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For a feature-rich professional-grade navigation tool, look no further than the Kasper & Richter Meridian Pro Luminous Compass. A built-in clinometer measures slope and elevation while the bubble level and 1/4-inch thread allows you to fix the compass to a tripod for exceptionally precise readings. Plus, the luminous compass card can be quickly charged by a light source, allowing night-time readings for up to 20 minutes.

  • Aluminum body is lightweight and durable
  • Luminous compass card can be quickly charged with a flashlight, which allows you take night-time readings for up to 20 minutes
  • Fluid-filled dampening reduces wobble for improved readability
  • Thermo-elastic capsule provides durable bubble-free performance
  • Integrated clinometer allows you to measure slope and elevation
  • Bubble level helps ensure an accurate read
  • 1/4-inch thread allows you to attach the compass to a tripod
  • Flip-up sighting prism allows you to take bearings on distant objects and landmarks
  • Cordura carry case with belt loop keeps the compass safely stowed and close at hand
  • Luminescent bezel and north points allow you to take readings in low light conditions
  • Inch and millimeter scales aid in map reading
  • Metal bezel has a 0-360 azimuth scale with 5-degree resolution
  • Internal compass card has 0-360 azimuth scale and a reciprocal scale with 1-degree resolution

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An Excellent Compass

This is a great compass that is tough, accurate and reliable. The case is tough and the replaceable capsule has never developed a bubble. I've gone from just above sea level to about 2300 meters and back, from a warm house to -25*C for a few days at a time, bumping dropping and just hard use and never developed a bubble. I have had this compass for a few years now and use it for hunting, hiking, rough surveying property and mining claims, and it's accuracy is excellent. For hunting in the mountains the inclinometer helps get angles for shooting up/down hills for shot ranging. If you are just going to hike trails, it's overkill, but for anything like off map hiking mountaineering or more it is a high end option.