Compasses | Scuba Center has been selling quality scuba diving and snorkeling equipment since 1973. You will find a wide selection of scuba and snorkeling equipment at both our Minneapolis and Eagan, Minnesota locations.
Scuba Center is a SAM ( formerly CCR ) registered supplier for the United States Government.  Our customers include: U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Navy, U.S. Federal Government Agencies, Law Enforcement Agencies, Search and Rescue (SAR) Teams, Fire Departments, State and Local Government agencies, Commercial Diving Companies, School Districts, Television and Movie production companies, and many others.
CAGE Code:
3PHY4
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Retractor BCD Compass |

Retractor BCD Compass

These Gripper retractor compasses feature the exceptionally high quality SP-0157 liquid filled, fast response compass and and housing.

Features include side view window, luminescent floating dial for night diving, and ratcheting bezel.

Retractor Compass

   
 

Retractor Compass (w/Gripper Jr)

 Price: $54.95   add Retractor Compass with Gripper Junior Retractor to cart

Retractable SuperTilt Compass | GA420 

Retractable SuperTilt Compass
  • Installed on XS Scuba retractor (p/n CL16)
  • Attach to diver with split ring or snap hook
  • Uses rubber boot hose with mount nut
  • Built-in quick-release buckle
  • Extension: 25 (63.5 cm) coated stainless steel cord
  • Pull force: 9 ounces (255 g)

Retractable SuperTilt Compass

   
  Retractable SuperTilt Compasss Price: $89.95   add XS Scuba Retractable SuperTilt Compass GA420 to cart

XS Scuba Wrist/Hose Mount Compass | GA400 

Wrist / Hose Mount Compass
  • Top and side reading
  • Large ratcheting bezel
  • Luminescent gauge face
  • Rubber boot with wrist strap
  • Includes hose mount option
  • Uses standard compass module

Wrist/Hose Mount Compass

   
  Wrist / Hose Mount Compass Price: $49.95   add XS Scuba Wrist / Hose Mount Compass GA400 to cart

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While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.