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Unfortunately StoneyPoint E-108 Wood Knob w/ Compass for Staff is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet.
You can also explore other items in the Monopods category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!
This model of Stoney Point Monopods is discontinued and no longer available. Please, choose from our wide selection of other Monopods on our site.
I bought this knob with compass to mount on a StoneyPoint Expedition Monopod. For just a couple of dollars more than a plain wooden knob the addition of a liquid filled compass adds a practical, useful benefit when the monopod is used as a hiking sta...
I use this knob on a Stoney Point polecat, knob works good, especially when the Polecat is only extended to the length of a walking cane, fits the hand easily and allows the use of the top of the staff to lean against more readily. Not as useful when...
wish it were a better compass, but it does work. it's the only hiking stick head with a compass that i can find, otherwise I'd prefer a better one.
Pros: the only hiking stick head compus
Cons: mediocre compass