"It’s professional information in a concise and orderly manner. From preflight planning to touchdown, keeps your flight tasks orderly and functional. Put away what you have been using... Take a tip from the professionals and use a real checklist. Who needs it? Any pilot looking for a concise, well-organized, durable checklist. What do we think? These checklists are fantastic!"
Private Pilot Magazine

"I was so impressed that I took the display for my wife's training. A very worthwhile product. I compliment you on the fine job you have done."
Phil Boyer, Former President AOPA


"We’ve never seen anything quite like it. The methodical, organized flow would be a boon to any instrument student or pilot."
The Aviation Consumer


"I've had the opportunity to look at ESP CheckMate and have passed it around to some of my colleagues. Without exception, we all believe it is a perfect addition to our Pinch Hitter kit." 
Richard Hiner, VP of Training, AOPA Air Safety Institute


"There is no reason pilots shouldn't treat themselves to a set - An important enhancement to safety."
Flight Training Magazine


"This checklist just knocked my socks off!!  I have never seen so much valuable safety information presented in such a handy format!"
Marty Snow, Eagle Flight Safety Products


"The Best Checklist Since Airplanes Were Invented.  Until you try one it's difficult to imagine how much easier it makes checklist usage." 
The Atlantic Flyer


"Your products do more good to General Aviation (GA) than most products involved. There is no way you could access the number of lives you have saved or helped greatly with the thoughtful checklists you have perfected. You are a hidden asset to GA."
Charles Bowser,FAA  D.E.R.

Representative, Retired D.O.D. & N.A.S.A. Flight Test Engineer.

"Intelligently arranged on a single, two-sided plastic color card. Not only does it waltz from preflight through the MAP, the checklist allows you to anticipate and prepare for all phases of the flight. The step-by-step information is right in front of you."
Plane & Pilot Magazine


"Concise, well-organized, easy to understand. This checklist just might help save the day."
Flying Magazine


"I have found that the CheckMate checklists are just the right checklist for the aircraft owners and pilots that I fly with. The checklists are arranged in the correct and logical order for easy use. With CheckMate checklists available, there is no excuse for not using a checklist. No flight is so important that we cannot take time to make it a safe flight!"
David Faile, “1999 National Flight Instructor of the Year”.
National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) "Master Instructor".
EAA Technical Counselor & Flight Advisor.
FAA Aviation Safety Counselor.


"Complete, well-organized, and the most helpful aid of their kind."
Beechcraft Pilot Proficiency Program


"A colorful and useful presentation. A tremendous improvement on the factory versions."
AOPA Pilot Magazine

"I am completely sold on CheckMate. They contain more information in one place than we've ever seen. Keep your eyes open when you get to your local FBO."


"Normally, it is hard to recommend one checklist over another. However, recently, I received my CheckMate in the mail which was different. It is amazing how much information can be located on one card and still be readable. I was highly impressed by what I saw.                                   
Piper Owner’s Magazine

"Very comprehensive and practical. A worthy contribution to aviation safety."
Rod Machado, National Speaker / National Accident Prevention Counselor
"Flight Instructor of the Year"

"Every now and then someone comes along with a better version of a product that is more efficient and a highly usable device. CheckMate contains virtually all the data desired."
General Aviation News & Flyer

"A colorful and useful presentation.... A tremendous improvement on the factory versions."
AOPA Pilot Magazine

"Will promote safety...…An excellent communicative tool between the pilot and the airplane.
"Gregory G. Gorak, "1975 National Flight Instructor of The Year"
National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) "Master Instructor".
Gold Seal CFI, Aviation Safety Speaker, Flight Instructor Refresher Clinics.

"Beautiful pieces of work! I highly recommend CheckMate."
Piper Short Wing Club

"We have discovered the most incredible checklist for Cessna 172-182 type aircraft. Virtually everything you need on two sides of this single sheet plastic checklist."
Cessna 172 - 182 Club

About Our ESP CheckMate -
"Here’s something that might save your spouse’s life." 
Wayman Dunlap, Pacific Flyer Magazine


About Our IFR CheckMate -
"Detailed and comprehensive."
IFR Magazine


About Our 24-Hours Survival CheckMate - 
"Another in a long line of innovative, easy-to-use products from CheckMate that makes short work of preparing for the worst!" Bring the Survival CheckMate on each and every flight, and then relax - you’re prepared."
Greg Erianne, Ph.D., CFII, Aviation Science Program Coordinator


About Our Aviation CheckBook - 
"There's a new addition to the CheckMate library which many pilots will find indispensable - It's a great product for a remarkably low price."
Robert N. Cadwalader,  Atlantic Flyer


"Thorough and well-planned."
AOPA Flight Training Magazine

"Each section details how to go about accomplishing the task using language that a layperson can understand. The sections are well-thought-out." 
AOPA Pilot Magazine




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I purchased a 1965 C182H way across the country in St. Louis and the previous owner had left a well-used CheckMate inside.    I had been using a spiral bound check-list that I made myself up until that time but it was for a 172.   Since I needed a new one I decided to use the CheckMate. I was soon very impressed with its organization and thoroughness.  It made flying safer. It was better in every way then what I had used before and the ultimate test would come soon.

Coming home from a coastal flight in the evening during October the engine began to lose power.   Although I had trained for this many times, panic was the first thing I remember as there was absolutely nowhere to land.   The engine further deteriorated and began to sputter.   Something had to be done – but what??   I remembered that the CheckMate had emergency procedures on the back side – though I had never paid much attention before.  Well, I did then.

I immediately executed the Power Loss In Flight checklist … and…after nearly losing the engine and 500 feet…saw “Carb Heat – ON”.  The engine further sputtered and then roared back to life! Now I fly with CheckMate in my hands – or the hands of my passenger – who is briefed on potential problems and the use of the emergency procedure checklists.    Thanks CheckMate!    You are never out of reach.  ....Cliff, Washington