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Scout Sighting Compass


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The Scout Sighting Compass from Highlander is a fantastic budget-friendly choice.

This is a mid-priced, starter compass that will offer you all the benefits you need for the majority of your outdoor adventures. It is a good-sized sighting compass, measuring 16cm x 6cm x 1.5cm, with a base plate roamer scale, a sighting line, magnifying viewer and meridian lines. These features make it an ideal choice for orienteering.

The compass which is made from durable clear plastic can be folded in half when not in use not only making it easy to slip into your pocket but also making it even more compact. If you prefer to keep your compass where you can see it, then it can be worn around the neck on the handy lanyard that is included.

At 50g it is also an excellent lightweight addition to any equipment requirements you may have.

Scout Sighting Compass

SKU COM004 Category Brand


Sighting compass with base plate roamer scales. A mid-priced compass for orienteering use.

  • Magnifying viewer
  • Meridian lines
  • Sighting line
  • Neck cord included


SIZE: Pocket

DIMENSIONS: 16cm x 6cm x 1.5cm

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