Lily’s Home Desktop Weather Station with Galileo Thermometer and Fitzroy Storm Glass Weather Predictor
Perhaps one of the most dreadful subjects to most of us is science. It can be fascinating, but for a mind that wanders and a body that just wants to get up and have some fun playing, learning about science-y stuff would always take a back seat.
But even after years later, some of us just love science and is fascinated by it even as adults, so much so that some of our childhood friends have graduated to become scientists, inventors, and innovators of every kind.
And since someone close to you who fits this exact description is celebrating a special occasion soon, you want to give them something that they will adore. Not only that, you want to be able to impress them a little bit, considering that they know you are not into that type of stuff.
Because the intellectuals in your life are busy and probably always working, why not give them something they can adorn their desks with?
Detailed information about Lily’s Home Desktop Weather Station with Galileo Thermometer and Fitzroy Storm Glass Weather Predictor
We think they will absolutely love this Desktop Weather Station by Lily’s Home, a cool piece featuring two technologies that can be considered as old as Father Time himself – the Admiral Fitzroy Storm Glass and the Galileo thermometer – but still very useful to this very day.
If the storm glass displays large flaky crystals, you will get cloudy weather; if it displays clear liquid, you get fair weather. We don’t know how it works either, but it does and that is good enough for us.
Super unique desk accessory
There is really no solid explanation as to how the Admiral Fitzroy Storm Glass works, but this particular storm glass has writings on it that will help you figure out what the weather will be.