For riders who are not a fan of using a GPS on their motorcycle and/or prefer to use paper maps for their two-and three-wheeled touring adventures, here’s an easy-to-read and install modern-day compass to help navigate the world the old-fashioned way.
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Unlike a classic compass that uses the earth’s magnetic field for directions, the Quest Compass from Marlin’s Genuine Accessories uses satellite technology to display the direction you’re heading. Because it uses a satellite, it needs to be hooked up to a power source like your motorcycle battery, small 9-volt external battery pack, or USB connector.
The Quest Compass works with other “toys” too, like a boat, RV, ATV, and of course your car, which will help you justify the $90 to $140 price tag depending on the mount and finish you want.
Learn more at MarlinsClocks.net. There’s a nice video showing all its features.