Suunto Clipper L/B NH is a superior micro compass that is always a part of your gear. Suunto attachable Clipper compass forms a natural part of your outdoor gear, freeing up hands and easing the mind. You can fasten it to a strap, sleeve or map edge. Compass is operable in low light with luminescent markings.
A floating, ergonomic multi-purpose mirror compass that combines precision with practicality. Simple sighting compass with added useful features that will help trekkers go even further into the great outdoors. Packed with lanyard, whistle and quick guide.
A premium quality precision compass for convenient direction taking globally even in demanding conditions. Reliable and essential for navigating and surviving in extreme conditions. This hardy baseplate compass is ready for the challenge. Packed with quick-release lanyard and quick guide. Great for professional use - military, security and LE etc.
Globally balanced compass in a handy matchbox style case. Tough, with a super rugged protective housing and with features needed in navigation at high elevation. Comes with lanyard, declination correction tool, and quick Guide. Great for professional use - military, security and LE etc.
GPS outdoor watch with versatile navigation functions for hiking and trekking. Suunto Traverse gives you the confidence of finding your way and encourages you to step off the beaten track. Topographic maps in Suunto Movescount and the integrated GPS/GLONASS navigation help you plan and find your way in the wild. Automatic breadcrumb of your track ensures...
Suunto A-10 is a robust and compact easy to use baseplate compass for general recreational use. It's great for hiking and orienteering. Suunto A-10 is fast, simple and accurate. Minimalistic and straightforward, it's quick to learn and ideal for navigating with a map.
Suunto M-9 is a handy and reliable hands-free wrist compass for accurate navigation in town or in the country. Compass is operable in low light with luminescent card. It's compact, rugged and particularly handy, when both hands are needed to get past the next challenge.