Grande Galileo Thermometer with Multi-Color Glass Globes 38 inch tall. Let the jewel-like sparkle of this sculptural Galileo Thermometer adorn your home while displaying the laws of thermodynamics. Galileo Galilei (1564 - 1642) invented the thermoscope, the world's first instrument indicating changes of temperature. Today, modern science has perfected a 400-year-old principle and created a work of art - the Galileo Thermometer
This 38 inch tall glass cylinder features 11 fluid-filled glass globes which descend as temperature rises, and ascend as temperature falls. Each one represents a 2° Fahrenheit temperature increments. You read the current temperature by looking at the lowest globe of those grouped at the top of the cylinder.
- Temperature Range: 62°F to 82°F
- 2° Fahrenheit Temperature Increments
- Height: 38 in.
- Diameter of Tube: 3.0 in.
- Diameter of Base: 6.5 in.
- Made in Germany