20mm Button Compass Liquid Filled
- Maximum Purchase:
- 100 units
Our 20mm button compasses are filled with a clear liquid that dampens the compass needle which helps to keep it steady and free floating.
About as big around as a United States penny, the liquid filled 20mm button compasses have a luminous dial, take up little space and are excellent for survival kits.
Sprinkle these compasses amongst your gear - you may be very glad you did. Save yourself from getting lost or find your way out of the wilderness, you cannot go wrong by having some button compasses handy.
Each compass is personally checked by me against a very accurate land surveying compass (I was a land surveyor in the Great North Woods for much of my life).
Note that the liquid in the compass may freeze at temperatures lower than -10 degrees F (-23C). If you expect to be using your compass in colder conditions you may be better off purchasing the non-liquid filled button compasses.
20-mm Button Compass Liquid Filled Specifications
- 20mm diameter by 6.5mm thick (3/4-inch x 1/4-inch)
- Liquid filled compass helps steady the free-floating compass card for easy reading
- Luminous dial with large easy to read markings
- Weight: 2.5 grams = .09 of an ounce (less than 1/10th of an ounce)
- Liquid in compass functions at low temperatures down to about -10 degrees F (-20 degrees C).
For the money this thing is pretty awesome. Works well even after some abuse. I figured it was pretty worthless, but for $2, why not? Nope, it's a pretty nice addition to a kit. Would I give up a lensatic for it, nope, but i sure like knowing this tiny little thing is a back up in case. Would be good for kids, back ups in your bags, or anyone just wants a cheap compass that works.
Rugged and accurate. Well worth the money.
bought tese as backups, Wow! quality much higher than i would have thought.
Work's great for my hiking sticks! Very accurate.
Nice little compass, accurate, NO air bubble, flat base perfect to epoxy to knife sheath, tinder bottle, etc...
You can't go wrong with these - put a button compass in your bugout bag, a button compass in your backpack, and a button compass in your car or truck. A basic compass often comes in handy!
I purchased this compass to add to my survival kit.