The phosphorescent lensatic compass has been used as an economical alternative to the tritium model.
-Brief exposure to external light "charges" the phosphorescent markings for night time use.
-Equipped with a magnifying lens, sight wire, and dial graduations in both degrees and mils to ensure accurate readings.
-Copper induction dampening system slows the rotation of the magnet without the use of liquids.
-Built to last with an aluminum frame and waterproof housing.
-Includes carrying pouch, lanyard, and belt clip.
-"Phosphorescent" stamped on back of compass.