Brunton 20B Baseplate Compass

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Building-on and perfecting past Brunton innovations like tool-free declination and the revolutionary Eclipse 'circle over circle' alignment system, the Brunton O.S.S. base plate compass looks clean and sharp despite being feature-rich. Modern polymers and tireless engineering combine to make this a lifelong backcountry companion. Features the O.S.S. alignment system, tool free declination adjustment and more. Dimensions: 2.9" x 3.9" x 0.6". Wt: 1.7 oz.

- Mountains Plus

The Brunton 20B Baseplate Compass is the ideal companion for your outdoor map reading adventures. Smooth, accurate performance, with high-tech features. Brunton's exclusive 'circle-over-circle' alignment system eliminates the possibility of reading a bearing in reverse. Simply center the red 'North' circle over the compass dial's larger blue circle and you have the bearing you need. Tool-free declination adjustment on all Brunton compasses. 2-degree resolution on the compass dial for accurate navigation. Both inch and millimeter scales to help with distance measurements. Handy lanyard for keeping track of your 20B.


The Brunton O.S.S. 20B compass builds on innovations, such as tool-free declination and circle-over-circle alignment, with a clean design that is full-featured yet straightforward and easy to use.


Brunton O.S.S. 20B Compass DECENT FEATURES of the Brunton O.S.S. 20B Compass BRUNTON O.S.S. alignment system Tool free declination adjustment 2 degree resolution Inch/mm scales Lanyard Weight: 1.7 oz. Dimensions: 2.9?x3.9?x0.6? Limited Lifetime warranty Made in the USA

- Moosejaw

Brunton 20B Baseplate Compass

previously retailed for:
$10.93 - $26.25

The Brunton 20B Baseplate Compass is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 25, 2018 at NRS.

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