Tempo Drop The Weather Storm Glass
Storm glass used to be a weather forecast instrument used by navigators in the 19th century. It was made by sealing camphor (camphor tree extract), ethanol, etc. in a glass tube, and it was useful for observing crystals that occur in response to climate change.
It is also installed in the Nautilus issue that appears in Jules Verne's novel "Underwater 20,000 miles". With the subsequent development of science, it turns out that there are many mysteries about the crystallization phenomenon, and the details are still under study.
It is difficult to use as a predictor in contemporary times, but please enjoy "Tempo" as the scenery changes with the seasons.
The appearance of the liquid transforming from clear to cloudy to crystal flakes predict whether the weather will be clear, cloudy, or filled with thunderstorms.
The cool new and modern Storm Glass is a natural way to forecast the weather. The sealed glass container holds a mixture of distilled water, and camphor that changes in appearance based on forthcoming weather conditions.
Makes a great slowlife or executive gift.
Tempo Drop D 115mm x H205 mm
Tempo Drop MINI D 80mm x H110mm
Materials: borosilicate glass, compound liquid, water, ethanol, natural camphor.
The Storm Glass may need one or two weeks for the crystal to stabilize and adapt to the environment. If you want to see the test result, can be placed in the refrigerator frozen half an hour to an hour, take a look at the change effect.