Geological book kit features a bound book with geological reference pages and a ruler, together with a tactical pen and pouch for on-the-go writing and reference
Rite In The Rain's geological book kit features a bound book with geological reference pages and a ruler, together with a tactical pen and pouch for on-the-go writing and reference.
The No. 540F all-weather bound book comes equipped with 20 helpful geological reference pages, standard and metric rulers, and numbered pages. It has 160 4 3/4" x 7 1/2" sewn-in pages. A photo scale and ruler are included. This is a Fabrikoid cover book. Classic case bound, yet very durable.
The No. 97 all-weather tactical black clicker pen writes on wet paper and upside down in temperatures from -30F to 250F. Flat black metal barrel.
The No. C540F CORDURA fabric pouch fits book, pens and an acid bottle. Improved design has an easy open clasp and two waist clips on the back so no belt is needed. Fits all 4 3/4 in x 7 1/2 in bound books. Also fits any standard sized notebook. Specifically designed for geology work, this case can be used with any standard Rite in the Rain Field Book. Closed size: 5 3/4" X 9" kit does not include an acid bottle.
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