What makes a compass military grade? WELL, WRITING THE AMAZON PRODUCT DESCRIPTION IN ALL CAPS SEEMS TO BE ONE ATTRIBUTE. Geez, I know America has the biggest and boldest and best of everything, but I don't think the self-proclaimed World's #1 Military Compass would be sacrificing any of its awesomeness if it threw in a lower case letter every now and then. The effect might even enhance the resonance of its true features, including a built-in magnifying lens, sight wire, and dial graduations in both degrees and mils.
The compass sports an aluminum frame and has a copper induction dampening system to slow the rotation of its magnet without using liquids. Its housing has been battle tested shock, water, and sand proof, and the device will give accurate readouts in temperatures ranging from -50 degrees to +150 degrees F. Tritium micro-lights line the compass face to allow for night-time and low-light navigation. Also included in the package are a carrying pouch, lanyard, and belt clip.