|Basic Binder:Single and twin-engine airplanes have fewer maintenance logs which can be easily managed with these basic Chicago-screw type binders. This binder can hold four to eight maintenance logs, enough for the typical twin, with plenty of space remaining. These high density poly binders are fuel and solvent resistant, almost indestructible, and will protect your tech logs in any shop environment. Binder package includes envelope for service tags and airworthiness forms.|
For me, it only holds about a half dozen aircraft log books for my single engine Musketeer, however it does so neatly. My concern was that I had too few books - only about 3/4 worth, and that the ties would not collapse thin enough but all good. My previous one lasted about 20 years and I think this one will as well.
A good 3 ring binder would work better. Need to take it apart to make entries.
Returned for refund. Undersized and overpriced.
Do not purchase this item! I wish I could attach a photo to show you exactly what you get for this item. It is nothing more than a plastic cover page that says aircraft technical record and a last plastic page. It comes with four aluminum screws so that you can insert aircraft technical records and so on and so forth inside. I would not purchase this item, however, the actual technical records that are red yellow light blue and so on are very valuable with plenty of detailed log entries and approximately 25 pages for data entry.
This is a 5.$ binder not a 35$ binder. I am sending it back.
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This is just the binder cover. The books must be purchased separately.