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Cape Ann BarometerCape Ann Barometer

What a beautiful instrument to adorn the walls of your home or office. The Cape Ann Barometer has a precision barometer featuring French dials and displaying pressure in millibars, inches of mercury and traditional nomenclature. A thermometer and hygrometer are also present on the dial. Measures 10" in diameter and available in solid natural oak or stained mahogany (shown).

Tabletop WeatherglassTabletop Weatherglass

An early glass barometer, dating back to the 17th century, is one of the few antique scientific instruments still popular today. The handblown glass accurately forecasts weather hours in advance. Fill with colored water and check the weather by looking at the level of the liquid in the spout. A high water level in the spout indicates a low pressure area: approaching storm. A low level indicated high pressure: nice, fair weather. Comes with a brass dropcatcher to catch fall-out of extremely heavy weather fronts, such as severe thunderstorms. The water bottle hangs from a beautiful brass and wood stand that will create a conversation in any room. Size: 12 1/2" high and 6" diameter.

Wall Mounted WeatherglassWall Mounted Weatherglass

During the Renaissance, scientists discovered the principle that weather was influenced by air pressure. Our handblown weatherglass (above left) is a true replica of early 16th and 17th century domestic barometers. It functions as well as it did centuries ago, unfailingly indicating changes in atmospheric pressure. Fill with colored water and check the weather by looking at the level of liquid in the spout. A high water level in the spout indicates an approaching storm, while a low level means nice, fair weather. Comes with a Brass dropcatcher to catch fallout of extremely heavy weather fronts, such as a severe thunderstorm. Mounts easily to any wall Size: 12 1/2" long and 4" deep.

Water Barometer Weather StationWater Barometer Weather Station

Our newest water barometer (Item# WA1262) is destined to become a favorite. While it includes a graceful weather glass, this unit also features a thermometer/hygrometer at the top of the unit to add that extra bit of function. It features a mahogany stained hardwood base and a glass dropcatcher to collect any dribbles from those very low pressure days. Measures 17 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 4 1/2".

The Orleans BarometerThe Orleans Barometer

This compact barometer is a great way to monitor what's happening with the weather. This precision unit features French instrumentation, shows pressure in inches of mercury and traditional nomenclature, and measures 4 3/4" in diameter. Available in mahogany stained hardwood (shown) or solid natural oak.

Maximum PredictorMaximum Predictor

Maximum, Inst. has a long history of building quality weather instruments of outstanding value. The quality shines through in the solid brass casing and spun aluminum (shown) or black mat faces used in these instruments. Measuring 6" in diameter and 4" deep, they look great alone or in multiples. Plan ahead with the Predictor barometer. With it's traditional display (Rain /Change/ Fair) alongside numerical measurements (inches or Hg), You will never be surprised by bad weather. Specify altitude if you are above 2000 feet.

Banjo Weather StationBanjo Weather Station

A banjo shaped weather station gracing the hallway has always been a New England tradition which we are happy to carry on. This classic instrument features a brass colored bezel surrounding the hygrometer and barometer, while a graceful thermometer extends up the spine. Displays relative humidity, barometric pressure in inches of mercury (inHg) and millibars (mb), and temperature in degrees F and C. The instrument measures 23"H by 7 1/2" W. Available in mahogany stained hardwood (shown) or solid oak.

Weather OrbWeather Orb

This barometer may look strange and have no electronic displays or measurements, but it is no less accurate in predicting the pressure trends than the most expensive digital or analog unit. It operates on pure physics. When the pressure drops, water in the spout rises and poor weather is expected in the next 12-24 hours. Fair weather is illustrated by a low water level in the spout. Educational and fun for the whole family.

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