Surprising precise. I crosschecked with other compasses and with Google Earth and the bearing is not more than two degrees off. Very, very easy handling: Hold your target in the diopter-sightline and read the bearing through the lensatic peephole, that's it. Every tenth degree is figured, every single degree is marked with a dash.
Lightweight and handy.... Read more
1. It have a robust body.
2. It is light.
3. Visually, this is no worse than a similar compass Suunto, but much cheaper. 1. It's haven't a diopter adjustment. The same metal compass (http://club.dx.com/reviews/text/114908/add) have this adjustment. However, I am satisfied with the diopter presetting. Body is glued. You can't make it out. If you're lucky,... Read more
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