???? Magical storm glass: Liquid from transparent to turbid, to crystal, stylish windproof glass is a new era of natural weather forecast.
✔️ Although it can't be as accurate and reliable as a barometer or actual weather forecast, it has an extremely gorgeous style that can be seen on any scene or table.
❄️ Storm glass may take one to two weeks of crystal stabilization time and adapt to the environment. If you want to see the test results, you can freeze them in the refrigerator for half an hour to an hour to see the effect of the changes.
Made by high borosilicate glass for excellent quality.
Creative droplet design is cool and unique.
Used for weather forecast, can predict sunny, cloudy, fog, storms, snow, etc.
Also can be a stunning decoration on any desk and dining table.
It would be a wonderful gift for your family or friends.
Designed for decoration in the living rooms, bedrooms, kitchen, office, bar, restaurants, hotel.
If the water in the glass is clear, which represents that the weather is sunny.
If the water in the glass is cloudy, then the weather is cloudy.
1 x Droplet Storm Glass Bottle
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2.Due to the manual measurement and different measurement methods, please allow 1-3cm deviation.Thanks!
Desktop Droplet Storm Glass Bottle Weather Forecast Predictor Mo
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