Suunto MB-6G Global Compass

Suunto MB-6G Global Compass
Suunto MB-6G Global Compass
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MB-6G Global Compass by Suunto
Suunto's MB-6G Global Compass will work whether you're ski touring in Patagonia or Alaska. This analog compass provides specific navigational directions when you can't tell the difference between south and west, and its clinometer will let you know if you're heading up a hill steep enough for avalanches. This compass comes in a durable matchbox with a mirror for easier navigating, and there are luminescent markings to help you orient yourself in low light.

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