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Grooved Photo Board Set with 19mm White Characters and Numbers
Archaeology Photo Board Set

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If you want to take the most professional archaeology photographs possible, you will require the Professional Archaeology Grooved Photo Board.

This robust set comes with everything you need - characters and numbers that easily slide onto the black rubberised black panel. Included are two crystal storage boxes for your characters/numbers. The panel measures 350mm x 200mm  and is made of washable rubberised grooveboard with a plastic waterproof backing and anodised aluminium frame.

This must be the ultimate photoboard.

At last... a photo board - for the most  professional record of your site

the letters slip easily into place to allow super quick number and character changes. ( see the video )

WHITE characters (234)  and numerals/symbols (264) (19mm)   that is a lot of numbers!  

Like any specialist equipment - please take care of it, do not leave it soaking and dry it out or clean it before storing.

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Photoboard Review

Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

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Good July 18, 2017
Reviewer: - - from Ilok, Slavonia, Croatia  
Everything is ok, and it is very fast come. Thank you.

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Photo board set May 24, 2016
Reviewer: Colin Merrony from Sheffield, South Yorkshire United Kingdom  
I have been looking longingly at these for a while and have at last splashed out and got one. I should have done it a couple of years ago. A very clear, good quality, compact board and set. Just the thing to replace our chalk and blackboard photo boards for formal photographs on site. That means I will have to purchase a some more soon. This set is every bit as good as I hoped it to be.

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Poorly made January 30, 2015
Reviewer: Kevin Leonard from Shediac Bridge, NB Canada  
I first used this In September of 2014, digging test pits. After about 300 pits, it is basically unusable. The grooved rubber was not glued to the board, allowing it to buckle, thus making it hard to h=get the characters in, resulting in the rubber getting pierced and ragged (photos sent by email to info account). Nice design but poor execution.

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Aussie Archy December 22, 2013
Reviewer: Robert O'Bryan from Berwick, Victoria Australia  
Good for rugged outdoor use in all weathers

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