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Fischer Maritime Barometer Black, 125 mm / 4.9" (Face 85 mm/3.3") - 1508B-06-US

by Fischer
Original price QAR 370,00 - Original price QAR 370,00
Original price
QAR 370,00
QAR 370,00 - QAR 370,00
Current price QAR 370,00
Manufacturer Fischer Made in Germany

Fischer Maritime Barometer Black, 125 mm / 4.9" (Face 85 mm/3.3") - 1508B-06-US

Beautiful, classic barometer for house, garden or office. The barometer with open movement by Fischer of Germany represents high quality made in Germany and shows off with its outstanding design.

The barometer of this special design not only fascinates by its sophisticated and elegant look but also enables you to notice any change in weather. The precise craftsmanship and high-precision instruments allow exact measurement of air pressure so that inclement weather will not be a surprise.

  • Longevity due to high-quality materials
  • High-precision measurement
  • Quality made in Germany by the traditional company Fischer Germany
  • Easy to adjust
  • Splendid craftsmanship
  • Decorative and functional
  • Display in English ("Stormy" / "Change" / "Very Dry")
  • Inner scale: air pressure in hPa
  • Outer scale: air pressure in inch (elevated)!
  • Adjustable reference pointer for tracing changes in pressure
  • Frame: 125 mm or 4.9 inch
  • Open movement: 85 mm or 3.34 inch
  • Depth: 40 mm or  1.57 inch
  • Weight: 137 g
  • Cover made of mineral glass
  • Diamond ground brass
  • Stainless steel with a durable powder-coated finish
  • Only indoors

What does a barometer measure?
A barometer is a device to measure the atmospheric pressure. Atmospheric pressure is measured by deformation of a flat and airless metal box. When the pressure raises the box contracts, when the pressure sinks the box expands. A high-precision measuring unit transfers this movement to a pointer which then displays the air pressure on a scale.
Air pressure and climate
Changes in weather are primarily determined by changes in air pressure. Due to the gravity earth is surrounded by a mantle of air (atmosphere).The static pressure that acts to the surface of the earth is called atmospheric pressure. Slow but steady rise of air pressure gives outlook to a profound and settled improvement in weather. A sharp rise, however, is most of the times accompanied by sharp falls which indicate unsteady changes in weather. This unsteady changes lead often to worsening of the weather.


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