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Phosphorescent Lensatic Compass Luminosity Phosphorescent Waterproof

 
Cammenga Corp
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CAM-122
CAM-122
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Specifications and features:
Cammenga US Military lensatic compass
Does not contain tritium
Phosphorescent luminosity
Sapphire jewel bearing
Bidirectional rotating bezel
-50 degrees F to +150 degrees F operating temperature
Cast aluminum frame
Includes lanyard
Waterproof
LC-1 carrying pouch with belt clip
Will illuminate for one to two hours after brief exposure to light
Per MIL-PRF-10436N accuracy
Degrees and mils. Dial readings
Induction damping process
Olive drap finish
One year warranty

For warranty issues, contact Cammenga info@cammenga.com

The phosphorescent lensatic compass has been used as an economical alternative to the tritium model for decades. Instead of self-luminous tritium this compass has phosphorescent paint. Features of this most rugged and accurate compass are: Luminosity: Phosphorescent Jewel bearing: Sapphire Rotating Bezel: Bi-directional Climate capacity: -50 to+150 degrees F. Frame Materials: Cast Aluminum Lanyard ; Waterproof Carrying Pouch: LC-1 pouch with belt clip New, Expected luminous life: Brief exposure to light Accuracy: Per MIL-PRF-10436N Dial readings: Degrees and mils. Casting: Aluminum Damping process: Induction (no liquid required) Body: Olive drab Pouch: Olive drab 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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5.0 5
"I've used many compasses for many differant events and incidents, ie war games, survival training, camping, hiking, for the price of this item, its durable, tough, and it does its job, nothing fancy or high tech about it, it just gets the job done. no need for higher priced compasses, they all do the same thing. thanks CTD."
5.0 5
"I have used the M2 compass for years in the military and love it. If you are trying to decide between the version with tritium or this one, I recommend saving a good chunk of change and use this florescent version. It works just as well, you may just have to flash some light on it briefly to brighten up the florescent at night. I use this for camping, hiking, rucking. I love this compass and take it everywhere I think I may need it."