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The PT17Clipboard organised Ideal for carrying forms and tickets, this sturdy clipboard is made from vest strong ABS plastic and provides... - Read More
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Ideal for carrying forms and tickets, this sturdy clipboard is made from vest strong ABS plastic and provides a smooth writing surface on the go. Not only can the clipboard be used anywhere, with its removable multi LED lamp it can also be used any time, making the PT17 perfect for those long night shifts. Built in to the board are both a solar powered calculator and an comfortable ergonomic grip. Inside the board is divided into three easy to reach sections, one for A4 papers, one to safely store the LED lamp when not in use and another for stationary.
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- Made from strong ABS plastic
- Solar powered calculator
- Built in carry handle
- Powerful LED lamp
- 3 Separate storage sections
Had a couple of these now and overall a good product. Work light and storage extremely useful as an instant office and generally robust enough for work outdoors and numerous transits through baggage holds. A couple of weak points on the hinge and the fastening clamp on the handle but the liberal application of gaffer tape soon sorted that. Ideal for my use and pretty happy with the ones purchased so far.
Laurence A. Skelly
Good ClipboardThis clipboard has a handle and is as described sturdy. Whilst some may find it beneficial I did not and therefore removed the calculator. I will be putting a clock with backlight in its place. Perhaps an optional clock vs calculator may be offered in the future. Apart from that it is as described and a neat piece of kit, compartment for pens, room for extra forms, smooth writing surface. It remains to be seen how well it lasts in the rigors of usage. Overall I like it.