This Swiss beauty is versatile and impressive, featuring a 7-jewel clock, a thermometer and a barometer. Everything works. The clock, which keeps time, is an 8-day wind-up. The piece is solid brass with a plexiglass front that looks just like glass. It is in very find condition with only the most minor signs of wear to the brass. Swiss precision, mid-century modern style, all around quality.
5.75" Long x 3.5" H x 1.75" D
Free Shipping in the US!
A note about vintage weather devices: What constitutes acceptable working condition for vintage weather stations is the fact that all gauges show movement. For precise aeronautic maneuvers or life & death scenarios that depend on the accuracy of your temperature or barometric pressure knowledge, please consult your smartphone and leave your vintage weather station to the realm of aesthetically pleasing, generally-accurate technology from another era.
Airguide sure made a ton of high-quality weather instruments and this is certainly one of their most unique and attractive models. A barometer with adjustable... View full product details
The small decorative table top thermometer was a mid-century classic, and nobody did it better than Honeywell. This gold flower is firmly in the tradition,... View full product details
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,... View full product details
Do you, or do you not, want to be Nasa-chic, circa 1965? These matched pieces of mid-century Honeywell equipment have the power to bring that... View full product details