Suunto MC-2G USGS Mirror Compass

Suunto MC-2G USGS Mirror Compass
Suunto MC-2G USGS Mirror Compass
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MC-2G USGS Mirror Compass by Suunto
The Suunto MC-2G USGS Mirror Compass features a patented global needle that functions flawlessly anywhere in the world. It includes a large mirror, additional sighting hole, luminous bezel ring, and baseplate with magnifying lens, all to increase accuracy. But the crown jewel of the MC-2G is a patented Global Needle that works anywhere on the globe.

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