A compact compass for an emergency kit, or as a back-up for expeditions.
- 0°-360-degree dial markings with large numerals at every 30-degree mark.
- Glow in the dark indices on the sighting mirror, North arrow, and on either side of the plot arrow.
- Built in sundial.
- Centimeter/millimetre rules.
- Sighting mirror for plotting routes, can be used in emergencies for signalling.
- Grooved bezel is easy to use with or without gloves.
The earth's magnetic field varies considerably so most compasses are designed to work in the specific hemisphere zones for which they are being used. A global compass can be used anywhere.
Measures angles of slope, elevation or inclination.
Luminous markings allow you to read your compass in dim light conditions.
Sets the compass to indicate true north instead of magnetic north.