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Firebox Storm Cloud Weather Predictor

Predict the weather without leaving your room with the Firebox Storm Cloud Weather Predictor. This unique gadget prevents you from getting caught in the rain by letting you know what weather to expect. Instead of using technology, the Storm Cloud Weather Predictor appears to use a bit of magic to make its predictions. The liquid inside the storm cloud indicates what kind of weather will occur. It is full of small little crystals that allow you to imitate what the weather will be like. The Storm Cloud Weather Predictor takes up to a week to adjust before it is useful. After seven days, the storm cloud will show its weather prediction. The glass cloud sits on a wooden base, which looks good on any desk or bedside table.

Firebox Storm Cloud Weather Predictor
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9.5/10
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Mark Myerson
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Features
Crystals inside react to the weather and air pressure
Material
Glass, Wood
Dimensions
12.5 x 2.9 x 10.5 cm
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HiHat

This appears to be a Fitzroy Weather Predictor in a novel form.  Thus -- utterly useless.

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