Ritchie TR-35 Trek Compasses

Ritchie TR-35 Trek Compasses


The Ritchie TR-35 Trek Compasses are ideal for runabouts, center consoles, ski boats, flats boats, and bass boats.


  • Flush mounted, easy installation
  • Built-in compensators to correct for deviation
  • Large numerals for easy reading
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  • 2 1/4" Direct Reading Dial with Large Numerals for Easy Reading 
  • Strong Directive Force Magnets and Composite Dial for Fast Performance
  • Extra Large Diaphragm and Rugged Construction Provide Extended Operating Temperature Range
  • Built-in, 12-Volt Green NiteVu Lighting
  • 100% Repairable
  • Exclusive 5-Year Ritchie Warranty
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Ritchie TR-35 Trek Compasses TR-35 TR-35 trek compass, black
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    Ritchie TR-35 Trek Compasses TR-35G TR-35G trek compass, gray
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    Ritchie TR-35 Trek Compasses TR-35W TR-35W trek compass, white
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