Multi-Page Wrist Slate

Multi-Page Wrist Slate Features

What's in the box: Multi-Page Wrist Slate with Velcro Fastener and Pencil

Whether you are a new diver or a dive instructor, or anywhere in between, you always have the need to write something down underwater. For the new diver, it may be for asking questions later back on the boat or shore about why you felt something or what kind of marine life you encountered. For the photographer, it may be the camera settings used on specific shots you took for review later. For the instructor, the ability to write underwater may be necessary for an evaluation of a student's skills.

Whatever your need, this Multi-Page Wrist Slate is Curved to Fit-Comfortably on your Wrist, and is available in Standard and Glow-in-the-Dark Models. If you have been Night Diving or in a Low Light Situation (Wreck or Cave Penetration) and wanted to write something down you need 3-Hands, One for your Slate, One for the Pencil and a Third for the Dive Light. The Three-Pages give you more than enough Writing Space to get your Message-Across. Slate is equipped with a Velcro Strap for Mounting on the Wrist, and the Slate has a Pencil that is attached to a Coiled Lanyard and a Tube to Secure-Pencil when not in use.

The Multi-Page Wrist Slate is commonly used for All Diving Applications, Recreation, Warm Water, Cold Water, Extreme Depths, Professional and more. The Multi-Page Wrist Slate is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual/ Recreational, Advanced, Advanced Diver among others. The Multi-Page Wrist Slate is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Multi-Page Wrist Slate: Easy To Use, Functional, Lightweight, Improves Diving Experience, Solid Construction.

Key Features

  • Great Multiple Page Slate Design
  • Standard or Glow-in-the-Dark Models
  • Glow-in-the-Dark: Great for Night and Low Light Condition Diving
  • Useful for Divers of All Skill Levels
  • Velcro Wrist Strap to Secure Slate
  • Coiled Lanyard Attaches Pencil
  • Tube to Secure Pencil
  • Durable Plastic Construction
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