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Dive-Rite Executive Slate

SKU: DIV2058 MFR: AC2058

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$6.95 You save: $2.05 (23%)

Regular : $9.00

Dive Rite : Picture 1 regular $6.95

About Dive-Rite Executive Slate

The Dive Rite Executive Slate has Six, Compact Erasable Slates held together by a Stainless Steel Split Rings. A Cord with Sleeve Stows the Attached Solid Carbon Stick Pencil and attaches to the Slate with a Corrosion Resistant Spring Loaded Gate Clip with Swivel. Small enough to Fit in a Tiny Pocket or grouped with other larger items, the Executive Slate is ideal for Note Taking or as a Back-Up Communication Device. Being able to Communicate-Underwater can really make Diving More-Fun Having something to write on can cut down on playing charades underwater and get to the point. Slate is made from Durable Plastic.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.


Dive-Rite Executive Slate Features

  • Six, Compact Erasable Slates
  • Stainless Steel Split Rings to "Flip the Pages"
  • Cord with Sleeve Stows the Attached Pencil
  • Pencil: Solid Carbon Stick
  • Fit in Tiny Pocket
  • Can be Grouped with Larger Items
  • Ideal for Note Taking or Back-Up Communication Device
  • Communicate-Underwater Adds Diving Fun
  • Cut-Down on Playing Charades Underwater and Get-to-the-Point
  • Durable Plastic Construction
  • Spring Loaded Gate Clip with Swivel

Dive-Rite Executive Slate Specifications

Materials
Plastic, Nylon Webbing
Attachment Point
Eyelet And Split Rings
Pencil/Marker
Solid Carbon Stick Pencil
Lanyard Or Clip
Spring Loaded Gate Clip
Purpose
Dive Communication
Weight [with packaging]
0.25 lb
Mfr #
SKU
DIV2058
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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ALAN C  Best slate ever !! Used for 400+ dives. Cleaned easily. Kept notes for logbook. Ordered 3 more Exec slates for backup.
Shopper  will this slate glow in the dark ?
DAVID J  No it doesn't glow..
Andres C  Does this have a clip that I can use to clip onto BC D ring?
NELSON R  There is a clip on the black bungee cord that you see in the picture. However, I believe the purpose of that clip is to hold the pencil. I removed the bungee from the clip and used the clip to attach it to the BCD. Then I simply tied the pencil lanyard to the ring that holds the white slates. My wife simply bought another clip and clip it from the rings to the bcd.
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