This is the ultimate atomic-era nerd device, a sleek little weather station for your desk, made circa 1960. It is metal with a plastic top, very well-made and subtle and nifty. It reads the temperature and the humidity level. OF COURSE you knew that’s what the “hygrometer” part meant, because you are very smart, but you also have style, which is why you need this on your desk to signify both attributes clearly.
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