Suunto Sk8 Compass
Price RM369.00
Product SKU SQTSK8
Brand Suunto
Size (L x W x H) 15 cm x 15 cm x 15 cm
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Suunto SK8 Compass

The Suunto SK8 Compass is a liquid filled high quality compass like none other, it has an exceptional tilt potential of +/- 30° degrees, which is 2-3 times larger than conventional diving compasses. It delivers a faster stabilization and enhanced readability compared to the previous models. The upgraded magnet allows it to be used over a wider area of the globe.


The Suunto SK8 Compass Features:

  • Suitable for sub-zero temperatures
  • Firm-grip bezel with a ratchet at every fifth degree
  • Large side-reading window
  • Balanced for Northern Hemisphere (NH)
  • Upgraded magnet and Fast stabilization
  • Wrist Mount Design: Use Only When Needed


Suunto SK8 Compass Reviews by netizens:

“Best points about the compass: Easy to read, Easy to set lubber line, High tilt tolerance, Strap easily swapped for a bcd mount (purchased separately)”


“Not making a fashion statement with this but it is designed for functionality. I find this compass very accurate and easy to read.”


“This is the standard by which other dive compasses are measured. It's durably built, easy to use, and it always points north. Unless you bought the southern hemisphere model. The compass card is luminescent, however, it is a little difficult to get fully charged. You need to let it spend all day soaking up the sun. Then, yes, you can be in a 100% sealed, darkened room and find your way around.

The strap is a little difficult to work with as others have noted. However, it's not that big of a deal. You can remove the strap as well, and convert it to a retractor mount, or make your own strap from bungee cords.”

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