|商品尺寸||2.54 x 2.54 x 2.54 cm; 340.19 克|
|型号||Seattle Sports - Sea Rover Deck Compass Black|
|商品特征||Sea Rover Deck Compass Black|
Seattle Sports SeaRover Deck Compass
A great compass at a great price! The Sea Rover features a large compass with easy-to-read markings. No squinting to read where you're going! With a simple yet elegant base, the Sea Rover attaches easily to deck lines or sits nicely on top of a deck bag. Quick-release buckles allow for easy attachment.
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High-quality (feels solid), "settles" instantly (well damped), good size (easy to see), secure attachment, and exactly matched the readings from our hiking compasses.
To address a few of the negative reviews:
- I can't speak to the leakage/longevity issue. Haven't had any trouble, but then I've only had the compass a few months. Some of the complaints were about physical abuse that could damage any compass though. You should have a backup in the form of a hiking compass at least. Next time I go I will make sure someone else in our group has one of these as well, they are that useful. And sure, if you can afford it, go with a $70 compass - but if the extra cost would stop you from geting one - go with this one for sure - don't go without in either case.
- One person complained that the readout of the compass is "backwards." Actually this is genius and super-intuitive. When you are pointed North and you look at the compass, it reads "North" (which does mean that the N is actually pointed South - towards you, but believe me, that's what you want. And if you want to see a "normal" compass,lean forward and look at the compass from the top - there's your "standard" compass.
- Not illuminated (keeps it simpler), so bring a headlamp with a red light so you can see your compass and chart in the dark.
- I found the cables and clips to be very snug and secure and not slip at all. And on my kayak at least, I wanted the compass as close to the cockpit as possible, so the attachment was right where the deck lines anchor to the boat, and so didn't make them appreciably tighter or less useful for rescue.
Bearing adjusts quickly and steadies itself rather well. No problem working under choppy conditions either.