Traditional magnetic compasses are susceptible to deviations caused by the proximity of metals and electrical circuitry, making the cockpit of your motorcycle an unreliable location for the devices. That’s not the case with the new Quest Compass from Marlin’s Genuine Accessories. This elegant unit relies on the rudiments of global positioning to determine your true direction, giving you a precise 8-point display that updates constantly in the span of nanoseconds—no waiting for the needle to stop bouncing, in other words. Even among those who find GPS to be anathema for whatever reason, using the technology’s satellite positioning makes for a dead accurate direction finder. The pricing runs from $111.95 to $137.95 depending on style and mounting fixture.
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