Attach this little compass and thermometer to your keychain or zipper pull to assess the air temperature and quickly get oriented in foreign cities.
- Fixed dial.
- Liquid-filled capsule.
- Non-magnetic brass ring and carabiner.
- Alcohol-based thermometer displays Fahrenheit or Celsius.
- Note: keys made of metals other than brass may interfere with the compass needle.
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.