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Scuba Dive Underwater Writing Slate 6" x 5", available for different style, w/ compass, and glow-in-dark
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- Color: Glow-in-dark
- Pencil with safety leash
- Clip to secure it
- DIMENSIONS: 6" x 5"
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As part of my swim training, I am doing sprints and trying to keep track of my times. This slate is GREAT for that use.
I put it on the deck at the end of the pool, then start my timed sprint. When I finish the sprint, I write on the slate the date, my sprint distance and time. Then I do another one, and another one, and another one. At the end of the workout, I transfer my times to my work out sheet/software to track my progress.
The slate seems to use a regular wooden graphite pencil (included). This writes pretty lightly on the slate. It has been readable without too much strain pool side, but I am guessing it would be hard to read at any depth on a dive.
For diving, I would strongly prefer a black grease pencil that makes very strong and easily readable marks on the slate. There is NO grease pencil included for this slate (although they are available separately and easily attached to this slate).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked great. A little hard to erase old writing but I can buy some slate cleaner and it should work fine. other than that it does its jobPublished 2 months ago by William Carson
I can't get it to erase which is a bummer. I read I can use toothpaste, but I'm not going to have toothpaste with me underwater...Published 2 months ago by jaime bridgman