Time is the one thing that all cyclists want the most. More time to ride your bike, more time shaven off your personal best, even just more time to think, talk and dream about bikes.
Watching the hours tick down until ride 0’clock can be frustrating. Drumming your nails on the desk and staring out of the window waiting for that all important “you-time” to come by. One thing we cyclists have to endure and plan our ride around is the weather, so wouldn’t life be complete if you had a cycling weather clock? We thought so too.
It may look like an elegant and simple wall clock, but you’re merely scratching at the surface. The Bramwell Brown Cycling Weather clock is a reinvention of the traditional barometer, and incorporates beautiful moving art.
The barometer at the core of the clock measures the speed and directional changes in atmospheric pressure, and then mechanically changes the pictures to reflect. The weather forecast varies between ‘Very Dry’, ‘Fair’, ‘Change’, ‘Rain’ and ‘Stormy’ with an appropriate weather scene to illustrate.
Designed and built in the UK, this clock is more than just a pretty timepiece. It’s made with the finest and most accurate components to pop a smile on your face and update you with riding conditions.
The Bramwell Brown Cycling Weather clock is available in two sizes: Large (35cm diameter) and X.Large (53cm diameter). Seeing as this is no ordinary run-of-the-mill wall clock, it does come with a bank busting price tag: the large size will set you back £270, whilst the extra large costs £355. Best get saving!
You can find the Bramwell Brown Cycling Weather Clock available here in both sizes.
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