SkyLog Professional Skydiver's Logbook

SkyLog Professional Skydiver's Logbook

SkyLog Professional Skydiver's Logbook
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The SkyLog Professional Logbook holds up to 500 jumps. This logbook is smaller and more compact than the Skylog2 and Starlog.

It’s perfect for skydivers who make a lot of jumps every year and who don’t diagram their dives or write extensive comments about each jump. Although it can also be customized by the jumper with varying comment lengths by taking as many or as few lines as desired for each entry.

Each entry line spans two pages and captures jump number, date, location, aircraft, altitude, freefall time, accumulated freefall time, and description of the jump. (The description column is wide, making it suitable for signatures as well as several sentences of comments.) Two of the columns have blank headers, so you can easily customize the book to meet your needs.

Opens flat for easy writing. High quality paper and printing, with a durable, leather-like cover. Hardbound, 108 pp., 4.5 x 6.6 in.

ChutingStar stocks the SkyLog Professional Logbook for immediate shipment.

Detail Information

Binding TypeHardbound
Cover AvailableNo
Space for DetailsMultiple Jumps per Page with Minimal Room
Entries per Page10
Maximum Number of Logs500
Colors AvailableBlue


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Tough and just enough room for the important stuff.
Duh! Hard bound logbooks are just the best way to go. The distinction with this product is there's just enough room to record the details and yet this one book holds a LOT of jumps. For working jumpers who have some experience and just record the main details. Also this book has extra slots for whatever you want to keep up with. In mine I wrote in a "T" for tandems jumps and "S" for student training jumps and First Jump Courses I give so all I have to do is write in the number as I go and viola, absolutely any time I want I can look in my logbook and see how many I've done of either of those. Brilliant idea, ChutingStar
Review by Jason / (Posted on 11/3/2015)
SkyLog Professional Skydiver's Logbook