Brunton Tag-Along Watch Band Compass

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The Brunton Tag Along Watch Band Compass is an ultra-compact auxiliary navigation tool ready to go anywhere your adventures take you. The Watch Band configuration is ideal for helping you maintain your heading without digging for your primary compass. Because of its lightweight and compact design, simply attach it to a piece of your gear or stash it in a cargo pocket without it getting in your way or weighing you down.


  • Fits more watchband sizes than any competitor

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof and slip-proof


  • Floating disc with cardinal points
  • This configuration of the Tag Along series compass features a rubberized loop that quickly attaches to almost any watch band
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
The Bruntun Tag-Along Watch Band Compass is equipped with a rubberized loop that wraps around nearly any size watch band, and fastens to an advanced plastic anchor for durability and support. So small, you won't notice it...until you need it.

Country of Origin: Imported

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Declination Adjustment:No
Global Needle:No
Sighting Mirror:No

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Brunton Tag-Along Watch Band Compass Review:



Strap failed in 72 hours on a midsized unisex watchband.
Body of the compass is too thick.
The flange that the silicone strap hooks around is too long and extends too far from the watchband.
The compass is "high signature" and sits protruding on the watchband like a big fat, plastic & silicone barnacle. Also shiny, garish, and draws attention to itself.

Don't buy these.
Gyrene at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 04/04/2013