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APR PROFESSIONAL PILOTS KNEEBOARD

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Part# 13-03521
MFR Model# MK-2A/C

Overview

APR’s MK-2AC is a military pilot’s kneeboard. The kneeboard is contoured to comfortably fit either leg with foam pads that prevent movement. The quick-release buckle on an adjustable elastic leg strap allows for quick and easy removal.

The kneeboard has two heavy-duty clips that open to 1 inch to hold flight plans, charts, maps, or an approach plate book. A pilot’s name panel is at the top of the board. The MK-2AC has two pencil holders: one at the top, angled for quick pick-up to write clearances, and a spare on the side of the board.

The kneeboard comes with a pad of en route IFR flight logs that show example log sheets. VFR and IFR logs are available for purchase.

Specifications

  • Lifetime construction
  • Non-glare anodized aluminum
  • Size: 9 ¾” x 5 3/8”

Reviews

This kneeboard is the real deal. Its a little bulkier than I thought, and the pencil tube on the right side is too small for most any pen, but thats the nature of this kneeboard. Its much narrower than most tri-fold kneeboards, and works well with aircraft with a stick. A standard 5x8 pad of paper fits well, and the bottom clamp prevents the paper from flopping around in an open canopy environment.

Stan
September 28, 2017

I know it didn’t mention this but having read into the description Nav-military I would have liked to see a red lens supplied as the military does use.

Bartell
November 8, 2018

The top clamp doesn’t hold papers in place. You move too fast you push the papers out of clamp. The place you stick you pen is cheap and the picture is a pencil. Because pencil works best. Each pens unique design gets the spiral holding the pen all disconfigured. Don’t waste your money. My boyfriend said he wanted this one but he meant the cheaper version. I ended up with it. I only like that the bottom part that fits to leg is good. My boyfriend had to rivet a new board to his old APR kneeboard.

Mary
July 3, 2018

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