What units people use:

Pretty much everywhere in the world will use metric units when diving except for the US and to a certain extent Canada. This may also spill over into US influenced diving areas such as Hawaii, the Caribbean, and the Gulf of Mexico etc.

If you only ever dive with your own kit, then travelling to a different units location is unimportant - you just need to buy logs in the units you are comfortable with. Only if you rent a console or dive computer (although most modern ones can be switched from one type to another) will you hit this problem - just do some research before you go.

All our logs are available in either metric or imperial units - you choose this as you add them to your shopping cart.


Metric
- Depth will be in meters
- Pressure will be in bars
- Temperature will be in Centigrade
- Volume will be in litres
Imperial
- Depth will be in feet
- Pressure will be in psi
- Temperature will be in Fahrenheit
- Volume will be in cubic feet
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The designing of logs and stamps is easy to follow but having log sheets with the information you want to retain rather than the standard logs adds an extra dimension to record keeping and the stamps make it that little bit more personal and fun. The delivery was very fast and everything was packed with care. I have allready recomended this site to other club members. A1
Gary Snowball, Manchester Metropolitan University Sub-Aqua Club
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