Autonautic combines precision and durability in the development and production of all of their products. Their extensive range of instruments are all produced with special attention to detail. Their wide selection of products includes: compasses, precision watches, barometers and innovative nautical navigational systems.
Time on board - in Hanseatic precision. Since its establishment in 1905, the WEMPE chronometer factories have been dedicated to the manufacture of nautical time systems and precision instruments. WEMPE products enjoy an excellent reputation, all German research vessels and many luxury cruise liners are equipped with WEMPE precision mechanics while traveling the oceans.
PLASTIMO - Happy boating to you!
In 1963 PLASTIMO started in Lorient on the French Atlantic coast with a range of 80 water sports products. Founder of the family business was Antoine Zuliani. Toward the end of the seventies, the figures revealed a lot more: PLASTIMO now sold 2,500 products, had 400 employees and founded its first subsidiary in the UK. Research and development focused on safety and compasses. In 1992 the PLASTIMO Offshore Compass received the French Industrial Design Award. In the mid-nineties PLASTIMO strengthened its reputation as a specialist in safety and pioneered the production of automatic lifejackets.
NASA Marine is well renowned for its robust and reliable marine instrument series with an excellent price-performance ratio. With their large number-displays, the instruments are easy to read, even from a distance. The NASA Clipper Wind Wireless instruments save you the hassle of laying the encoder cable through the mast and the NASA Clipper Duet combination instrument saves precious installation space.
WINDEX - the market leader in wind direction indicators for sailboats since 1964!
A WINDEX wind direction indicator is an indispensable instrument for every sailor! The various WINDEX models are commonly found on the mast of any sailboat or yacht, or similar.
All WINDEX products are manufactured, designed and distributed in Sweden. In the last 45 years more than 1,500,000 wind direction indicators have been sold in more than 40 countries, over 5 continents.