Zheng Mini Storm Glass of 17th Century Europe Weather Monitors Weather Forecast The Wood Base

Zheng Mini Storm Glass of 17th Century Europe Weather Monitors Weather Forecast The Wood Base

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Notice: The Case is Similar to Japanese Storm Glass Only
Size : approx. 80 x 110mm / 3.2 inches*4.3 inches
Materials: borosilicate glass, compound liquid, water, ethanol, natural camphor

Description

1. Time to crystallize depends on your environment. Newly installed It takes one to two weeks and to stabilize;
2. Storm glass reacts to changes in temperature, especially;
3. Where the air conditioner is not exposed to direct, where prone changes in temperature, such as the entrance is
recommended for the installation site;
4. Because there is a risk of fire caused by the lens effect, please do not install the unit in direct sunlight;

origin:
What is a Fitzroy Storm Glass and how does it work? Vice Admiral Robert Fitzroy (1805 – 1865) was the Captain
of the HMS Beagle, which was the boat Darwin took on his famous voyage to the Galapagos Islands. He was also a
pioneer in the field of meteorology and perfected numerous barometers. His “Storm Glass” was so popular, in the 1860’s
it was distributed by the Royal Crown throughout the British Islands. According to Fitzroy’s findings, this glass
barometer forecasts the weather based on changes in the formation of crystals inside the column. If the liquid is clear,
the weather will be bright and clear. If the liquid is cloudy, the weather will be cloudy as well, perhaps with precipitation.
If there are small dots in the liquid, humid or foggy weather should be expected. A cloudy glass with small stars may
indicate thunderstorms. If the liquid contains small stars on sunny winter days, expect snow. If there are large flakes
throughout the liquid, it should be overcast in temperate seasons or snowy in the winter. Crystals at the bottom
indicate frost. Threads near the top mean that it will be windy.

Notice: The Case is Similar to Japanese Storm Glass Only
Size : approx. 80 x 110mm / 3.2 inches*4.3 inches
Materials: borosilicate glass, compound liquid, water, ethanol, natural camphor
Not intended for use as accurate weather forecasting device
Weight : approx. 450 grams (including packaging)