Burton Truarc 15 Compass - Eskala Mountain Sports

Truarc 15 Compass

This mirrored baseplate compass offers professional features like an internal vial inclinometer and lid inclinometer that is ideal for advanced navigation, snow-safety, search & rescue, or scientific field work.
Availability:
In stock
Delivery time:
1-7 days
C$69.95
Excl. tax

This mirrored baseplate compass offers professional features like an internal vial inclinometer and lid inclinometer that is ideal for advanced navigation, snow-safety, search & rescue, or scientific field work.

SPECS
  • dimensions: 4” x 2.5” x 0.6” | 10.16 x 6.3 x 1.5cm
  • weight: 3.2 oz | 91 g
  • resolution: 1˚ Resolution
FEATURES
      • TruArc™ Global Needle tilts up to 20˚ for balanced use world wide
      • Tool-free declination adjustment is simple and fast to orient magnetic north to true north
      • Meridian lines on vial assist during pre-trip planning when aligning with map grid lines
      • Inch/millimeter scales for accurate and effective map work
      • Brunton EverNorth Magnet resists demagnetization over time
      • Magnified readout provides highest degree of accuracy without compromising readability
      • Dual azimuth ring includes reverse azimuth 
      • Sighting mirror and sighting line integrated into the cover. Align for the most accurate bearings, whether taking or following a bearing
      • Clinometer with 2˚ resolution for measuring slope angle or gauging heights of passes, peaks or trees 
      • Engineer’s ruler
      • Bubble level for absolute precision readings; keeping the compass level (not the needle level)  is a critical aspect for taking an accurate bearings
      • Map magnifier helps with the smaller details on any map 
        High visibility cling for enhanced performance in low light; can be removed to facilitate map use
      • 1˚ resolution azimuth ring provides precise readings

 

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