Create a Custom Scuba Dive Slate
New at DiveLogs for 2018:
Create your own custom designed scuba diving slate with full colour printing on both sides and a choice of sizes and layouts.
Just provide us with whatever artwork you want on the slate and we will turn it into a professional bespoke dive slate just for you.
We precision laser cut 5mm thick tough white plastic to a range of slate sizes with a choice of pencil or no pencil.
Your slate is then printed using the latest printing technology with UV-stable flexible waterproof inks at very high resolution (we would recommend a minimum artwork quality of 300 dpi with 600 dpi preferred)
The inks produce a vibrant strong print that will not fade with time.
The potential applications are endless from underwater surveys, scuba instructor checklists, decompression tables and schedules, personalised slates, to underwater maps and charts.
We have a minimum order quantity of one! The prices shown below are for single slates. But we have discounts for multiple buys of the same design (great for dive shops or organisations who want to sell slates with their logo or company details on).
For the A5 slate, the discounted prices (including pencil) are:
10 of same design £14.95 (inc VAT)
25 of same design £12.95 (inc VAT)
50+ of same design £10.95 (inc VAT)
For the A4 slate, the discounted prices (including pencil) are:
10 of same design £17.95 (inc VAT)
25 of same design £15.95 (inc VAT)
50+ of same design £13.95 (inc VAT)
For quantities of 25+ of a single design we can customise the size, orientation, and layout of the dive slate itself to anything you require, so long as it is physically possible and within the size of a sheet of A4 paper.
Move the lanyard holes, add some more, go landscape, add a curved edge...
We have provided some layout guidelines and templates in the gallery images, but we strongly recommend that you contact us first to check your artwork.
At present, artwork submission is by email and it must be in a correct format to be accepted.
You must either own the copyright to the artwork (you have created it), have permission from the holder to get it reproduced, or can confirm it is in the public domain - please contact us to discuss if unsure.
There is nothing to lose by talking to us first, and we can tell you straight away if your artwork will work or needs to be tweaked.
If you are left handed, let us know and we will thread the latex pencil in production the other way round so that the back becomes the front and vice versa. If you are laying out full PDFs for the artwork, don't forget to flip the templates round so the front one is used as the back one (if we are dropping your image file in to our templates we will automatically do this if you tell us you are a leftie).