Suunto Clipper Compass

Suunto Clipper Compass
Suunto Clipper Compass
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Clipper Compass by Suunto
Fasten Suunto's compact Clipper Compass to watch straps, backpacks, scuba suit sleeves, or maps, and navigate your way through any adventure. This liquid-filled, jewel-bearing compass will let you know the direction without fail, unlike the modern, techy compasses that crap out as soon as the battery dies. Luminescent details help you find yourself under the night sky.

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