Lockman NASB 1995 Ultrathin Reference Bible, Black Genuine Leather

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NASB Ultrathin Reference Bible, Black Genuine Leather

Description: Contains over 95,000 center-column cross-references to enrich your reading. Its Smyth sewn binding adds durability for frequent use and travel.

Full Column Cross References
Presentation Page
Family Record Page
Paragraph Format
Red Letter
Two Column Text
Trim Size of Paper: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ x 7/8″
Font Point Size: 9

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Weight3 lbs

5 reviews for Lockman NASB 1995 Ultrathin Reference Bible, Black Genuine Leather

  1. Bob Snyder

    The binding is smythe-sewn, yet it is not of the same quality as the Allan bindings. The leather is very good for the price. The Bible is very legible. I deducted a star due to the edges being painted with gold paint. This caused the pages to be stuck together out of the box. It also smelled like gold paint when I opened it. The smell was gone after airing out for a few hours. Now only the pleasing smell of leather emanates from it. This Bible is assembled in China. Chinese construction can explain the lower quality of the workmanship. The materials were very good. If you want a Bible with nice components and are willing to make a minor sacrifice on quality this is a very good choice.


    At last an Ultrathin Reference Bible that is truly large print, dark and legible! Bibles of this kind have not been available since Holman printed NIV and NKJ in the 80s. Current Ultrathin Bibles are pale black ink and pink red ink, making them very hard to read (such as the HCSB, a translation I enjoy but don’t use because of the difficulty of reading). This Bible is in verse form, black letter and though the leather is stiff and cheap, it still opens easily. The price is amazing and because of that the paper and leather are acceptable. If this same Bible were published in fine binding, I would be overjoyed but until then I will be using this Bible for fireside reading, far and near travel. Thanks Lockman, this fills an empty niche in the Bible market.

  3. Samuel Stephens

    The Lockman NASB is a very good translation very readable. The print very good even for older eyes. I do have one complaint, the leather cover is so stiff its almost like cardboard, where the corners are gathered the leather peels back as though tearing. The bible would be better with softer more pliable leather.

  4. David Leto

    For the price, (I bought mine for $23), you really can’t complain about this Bible. However, I do wish that it was not a red letter edition. There are spots in the Bible where the lettering thins out. For the black letters it is not really an issue, but with the red letters, when they thin out, they can be somewhat difficult to read. Where the ink is dark red, it is not an issue. The NASB New Testament when quoting the Old Testament will put the letters in a different font. When these quotes are printed in a faded red ink, it can be really bad. If Lockman would put this edition in a black letter only, with a higher quality leather, I would buy it and probably give it 5 stars. Even with the issues listed it is worth the money they are asking for.

  5. mark chase (verified owner)

    I bought this Bible for everyday use. The print is large and crisp enough for my older eyes. The paper is thick enough for hot lining without bleed through. I already have two Schuyler Bibles and four Cambridge and the quality is only slightly below them. A wonderful price for such an amazing Bible! I highly recommend buying.

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