COMPASS, MAGNETIC, UNMOUNTED: WRIST
S.E.R.E. Compass (Compass, Magnetic, Unmounted)
These compact compasses are usually seen in Aircrew Survival Kits and seldom seen by the public. This production run was delivered last month and we were fortunate enough to get some of the extras.
Special Features : Din sealed brass case; threaded with 45 lb braided nylon fish line;
compass card has prominent luminious paint markings.
Limited Introduction From Surplus
Was looking for a small, reliable compass to keep in my EDC pouch. This is the one! So far, really good choice. Thanks.
This is an efficient, well made basic directional compass and will serve a Soldier or traveler well as a backup to the issue compass or one small enough to have with you all the time as a traveler who may need a guide to get where you need to be. You can put it in your shoulder bag and forget about it until its needed. When that need occurs this will not fail you. How can you afford not to have one with you.
One Awesome Little compass. Ive shook it, dropped it on the ground and in water. Still points N when matching up to my Silva
I've got one in the hollow handle of my knife, one in my pack, one in my first aid kit, one in my fire starting kit, and a few extras just in case. I had one on my keychain but the glass cracked (it still works though). Great for its intended purpose.