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.
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.
I know it didnâ€™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.
The top clamp doesnâ€™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. Donâ€™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.