Guide 2.0 Compass

Guide 2.0 Compass

$34.99

A traditional mirror sighting compass commonly used by mountaineers

The Guide 2.0 is waterproof and features a DryFlex™ rubber grip for easy handling and comes with a use-anywhere declination scale inside the capsule. The base plate offers map-measuring in inches and scales of 1:62.5k mile & 1:24k USGS scale. The red/black and North/South lines in the capsule bottom ensures easy and safe settling. The scales and markings in a clear contemporary font combined with lots of transparency in the baseplate makes navigating easier. The needle is made from finest Swedish steel with high quality magnetic features.



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A traditional mirror sighting compass commonly used by mountaineers

The Guide 2.0 is waterproof and features a DryFlex™ rubber grip for easy handling and comes with a use-anywhere declination scale inside the capsule. The base plate offers map-measuring in inches and scales of 1:62.5k mile & 1:24k USGS scale. The red/black and North/South lines in the capsule bottom ensures easy and safe settling. The scales and markings in a clear contemporary font combined with lots of transparency in the baseplate makes navigating easier. The needle is made from finest Swedish steel with high quality magnetic features.

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