I've always used a Brunton clinometer. I'm asking for a new one for Christmas so that I can give "my" current one back to Evergreen for use by other folks who are doing trail layout for our new Duthie Hill mountain bike park. I'm a but of a clino hardass, and I really want as many floating around in our organization as possible.
Is there any functional difference between Bruntons and Suuntos? Durability? I'm wondering of Sunntos have more aggressive damping for those of us who sometimes drink too much coffee?
Thanks for the advice.
PS: here's where we've found the best prices, $108 for a Brunton.
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