From your summer job with the forestry department to ski tours in the cold of winter, you always have your Brunton Omnislope Compass tucked into your pocket. That's because it features a fast and accurate Precision Pendulum and an easy-to-read display that shows degrees, percent grade, and 66-foot forestry chain, so you can quickly and precisely gauge the height of a tree, the angle of a ski slope, or the pitch of a cave.
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