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Submitted: 08-08-2008 by kozmikarl
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Just a note on the previous review: the well for a 70P compass is exactly (by design?) the diameter of the Orca's base. In other words, the Suunto fits in there perfectly. View angle is a different matter. The Suunto spins at pretty high angles but is easier to read from above or broadside; at 45 you're looking through an unpolished distorting radius.

Soft chassis allows it to sit in a molded well, perch on a hatch cover or cling to a deck without scratching or slipping. The weakness of impermanent compasses is a lubber line that shifts if the lanyards go askew. A sticky soft base is meant to answer to that.

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