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Walnut & Brass Fischer Barometer

This classically elegant Walnut & Brass Fischer Barometer is precision-calibrated to measure barometric pressure. Automatically recording changes in atmospheric density, this barometer ensures accurate forecasts with just a glance. Perfect for boaters and weather watchers, this barometer provides reliable readings for even the most complex of climates.

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 Features

  • 100% handmade in Germany
  • Wall mounted
  • Gold Dial
  • Very popular size
  • Polish brass lacquered on brass Bezel
  • Solid wooden case
  • Walnut ,  stained and varnished
  • Mineral glass
  • Made of high-quality materials
  • More options in Similiar styles
  • All our instruments are in the English language
  • We offer a 2-year warranty on all our products; we can also offer a in house service centre if anything should go wrong.  Click here to go to our Service Centre

 

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Sizes:

  • Frame 170mm
  • Barometer 130mm

     

    Benefits

    • Easy readings let you see if rain is on the way and you need to take an umbrella, or sunshine is on the way and you should pop your sunscreen in your bag.
    • Modern style that can be passed down from generation to generation because of the high-quality engineering that goes into every Fischer weather instrument.
    • Built to last, designed by engineers to be precise and last.
    • It will enhance any decor in your living room, office or kitchen.

    What does a Barometer measure?

    Atmospheric Pressure - this is helpful to know what kind of changes you can expect in the weather. A rising barometer indicates increasing air pressure = usually better weather. A falling barometer indicates decreasing air pressure = usually worse or changing weather.


     

    What is Barometric Pressure?

     









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