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Kinetic Development Group – Moral Compass

I’ve loved compasses since I was in Scouting as a kid. Sure enough, the guy at KDG who came up with this is also a former Scout. That’s probably why the Moral Compass from Kinetic Development Group struck a chord with me.

I carry a small, similar compass on my person, anytime I’m in the back country or more than an hour away from home. But, I think I’m going to replace it with this one and also get one for each of my sons, to remind them to always stay on the path.

A compass can only point you in the right direction, it can’t make you go there…

Some people already have a moral compass, others could certainly use one! For those that need one, KDG is happy to announce our new solid brass compass!

No one likes to feel lost in life, and at times it can be hard to keep your bearings. The KDG Moral Compass helps find direction. While it can’t replace that inner sense which distinguishes what is right from wrong, it will serve as a reminder to use good judgement. Built off of a traditional Marble’s® brass body compass, our Moral Compass shares the legacy of great men and adventures worldwide. Undaunted men such as Teddy Roosevelt carried similar compasses on remote expeditions, safaris, and big game hunts. Arctic Explorers Admiral Perry and Byrd often trusted a neck worn compass on treks to the North and South Pole. They have been carried by Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Airman for decades all across the world. When you are in a tough spot, our Moral Compass will show you the way out!

Day or night, in the dark woods or a dimly lit nightclub, our Moral Compass with guide you. The brass construction and crisp lettering makes this a great present for your friends, family, and anyone you want to send a subtle message to that might have lost their way.

-Solid Brass Bar Stock Construction
-Precision Machined
-Strong, Malleable, Waterproof
-Ultra Smooth Agate Jewel Bearing
-Virtually Shatterproof Crystal
-Revolving Black Face
-Luminous Green Letters
-Impact resistant crystal
-Nylon lanyard included (3ft)
-Housing Made To Last a Lifetime

MSRP: $23.99


21 Responses to “Kinetic Development Group – Moral Compass”

  1. Darkhorse says:

    I’m going to buy some as gifts and give them to a few ass clowns I know that need a moral azimuth check-

    • Don "3gun" chatsky says:

      You ironically give people gifts you don’t like?

      • Darkhorse says:

        Ass clowns that need a moral azimuth check and people I don’t like are two different things. No, I don’t buy things for people I don’t like.

  2. B&EA2Z says:

    Mine has been broke for a spell. Good to know I can pick up a new one.

  3. Iceman says:

    Perfect when paired with a jump to conclusions mat

  4. Infidel says:

    The irony is thick..

    • SSD says:

      Don’t be shy, you seem to want to say something. Spit it out.

    • Darren says:

      Yeah we are bad people. As a matter of fact I have collected some of the best people around for KDG. If you think otherwise, you are sadly mistaken.

      • Infidel says:

        Hey if selling cheap Chinese moral compasses doesn’t make money it was still a helluva good idea

    • Jester says:

      C’est la poule qui chante qui a fait l’œuf

  5. Ivan says:

    Shouldn’t it have engraved along the edge… Right. Wrong. Meh. ?

  6. Infidel says:

    I just have to say…WTF? Is this a product that makes KDG money or is this some moral high horse? Seriously, why would you produce this product.

    • SSD says:

      A compass? To find your way, because GPS needs LOS and batteries. The moral angle? It’s a play on words. I thought it was clever. If it bothers you, you are free to not purchase it. If it really bothers you, perhaps you might want to ask yourself why.

    • PNWTO says:

      I think you’re doing the internet thing of looking for aggravation where there is none.

  7. Jasper says:

    *silent smirk at the people getting all frowny and red-faced over a button compass*

  8. Bad Dancer says:

    Hah, I like it. I want one.

  9. reverend says:

    Bought. That’s just too poignant in these trying times to NOT own one!

  10. Brent says:

    Declination maxes out in Washington DC and Pattaya.

  11. Lone Element says:

    HAHAHAHA…..Im buying one as a christmas gift to Nate Murr!