For years we wanted to make a simple wrist compass. Something that could fit on a NATO-style watch band and stand out due to its simplicity. Something that would look good on any timepiece.
We took feedback from friends and personal experience to make what we always wanted. Watching friends break brush during SERE, only to look down and find their clip-on compass missing. Experiencing a wrist compass breaking when a platoon of Afghan Commandos are following you off the back of an MH-47, on the way to assault a compound is not the best way to start an evening.
The Navigator compass is made out of 316SS, holding a button compass rated to 100M/300FT water resistance. Made to slip onto a NATO-style 20mm watch band.
Change can be unpredictable. It can be uncertain, unexpected, and fleeting.
Time is dependable. It's unchanging, expected, and consistent. It works like clockwork because it is, well, clockwork.
But through all the inconsistencies the future holds, one thing stays constant: the basics of time. And with Sangin, we brought out the brilliance in the basics. Sangin is the constant through it all.
For whoever you are and wherever life takes you, each piece we produce is put through a rigorous quality control inspection. We work tirelessly to ensure each timepiece at Sangin is as timeless and dependable as time itself.
The same people making your timepiece are the same people answering your emails.
Timepieces with no middlemen, no retail mark-ups, direct from our hands to yours.
If anything goes wrong due craftsmenship or manafacture errors we will take care of you hassle-free.