Brunton Pocket Transit International Compass

Brunton Pocket Transit International Compass
Brunton Pocket Transit International Compass
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Pocket Transit International Compass by Brunton
When your appetite for adventure refuses to be bound to a single hemisphere, be sure the Brunton Pocket Transit International Compass is in your backpack at all times. Made with precision in the USA, this compass utilizes powerful Alnico V magnets which are mounted to a polished, sapphire jewel bearing for smooth needle movement that won't dip in different hemispheres. The cast aluminum body is durable enough to handle remote and rugged places and is sealed with silicone for protection against water. Features on the Pocket Transit International include vertical angle measurements, percent grade scale measurements, short and long sights, precision aligned mirror with see-through sighting, and a ball and socket tripod mount.

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SKU: BRU000P
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