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- 1" high
- 4" wide
- Liquid filled jewel bearing compass
- Balanced for northern hemisphere
- Cardinal directions in luminous prints on card
- Direction on rotating bezel in 10 degrees increments
- A fun, supercompact aid for underwater navigation. Clips to watch strap, sleeve, strap of backpack, side of map etc
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Know which direction you're traveling in without having to pull a compass out of your pocket. A design clipping to a strap, sleeve, or map offers hands-free operation and luminescent points, so you always have a clear sense of where you're going.
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- ASIN: B07CBJNQMP
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 8, 2014
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The other thing I don't care for is the opening on one end of the Clipper that does not totally enclose the watchband, it could easily be pulled off of the watchband if it were to get caught on something.
I own other Suunto compasses and they are all well made precision instruments; the Clipper is just as good but not as durable.
This won’t completely replace a good orienteering compass, but for general navigation and reading maps that do not require distance calculation this is an excellent addition to your gear.
I use this next to a stainless steel field watch and it has no effect on the bearing. The luminescent paint charges nice and bright in daylight or via a flashlight. Well made and easy to read!
Now I would like to a decent Velcro watch band. The ones that I have used for a number of years are now being made with really cheap hook and loop. My gear gets hard daily use and my bands are only lasting 3-4 months when I used to get close to a year (same brand but cheap material). This compass may not be perfect but is the best one that I have found for this use. I really do have a collection of failures.