eGear Folding Map Compass with Clinometer


eGear Folding Map Compass with Clinometer

  • eGear Folding Map Compass with Clinometer


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HW-01010058
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7 available
Weight
1.10 lbs
Retail Price
$9.95
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$8.96 (Save 10%)

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A Folding map compass with sighting mirror and clinometer for geologists and geology students, hikers, search and rescue, foresters, firemen, campers, and all outdoor enthusiasts.

The eGear Folding Map Compass with Clinometer is almost identical to the Silva Ranger 515-CL at a third of the cost.

Both have:
  • 0 - 360 degree compass in 2 degree increments
  • Large sighting mirror with V slot
  • Adjustable declination
  • Clinometer slope indicator (100 degrees covering 90 east decl to 90 west decl)
  • Declination scale
  • Red orienting arrow
  • Luminous points
  • Millimeter (mm) scale
  • 1:25000 Romer map scale (vertical and horizontal)
  • 1:50000 Romer map scale (vertical and horizontal)
  • Inch scale
  • Orienting lines
  • Silicon map grippers

The eGear Folding Map Compass with Clinometer is made in China while the Silva Ranger 515 CL Compass with Clinometer is made in Indonesia.

The Silva Ranger 515 CL Compass also has a small magnifying area and a 1:2400 map scale.

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