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How To Use The Suunto Clipper Watchband Compass

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The Suunto Clipper watchband compass is the little brother to my Suunto MC-2 orienteering compass. It features a rotating bezel, direction of travel arrow and luminous compass markings.

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14 thoughts on “How To Use The Suunto Clipper Watchband Compass

  1. I am happy and honored to see you liked it 🙂 They sure are nice little compasses. Part of my EDC too for many years 🙂 Great for watch straps, survival kits, neck knives etc. Suunto has been making compasses since 1936. Nowadays they make lots of stuff like watches and such. My favorite watch used to be their Vector ( until it eventually died after 10 years of use while wakeboarding in Mexico. I still miss that watch, sadly it is discontinued) Their M-9 wrist compass is pretty cool too 🙂 Have a great weekend Bryan! 🙂

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