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Citizen outdoor water-resistant silver-tone circular clock with black-dial with hygrometer and thermometer, with luminescent dial accents. Sword style hour and minute hands with green luminous on top. Protective glass lens. Sweep second hand.
Diameter: 18 inches
1 x AA battery (not included)
Citizen classic wall clock, silver-tone plated case, molded 3D dial with Hygrometer, Thermometer and second hand sub eyes with luminescent dial accents. Brushed hands with tip end and green luminous on top. Protective glass lens with step second hand.
Dimensions: 13.5 inch diameter
Requires 2 x AA batteries (not included)
This Braun radio controlled weather station measures 3.5 x 5.2 x 1.9 inches. The accompanying sensor is 2.4 sq x 1 inches.
The clock has a superior reverse LCD display and has two mode buttons for a unique user customization. The user can press the mode buttons to toggle between time, alarm time, indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity at both the middle and bottom levels of the display. The top of the display is fixed and shows an animated weather forecast for the next 12 -24 hours.
An outdoor sensor is included which links directly to the main weather station. The outdoor sensor has its own display that shows the outdoor temperature and humidity.
The clock has a memory function which shows the maximum and minimum temperature records for the past 24 hours. The clock has a quick set function for easy use and can be set to 12 or 24 hour mode.
Check the Temperature in Style
This Combo Station includes a Galileo Thermometer, clock, barometer and hygrometer all held together with sleek cherry colored wood. It's sure to look stylish and smart on your favorite professional's desk!
How do Galileo Thermometers work?
Galileo Thermometers demonstrate a unique method of telling the temperature that was discovered by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642). The balls inside the glass have different densities. When the temperature changes, these balls rise and fall. To read the temperature, check the group of balls near the top. The lowest ball of that group tells the temperature. If all the balls are at the bottom, it is hotter than the temperature of the top ball. If they are all at the top then it is cooler than the temperature of the bottom ball.
Things to know about this item:
– Approximately 12″h
– Imported, Handmade Glass
– Instructions included
– For best results keep out of direct sunlight.