Compass Mounted on Hat Brim Is Handy Guide for Hiker (Dec, 1936)

Compass Mounted on Hat Brim Is Handy Guide for Hiker
Always there to guide you, yet never in the way, a tiny compass clipped to the hat brim is a useful companion on a tramp through woods or mountains, a hunting trip, or bicycle expedition. It clips on the hat or cap just above the line of vision. A floating disk with the needle attached bears the initials of the four points of the compass, and through a window in the base the di-

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  1. MAKE: Blog says: December 17, 20069:56 am

    Compass hat mount, stair climbing wheel chair – welcome to 50 years ago…

    Step in the MAKE time machine and take a look back what some makers were doing 50 and 70 years ago. Old fashion built-in nav system. Compass Mounted on Hat Brim Is Handy Guide for Hiker, Popular Mechanics 12-1936 -……

  2. ProtoTrains says: December 17, 20062:46 pm

    Why is this under “Just Weird”? It’s an early HUD!

  3. Daily Clerks says: July 17, 200711:23 am

    [...] Old fashion built-in nav system. Compass Mounted on Hat Brim Is Handy Guide for Hiker, Popular Mechanics 12-1936 – Link. [...]

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