XP-99

Ritchie XP-99 Kayaker Compasses

Ritchie XP-99 Kayaker Compasses

Description

The Ritchie XP-99 Kayaker Compasses feature a CourseMinder movable bezel with heading memory indicator that remembers the way.

Features

  • Surface mount installation
  • Hardened steel pivot and sapphire jewel movement
  • Twist on/off for easy removal for security, transport and storage
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$65.93
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Features:

  • 2 3/4" Direct-Reading Dial
  • Low Mounted Height
  • Easily Installed.
  • Extended Temperature Operating Range with Composite Construction & Diaphragm
  • Exclusive DirectiveForce Magnets
  • No Wiring or Power Needed
  • Exclusive 5-Year Ritchie Warranty
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Ritchie XP-99 Kayaker Compasses XP-99 XP-99 kayaker compass, black
    $65.93
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    Ritchie XP-99 Kayaker Compasses XP-99W XP-99W kayaker compass, white
    $65.93
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