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Genesis Compass with Hose Mount

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About Genesis Compass with Hose Mount

Many divers take compasses for granted, considering them just an accessory to an overall dive gauge console system. Trying to navigate with a poorly designed or improperly functioning compass can be one of diving's more frustrating events. The Genesis Compass design is Liquid Filled Compass with a list of features as functional and convenient as every instrument that bears the Genesis name.

Don't always need your compass for navigation; this convenient Hose-Mount Compass Module is your best choice. Allows diver to choose when Navigation is required by using a Durable Rubber Boot with Threaded-Adapter that Clamps-Quickly-and-Easily to any High Pressure Hose. Boot has Side-Notch for Side-Reading Gun-Sight Accurate Navigation.

The Compass is Liquid Filled for a Quick-and-Responsive Movement. A Ratchet Bezel with Compass Headings in 30° degrees Numbered-Increments and Indicator-Marks for every 10° degrees. Bezel has Twin-Heading Indicators for Alignment of Compass Course and a Lubber Line across the Compass Face. Compass Card is Luminescent for Low Light Conditions. Compass is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

Genesis Compass with Hose Mount Features

  • Liquid Filled Compass
  • Top and Side Reading
  • Designed for Excellent Navigation
  • 360° Ratchet Bezel
  • Twin Heading Indicators
  • Double Line Lubber Line
  • Luminescent Dial for Low Light Conditions
  • Gun-Sight Accurate Navigation
  • Hose Mount: Allows Use Only when Navigating
  • Eliminates Wrist Mount
  • Rubber Boot Attaches Easley to Hose
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Randal E  Excellent value and quality. The ease of the web site and large inventory make shopping very easy and stress free.
DARREN R  works great
Shopper  Will it fit on a retractor with a hose mount bracket? Does the screw cap come completely off for mounting? Thanks.
Miles P  Yes the screw cap comes completely off for mounting.
CHRIS B  I'm not sure I understand your question - the hose clamp will attach to a fairly thin LP hose, so if you have something like that on a retractor, that will work. I believe the clamp comes all the way off. I ended up returning this as I was underwhelmed by the quality, and the hose clamp was not very secure. Traded up to the Suunto, and am similarly unimpressed. They both feel cheap.
HEIDI L  I can't answer the first part, but I can say that the screw cap does come completely off for mounting. In fact, they are shipped in two separate pieces - compass and screw cap.
KAREN T  The screw cap comes off completely for mounting. The base of the compass has a hose-shaped segment that does not detach. The screw cap is hand-tightened onto that segment.
SEAMUS N  Yes the screw comes completely off, very easy to use.
PAUL E  The screw cap comes completely off. The bracket comes off as well. It fits on any standard hose on your BCD/regulator.
PATRICK H  yes&yes
HEATHER C K  Yes, the screw cap comes all the way off. It has a normal standard size hole on the screw cap that fits a standard high pressure hose. Not sure if it will fit on a retractor with a hose mount bracket as I'm not sure what that looks like.
BARRY F  Yes it will fit, if I'm understanding what you mean by a retractor with a hose mount. The screw does come completely off for easy mounting.
Jose S  Yes it does. You basically place the compass base over the hose and screw the base cap from the other side of the hose.
Diana B  Is there some trick to installing the compass into the hose mount?
MATT B  It just snaps in and is strong. Make sure the compass is on a long hose and can be used while diving.
SKIP L  My compass slipped right in!!!
ARTURO G  no...I didn't think so. It seemed fairly straight forward to me.
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