NOT in the OFFICE!

Yes, we’re guilty — we haven’t been in the office, we’ve been out paddling. “We live and play by the sea, we love the ocean, we are paddlers.”

Onsight product testing—yes, there’s an app for that!

Now this is not our mantra (though it’s close) this is the tagline for Paddle Logger, which is why we’ve been out on the water and not in the office. This is a handy little app that tracks your time on the water. Paddle Logger was created by David Walker from the UK.

“Paddle Logger is a product born out of frustration — there was nothing out there for me, a paddler. I started SUPing a few years ago and I haven’t looked back. Being out on the water is a form of escapism and a great relaxer. Whether out on the sea around Falmouth, Cornwall or along the waterways of London, paddling is a huge part of my life.” he shared with us.

Paddle Logger was pretty simple and easy to use — it wasn’t rocket science to figure it out! I simply downloaded the app to my phone. (I carry it in a TPU Guide Waterproof Phone Cases by Sea To Summit when I paddle) packed up my board paddle and phone and set out to the closest body of water. Below in the picture gallery you can see exactly what transpired on my excursion. I like that it can categorize my trips in a folder and then each trip has individual details. I am able to add pictures to the gallery of where I paddled from the app and save it if I so desire. The map feature also has the option of a map view or you can view it from the satellite view.

They’ve also recently added an update so it is compatible with the Apple iWatch 2. You can download the app from the app store for a mere $3.99. If you run into any bugs you can let Paddle Logger’s support team know and they respond right away! (Haven’t had any complications with mine however.) I love all of it’s innovative features and whether you are training or heading out on a multi-day expedition or just getting on the water having fun with your your friends or family, Paddle Logger is what you want! This is one of my favorite new trip accessories that is a must have for any paddler!

Paddle Logger

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