koobar brand name/logo is an internationally registered trademark.
The words: “Put Pages in Their Place,” “Happiness is an Open Book” “Page Minding Device,” “Page Tamer,” and “Books are Better with a Koobar” are Copyright and Trademarks of Notice Corp.
If you’re still reading this, go buy a book already!
All content on this site is © Notice Corp. / Eran Thomson
WHERE ARE KOOBARS MADE?
Koobars are handmade in Sydney, Australia from recycled materials sourced through local bike shops and metal blasters.
ARE KOOBARS THE PERFECT GIFT?
Koobars are the perfect answer to…
“What should I get (person’s name) for a (holiday/event) gift?”
WHAT'S INSIDE KOOBARS?
Koobars are filled with a top-secret compound specifically formulated for its strong gravitational qualities.
(It’s reclaimed steel sandblasting shot. Sand was too light.)