This elegant mid-century modern weather station does it all, with style, no electricity necessary. A very heavy and high quality brass piece, it offers the time, temperature (in both celsius and fahrenheit) and barometric pressure...in addition to some charming graphics. Clock is an 8-day wind up. Front cover is plastic. A perfect gift.
5.75" W x 3.25" H x 1" D
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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.
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