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  • Best practices about repairing a barometer
    on Oct 25, 2009 in Barometer repair
    During this article on how to repair a barometer you’ll learn about best practices when trying to repair a barometer. Depending on the type of barometer certain repairs can be done but the amount of work you can put in is somewhat limited by th...
  • The water barometer
    on Oct 15, 2009 in Default
    The water barometer is the oldest form of barometer and a very basic form of a barometer for that matter. The water barometer was the invention of Goethe and is also known as the Goethe barometer. Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe also known as simply Goeth...
  • How to build a weather glass barometerA weather glass barometer is more of a do-it-yourself project as it requires only basic materials that we can usually find around the house. If you are constructing one of these during a spell of bad weather, you will have to wait until the weather i...
  • Casio Barometer Watch
    on Oct 9, 2009 in Barometer watch
    The Casio Pathfinder barometer is a state of the art piece of technology, combining more than one feature into a surprisingly small device that wraps around your wrist. The Casio barometer combines functions such as: Atomic timekeeping – helps...
  • The Barometer Watch
    on Oct 6, 2009 in Barometer watch
    We already know that a barometer is used to measure the atmospheric pressure and based on those measurements the upcoming weather conditions can be forecast. Usually, low-pressure means cloudy skies and precipitation (snow, rain) whilst high-pressure...
  • The Fishing Barometer explained
    on Oct 5, 2009 in Fishing Barometer
    We’ve already talked about how to read a barometer and interpret it’s measurements; we’ve also discussed about all the possible types of barometers – may it be a mercury, aneroid, digital, pocket or any other type of barometer...
  • Howard Miller Barometer
    on Oct 4, 2009 in Antique Barometer
    Howard Miller is one of the largest and oldest companies that produce quality barometers. The Howard Miller barometer has always been a reliable and useful device to use in even the harshest conditions. The Howard Miller Barometer combines quality wi...
  • The Goethe barometer
    on Sep 30, 2009 in Default
    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (28 August 1749  – 22 March 1832), was a German writer and thanks to that a very influencial person. Goethe’s influence spread across Europe, and for the next century his works were a major source of inspiration in...
  • The Fortin BarometerThe Fortin barometer is a variation of the classic toriccelli barometer working on the same principles as any other barometer but with a different construction. The one most notable difference between the two is that the Fortin barometer has the cist...
  • How to read a barometerThe most important instrument used for weather forecasting is the barometer, but surprisingly only a handful of people know exactly how to read a barometer and interpret its measurings. A barometer does not only  indicate present weather conditions...
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