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About PADI Divers Log, Red (70048)

Wherever you go diving you need to have proof of diving experience. Without it you can be left behind on more experienced dives when you are qualified to make them. Make sure you log all your dives and carry your log book when on a diving vacation. The standard PADI paper backed logbook, Red is just for logging dives Your Logbook is proof positive that you are qualified to make those adventure dives come true. Log Book measures 6" x 8" (15 x 20.3 cm) and is 3-Hole Punched to fit in 3-Ring Binders.

The PADI Divers Log, Red (70048) is commonly used for All Diving Applications, Recreation and more. The PADI Divers Log, Red (70048) is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced among others. The PADI Divers Log, Red (70048) is popular because customers like the following qualities of the PADI Divers Log, Red (70048): Easy To Use, Functional, Improves Diving Experience, Lightweight, Solid Construction.

PADI Divers Log, Red (70048) Features

  • PADI Divers Log, Red (70048)
  • Proof of Diving Experience
  • Make-Sure you Log All-your-Dives!
  • Proof Positive You Are Qualified
  • Logs All Dive Profile Information
  • Helps Improve Diving Thru-Education
  • Dimensions: (H x W) 6" x 8" (15 x 20.3 cm)
  • Paperback Design

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4.7

(based on 21 reviews)

90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Convenient, you can record everything

Has all the boxes to enter everything about the dive - bottom time, depth, temp, weights, conditions, your gear and dive attire, decompression limits and lets you add up your total dive time. Lots of room to record your observations, comments and reminders for future reference. I used to use loose leaf pages but needed a large zipper filed holder. With this, it is more compact. Extra pages for DAN (and their phone #) and recording other info.

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4.0

Gets the job done but too expensive.

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from Jacksonville, FL, US

Good but overpriced. Leisurepro's price is competitive, this thing just costs too much. It is a little pamphlet. But it has all the necessary data points.

 
5.0

Padi dive log

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from Adams, NY, US

Very nice log book, has all the catagorys needed for a recreational diver.

 
5.0

Familiar layout

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from Vancouver, BC, CA

Great price and a great log with all the pertinent fields for properly recording each dive.

 
4.0

I will purchase this log book again

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Good Dive Log Book

 
5.0

nice log

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from Canfield, OH, US

I needed a new log book and this was my pick of the litter.It's a good choice.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Vincent K  Very easy to use and contains all the needed information for recording recreational dive.
ALAN C  Have use to log my dives from 1 to 510+. Good page layout for data. Better than separate pages. Just the correct size book and they can be stowed in the dive binders.
MARYANN E  Inexpensive log book. Works for our needs. Don't need anything extravagant to log dives in.
Shopper  How many dives can be logged in this red PADI book?
RICHARD H  Sixty dives
KANTON R  The pages aren't numbered but by my count approximately 60 dives can be logged in this book.
JAMES L  Hi, we have 2009 and 2011 editions of the PADI Logs. They both contain enough pages for 60 dive entries. Happy Diving, Jim
bert l  Thanks, James. What is the difference between the 2009 and 2011 editions? Any significant differences or just editorial updates??
JAMES L  Hi Bert, There are just a few minor changes to the 2011 edition. They added a few lines for rebreather gas types and %. No big deal but just enough to be annoying...again. I think I'm going to start using the Divepal app on my IPad. That way I won't have to worry about running out of logbook pages or getting them wet. Jim
LEIGH B  60
KEVIN T  59 -plenty for a couple of trips !
GENE S  60 dives can be logged, each on its own page.
DAVID W  60 dives
Shopper  are the red book pages nitrox compatable? or will I need the inserts?
JAMES L  Hi, The 2009 version of the PADI logbook does have a line for "Enriched Air Dive Blend%". But the 2011 edition dropped that line and now has 3 lines for mixed air, using an open circuit or rebreather. We dive Nitrox as well and just use the line for "Open-circuit or rebreather diluent: Air/EANx. %". Hope this helps, Jim
LeisurePro S  Need inserts
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