Waterproof Dive Logs and Wet Notes
We offer Rite in the Rain paper as an optional upgrade to make your dive logs water resistant. We also have fully waterproof dive logs, fish id cards, scubatags, and dive slates for underwater use.
With you all the way!
From your first breath underwater, we want to help you remember your dives in the best dive log possible.
We think nothing beats turning old pages and reliving memories from your diving holidays. And we have built the best paper based dive log system to help you do that.
But if you have moved on to the online world (or are just starting out), then please take a look at our free dive log map service. Just the start of our eventual free and full featured online dive log.
Why are we the best dive log system?
Made in the UK
We design every part of our dive log system and make most of it in house on the latest print technology.
If the postman walks down your street we’ll send it to you! We have tens of thousands of happy customers in over 116 countries
The folder and pages arrived yesterday and I can happily state that the whole experience with your web-site, ordering, delivery and, of course the goods themselves, has been a pleasure.
Everything is great! An easy to use website, prompt delivery with progress report to say what is happening, and follow up on satisfaction. What more could a customer ask for....... oh yes, what superb quality stamps, my wife was delighted with hers and is now stamping anything that will stand still long enough.
A great website which makes it easy to design your own product, secure payment process and an amazingly prompt dispatch time. When my stamp arrived I was over the moon. It was exactly what I ordered with a fantastic printed image. Will I order from you again ... absolutely! Will I recommend you others ... most definitely!
I absolutely love my new dive log! I particularly enjoy the nature log format as I like to track creatures and create maps of each dive site I've already passed your website along to my dive friends (with rave reviews) and look forward to using my new dive log for future dives!