The Brunton Pocket Transit Conventional Compass features a traditional design with Alnico II magnets for quick return to magnetic north, as well as V-cut sapphire jewel bearing for smooth movement. Die-cast aluminum ensures durability in the field, should you accidentally drop this compass on the ground. The precision aligned mirror features a convenient see-through sight. Both short and long sights increase accuracy when you're sighting the azimuth or vertical angles. Speaking of vertical angles, it measures +/- 90 (100% grade). Magnetic declination adjustment changes east or west settings +/- 180, ensuring accuracy when you're traveling to different regions. The ball and socket tripod mount enhances its field capabilities. It comes with a leather case for protective storage and travel. Please note, it's available in either a 0 to 360 azimuth scale or 0 to 90 quadrants.
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