How is anyone going to call this a large print bible? I admit I should have known not to buy it when I saw "compact," but I never expected microscopic print like that. very disappointing. I bought 2 of them for friends that have poor eyesight and now I am stuck with them because I am the only one that can make out the small print.
This is a good value Bible, has very nice text and an attractive cover. The text and pages are well done and are reasonably durable, and it has good references, a short concordance, and full color maps.
The cover is bonded leather and is about average as far as those go. Don't expect it to hold up to moisture and other abuse like a high quality leather cover, but it's nice looking and does feel good.
For the cost, it's not a bad product- but keep in mind that it is a very cheap Bible and they did cut some corners. It has no ribbon marker and the binding is glued. It is also only attached to the cover by the edges of two pages, which means in hot or damp climate it will easily come off. It would have been much better if the fly leaves were thicker and all one page, so they would actually have to tear free before the cover falls off. However, they are each two separate pieces and it is at the junction that they are glued to the binding. I've already had to superglue one of these back together, and that was with very little use.