Digital Compass Carabiner with Thermometer & Clock CVSB-842

Digital Compass Carabiner with Thermometer & Clock CVSB-842

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Do you want an auto compass when you are hiking outdoors, this is a good choice for you with clock and temperature gauge . This awesome carabiner style electronic gadget houses a clock, digital compass, stopwatch and thermometer - perfect for taking on those long walking trips in the city or countryside. This urban gadget is great for attaching to your backpack, belt or bike when you plan to be outdoors. The digital compass can be quickly used to see where you are heading while the thermometer can let you know how cold it is. The clock and stopwatch area addition useful items enabling timing accuracy, great for occasions where you do not want to carry around a cell phone or other heavy / bulky items. The best compass is a great gift for those people who "have it all" or a very interesting item to attach to your backpack or bike. Specifications: This urban gadget digital compass is great for attaching to your backpack, belt or bike when you plan to be outdoors The digital compass can be quickly used to see where you are heading while the thermometer can let you know how cold it is Clip-On Lock with digital compass The best compass with Thermometer Back Light Clock and Stopwatch Tough Plastic Carabiner Features: Manufacturer Ref: EBPKGSU7HD5N Power Source: CR2032 Watch Battery Stopwatch: 1/10th of a Second Accuracy Clock: 24 Hour Military Style Thermometer: Deg Fahrenheit and Deg Celsius Compass: Degrees with N, S, E, W indication Display: 28mm Diameter LCD Screen Dimension: 109 x 56 x 17mm/4.3 x 2.2 x 0.7in(L x W x D) Details: This digital compass has 24 hour military style and compass inside Fashionable modeling and beautiful appearance makes this auto compass more practice The digital compass can be quickly used to see where you are heading while the thermometer can let you know how cold it is A must-have for all outdoor enthusiasts Easy to use, easy to carry with the auto compass, detachable battery Works well in all weather conditions Great stuff for camping, hiking, hunting, fishing and outdoor activities This urban gadget Auto Compass is great for attaching to your backpack, belt or bike when you plan to be outdoors How to Read Weather Instruments: Weather is around us all the time, and asking about it is one of the most benign ways to start a conversation. Even though weather is a daily part of our life, we often don't know how to measure its effects. If it's hot outside, you can find the temperature by reading a weather instrument. If it's windy, you can find the direction of a wind by reading a weather instrument. With some basic guides, you can read some common weather instruments and have some scientific measurements of the weather for the day Observe the wind vane. Find the wind vane's pointer. The pointer has a sharp pointed end that looks like an arrowhead, and a flat end that looks like a fin. The flat end of the pointer is pushed by the wind and the pointer turns in the direction the wind is coming from. The wind vane essentially points in the direction of the wind. Note the direction of the pointer with either the compass rose attached to the vane or your own hand-held compass. You have now read the weather vane, and you have determined the direction of the wind A thermometer is a weather instrument that measures the temperature. Thermometer image by Holtea Silviu from Fotolia.com Look at your thermometer. Note where the red mercury has risen along the inside of the glass tube in the middle. Look to the numbers charted alongside the glass tube. These numbers tell you the temperature in degrees of Fahrenheit or Celsius. Note the number that is next to the highest point of the red mercury in the glass tube. This number is your temperature reading A barometer is a weather instrument used to measure air pressure. barometer image by timur1970 from Fotolia.com Look at your barometer. You will see a long tube and a shorter tube that are filled with mercury. Note the levels of the mercury in both tubes by noting the numbers next to the tube. You will need to note the initial levels so you can determine if the air pressure is going up or down throughout the day. As the air pressure surrounding the tubes increases, it will force air into the smaller tube. The mercury will go down in the smaller tube and up in the larger tube. Throughout the day, periodically check on the levels of mercury in the tubes. If the levels in your long tube are lower then your starting level, then the air pressure went down. If the levels in your long tube are higher then your starting level, then the air pressure went up Package Included: 1 x Clip-On Lock with Digital Display 1 x Manual 1 x Battery

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