Welsh language Banjo Barometer 640 mm. Gold “open” dial displaying beautiful, precision movement. The Welsh language clearly shown in black lettering, describes the weather conditions to expect. Mahogany finish with brass lacquered bezels and end finial. Makes a very attractive traditional weather station consisting of Barometer, Thermometer & Hygrometer. The Banjo Barometer is eco friendly and needs no battery. Part of the Welsh Heritage Collection.
Barometers make useful gifts for anyone involved in outdoor activities or involved with animal care: farmers, equestrian, golfers, gardeners, walkers.
Barometers read the air pressure of the immediate location where placed. It will advise you of what weather to expect in the next 12 – 24 hours
How to ready your barometer: The gold pointer in the glass should be turned so that it rests directly above the black barometer pointer. The gold pointer acts as a marker enabling you to remember today’s pressure when you next look at your barometer. You can thus see whether the pressure is rising or falling and how significant a rise or fall in pressure has occurred. A rapid increase in pressure indicates a short period of good weather and a fast decrease indicates storms and strong winds approaching.
A slow, constant increase in pressure indicates a period of settled, dry, sunny weather, whereas a steady decrease indicates persistent bad weather.
If the pressure falls considerably below 1000 millibars, you can expect storms and strong winds.
Thermometers and Hygrometers
These instruments on the Banjo Barometer measure the climate in your home. Thermometers measure the temperature and Hygrometers measure the humidity in the air. A comfortable room has a temperature range of 18-22C with a humidity reading of between 45 and 70%