The 8-day key wound movement has an 11 jewel platform escapement. Miller began manufacturing wall and mantel clocks in Michigan. Brass finish porthole design will never tarnish.
Requires 2 AA batteries. Every product manufactured at the company's sprawling facility in Zeeland, Michigan, undergoes stringent tests and exceeds industry standards to ensure a lifetime of enjoyment.
Free Shipping. Quartz, alarm movement includes the battery. The thermometer at the lower portion of the clock displays room temperature in Fahrenheit and Celsius.
Wid 8" Ht: Includes weather trend indicator. Include your complete name, address, telephone number, the model number of the product, and the date and place of purchase. Flanged back provides a mounting methods wall, boat or display as a table clock with our 135SM single wood base in mahogany finish sold separately. Quartz, battery-operated, alarm movement includes one AAA sized battery.
It is 30. MODEL 612-712.
Lifetime warranty on finish and movement and Free Shipping. All instruments carry a limited lifetime warranty and Free Shipping. Finished in Rosewood Hall on select hardwoods and veneers. Directions for Howard Miller Weather instruments Barometer Disregard the words Rain, Change and Fair as these are only traditional zones on a barometer dial. Lifetime warranty and Free Shipping.
Thermometer The mercury type thermometer is fitted with a glass tube exhausted of air.
Polished brass and lacquered gimbaled quartz clock swivels for any viewing angle and can be locked in place. A solid brass catch keeps the box closed for safekeeping.
Thermometer, barometer, and hygrometer. Three brass instruments are mounted on a solid mahogany plaque.
Incomparable workmanship, unsurpassed quality, and a quest for perfection - these were the cornerstones of the company Howard C. If the reading is to the left counterclockwise , you have a falling barometer which usually means a change for the worse. Register for a new account. Model Number Product Price Default. The hands should be set by turning the knob on the back of the movement in the direction of the arrow until the hands indicate actual time.