Brunton 15TDCL

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Specs

Weight 3 oz
Overall dimensions 3.9 in x 2.5 in x 0.8 in
Baseplate scales Inch, mm
Map scales 1:24k, 1:50k

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Brunton 15TDCL Compass DECENT FEATURES of the Brunton 15TDCL Compass Declination adjustable with included tool 2deg Graduations Luminous points Protective cover with sighting mirror Clinometer Available in degrees (15TDCL) or in quads (15TDCLQ) Lanyard Overall Dimensions: 3.9in. x 2.5in. x 0.8in. Weight: 3 oz Baseplate Scales: Inch and mm Map Scales: 1:24k and 1:50k Warranty: Limited lifetime

- Moosejaw

A true classic for the outdoor enthusiast! Brunton(R) 15TCDL compass offers mirrored sighting, adjustable declination and a clinometer. This precise azimuth compass has a sighting mirror for taking accurate and quick bearings--great for serious and avid users. Adjustable declination accounts for difference between true and magnetic north; lanyard key locks adjusted declination into place. Sighting mirror with vee notch allows quick bearing acquisition on landmarks and also folds down to protect compass. Includes a clinometer to measure slope angles- useful to winter travelers to help estimate danger on avalanche-prone slopes. Features luminous points for better viewing, silicon map grippers on base, and meridian lines to help orient compass to map. Multiple scales on baseplate for convenient use with a variety of map scales. Uses 0 - 360deg azimuth scale in 2deg increments for bearing accuracy. Includes has a removable 15 inch lanyard (30 inch circumference) with declination adjustment screwdriver.

- REI

15TDCL ELITE: 2οΎ° gradations Clinometer Declination adjustment Luminous points Lanyard with declination tool 1:24k & 1:50k meter scales Size: 3.9" x 2.5" x .75" Weight: 3.0 oz.

- CampSaver.com

Brunton 15TDCL

MSRP:
$48.00

The Brunton 15TDCL is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 5, 2012 at Moosejaw.

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