SUUNTO KB-20/360R G Compass (Yellow)

May 13, 2019 - Comment
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(as of April 6, 2020 22:45 GMT+0200 - Details)

The light-weight precision compass. The advanced navigation compass. When venturing out into unknown territory, these sighting compasses offer precision navigation with a variety of carefully engineered and dependable features for challenging conditions. Sighting tools for accurate direction taking. Rugged construction.

Product Features

  • Scale: Azimuth 360 Degree, Reversed 360 Degree
  • Adjustable diopter
  • Sapphire bearing
  • Liquid filled capsule for stable operation


Anonymous says:

OK. better quality than the price likely deserves but if you want acuracy you need a different design. Its OK but: Plastic and not liquid filled. The card rotates freely and seems to have quality internal components but sighting accurately is a little difficult using the internal prism due to the design lacking 2 points of reference on the card and body to align.This results in some error if the eye is not lined up perfectly with the card. It looks like they tried to compensate for this with a narrow sight window, but that just made seeing the graduations a P.I.T.A. Should do fine for hiking…

Anonymous says:

Pleased w this compass So far am pleased with what I see. We just bought this little compass and have not had the chance to use it on the open water. I like the fact that it is light and floats and his bright yellow. The color definitely makes it easy to find. Probably the only dislike is that it is very tiny. My husband has big hands and it’s hard for him to hold it… But on the other hand very easy for me to hold as a lady! The viewer itself is a good size, it is just the overall size of the compass that is…

blank Anonymous says:

readings frequently not repeatable, due to parallax and sluggishishness This compass is VERY sluggish. The problem is the huge amount of drag and excessive dampening created by the liquid on the full compass card. If the card was perforated (i.e shaped like ring instead of a full disk) it would be much lighter and a lot more responsive and it would also not have so much surface area to create the drag by the fluid. On average it takes half a minute to almost a whole minute for the card to settle down to the final heading. It settles down to the last +- 3…

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