A compact and sturdy sighting compass that allows accurate simultaneous forward and reciprocal bearings even in low light conditions.
- dimensions: 2.5 x 3.5 x 0.5" | 76.3 x 8.8 x 1.3cm
- weight: 11.8oz | 335.6g
- resolution: 1˚
- range: 180˚
- Offers precision measurements of horizontal bearings through direct sighting.
- Allows for 4 different scales of bearing measurements:
- Scale 1: MILS (0-6400)
- Scale 2: Quadrant 0-90°
- Scale 3: Reciprocal Azimuth 0-360°
- Scale 4: Azimuth 0-360°
- Dual readings on the top dial face in Azimuth or Quadrant with 5° graduations.
- LED option provides enhanced readability in low light conditions.
- Sapphire jewel bearing with anti-static dampening fluid.
- Available in Northern Hemisphere, Equatorial, and Southern Hemisphere models.
- Offers up to 10x magnification with an adjustable lens.
- Designed with durability in mind, with an CNC machined anodized aluminum housing and shock absorbing silicone cover.
- Use as a stand-alone unit or thread onto a Jacob’s Staff or non-magnetic tripod, with built-in threads.
- Comes with a protective leather case, perfect for carrying in the field.
- Made in the USA in Riverton, WY.
DETAILSA quick and easy way to ensure precise horizontal bearings during forestry work. Simply spot the two objects you need the azimuth reading between in the comfortable site, jot it down, and then simply move onto your next measurement.
The Omnisight spot-through compass offers the convenience of multiple precision instruments in one hand-held unit thanks to both forward and reciprocal bearings, 360° azimuth, plus 90° quadrants and 6400 point MILS.
A durable and steadfast CNC machined aluminum housing ensures ruggedness and reliability, while a silicon cover makes it comfortable to hold and carry. An internal neodymium magnet guarantees accuracy and resists magnetic interference.
Available in a LED option, for a light piping illuminated readout that gives a clear bright reading even in low light.
Brunton compasses are proudly made in the USA. All transits and the bulk of compasses are designed, developed, hand-built, and sold across the world via our factory and global headquarters in Riverton, Wyoming.
As true specialists in high quality tools, our aim is to inspire, educate, and support professional pursuits and outdoor exploration.