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Compass is fully functional ~ points North ~ I test each one before shipping ~

Diameter: 3 1/2"
Closed thickness: ~1"

Chain length is 30" (79 cm) and is easy to adjust or remove chain if you wish to. Perfect accessory for any Victorian/ Steampunk wear, or as a nautical decoration. Also great gift for a boy scout. (Nickel and Lead - FREE)

The compass face pops open with a small button on top. Featured is an arm with degrees notched. The sundial part flexes down for compact carrying.

This compass also functions as a watch as it has a sundial on top of the detachable casing.
"On a sunny day, raise the vene, hold of lay your compass level with north end of pointer which is marked lined up 12 o'clock (Roman Numeral XII) this also north. The shadow cast across the dial will give you the approximate time)

The see-through part of the compass is real glass

~~~~~~~~~~~ Diameter of Compass is just over 2.5"~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Shipping:
We do our best to ship next day.
International shipping available. Please note that international orders can take up to 4-8 weeks. Especially U.K. and Australia.

Fully Functional 3 1/2 " Brass compass with Sundial, Steampunk/ nautical accessory Father's day

$32.00

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Brass, leather
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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