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Suunto MC-2 (2014)

£45.00

When venturing out onto more featureless terrain a sighting compass allows far more accurate bearings to be taken over long distances. This is because the mirror allows the compass needle to be seen as you hold up the compass while aligning the notch in the top to the distant feature. The Suunto MC-2 compass benefits from a large clear needle ...

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Hi Gear Map Compass (2014)

£3.00

If money is really tight then the Hi Gear Map Compass will point you in the right direction. It has a smaller base plate than higher-priced compasses, which makes it more difficult to use when setting the compass between two points that are widely spaced. There is a 1:25,000 and a 1:63,360 (mile) scale marking for measuring distances from maps. ...

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Vango Compass DLX(2014)

£5.00

Like many Vango products this compass offers exceptionally good value, as while the price is extremely low you are also getting some useful features for navigating across the hills. The base is a reasonable length to allow easy setting of the compass on the map between points, and there are useful 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 map scales for measuring distances. The ...

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Brunton TruArc 7 (2014)

£25.00

If you spend most of your time on easier terrain and just need a mirror compass for short sections of moorland walking, you can save some money with this lower-priced option. The Brunton TruArc 7 compass has a large baseplate for easy setting of bearings on the map. There is a large- diameter liquid-filled needle housing with a rubber gripper ...

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Silva Expedition Type 4 (2014)

£33.00

The Silva Expedition Type 4  has probably been the most popular base plate compass for hillwalkers for decades as it is ideal if you are bagging summits and backpacking regularly in the UK, and need a reliable navigational tool. The base plate is longer than most compasses, which makes it a little easier to use with maps. It includes the ...

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