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The Brooks-Range All-in-One Map Tool Pro(TM) contains all the UTM scales and slope indexes commonly used on backcountry topographic maps in the US, Alaska, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and Japan.Ten distance scales located along the edges for use on almost any topo map, from 1:20,000 through 1:250,000. All scales but one in both miles (mi) and kilometers (km). Besides distance scales, this tool has ten slope indexes, and eight UTM scales. The compass rose is marked every degree in black, every 64 degrees in red and can double as an inclinometer. The All-in-One Map Tool Pro, measuring only 4 x 7 inches, easily slips into a shirt pocket. Thin but durable, this non-glare, flexible plastic material prevents broken corners or tearing in cold and severe conditions. All these features make the Brooks-Range Map Tool Pro as essential for orienteering as a map and compass. Detailed instructions included.
The Brooks-Range All-in-One Map Tool is a like a safety rocket you can just slip into your pocket. This tool contains s all the UTM's, scales, and slope indexes typically used on topo maps in the US, Alaska, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and Japan. This flexible plastic map too measures just 4-in x 7-in and wont break or tear in cold or severe conditions. The Map Tool meets or exceeds USGS standards for accuracy down to 1/50th of an inch. Scales include: 1:24,000 mi; 1:25,000 mi/km; 1:50,000 mi/km; 1:62,500 mi; 1:63,360 mi; 1:100,000 mi/km; 1:125,000 mi/km and 1:250,000 mi. It also comes with seven slope indexes, a compass rose, a UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) Grid, and three UTM corner readers.
Make navigation easier with the All-in-One Map Tool from Brooks Range, an simple 4 x 7-inch plastic card with all the UTMs, scales, and slope indexes generally used on topographic maps for the US, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, and Japan. Stow this pocket-sized map in your pack or coat, featured by Backpacker Magazine in March, 2007, it meets USGS accuracy standards to 1/50th of an inch.
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