DGX Deluxe Pro Compass (Southern Hemisphere)

Special Price $25.00 Regular Price $59.00
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SKU
DX-905005
The Deluxe Pro Compass (Southern Hemisphere) w/Bungee Mount and Cord features a tilt potential of +/- 30°, more than most diving compasses.

DGX Deluxe Pro Compass (Southern Hemisphere)

DGX Deluxe Pro Compass (Southern Hemisphere)
DGX Deluxe Pro Compass (Southern Hemisphere) DGX Deluxe Pro Compass (Southern Hemisphere) DGX Deluxe Pro Compass (Southern Hemisphere) DGX Deluxe Pro Compass (Southern Hemisphere)
  • Easy-To-Read Luminescent Face
  • Top and Side Reading Option
  • Low Profile Bungee Mount
  • (Southern Hemisphere) Calibrated

The professional grade Deluxe Pro Compass features a tilt potential of +/- 30°. The liquid-filled compass has a phosphorescent compass card with fast accurate response and a large side reading window, and the 360° ratcheted rotating bezel is calibrated for the Southern Hemisphere (Australia, Brazil, Fiji, Indonesia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and South Africa, to name a few) and is very accurate. The firm grip bezel, offering very easy-to-read large high contrast numerals with a ratchet at every fifth degree, is smooth turning in all conditions.

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Brand DGX
SKU DX-905005
Weight 0.300000

Compass Balance Zones

High quality analog compasses are designed for use within a certain area of the globe because the earths magnetic field not only varies horizontally, but also vertically, causing the needle to dip downward when the case is held level. The compass needle card is balanced with a small weight to counteract the downward dip, so the needle card does not drag or stick on the top or bottom of the capsule. If you take any compass to a significantly different part of the globe than where it was balanced, check the compass carefully before relying upon it. Our technical diving compasses are balanced either for the Northern Hemisphere or the Southern Hemisphere

Note that digital compasses, like the ones becoming popular in dive computers, do not have balance zones. Digital compasses are universal because they have a user 'calibration' feature, which is performed in the region where the diver plans to use the compass. A change in region simply requires a recalibration before use in a different location.