To know whether it will soon rain or the sun is shining, you need a moisture meter like the well-known weather house.
In this pretty cuckoo clock in chalet style, the weather house is integrated as an outbuilding.
The cuckoo opens the door on the hour, chirps and calls the number of hours with an echo. Then one of the 12 different melodies sounds. On the side is a switch to turn off the music separately or together with the cuckoo. A light sensor automatically turns off the sound in the dark, but the time continues to run. This clock is powered by a quartz movement that requires three 1.5V size C batteries (included).
It is important to hang this cuckoo clock in an airy place, such as near a window. When the weather is nice, the Black Forest woman comes out of the weather house and when the weather is bad, the man comes out.
Made in the Black Forest by Trenkle watches - the epitome of German quality work from the Black Forest. This model is manufactured by Trenkle, a family business in Simonswald that has existed for half a century and whose trademark is to combine proven craftsmanship with the latest technology.