So nice to actually be able to read my Bible again! I strongly encourage lovers of the King James Bible to get this Bible if you're straining to read the small print. I purchased a leather cover for my Bible that has a handle to help preserve my treasure. I really like having Jesus's words in red - my old expensive Bible didn't have that feature.
That seems like a blasphemous thing to say concerning what I see as the most important thing a person can own . . . but referring to the material quality of this Bible and not the content or translation.
This is hardly imitation leather, in fact its literally thick paper material that is so sharp on its edges it could cut your hand (literally) if it slid along it wrong.
The print size is really nice but unfortunately its overshadowed by the paper and its ghosting. Terrible, really terrible. The paper is very thin as is any Bible of this price range thats using some form of Bible paper as opposed to newsprint paper. Bible paper won't yellow and age nearly as bad as newsprint paper, but we're talking economy/outreach Bibles here. The ghosting is just so bad I'd prefer if this Bible had newsprint paper.
On any given page you can see the print on the other side which is normal, then the next page as well which is often normal, but then also the other side of the next page and if you really look even faintly the next page after that page. It gives a very grey appearance to the pages, distracting when reading for prolonged periods.
We have a bunch of these for outreach purposes and we still will use the rest of them, but I won't be buying any more of these myself for this purpose.