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Suunto MC-2 Global Compass - Inches - Northern Hemisphere

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SKU: SUU-SS004239001

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  • Suunto MC-2 Global Compass - Inches - Northern Hemisphere

Suunto MC-2 Global Compass - Inches - Northern Hemisphere

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Features

  • Global Balancing System
  • Clinometer
  • Large mirror
  • Jewel bearing
  • cm or inch scales
  • Adjustable declination correction scale
  • Additional sighting hole for superior accuracy
  • Baseplate with magnifying lens and anti-slip rubber pads
  • Detachable snap-lock in lanyard. Easy to detach for working with the map
  • Wristlock in the lanyard

Specifications

  • Size: 65 x 101 x 18 mm / 2.5 in. x 3.9 in. x 0.6 in. (with lid closed)
  • Weight: 74 g / 2.65 oz
Descriptions

The MC range of mirror compasses provides an invaluable tool for those who place a particular premium on accurate and reliable directional measurements; for example surveyors, miners, architects, rescue patrols, hikers, boaters and the military. The declination adjustment system, standard throughout the range, is especially useful when working in areas of large magnetic variation, while the sighting notch provides superior accuracy. The MC-2 model is also available with the Global Balancing System.

Mechanical compasses have been working as the navigator for several thousands years.

The magnetic compass is still an environmentally friendly, cheap and reliable tool when choosing a course. The oldest Suunto field compasses, which are still in use, are manufactured in 1938. A high quality field compass hardly needs any other service than washing in fresh water from time to time. The compass works without any external power supply. The compass gets its power from nature from the magnetic north pole.

Global Balancing System

The vertical intensity and direction of the earth's magnetic field, the inclination, influences the horizontal plane of a compass needle according to the latitude where it is used. Due to inclination, compasses must be balanced for different geographical zones in order to keep the needle in a horizontal position.

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