Kneeboards

When it comes to kneeboards, its a wide wide world of choices. You can get multiple different kneeboards for all sorts of purposes, from holding your ipad, to a traditional kneeboard.

My thoughts on this subject are simple. Keep it simple.

The kneeboard that I use is made by a company called Sky High Products and is called the Strato kneeboard. Originally designed for helicopter pilots who don't have lots of time (or hands) to write, it is a modular kneeboard that you can attach additional loops, pens, writing tablets, batteries, and flashlights to.

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The best part about this kneeboard is that it is small, and in the cramped cockpit of a training aircraft it doesn't interfear with the controls freedom of movement. It is small, and easily fits into any flight bag or backpack.

I consider myself an essentialist, meaning I only like to bring the items with me pertinent to safety of flight. A headset, kneeboard, handheld, survival kit, cell phone, kneeboard, batteries, and charts.

This kneeboard is an integral part of keeping my flight kit small and letting me easily access all the things that I need to when I need to get to them, instead of rummaging through multiple bags and backpacks adding unneccesary weight and time to my flight.

I personally endorse and reccomend purchasing this kneeboard, as I have been using it exclusively for the past 7 years and have yet to encounter another kneeboard that compares.

You can purchase it from Sky High Products by clicking here

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