Keuffel & Esser boasted that their Pocket Omnimeter “combines compass, clinometer, hand level, plumb, alidade, and contact level; it will indicate magnetic bearings, azimuth angles, altitudes, levels and slopes.” The form was to be had by 1904.
Ref: Keuffel & Esser, Catalogue (New York, 1913), p. 441.
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