This elegant and practical navigational instrument from Oceanus Brass is machined from solid brass. It has a smoothly turning face dial and a protective cover that attaches securely with threads. Its oil-filled capsule ensures the pointer won’t stick, and a bright luminescent ring and pointer help with low-light visibility.
MecArmy’s miniature compass is small enough to wear as a pendant, on your keychain, or attached to a bag. It features a high-sensitivity movement with an anti-magnetic bearing, glow-in-the-dark markings, and comes in copper, brass, or TC4 titanium for $10 extra. Measures 1.48″ L x 0.925″ W x 0.51″ H.
Artist DP Truong shows off his mad compass skills as he creates a detailed portrait by drawing hundreds of concentric circles and varying the pressure of his pen to create shades of grey. Here’s another one of his images celebrating the collab between Son Tung, Snoop Dogg, and Madison Beer.
This hefty, military-style compass provides a floating dial with a 360º scale, an azimuth viewing window, and an inclinometer that flips out form its side. It can also help you calculate distances, and has a built-in bubble level and a luminescent outer ring. Made from die-cast zinc.