The Cressi wrist compass is a modern instrument that enables easy reading in all conditions.
The magnetic plate moves extensively in all directions, so that reading is accurate even if the instrument is not held perfectly level.
The face is luminous and divided into 10° intervals.
Reading can take place by looking at the instrument from above or, more easily, through a special reading window that enables more precise tracking of the compass.
On the top there is a red lubber’s line.
A swivel trigger lunette with a double pointer means the direction can be memorized