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The Weather Station

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100% brass body.

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Hygrometer and thermometer.

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The Weather Station

Housed in a solid brass case that will likewise respond to its environment, when the needles cross in the hatched region on the gauge, heat and humidity are perfectly balanced.

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Housed in a solid brass case that will likewise respond to its environment, when the needles cross in the hatched region on the gauge, heat and humidity are perfectly balanced.

Story

We wanted to design a Weather Station that would report the feel of the day, and found the perfect precision manufacturer to build it in Germany. Housed in a solid brass case that will likewise respond to its environment, our Weather Station contains both a thermometer and hygrometer that together indicate the comfort level outside or indoors. When the needles cross in the hatched region on the gauge, heat and humidity are perfectly balanced. You don’t have to subscribe to the German idea of the perfect climate; at the least you'll have a reading you can trust.

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Designed for indoor use, the Weather Station can only be used outdoors in a covered area, protected from direct sunlight and excess moisture.

SPECS
  • Hygrometer and thermometer
  • Humidity range: 20% - 100%
  • Humidity accuracy: +/- 5%
  • Temperature range: 47° - 105° F
  • Temperature accuracy: +/- 1.8°F
  • Dimensions: 6" Base Diameter (5" Face) x 1.5" Height
MATERIALS
  • 100% brass body
CARE
  • When displaying the Weather Station outdoors, place out of direct sunlight and under cover, to ensure maximum accuracy and to protect the hygrometer from excess moisture.
  • The Weather Station’s hygrometer uses synthetic fibers to gauge relative humidity. To maintain the hygrometer’s accuracy, revitalize the fibers by wrapping the Weather Station in a cool, damp cloth. This is best done once or twice a year, ideally at the start of winter.
  • The untreated brass case will patina with time. Maintain the luster with an ammonia-based polish, or allow the brass to take on character from its surroundings.
ORIGIN
  • Precision-made in Germany
In The Field

British Columbia, Canada. Winter, 2016. Photo by Christina Holmes.