The AvPad iPad kneeboard is completely reversible for left or right-handed pilots. The iPad can be inserted upside down (home button on the top) and used by left-handed pilots, or right-handed pilots who would prefer the note pad to be their primary writing surface. The pilot can make either the iPad or note pad primary surface.
You still have access to all iPad ports and buttons, regardless of which way the iPad is inserted into the kneeboard. Two elastic straps on inside cover will hold a note pad, chart, approach plates, checklist, or any combination. A Velcro tab on the inside cover allows you to keep the iPad open on a tabletop for easier viewing.
The only iPad kneeboard and iPad case a pilot needs.
Manufactured with Cordura nylon for durability.
Breathable elastic leg strap
Front pocket to hold aviation charts, pilot log book or approach plates
Pen loop on outside kneeboard binding
Hand Stitched Designed and Manufactured in the U.S.A.
A Case and Kneeboard Never switch from a case to a kneeboard and back again. An all-purpose case that you can take to the flight line, or to the office.
Be prepared Your notepad won't run out of batteries. Your pen won't crash. And your checklist should always be in front of you. Being prepared should never be an option.
PIC Supplies Manufacturer Part No:30120
Orders for merchandise that is In Stock in our St Petersburg, Florida warehouse typically ship same-day if ordered by 3:00PM Eastern. We offer all UPS and USPS services within the US, and ship with DHL or USPS Express Mail outside the US. You will be prompted to select a shipping method during checkout.
AVPAD does wellI used the AVPAD once so far and it did exactly what I wanted. I needed a IPad base with a leg strap and place to have a note pad. A suggestion I have would be to make it more form fitting; similar to a leather cover made by TARGUS for the IPad 2. But otherwise very nice. Sidney Flynn - North Hollywood, CA
A pad KneeboardDoes the job. Seems fairly simple for the price.Jeff - Rohnert Park, CA