Larger Weather Clock

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Larger Mechanimated Weather Clock

Clock with clever integrated barometer
Unique ‘Mechanimated’ weather artwork on lightweight foamex cards change in step with atmospheric pressure movements - a little theatre of moving clouds!
Mild-steel frame 12.5cm deep and 53cm in diameter
German-made Quartz mechanism moves the hands without any annoying ticking!
Interactive push button allows you to demonstrate the moving scenery whenever you like
Designed and hand-assembled in Britain
For every clock sold, Bramwell Brown will donate to community projects
Runs on regular batteries - included, of course, with all clocks  
Unfortunately, due to their very delicate nature, our large clocks cannot be shipped outside of the mainland UK at present. For more information on shipping is available here.
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Additional weather artwork styles and/or personalised clocks are also available on a built-to-order basis. To view these options see Built To Order Clocks.

 

An innovative reinvention of the traditional barometer, combining the visual intrigue of mechanically moving art with functionality for modern day.

With a barometer at its core, the clock measures the speed and direction of atmospheric pressure changes then translates this into a forecast depicted by the mechanically animated sky in the display window.

This forecast varies between ‘Very Dry’, ‘Fair’, ‘Change’, ‘Rain’ and ‘Stormy’ with an appropriately clouded up weather scene. 

Designed so a glance will put a smile on your face as well as ensuring you’re prepared for that day’s weather! 

A fantastic, unusual gift, bound to become a talking point for the whole family as well as a very useful reference.

Dimensions: diameter 52.5cm, depth 12.5cm

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Large Weather Clock, Black frame

 

 

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