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Suunto KB-14 / 360R G Compass


The professional’s direction tool
When taking directions, the Suunto KB-14 is a hand-bearing compass with outstanding accuracy and usability.

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Product Description

Suunto KB-14 / 360R G Compass

Foresters, surveyors, engineers, cartographers, geologists, miners, and architects, among others, utilize the Suunto KB-14 hand-held precision compasses to measure bearings fast, accurately, and simply all over the world.

  • Accurate measurement of directions
  • Adjustable diopter
  • Optical reading of card for higher accuracy
  • Threads for tripod mount for stable operation
  • Accuracy 1/3°
  • Graduation interval 0.5°
  • Scale: Azimuth 360°, Reversed 360°
  • Saphire bearing
  • Liquid filled capsule for stable operation
  • Anodized light-alloy housing
  • Nylon pouch with belt-loop
  • Lanyard
  • 2-year warranty
  • Made in Finland
  • NSN: 6605-58-000-2351, 6675-66-086-2873, 6605-14-527-7556, 6605-58-000-9666

Tech Specs

  • Weight: 93 g
  • Measurements: 77 x 52 x 15 mm / 3.03 x 2.05 x 0.59 “
  • Glass material: Acrylic

What’s in the box?
Suunto KB-14/360R G Compass, lanyard, nylon pouch, Quick guide



Suunto Oy is a Finnish company that manufactures and markets sports watches, dive computers, compasses and precision instruments. Suunto’s head office is located in Vantaa, Finland. Its products are sold in more than 100 countries. Most of the work stages of Suunto’s products are still done by hand, even though it has its own factory for production. Suunto is a subsidiary of Amer Sports, which since 2019 has been owned by the Chinese Anta Sports.

The history of Suunto’s products dates back to 1936, when the Finnish navigator Tuomas Vohlonen set out to create a more accurate compass and later invented a new method for manufacturing liquid-filled compasses. Today, Suunto is a pioneer in the design and innovation of sports watches, dive computers and instruments used by adventurers around the world.