No complaints! Large, clear print. Decent references. Good concordance. And the bonded leather binding looks and feels great, compared with many other bonded, and even "genuine" leathers I've seen. Unless you plan to spend two or three times as much for a premium leather or goat skin Bible, this is a great choice for a "hand size" large print KJV.
PS. I love the clear, gold "HOLY BIBLE" on the front cover. Personally, I think that's a nice touch and the only other KJV I own with that detail is a Cambridge.
Got this Bible even tho I have several others because I wanted a more easy-to-read print plus one light & compact enough to lie down to read. This one is both. The print is large & bold, actually better than I expected, & after years of my big cumbersome Study Bible this one is delightfully 'handy'.
A bonus to me is that unlike many recent KJV versions this one has not updated by changing thee/thou to you/your etc. There IS a difference being that 'thee' means 'you' singular, but 'ye' means 'you' plural as in 'you all'. An example is John 3:7 where modern editions say "Marvel not that I said unto you, you must be born again." This Bible retains the original; "Marvel not that I said unto thee (you), Ye (you all) must be born again". I appreciate the more precise wording, so again, this was a Bonus to me! I am writing this only because I'm so very happy with this fine, inexpensive Bible & highly recommend it.
Product was as described. We needed an additional KJV Bible for our homeschool of seven children, and this fit the bill nicely. The larger print is easier on young, developing eyes, and the quality of this Bible will ensure many years of gentle use. Great quality and value at a very good price =o)!
I have this Bible published in 1994; mine is a bit smaller, but my review is to comment on the text itself, assuming that Zondervan used the same text for this printing. The negatives: several words have non-KJV spellings ("shew" changed to "show," "throughly" to "thoroughly;" "alway" to "always," for example). "Spirit" is not capitalized in Gen 1:2. So this isn't truly a KJV text, but I have no problem using it as my primary Bible as an older, Bible-believing Christian with some discernment. I think I've taken issue with a few statements in the book introductions, and some of the cross-referencing doesn't seem to make sense, but these are not part of the text anyway and can easily be ignored. The positives: it has a decent binding (I keep mine in a Bible cover), fairly good size margins for writing notes, not too bulky for carrying--and the best plus--the giant-size text. I wear progressive lenses and have no problem at all reading this, even beyond arm's length. Point size depends on the font as well; I would compare the font and size to Microsoft Times New Roman at 13 - 14 points. Paper is somewhat thin and there is some show-through, though not distracting, IMO. There are some blank pages for notes and 6 maps in the back , though these sections came unglued from the spine with about half of the concordance over several years of use. I didn't use a Bible cover at first and think the lack of one contributed to that problem. I keep those pages tucked in the back flap of my cover now. All in all, I think this Bible is a good value and would recommend it to others with the above reservations.