G.I. MILITARY PHOSPHORESCENT LENSATIC COMPASS (MODEL 27)
The phosphorescent lensatic compass has been used as an economical alternative to the tritium model for decades. It is the same compass CAMMENGA has been supplying to the US military except that the self-luminous tritium has been replaced with phosphorescent paint.
THE PHOSPHORESCENT LENSATIC COMPASS HAS BEEN USED AS AN ECONOMICAL ALTERNATIVE TO THE TRITIUM MODEL
BRIEF EXPOSURE TO EXTERNAL LIGHT "CHARGES" THE PHOSPHORESCENT MARKINGS FOR NIGHT TIME USE
EQUIPPED WITH A MAGNIFYING LENS, SIGHT WIRE, AND DIAL GRADUATIONS IN BOTH DEGREES AND MILS TO ENSURE ACCURATE READINGS
COPPER INDUCTION DAMPENING SYSTEM SLOWS THE ROTATION OF THE MAGNET WITHOUT THE USE OF LIQUIDS
BUILT TO LAST WITH AN ALUMINUM FRAME AND WATERPROOF HOUSING
INCLUDES CARRYING POUCH, LANYARD, AND BELT CLIP