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  • posted bykaextreme on 03/09/2015

    Pros: Light weight ha a plastic body as against metallic body on other models, ideal for basic use in direction finding, suitable for beginners who cant afford the expensive stuff. Cons: not to accurate, no illuminated dials, recommend having a flash light when in the dark. too fragile.


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  • posted bybillur on 03/12/2013

    Quite decent quality. Seems durable. The casing is real good. It seemed larger in the pictures but the size is OK. A small hint for magnetic and real north is also available on display. Must stay really horizontal to work correctly. Maybe there could be a water level in this product to ensure Not... Read more

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  • posted byJurjan on 02/22/2013

    Compass is guite cheap. I think it is usefull. Why not. I tried it just on reception. It worked as supposed. Only be sure to hold it horizontally. When it is not, then it does not rotate freely. Be also carefull not to use it next to ferromagnetic metal. It will not be accurate. Not noticed as I... Read more

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  • posted byArgRaiker on 08/15/2012

    Same package as any other lensatic compass, markings are correct, lenses work, works as intended.... Had to take out the disk and re-magnetize, it had very little strenght. Also, it may become stuck on the sides if allowed to pivot. So you have to either use it on a flat surface or tap it to free... Read more

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  • posted byludekstrobl on 03/28/2011

    The direction is true. It's small, so you can get it in the pocket. It's good for city walk, or walking in nature, but only for slow moving. Long time of stabilization. It isn't good for azimuth. I can't use it for fast walking. The shakes make the compass inaccurate. I have tried to run with but... Read more

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