Solid Brass 2-inch Open Faced Pocket Compass
Hardwood Cases $9.95 - $25.95
Chains Available for $7.95
This Stanley London® Solid Brass 2-inch Open Faced Pocket Compass
is an accurate and reliable compass that easily fits in your pocket.
This Compass is featured in the tutorial
"Determining your Position with a Pocket Compass and a Map."
The Open Faced Pocket Compass is made of solid brass and combines rugged reliability with ease of use.
Its large compass face allows a quick and accurate reading.
The compass measures 2 1/16 inches (52 mm) in diameter and is 1/2 inch (12 mm) thick.
This antique reproduction is polished to a beautiful high luster and weighs 2.5 ounces (72 grams).
The back of this can be custom engraved with the recipient's initials, monogram, name or a personalized message up to fifteen words.
The Solid Brass 2-inch Open Faced Pocket Compass sells for only $9.95.
Optional red or black pouches can be purchased for $0.95 each.
We offer two solid brass pocket compass chains as an option for your compass.
These chains are specially made to be non-magnetic and will not affect the accuracy of your compass.
Both have a clasp on one end that attaches to the fob on the pocket compass, and the other end can be attached to your pocket, belt, or button hole.
The Gold Plated Light Pocket Compass Chain is 14 3/4 inches (37.5 cm) overall, weighs 0.5 ounces (14 grams), and costs $7.95.
The Gold Plated Heavy Pocket Compass Chain has larger links and is 14 inches (35.5 cm) overall, weighs 1.1 ounces (31 grams), and costs $7.95.
Additionally, we offer a small hardwood case which features a handsome hand inlaid compass rose as an option for a display case.
Each compass rose is unique and will have slight variations since they will be inlaid using similar hand tools to those used 200 years ago.
The Small Hardwood Box with Inlaid Compass Rose is available for an additional $25.95 or a Small Plain Hardwood Storage Case is just $9.95.
We also offer less expensive Open Face Pocket Compasses,
a Pocket Watch Style Compass, a World War I Pocket Compass,
and a Brass Scouting Compass.