Brunton® Avalanche™ 26DNL - CL Compass

Item # WNPX-232329

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Brunton® Avalanche™ 26DNL - CL Compass, here for LESS !

An Avalanche™ Compass by Brunton® with a slope-degree indicator to help you gauge where a slide might occur.

  • Look-through sighting mirror
  • Weather-tight
  • Percent / degree slope indicator
  • Declination scale
  • Rubberized case for good grip.
  • 3 x 2 1/ 2 " closed. 3 ozs.

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
(5) 1-6 of 6 Reviews
  1. 5 stars
    Compass arrived in a timely manner and was exactly as described on line. I look forward to using this compass!
  2. 4 stars
    Good quality
  3. 5 stars
    Totally satisfied!
  4. 1 stars
    My only other disappointment on this order... Having several different compasses, this unit is either demagnetized, or built with too tight of tolerances, as the needle with mot 'swing' or move', and is non repeatable in it's directional pointing.... Not at good thing,when navigating foreign landscapes........ awaiting replacement now... Hopefully, it will prove to work properly....
  5. this didn't work out for us. we will continue to look for the right compass thru the guide that better meets our needs.
  6. 5 stars
    product works very well
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