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CPL-H Navigation Theory and Exam

Old 18th Oct 2018, 11:34
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CPL-H Navigation Theory and Exam

Hi, I'm in the process of doing the CPL-H Navigation theory and exam.
Would you recommend a Plotter with Semi-Circular Protractor or a Plotter with a rotating protractor? Is one more practical than the other? For example, after all the exams and in the real world, which version is more practical to use?
Here are 2 x links showing the products:
1) https://www.pooleys.com/shop/pooleys...or?from=search
2) https://www.pooleys.com/shop/pooleys...or?from=search
Thanks for your advice.
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Old 18th Oct 2018, 12:51
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Can only comment as an FAA instructor in the US, but in my experience, the "Keep it simple" rule works best, I'd go for the basic fixed protractor model.
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Old 18th Oct 2018, 14:51
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Thanks for the reply. Good advice.
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