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Brunton Mirrored Sighting Clinometer Thermometer Mirrored Compasses 8040G has been discontinued by Brunton and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Compasses category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

Brunton Mirrored Sighting Clinometer Thermometer Mirrored Compasses 8040G Product Info

Brunton Mirrored Sighting Clinometer Thermometer Mirrored Compasses 8040G - now on sale and available from OpticsPlanet online imagestore. OpticsPlanet is an Authorized Internet Dealer for Brunton Compasses

A classic example of a trusty compass, the 8040G is a mirrored map compass with our easy-reading optic green baseplate. Tool-free declination adjustment makes for less confusion, and the built-in thermometer gives you knowledge most compasses do not.

8040G

  • 3.8"x2.5"x.9"
  • 1.6 oz.
  • 2° graduations
  • 0-35° inclination scale
  • Declination adjustable
  • Clinometer
  • Inch & mm scales
  • Lanyard
  • Thermometer

Full line of Brunton is on sale in our online store. For our complete selection of Brunton compasses please visit our Brunton Compasses section.

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Brunton Mirrored Sighting Clinometer Thermometer Mirrored Compasses 8040G Unorderable Models

Brunton Mirrored Sighting Clinometer Thermometer Mirrored Compasses 8040G, MPN: F-8040G, UPC: 080078804014, Code: BT-CM-8040G

Brunton Mirrored Sighting Clinometer Thermometer Mirrored Compasses 8040G Comments

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Helpful Positive Review A passable avalanche tool by Legacy Reviewer, February 7, 2011
I bought this mainly to measure the slope of snow to aid in the evaluation of avalanche hazards without adding another thing for me to carry (since my old compass stays at home now.) While the clinometer works, it's hard to read a specific degree si...
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Helpful Negative Review Not for accuracy by Legacy Reviewer, December 8, 2011
Not terrible if you're headed North/South, but lack of lines for alignment prevents a reference point for sighting in your next point (so, the compass might be accurate in pointing North, but the lack of lines prevents you from navigating accurately ...
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Most Recent Review Rick's Review by Legacy Reviewer, June 21, 2010
We have only used the compass a few times but I think for $20 it is a good compass that will serve us well. We are into Boy Scouts.
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