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"Black" 3-Ring Log Book Binder... LB-0200 -- Spaces for log books, dive tables, certification cards, and more... -- Diver's Log Books

3-Ring Zippered Log Book Cover

Cordura construction with reinforced plastic inner sleeve. These 3 ring, zippered books measure 71/2" x 10" and hold PADI and most other log books.  Spaces for log books, dive tables, certification cards, and more...

3-Ring Zipper Log Book Binder (Inside View) -- Holds PADI diver's logs and most other diving log books.
(Inside View)

3-Ring Zippered Log Book Cover

Price: $22.95   add 3-Ring Zippered Diver's Log Book Cover to cart


Blue PADI Diver's Log Book
# 70047

***Revised 2014***

Everyone's favorite "blue log" is now printed in full color on non-smear recycled paper. Each course has dedicated pages: from Open Water Diver through Master Scuba Diver. Plus it includes a convenient equipment checklist.

The Blue PADI Log Book is designed for a 3 ring Log Book binder and measures 6" x 8" (Includes Training Record sections)

Blue PADI Diver's Log Book Price: $17.80   add Blue PADI Diver's Log Book 70047 to cart

Red PADI Diver's Log Book | #70048 | Diver's Log Books

Red PADI Diver's Log Book
# 70048

After filling up all the logbook received during open water, a diver can move on to the red logbook.

This Log Book is printed on non-smear, recycled paper and now includes a spot to record enriched air information. Each logbook includes an area for emergency contact information and enough pages to log sixty dives.

The Red PADI Log Book is designed for a 3 ring Log Book binder and measures 6" x 8" (Training Record sections not included)

Red PADI Diver's Log Book Price: $17.80   add Red PADI Diver's Log Book 70048 to cart

While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.