Coghlans Lensatic Compass

Coghlans Lensatic Compass by Coghlans


by Coghlans
$3.89
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on 10-2-2018
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Product Features
Liquid filled for fast readability with sturdy plastic case; jeweled pivot and luminous letters

Item Description


Coghlans Lensatic Compass:
  • Liquid filled for fast readability
  • Coghlans compass comes in sturdy plastic case
  • Jeweled pivot and luminous letters
  • Luminous letters increase readability in low-light environment settings
  • Instructions enclosed
  • Easy to use anywhere
  • Ideal for almost any excursion
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Fits inside any pocket or backpack for easy carrying
  • Dimensions: 8''x 4.5'' x 1.25''
  • Overall height, top to bottom: 8
  • Overall width, side to side: 4.5
  • Overall depth, front to back: 1.25
  • Overall product weight: 0.16 lbs


What buyers are saying
I have to admit that I have no idea how to really use a compass -- I was never a Boy Scout. I don't even know why I bought this compass. I'm a huge gadget-nerd, and for some reason I've wanted a compass since I was a kid. Unfortunately, all the inexpensive ones I've looked at over the past 20 or 30 years have pointed to a direction I know NOT to be north. And all the GOOD compasses that do point true north have been too expensive for me to justify purchasing one (Remember, I don't know how to use a real compass and really have no use for one other than to be able to say, \"I own a compass!\") When I saw this one on the clearance section of walmart.com, and saw the price (less than $6), I figured I'd add it to an order I was already placing. I certainly didn't expect anything special for the price, but I have to admit that when the item arrived, I was like a kid on Christmas morning -- I couldn't get the package open quickly enough! And the first thing I noticed was that it does indeed point true north!!! Now I just have to figure out how to use it and then I'll have to find something to do that requires the use of a compass. Maybe I'm still young enough to re-discover the NorthWest Passage!