Highgear TrailPilot 2

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Highgear's TrailPilot 2 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Small enough to clip onto the outside of your daypack or onto your fly-fishing vest, the High Gear Trail Pilot is an exceptionally lightweight analog compass/digital thermometer made for those looking for an essential resource on short trips. The liquid-filled analog compass features six-degree graduations, making it ideal for guideline bearings. A Therma-Sensor near the clip reads temperatures down to a 0.1 resolution in Fahrenheit or Celsius. Whether you're looking for a basic compass for cruising ski areas or wondering if it's warm enough to roll out of your sleeping bag yet, the High Gear Trail Pilot is compact enough to fit practically anywhere. If you're looking for a few more features (like an altimeter, barometer and chronograph) take a moment to look at the High Gear Axis Watch.

- Altrec Outdoors

Usually, the less complicated something is, the less likely it is to fail. Highgear employed this concept in its Trail Pilot 2 Compass, which won't freeze or run out of batteries when you need it to navigate back to the warmth of home. The air-filled, see-through compass face and rotating bezel make detailed orienteering easy, and the adjustable declination ensures that you get good readings from Mexico to Montana.

- Backcountry.com

The HighGear Trailpilot 2 features a digital thermometer, compass and carabiner clip for easy attachment.

- CampSaver.com

The Highgear Trail Pilot gives you the information you need in a snap.