The key to learning celestial navigation is practice, but how can you practice without a natural water horizon? The time-honored solution is an artificial horizon made from a tray of fluid water, oil, even mercury. This simple device from Davis uses water to reflect sun through shades to permit accurate sights. Includes two sun shades, lid and directions.
- Folds into small carrying case, just add water
- 8.5" x 8.75" x 2.5"
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