Silva Explorer 203

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Ergonomic explorer: Ergonomically designed base plate comfortably fits hand while 1:24,000 and 1:62,500 direct reading scales ensure accurate mapping and plotting. Extended base plate has inch and 1/10-mile direct reading scales that meet U.S.G.S. standards. Features: 2 dial graduations. Built-in magnifier for map details. Declination scale for quick adjustments of map bearings to field headings.

- Appalachian Outdoors

A good compass is a basic necessity when heading into the backcountry. This compass is a great value and has more features than the standard entry-level compass. 1:24,000 and 1:62,500 scales allow you to map and plot routes with great accuracy. Two-degree graduation has large easy-to-read numbers at every 20 degrees. Extended clear base plate has inch and 1/10-mile scales that meet USGS standards. Parallel lines in base make map work easier. Built-in magnifier helps you see fine map details. Declination correction scale lets you quickly adjust for magnetic deviation to take accurate field headings. Imported. Dimensions 4"L x 2"H. Weight 1 oz.

- L.L.Bean

Ergonomically designed base plate comfortably fits hand while 1:24,000 and 1:62,500 direct reading scales ensure accurate mapping and plotting. Extended base plate has inch and 1/10-mile direct reading scales that meet U.S.G.S. standards.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Getting lost in the woods or the desert is no fun. Make sure you have your backpacking essentials, including a map and the Silva Explorer 203 Compass. An ergonomically designed base plate fits comfortably in your hand while you read your map using both 1:24,000 and 1:62,500 direct reading scales. The Explorer 203 extended base plate has inch and 1/10-mile direct reading scales that meet U.S.G.S. standards and weights in a just one ounce, leaving you no reason to leave your compass behind.

- Altrec Outdoors